James P. Wickstrom (born 1942) is an American radio talk show host, Christian minister, white supremacist and antisemite who lives in Linwood, Michigan.  He is known for his many strong right-wing opinions; he is intensely anti-communist and denounces those he perceives to be communists, such as Barack Obama (and Nelson Mandela, whose death he rejoiced in 2013, describing him as a "vile black terrorist").  He frequently advocates the mass murder of Jews, non-European Americans, homosexuals, drug addicts and race traitors, in accordance with the Christian Identity movement.

Periodically, Wickstrom has written racially-inspired articles, and has operated as a pastor in Christian Identity organizations. In 1980, Wickstrom ran unsuccessfully in Wisconsin as a Constitution Party of Wisconsin candidate for United States Senator, coming in third with 16,156 votes; and was a Wisconsin representative to the American Independent Party's national committee.[3]  He was the party's nominee for Governor of Wisconsin in 1982, coming in fourth with 7,721 votes; and remained on the national committee.[4]  During this same period, he attracted national attention to the ideology of the Posse Comitatus movement, as an outspoken defender of the rights and concerns of Gordon Kahl, including an appearance on the Phil Donahue Show, in 1985.