Forty Years Since the Soweto Riots

By Dan Roodt

The Truth About the Milwaukee Riots

By Jared Taylor

Into Anacostia, D.C.’s Urban Jungle

By Chris Roberts

Sam Francis on the Roots of Liberal Hegemony

By F. Roger Devlin

What Trump Must Do to Win

By Jared Taylor

August 25, 2016

Hillary Clinton and the Alt Right, AR Commentary by Chris Roberts

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Hillary Clinton tries to tie the “Alt Right” to Donald Trump.

What Donald Trump rallies tell us about America’s future.

These videos help explain.

Paul Gottfried first described the Alternative Right in 2008.

. . . and American Renaissance.

Milo Yiannopoulos and Cathy Young debate the Alt Right on BBC Radio.

“The alt-right is . . . using the language of the Internet far better than anyone else in politics.”

Washington Post’s “guide to the basics.”

Is Donald Trump backing down?

Another “Minnesotan” Somali with ties to ISIS.

Police say vandalism, Sons of Confederate Veterans leaders say desecration.

“I refuse to let the burkini impose itself in French beaches and swimming pools . . . .”

August 24, 2016

Never have the media so openly paraded their biases.

Jared Taylor is interviewed for “Special Report with Bret Baier.”

He asks them, “What the hell do you have to lose?”

Soros has bankrolled voter registration campaigns for non-whites and challenges to voter ID laws.

He hit her head, broke a vertebra, and caused a blood clot that killed her.

Student advisers will provide “good arguments” for students to use against “uneducated people.”

Louisville bureaucrat: “We understand you need to teach these boys a little bit different.”

North America and Europe are particularly vulnerable to “biological pollution.”

It’s polling at 10 percent nationally.

Fifteen French towns have banned burkinis.

Canadian grocer had to pay $21,000 for wrongly accusing a black man of shoplifting.

Conscription was dropped in 2011 but may be brought back because of terrorism.

August 23, 2016

“We intend to call out this ‘alt-right’ shift and the divisive and dystopian vision . . . .”

More AR mentions in Washington Post.

The Guardian gets it (mostly) right.

BuzzFeed claimed he was waffling.

They regularly speak of “white privilege” and “systematic racism.”

One Soros-backed group wants to solve the “persistent problem of the under-representation of Latinos.”

Wasil Farooqui yelled “Allahu akbar” as he knifed a man and woman.

Seven whites were attacked; one was knocked unconscious.

Over the past decade, blacks were suspects in 82 percent of the city’s murders.

Half of those surveyed in 22 countries agree with that claim.

Nelson’s second wife sent a bodyguard posing as a police officer to intimidate the alleged victim.

August 22, 2016

Trump’s new top adviser: “A country is more than an economy.”

Former NYT staffer says the media’s standards and reputation may never recover.

There are special scholarships and services offered only to illegals.

No freedom of speech for “racists.”

They say the NAACP is “one of the most racist groups in America.”

He was on the dole for four years before he caught a flight to Turkey.

There are now more Salvadorans than Mexicans in deportation proceedings.

The Olympian’s fib may not be as egregious as authorities suggest.

Insurance costs more in non-white areas. Industry says race has nothing to do with it.

She’s “Asian,” but police don’t think it’s terrorism.

Mayor of town deliberately created seven jobs for them.

August 21, 2016

Choice data are accumulating in a neglected field.

August 19, 2016

Wall Street Journal takes an honest look at the “youthful, anti-establishment” movement.

He has been doing no better than Romney did.

Whites love to feel good about feeling bad about being white.

Race is real when it explains false diagnoses for blacks.

White rappers now succeeding without support from blacks.

30-year veteran fired after one ill-tempered Facebook message.

An unprovoked attack outside the hotel for her treatment center.

He hit an 85-year-old man in the head and set him on fire.

A previous ban attempt failed because party officials who testified were actually government informants.

“Officers have not confirmed any motive . . . .”

August 18, 2016

On Pat Buchanan, Sam Francis, American Renaissance, and the alt-right.

Ben Shapiro goes hysterical in the Washington Post.

Jonah Goldberg thinks a nation is a territory, not a people.

National Review says whites have legitimate political interests.

It’s been standard since even before America’s founding.

Some profs think students are unqualified and that their complaints are exaggerated.

He’s presiding over the city’s consent decree.

All groups have ancestors from Africa; therefore, there are no differences between groups.

Americans were targeted.

New portraits will reflect Oxford’s “culture of inclusion, equality and tolerance.”

August 17, 2016

He takes aim at Black Lives Matter and says black areas need more policing, not less.

Breitbart’s Steve Bannon will be the chief executive of the Trump campaign.

65 percent of whites would support a hypothetical third party with a BNP-style platform.

CNN can’t handle the truth.

Racism is now seen not as a “systemic” issue but a personal affliction.

“Austria’s Donald Trump” is polling well for the October election.

The attack took place on Near Year’s Day.

Burkinis represent an “archaic vision” that’s “not compatible with the values of France.”

Muslim provocateur Anjem Choudary has finally been busted.

“Foreign men” have high crime rates in Norway.

August 16, 2016

We are moving towards “a broader race war, in which only one side fights.”

Criminal was raising a gun loaded with 23 rounds.

Press pulled out journalists because they were in danger.

Black man stopped to help two blacks pull a car out of a ditch.

They “age more slowly at the molecular level.”

Distributor hesitates to send accused rapist on outreach to churches and campuses.

Vandy will pay $1.2 million for the right to remove the name.

Soros group says European refugee crisis is “the new normal.”

That was what the EU foolishly agreed to.

City will spend $2.2 million to criminalize “trolls” who “target individuals and communities.”