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August 29, 2016

Jared Taylor live on NPR with Norman Ornstein, Robert P. Jones, and Rosie Gray.

Who Is Pepe, Really?, Daily Caller

Why conservatism failed and “white identity politics” is on the rise.

Dave Weigel dares quote the subjects of Clinton’s speech.

MSNBC reads at length from AR-issued press release.

Tweet analysis “complicates the easy dismissal of alt-righters as disenfranchised, neckbeard teens.”

He’s taken heat for pointing out the obvious about race and crime.

“I am not going to stand up to show pride in a flag for a country that oppresses black people . . . .”

A jailhouse confession sheds light on the nightmarish details.

The beating of a newspaper intern stopped when one attacker said, “Stop! He’s not white! He’s Asian!”

German authorities say Generation Identity’s activities may be “against the free democratic order.”

Sudanese and Afghans battle “all the time” for control of the camp.

August 28, 2016

A White Teacher Speaks Out, AR Classic Article

What is it like to teach black students?

Comments of the Week August 27, 2016

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Our favorite comments this week.


August 26, 2016

A discussion on Sirius XM of race differences, IQ, and white identity.

The Guardian profiles Jared Taylor.

Jared Taylor: “We weren’t counting on Hillary for being so generous in sharing the spotlight with us.”

Dave Weigel and Matthew Continetti discuss the Alt Right.

Jared Taylor on NPR to discuss the Alt Right.

He’s now talking about “touchback” amnesty.

Leftists bemoan the “racist” origins of our National Parks.

23andMe may be less accurate for non-whites.

Court says it “seriously and clearly illegally breached fundamental freedoms.”

Hillary Clinton and the Alt Right

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


Donald Trump and the Demographics of Protest


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


August 25, 2016

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 . . . .”

Trump and the Campaign of Hate


Never have the media so openly paraded their biases.


August 24, 2016

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.