Tag Archives: American History

Free Spirits, AR Classic Article

The “rednecks” who conquered a continent.

Why Affirmative Action for Hispanics and American Indians?

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An example of chance and irrationality in American history.

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‘Hamilton’ as the Ultimate Expression of the System

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The musical’s fans are all incoherent in different ways.

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A racist can’t be trusted, after all.

They know Jefferson owned slaves but not that he was president.

TIME magazine agrees with Hillary Clinton.

“Birth of a Nation” Bombs

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Are whites fed up with white-guilt films?

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War With the Comanche, AR Classic Article

How a proud people were finally defeated.

Find out which areas of your city were “redlined.”

Black Insurrection, AR Classic Article

The plot to exterminate the people of Charleston.

Josiah Tattnall: A White Man’s White Man

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He popularized the phrase “blood is thicker than water.”

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Black professor: ”Nearly everything in the movie . . . is a complete fabrication.”

New museum lauds Anita Hill but not the Supreme Court justice.

Noble Savagery, AR Classic Article

And savage myths.

Stirring Up Black Hatred

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The new “Birth of a Nation” glorifies Nat Turner’s rebellion.

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Warn that blacks in the US face “human rights crisis.”

Seven of the top eight are black.

It’s “a welcome rebuke to the world of white marble monuments to dead white men.”

Trump is just another chapter in the long “History of Nativism in America.”

Liberal takes liberals to task for their “nation of immigrants” mythology.

If only the similarities were stronger.

More goofy white people.

Alan Colmes talks American history, white identity, and the Alt-Right with Jared Taylor.

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

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

‘Hillary’s America’ and ‘Clinton Cash’

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Two documentaries try to explain the Clintons.

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Sam Francis on the Roots of Liberal Hegemony

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His magnum opus finally sees the light.

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Sensible sentiments published in North Carolina newspaper.

African visits America. African says whites are racists.

Why Have We Unlearned What We Knew in 1900?

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An eminent historian’s view.

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Film celebrates the couple whose Supreme Court case overturned laws against mixed marriages.

If she doesn’t it could cost her the election.

White Slavery Denial, Taki's Magazine

White privilege? What about the slavery suffered by whites–in America.

Worshiping the ground blacks walked on.

400,000-square-foot museum opens this September.

Film dramatizes the plaintiffs in Loving v. Virginia.

Museum curator “is in talks with Black Lives Matter” to make this happen.

Is Diversity a Strength for America?

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Remarks at a debate at Kentucky State University.

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School will keep the name to “teach and confront the history of slavery in the U.S.”

He says “maybe we do the $2 bill” for Tubman.

Conservative outrage prompted changes in what would have been an anti-white curriculum.

Show intentionally casts non-whites as America’s founders.

Jason Riley says Black History Month is too “politically useful” to be retired.

Delaware is the eighth state to apologize for slavery.

MTV has curious ideas about the importance of blacks.

Peter Brimelow says the holiday has to go.

Things are not always as they seem.

Blacks want to free themselves from the tyranny of having a police force.

“A Race Man,” First and Last

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Thurgood Marshall’s climb to the Supreme Court.

Review by Raymond Wolters

Woodrow Wilson: Good or Bad for Whites?

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He was sound on race, but some of his policies were doubtful.

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