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Some college Republicans are mum about who they support.
The Case for Trump, National Review
He could usher in the most conservative regime “in nearly a century.”
Pat McCrory: Firebombing ‘an Attack on Democracy’, Charlotte Observer
“Nazi Republicans leave town or else.”
Will Illegal Foreign Voters Steal the Election?, Creators Syndicate
Time to make, “American elections American again.”
Mexican Senators Tout ‘Tell Them to Vote’ in U.S. Election, The News (Mexico)
This is to fight the “campaign of hate against Mexicans.”
There may be 47 million whites without a college degree who didn’t vote in 2012.
He’s not a US citizen but voted in three elections, including the presidential primary.
The Wages of Idealism, AR Classic Article
A white woman who wanted to change the world.
Working overtime to swear in as many new “citizen voters” as possible.
Never NeverTrump, National Review
National Review says its favored Republican candidates were “cuckolded.”
An Interview with Decius, American Greatness
The author of “The Flight 93 Election” gets a lot of things right.
White Voters Keep Trump’s Hopes Alive in Must-Win Florida, New York Times
The election will be a racial contest in this key state.
For some books, reviews are much better than the book itself.
The 2016 Election and the End of the Conservative Movement, University of Kansas Press Blog
Trump’s nomination is evidence “that the organized conservative movement has little popular support.”
Demographic change may be outweighed by shifts in support and turnout.
Less educated whites had some of the lowest voting rates in the 2012 election.
NeverTrumps and the End of America as We Know It, American Thinker
The never-Trumpers will do fine while Hillary destroys the country.
If only the similarities were stronger.
The Flight 93 Election, Claremont
“Conservatives” are willing to go down with the plane instead of going for the cockpit.
“Clinton’s favorability among Hispanics fell in August from 71 percent to 55 percent.”
The AfD bested Merkel’s CDU in her home state.
‘Alt-Right’ Movement Makes Mark on US Presidential Election, Financial Times
Jared Taylor: “We are heretics of the state religion, and the state religion is one of relentless egalitarianism.”
Jared Taylor: “We have thoughtful things to say about problems for which the prevailing orthodoxy has no solutions.”
Jared Taylor live on NPR with Norman Ornstein, Robert P. Jones, and Rosie Gray.
Jared Taylor on NPR to discuss the Alt Right.
. . . and American Renaissance.
“I refuse to let the burkini impose itself in French beaches and swimming pools . . . .”
As Trump Tries Minority Outreach, Many Blacks Unconvinced, Associated Press
He asks them, “What the hell do you have to lose?”
Leaked Docs: Soros Aims to Enlarge Electorate by 10 Million Voters by 2018, Washington Free Beacon
Soros has bankrolled voter registration campaigns for non-whites and challenges to voter ID laws.
It’s polling at 10 percent nationally.
The ‘Race Realist’ Theory of How Trump Can Win, Explained, Washington Post
More AR mentions in Washington Post.
‘Racialists’ Are Cheered by Trump’s Latest Strategy, Washington Post
Trump’s new top adviser: “A country is more than an economy.”
Trump Shakes Up Campaign, Demotes Top Adviser, Washington Post
Breitbart’s Steve Bannon will be the chief executive of the Trump campaign.
The White House Task Force on New Americans is encouraging naturalization.
They worry they’ll be accused of discrimination.
Concerted efforts to mobilize Hispanics. Is anyone doing the same for whites?
At press conference for black and Hispanic journalists.
The Establishment takes notice.
“This is not the US Constitution. This is not the US Bill of Rights.”
There are still enough whites to send Trump to the White House.
To Fight Trump, Journalists Have Dispensed with Objectivity, Los Angeles Times
Coverage of the Trump campaign has become “inseparable . . . from attempts to tear it down.”
Dems Fear Secret White Guy Trump Vote, Washington Examiner
Clinton adviser finds some white voters are unwilling to tell pollsters they support Trump.