Jared Taylor is quoted at length.
Tag Archives: Race and Politics
White Nationalist Supporters Are Undeterred by Trump’s Iowa Caucus Loss, Talking Points Memo
How Both Parties Lost the White Middle Class, New York Times
Author says the rift was caused by intra-racial–not interracial–concerns.
A few Republicans are actually beginning to understand Trump.
“We have to have a bigger, better, bolder party–and that means a more diverse party.”
28-year-old “member of alt right” explains Trump’s appeal.
Yes, Latinos Are Rising, but So Are Latino Nonvoters, New York Times
“The number of [Hispanics] who could vote [is] growing at a faster pace than those who do vote.”
Demographics and the 2016 Election Scenarios, Real Clear Politics
Tool lets you tweak voter turnout and racial vote shares to see who would win in 2016.
America’s Persistent White Majority, National Review
National Review: Demographics aren’t as bad as they seem because some non-whites identify as white.
The Spanish version promised amnesty.
The Washington Post discusses the Sailer Strategy.
Hillary Clinton’s Tone-Deaf Racial Pandering, Daily Beast
Clinton’s phoniness could backfire on her.
Hillary Clinton Is ‘Not My Abuela,’ Critics Say, New York Times
Hispanics didn’t take well to Mrs. Clinton’s pandering.
Republicans Need to Treat Race Like Faith, The Federalist
Columnist says Republicans should acknowledge racial identity.
“It’s not comfortable for us to do this, to call out members of our own community . . . .”
Hispanic Activists Vow to Flood Voter Rolls, Washington Times
They want to register one million new Hispanic voters to punish Republicans.
The city has taken so many African refugees it now has a “Little Mogadishu.”
There’s a big push to get green card holders to naturalize.
A Return to the Paranoid Style in African-American Politics, National Review
Blacks are particularly gripped by political myths.
Rand Paul Wants GOP to Join Black Lives Matter Town Hall, Huffington Post
“They are drawing attention to issues that need to be drawn to.”
Hispanic Republicans Vow Boycott If Donald Trump Wins Nomination, Washington Times
Hispanics say they will write off any candidate who doesn’t support amnesty.
A Whiter Shade of Candidate, Slate Star Codex
Media fail to notice Bernie Sanders’ monochromatic support.
Black activists want a full presidential debate on Black Lives Matter.
Finds no similar backlash to Asian immigration.
Civil-Rights Republicanism, National Review
National Review thinks Republicans can win black votes by promoting “civil rights.”
The NRA Will Fall. It’s Inevitable., Washington Post
As the white population declines, so too will gun rights.
LA mayor’s attempt to pander ends in chaos.
The Return of the Middle American Radical, National Journal
Trump’s supporters look a lot like those of Pat Buchanan, Ross Perot, and George Wallace.
White Supremacists Are Glad Boehner’s Leaving, Daily Beast
Boehner flouted white interests.
NBC in contortions to call Trump a “racist.”
Campaign could add “millions” to the electorate before the November elections.
A fitting reply.
Donald Trump Doesn’t Need Latino Voters to Win, Washington Post
Policies that drive away Hispanics could attract blacks.
Conservatives are rejecting their Trump-supporting, pro-white constituents.
By attacking Democrats, it could depress black voter turnout.
Mexico bans immigrants who upset “the equilibrium of the national demographics.”
A White Separatist’s Anti-Immigration Stance, Chicago Tribune
Chicago Tribune interviews Richard Spencer.
Even Jeb is a nasty racist.
Republicans Chasing an Hispanic Unicorn, Breitbart
Even arch-panderers Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio poll low with Hispanics.
For Hispanic Conservatives, Alarm over Immigration Debate, Wall Street Journal
Hispanics think their interests are sacred.
Poll: Trump Closing in on Clinton, The Hill
55 percent of whites would vote for The Donald over Hillary.
Old white racists cannot be Democratic symbols.
From the Right, a New Slur for G.O.P. Candidates, New York Times
The Times discovers “cuckservative.”
Which candidate will be next?
Says he might have fought them off personally.
Says “no one will fight harder to end institutional racism.”