Tag Archives: Race and Politics

There may be 47 million whites without a college degree who didn’t vote in 2012.

The Daily Caller publishes an Alt-Righter explaining our perspective.

38 percent say increasing racial diversity is “harmful because some people feel like they no longer belong.”

All Americans Are Racist, but Trump Supporters are the Most Racist

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Jared Taylor and Paul Kersey discuss new polls of the racial attitudes of Trump and Clinton supporters.


An Interview with Decius, American Greatness

The author of “The Flight 93 Election” gets a lot of things right.

The election will be a racial contest in this key state.

Don’t Write Off the Liberals, AR Classic Article

A real racial movement cannot be exclusively conservative.

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.

Obscuring the True Sam Francis


He was first and foremost a racially-conscious white man.


“Fashionable hate is still hate, and it is ripping our nation apart.”

Congressional candidate sounds like Donald Trump.

What Is the Alt Right?, National Policy Institute

AmRen will join a press conference Friday on the subject.


Salon compares Alt Right to both Nazis and someone called “Malcom X.”

“Clinton’s favorability among Hispanics fell in August from 71 percent to 55 percent.”

“Racist” has lost its sting at a time when lefties need it most.

Understanding the Trump Phenomenon


Why “racism” is The Donald’s most salient feature.


More advice: “Lead from behind.”

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.”

Some Asians want statistics on Hmong, Samoans, etc. Others would rather not know.

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.

Dave Weigel and Matthew Continetti discuss the Alt Right.

Hillary Clinton and the Alt Right


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


. . . and American Renaissance.

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

Is Donald Trump backing down?

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.

More AR mentions in Washington Post.

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

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

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

He has been doing no better than Romney did.

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.

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

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

“I think the burden is on those of us who are in the majority–Caucasians.”

Concerted efforts to mobilize Hispanics. Is anyone doing the same for whites?

The Establishment takes notice.

ANC politicians are promising to steal from whites to win back black voters.

He reminds the National Urban League that he apologized for slavery as Virginia governor.

There are still enough whites to send Trump to the White House.

Young blacks and Hispanics “are made to feel like their lives are disposable.”

AR Conference attendees tell their stories.

What Trump Must Do to Win


He must concentrate on the white vote.