. . . “to change the dialogue in this country.”
Tag Archives: Race and Politics
Millennials in Adulthood, Pew Social Trends
They are more “diverse” than older generations, and have less social trust.
The only real man at CPAC was a woman.
Richard Spencer says “We used to think of ourselves as an extended family and a nation.”
And they fear big government.
“Amnesty is suicide for the conservative movement and the Republican party.”
Says black Alabama state rep.
He will replace Tom Watson. Vote was 173-3.
Democrats Try Wooing Ones Who Got Away: White Men, New York Times
. . . but have as much success as Republicans who court non-whites.
Without More Ethnic Minority Votes, Can the Conservatives Ever Win Again?, Telegraph (London)
Are Tories as stupid as Republicans?
The Future of the (Scared, White) GOP, Huffington Post
Dispossession can increase white racial consciousness.
He hosted a Spanish-language town-hall meeting with Hispanics.
He says talking about civil liberties–not taxes–will help bring more non-whites to the party.
Ann Coulter: “At the current rate of immigration, [America] won’t exist anymore.”
The Liberal Newcomers, National Review
Phyllis Schlafly says Republicans must reduce all immigration to remain viable nationally.
Cedar-Riverside Caucus Draws Raucous Crowds, Minnesota Daily
Somali immigrants riot at a political meeting in Minnesota.
21% Think Federal Government Has Consent of the Governed, Rasmussen Reports
Up from an all-time low of 17 percent.
Thomas Sowell says the “immigration reform” debate is like something from “Alice in Wonderland.”
New report says even at current immigration rates, the GOP will be doomed in a decade.
57 percent of non-whites think the country is doing well. Only 33 percent of whites do.
Anti-apartheid activist will be the presidential candidate for the leading opposition party.
He says “Our current immigration laws are national suicide.” We agree.
Group dedicated to making Hispanics Republican also pushes amnesty.
Maria Conchita Alonso is in favor of immigration control.
MP: “Is anyone speaking up for the white working class?”
The Agony of Frank Luntz, The Atlantic
Has a leading GOP strategist realized the party’s demographic fate?
He says opposing in-state tuition for illegals would be “cold-hearted.”
Listen to Pandora, and It Listens Back, New York Times
Stereotyping–for marketing purposes only.
How Bad Is White Nationalism?, Library of Economics and Liberty
Muddled thinking but interesting nevertheless.
Taking Office, de Blasio Vows to Fix Inequity, New York Times
An inauguration dripping with lefty nonsense.
Salon editor says 2013 was the year of “white grievance mongering.”
Paul Ryan Finds God, BuzzFeed
In the lead-up to the presidential election, he wanted to focus on non-whites.
GOP operatives told to go where “you’re not comfortable” to get votes.
“Today’s opening of this office is the beginning of a new Republican Party.”
Paul wants to make Detroit an “economic freedom zone.”
Democrats giving advice to Republicans.
Honoring Nelson Mandela, Huffington Post
George H.W. Bush praises Mandela’s “moral leadership, courage, and vision.”
Eye on 2016, Clintons Rebuild Bond with Blacks, New York Times
Bill Clinton on Obama in 2008: “A few years ago, this guy would have been carrying our bags.”
Chris Christie won a majority of New Jersey Hispanics–only 14 percent of whom are Mexican.
Common sense is immediately denounced.
Rand Paul to Open African American Engagement Office in Detroit, Washington Examiner
He wants blacks to share “the values of limited government, and more freedom.”
Immigration Shifts Political Power, Center for Immigration Studies
Congressional districts and the electoral college count people–including illegals–not citizens.
Christie Says GOP Must Reach Out, Wall Street Journal
New Jersey governor won 21 percent of the black vote and a slight majority of the Hispanic vote.
Paul Ryan to Republicans: ‘Go into Inner Cities, Go into Minority Communities’, Des Moines Register
Pro-amnesty Republican thinks his party can win over non-whites.
Poll Shows Republicans Losing Ethnicity, Age Battle in California, Los Angeles Times
California points the way to the future.
Latinos, Whites Split on Immigrant Laws Ok’d by Brown, Los Angeles Times
But not by as much as you might expect.
“The man with the black wife” got 96 percent of the black vote.