Tag Archives: Race and Politics

One flier says voting is the only thing that can “prevent another Ferguson.”

They also pay less attention to public affairs.

Hispanics say, “We won’t take any more excuses.”

He’s the first white head of state in Africa since F.W. de Klerk.

Why Republicans Are Worthless


Politics is more than economics.


The 2014 Race Card, Wall Street Journal

“Hope and change” have long been forgotten.

Data suggest they might.

Why Do We Vote as We Do?


“Conservative” and “liberal” explain very little.

Review by Thomas Jackson

Blacks support him more than Hispanics do.

Central Florida used to be solidly Republican.

Whites are twice as likely as blacks to say they own guns.

The campaign is sponsored by the US Chamber of Commerce.

He agonizes over “white privilege” and his “proclivity for dominance.”

“Does a councilperson have to be black to represent black voters?”

“When our party looks like America . . . we’re going to win again.”

This is true for Hispanics and Asians.

Russell Pierce had proposed Norplant for Medicaid recipients.

Guarantees executive amnesty before year’s end.

Democrats are running fewer non-whites than Republicans.

Can’t have “old white guys” passing the laws.

“I am also a black man.”

Liberals choose more feminine names for their sons.

Regulations will especially benefit blacks.

Greatest Comeback: Nixon, Buchanan, and George Wallace


An insider’s look at the 1968 presidential campaign.

Review by Jared Taylor

“When immigrants are Hispanic, white Americans worry a lot more.”

After a $25 million present to the United Negro College Fund.

And warns that a wave of “brown power” is coming.

Mo Brooks Is Right: There Is a War on Whites


And the stakes are higher than he realizes.


Rep. Mo Brooks hopes we can get beyond race.

Columnist says “disassociation of whiteness and American-ness” is “the key to our survival.”

Accuses Democrats of saying whites “hate everybody else.”

“Conservatism” takes on a whole new dimension.

Is Rand Paul playing to blacks or to other Republicans?

For some Minneapolis voters, what matters is that “He’s Somali. He’s a Muslim.”

They’re stoking fears of voter suppression to boost turnout.

Did Republicans pay for ads calling tea party activists “racist?”

Party and former candidate will appeal.

He says we’re still a “nation of cowards.”

It doesn’t appeal to working-class whites.

Republicans not allowed, even if they are Hispanic.

GOP stands for gringos y otros pendejos.”

Congress celebrates 50 years of civil rights.

Changing demographics may bring an end to an era.

Using their growing numbers to promote their interests.

America in 2034


Local communities are finding their own way.


The senator holds out hope against all evidence.

Rename Washington


The nation’s capital is no longer worthy of the name.


Minority whites are now the swing voters who must be courted.

Senate candidate suggested whites are North Carolina’s “traditional” population.

America in 2034


More of the same.