April 16, 2018 - Philadelphia, PA, United States - Protesters gather on April 16, 2018 for ongoing protest at the Starbucks location in Center City Philadelphia, PA where days earlier two black men were arrested. Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson apologized publicly after the arrest prompted controversy after video of the incident became viral. (Credit Image: © Bastiaan Slabbers/NurPhoto via ZUMA Press)

You Got Raced

By Gregory Hood
George E.C. Hayes, left, Thurgood Marshall, center, and James M. Nabrit join hands as they pose outside the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington, D.C., May 17, 1954.  The three lawyers led the fight for abolition of segregation in public schools before the Supreme Court, which ruled today that segregation is unconstitutional.  (AP Photo)

The Truth About Brown v. Board of Education

By Jared Taylor

The Color of Gun Crime in America’s Big Cities

By Paul Kersey

Married to a Muslim

By Yaroslav Lavrentievich Podvolotskiy

Students Should Protest About What Really Matters

By Winston Taney

April 26, 2018

ICE may not make arrests at N.Y. state prisons or jails.

If it’s a “Muslim ban,” it’s “the most ineffective ban one could imagine.”

The “bed rate” alone is $127.82 per day.

Racially motivated “white flight” is more prevalent in middle-class neighborhoods than in poorer ones.

NYC’s most desirable middle schools need more low-achieving black students.

Young blacks’ premature deaths are often due to homicide.

Mass sacrifice of children in Peru between 1400 and 1450.

Systemic fraud is routinely ignored.

It’s white people’s privilege to believe black people’s accounts of being discrimination against.

The humanities “perpetuate white supremacy.”

Migrants with less of a chance of asylum have “nothing to lose.”

April 25, 2018

The Media Wasteland, Commentary by Chris Roberts


More than ever, we need our own institutions.

Justice Kennedy appears to be siding with the conservatives on the Court.

Border Patrol reports that so far there have been no attempts at illegal crossing.

He wants to see more Indian and South Asian writers, but not in a “token way.”

Students don’t believe the administration’s diversity and inclusiveness statements are sincere.

Government can’t phase out the program because its reasoning is “capricious.”

The “travel ban” is the first Trump policy to undergo full review by the Court.

Education secretary still hasn’t made up her mind about rescinding Obama rules on discipline.

An argument for staying in the EU?

The Turkish government wants them out.

April 24, 2018

Donations and a booming stock market help it prepare for a rainy day.

About 130 to reach Mexicali today, with hundreds more to follow.

Company has to “change their culture as it relates to racial insensitivity, diversity, and inclusion.”

His slogan: “Only a REAL INDIAN Can Defeat the Fake Indian.”

Among her many lapses of judicial decorum: she violated the terms of her probation.

Members are angry that their dues are supporting a government agency’s left-wing agenda.

The NAACP thinks getting more blacks on the police force will help.

Ending the rule created by the Obama administration will affect 70,000 H-4 visa holders.

Diversity prevents consensus.

Germany can’t deport him, so they pay him.

April 23, 2018

So why even try?

LA sets aside $500,000 for people to talk about race over a free dinner.

He also wants Georgia, Alabama, and South Carolina.

Many said the bill was too weak and that immigration will just get worse.

“Family reunification” is bringing polygamy to European countries.

Columnist says St. George is a symbol of xenophobia and racism.

Martin Luther King’s “penchant for plagiarism” is worse than was previously known.

The black kids played the slaves in the reenactment.

Killer has a long rap sheet.

She was going through a “hard time” in her life.

White identity is now “neo-Nazi.”

Former black slaves living in India. Many work as servants or musicians.

April 22, 2018

Garrett Hardin tackles questions most choose to ignore.

April 21, 2018

Our favorite comments from last week.

April 20, 2018

“[Hungarians] don’t want to become a minority in their own country.”

Black students are disciplined more often because they misbehave more often.

Chinese-Americans want a system based on merit, not victimhood.

Blacks should have been winning prestigious prizes all along.

Canadians “perpetually fail” to do so.

DA’s office cannot say why the perp did not have to surrender his passport.

Prophetic speech was delivered 50 years ago today.

Company is “exploring potential training content.”

Apologizes “for all the things that the police have done dating back 200 years.”

It’s part of the “Way to Win: 2022 Victory Party.”

About 90 of them were released in California.

Britain will give £50 million “to support South Africa’s transformation.”

A German “human rights organization” says that isn’t enough.

April 19, 2018

The company must appease blacks while remaining a “white space.”

Lickspittle company sets new low for white capitulation.

“America doesn’t need more people; it needs to allow its own people to recover.”

“Victims” were behaving like louts.

Black chief previously defended the officers.

Group’s eastern European operations are moving to Berlin.

Ornamental mace symbolizes the authority of the legislature.

Family wants “a royal commission on the elimination of racism in the justice system.”

More than half of them live in California, Texas, New York, and Florida.

Speaker Ryan wants to pass a bill only if a majority of Republicans back it.

Perps were about to skip to their “native El Salvador.”

She was nominated by President Trump.

They think it will prove that there is discrimination against blacks in the schools.

April 18, 2018

The 2018 AmRen conference is just one week away.

Black law students demand “accountability.”

Google and its management “fetishize” diversity.

Another word that white people aren’t allowed to use.

The first Pulitzer ever awarded to a pop musician is just not enough.

Working with conservative students was making a philosophy professor “miserable.”

30-year-old gym teacher challenged a 12-year-old student to a fight.

Supporters say they have the votes to pass a DACA amnesty.

They say that DACA is not a compaign issue; it’s an “avoidable crisis.”

White guilt gone wild.

Selling parks to a non-profit that removed the statues has cost Memphis $250,000.

Dallas Morning News will no longer publish her articles.

Her fake husband tried to bring in his real wife.

April 17, 2018

Blacks I Have Known and Liked, Commentary by Hubert Collins


Yes, there have been a few.

Eric Holder and the NAACP will help design the training program.

“Eric Holder waged an anti-police campaign that he believed in.”

His argument appears in an academic journal.

NYT says ANC has “siphoned off” tens of billions of dollars.

“In a democratic society everyone should be entitled to participate and feel safe,” says pro-immigration MP.

London is second only to Bangladesh in acid attacks.

Starbuck’s will add “training” for store managers to deal with “unconcious bias.”

“Youths” are mad that police checked the identity of a veiled woman.

Mixed-race families claim miscegenation proves Powell was wrong.

Kyoto Seika University has begun to “embrace diversity.”

She says the country should focus on high-skilled labor immigration.

April 16, 2018

The South Africa native claims America is “racist.”

A report from Sweden.

At least a dozen local governments have already joined DOJ’s lawsuit against California.

The city needs to “develop and implement an equity action plan.”

He says students “want my scalp in order to say conservatives, shut the hell up.”

Sikh election brings out the daggers.

Hindus say suspects cannot get a fair trial because some police on the case are Muslims.

Britain has its own “Dreamer” problem.

Protesters demand that the manager be fired.

Museum will use the funds to buy paintings that “reflect the population” of Baltimore.

“Social unrest, with car torchings, attacks on first responders and even riots, is a recurring phenomenon.”

Students pressured the university to remove the distinction.