Archive: Hubert Collins

Sam Dickson in His Own Words

A veteran activist reflects on a life of devotion to a cause.

Interviewed by Hubert Collins

Dear Bret Stephens: Why Not Treat America as Well as Israel?

Hypocrisy at the New York Times.

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How one white liberal created the environment for her own fall from grace.

Why the Left Wants a Non-White America

Less white means more left.

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The Delusion of Black Separatism

Fresh insights from 45 years ago.

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Hispanics Stick Together; Whites Attack Their Own

How elites explain voting behavior.

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What They Really Think of Us

Leftists on immigration, refugees, and the election.

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Conservatism Devours Itself

The Buckley movement betrayed both itself and the country.

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Our Next VP?

What you need to know about Julian Castro.

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The White Choice for Gift-Giving

This Christmas, fight back with your wallet.

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Woodrow Wilson: Good or Bad for Whites?

He was sound on race, but some of his policies were doubtful.

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The Ben Carson Money Machine

Making millions from white guilt.

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Why I’m a Race Realist

Safety, fear, and racial consciousness.

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Fighting the Mexican Drug Lords–in Brown and White

A review of the documentary film Cartel Land.

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Why Go to CPAC?

For the parties, not the speakers.

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The Left Contradicts Itself on Race

Its absurd positions cannot be reconciled.

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The Decline of Western Man (and Woman)

A conversation with F. Roger Devlin.

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