Archive: Joseph Kay

Trump the Redeemer

A Trump administration could be like the end of Reconstruction.

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The Blackening of Yale

School’s president sets it on the path to Detroit.

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Black Professors Gone Wild

Diversity is its own worst enemy.

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The Power of White Racism

It’s like magic!

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The Hidden Benefits of Diversity in Higher Education

One is the opportunity for cloistered whites to meet real-world blacks.

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The New Newspeak

The insidious language of the Left.

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America in 2034

The triumph of the boring.

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PC Today, PC Tomorrow, PC Forever

With a reply by Jared Taylor.

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Eric Holder and School Discipline

A reply to Jared Taylor.

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The Rationality of Firing John Derbyshire

Excess truth-telling must be stamped out.

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The Battle over Photo IDs for Voters

Why are blacks so opposed to them?

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Grappling with the Black Underclass: Plan B

Congress should pass a “2012 Urban Relocation and Development Act.”

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The Social Suppression of Race Realism

Ben Franklin’s advice on how to fight back.

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‘Arbitrary Barriers’ and Merit

Why blacks do not understand the nature of racial preferences.

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Restoring Sanity in Education

A workable solution to the “gaps” problem.

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Escaping the Tar Pits of Racism

A Joseph Kay essay with a reply from Jared Taylor.

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The Black Underclass

Yo, poor blacks hurt America jus’ like Orenthawl James.

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Black Poverty

Crying for help on the newest Blackberry.

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The Brown Dog

What is your “default” society?

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Are Flash Mobs Abrogating the Treaty?

Young blacks may be changing the rules that have been in place since the ’60s.

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