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Every country must invent a shameful past.
A sin only for whites.
But it may cut race preferences in corporate hiring.
On-again, off-again censorship.
Racial differences in a pediatric ward.
Don’t underestimate what we face.
“This is my idea of hell.”
Strange folkways within our borders.
The birth of one nation and the death of another.
Law enforcement or pure politics?
What I see every day.
You see many things on the road.
Mark your calendars for August 11–13.
Why doesn’t the George Soros standard apply to Amy Wax and other Jews?
And in St. Louis.
Everything is racist.
The travails of a white teacher.
Even diversity promoters may secretly prefer whites.
"Maybe he just doesn't like white people."
It depends on who lost.
"It was so bad that I just stopped attending."
Yes, it’s a religion.
A letter from Clarksdale, Mississippi.
Imagine what else journalists are trying to get away with.
"[O]ne day, Baltimore started running buses to Towson . . . "
The last civilized man?
Pop-culture recruitment is a fiasco.
The new face of race preferences.
A white man's lament.
"[T]he police said 'these things happen.'"
The contradictions of racial orthodoxy.
They wanted my life.
So why do they get to police what people say?
A gift from Scott Adams.
Pity the lion.
A pattern emerges.
The month we used to call February.
All the difference in the world.
Another casualty in the quest for equality.
One white girl's story.
Powerful people don’t like free speech.
The story of an unlucky white.
A sorry excuse.
Your phone is tracking you.
He thinks the First Amendment shouldn't apply to "hate speech."
Not the President.
Inspiration from the 16th century.
Any natural disaster will do.
The tale of a good Samaritan.
Your tax dollars at work.
An encounter with "the Junior Boys."
The story of a very bad first date.
More wisdom from higher education.
"Diversity" in full bloom.
The latest phony scandal in once-Great Britain.
The state of Broward County Schools.
White woman intervenes.
Love may not conquer all.
A cautionary tale of miscegenation.
"Blacks themselves taught me to not trust nor congregate with them."
A story of white solidarity.
The people make the place.
A letter from Bayside High School.
A view from the big house.
A lover of French cuisine hates the race that produced it.
Care to guess?
After many crazy antics, Darrell Brooks speaks “from the heart” and is found guilty on all counts.
A white student tells all.
Darrell Brooks finally makes his opening statement.
A white man made Darrell Brooks a sandwich.