So much for "mostly peaceful" demonstrations.
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The horror, the horror.
A new book coming soon from American Renaissance.
How big tech is treating Kyle Rittenhouse.
What the media have failed to tell you — since 1990.
Doesn't seem like it.
And I mean “the times” in both senses of the word.
Center for Strategic and International Studies makes headlines with secret data.
For a black sex offender.
As America's population changes, will its politics follow?
A society can’t function in a permanent crisis.
Dishonesty about the riots is as prevalent as the riots themselves.
The Republicans ignore whites.
BLMania's scorched earth.
Welcome to the club.
Vandalize, loot, torch; repeat.
Karma on the court.
. . . because discussing AmRen's cancelation might get you canceled.
The mask won’t stay on for long.
Dissidents and conservatives aren't the only ones in this fight.
A once great city in a once great nation.
Why Laura Loomer’s primary victory matters.
American Renaissance has a better record than much of the mainstream.
Going all the way back to 1994.
What you probably missed.
A “white supremacist.”
Enjoy it and share it — while you can.
Trial by Media.
A slow but steady awakening.
Regional balance is not nearly as important.
He hired incompetent blacks.
Crime is up in the once 100-percent white city.
Another shade of modern.
Why are they so ethnomasochist?
Racial conflict in Bulgaria.
BitChute links are now banned.
Your tax dollars pay for it.
The monumental erasure.
President Trump is a superb debater. Joe Biden is not.
Demography is destiny.
The Confederate capital is now just another black-run city.
A highlight reel.
A salute to the Confederacy.
Photos from a weekend in Portland.
Not all caffeine is equal.
Our inverted world.
Words of caution.
Now you see it, now you don't.
There is no escaping the smear.
National Review sinks even lower.
And blacks now want to take them at their word.
From kindergarten to the Navy.
His remarks about his “canceled” employee were about the best that could be expected.
For all our worldly readers.
A retired San Francisco fireman remembers what it was like.
The usual places have given us the boot.
Reparations, rumors, race wars, and more.
One of the most taboo topics AR covers.
And what should American Renaissance ask them?
Equality is “racism.”
Paul Krugman takes first prize.
But it's fine to be black and proud.
The Grim Reaper could be coming.
Major purge also strikes other channels.
From H.G. Wells to Katharine Gerould.
Recommendations for racially conscious cinephiles.
Heroes of our race.
Black fragility in action.
It’s unrequited love.
Could it be at hand?
It took 15 FBI agents to confirm what we already suspected.
Will there be a Black House Autonomous Zone?
Incisive or irrelevant?
Shopping is a form of politics.