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And the jury convicted.
The charges and verdict.
White sergeant learns he can’t challenge black marauders.
Closing arguments. Mr. Chauvin’s fate is now in the hands of the jury.
Derek Chauvin takes the fifth; near-miss on a mistrial; both sides rest.
Defense witness on cause of death holds up well.
The case for the defense begins and a key witness falls apart.
"[T]he . . . rights to an impartial jury, fair trial and due process have all gone up in choking flames."
The prosecution wraps up its case.
Doctors weigh in.
"The discovery of my identity allowed me to come into my own as a man."
The prosecution gets to the heart of the case: how Floyd died.
More details about the arrest and evidence from the vehicles.
Prosecution witnesses score points for the defense.
"Untold thousands of nationalists have been deplatformed . . . while cartels and coyotes exploit the internet."
The ER doc and the police chief testify.
Powerful testimony against Derek Chauvin.
Testimony from Floyd's girlfriend, the paramedics at the scene, and Mr. Chauvin's sergeant.
Footage from inside Cup Foods is shown for the first time.
Testimony from people who saw George Floyd die.
Here we go.
We have no obligation to save the Regime from itself.
"The events of last year gave me the final push into being firmly and unabashedly pro-white."
Hysterical media denials change nothing.
"[O]ver the months, new facts and factors have emerged."
A French official’s proposal is a good idea.
How Tucker could have crushed his Dr. Seuss segment.
Meghan Markle might do what Napoleon couldn't.
"One wonders: Is this how the Republic ends?"
Hollywood glorifies black radicalism and cop murder.
There are Nazis everywhere.
The government is criminalizing European self-defense and opposition to immigration.
"I saw more fights in ten weeks of boot camp than I had in 18 years of my civilian life."
"He brought a new and unique agenda to the GOP."
Conservatives keep falling in traps no one actually set for them.
"Blaming whitey may get you a few virtue-signaling points, but at what price in blood?"
Reflections on a changing Anglosphere.
What Rush meant to me — and for us.
"[I]t is not always clear what the country believes to be the purpose of prison."
No. He insulted us.
"The succession struggle in the GOP is now underway."
The STEM fields aren't as immune from multicultural mush as you think.
The case of Alexei Navalny.
An interview with Lipton Matthews.
"[A]rbiter of civility and keeper of social order" she is not.
"[T]he media are the self-anointed judges."
"My awakening started with the words of a black man I knew back during my days living in Los Angeles."
A modest proposal.
"The vast majority of criminals who rob, rape, shoot and kill Americans . . . never wore MAGA hats."
It’s up to us.
"Ideas have consequences. So do lies."
Unity? Not for us.
Are there lessons for the United States?
A victim of mandatory school busing looks back nearly 50 years.
"Joe Biden's inaugural was the most confusing, contradictory and incoherent ever delivered . . . ."
It was worse than you thought.
"It's as pernicious a trend as any that we as whites face."
A new era of censorship has arrived.
"Calling Trump names will no longer cut it."
"No need for a trial where both sides can be heard. . . . Just declare him guilty and hang him."
"We are 74 million strong."
"There simply cannot be peace and civil order in such a dysfunctional country of double standards and stifled dissent."
And his supporters.
Her new video about black crime.
And how to achieve it.
Killed by the country she served.
And when it doesn’t.
A candidate for Senate is held to a lower standard than ordinary Americans.
America’s largest “conservative” denomination truckles to blacks.
Cold water on a hot topic
Our job is to change the system, not save it from itself.
Are David Purdue and Kelly Loeffler the best the GOP could muster?
"The wish, here, is very much the father to the thought."
The end of a middle-class paradise.