Are there lessons for the United States?
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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.
Multiracialism makes normal government almost impossible.
"Can a republic as fractured and splintered as ours is . . . endure? And for how long?"
"I've tried to reconcile my experiences with prevailing societal orthodoxy, but to no avail."
Oppressive by our very nature.
Then TR, Washington, even Dianne Feinstein! Clearly, no one is safe.
Some things are best learned firsthand.
The power of the word “racist.”
"Silence is not just complicity. It's media malpractice."
It’s just another power grab.
"Are we still the people and country we used to be?"
It will not lead to a "post-racial" society.
"We are two nations, two peoples seemingly separated indefinitely."
"As for racial inequality . . . does anyone believe Joe Biden has the solution?"
To see is not to understand.
The New York Times woefully underestimates the benefits.
The consequences could be death.
"[I]n the clash between nationalism and globalism, globalism has lost America."
"Is there nothing we will not degrade, corrupt, or discard to make minorities look good?"
Populism is the remedy.
"Essentially, the American voting system, thanks to the triumph of left-liberalism, is based on an honor system."
"Demography is still destiny."
The balance of the Senate will be decided by the Peach State.
Somebody should have explained that to Donald Trump.
A rough path to racial consciousness.
"Sorry, but there is no new 'Era of Good Feelings' in store for America. To the contrary."
Ten reasons for hope, even if President Trump lost fair and square.
We need symbols that hold us together.
"No matter what happens on Election Day . . . we are in for a long and wild ride."
"[I]f it cannot — a real possibility — what form will America take as it disintegrates?"
A view from across the Atlantic.
An African view.
What will happen when the truth comes out?
Tale of racially integrated California.
Preserving the founding stock and preserving the environment are twin issues.
How Hispanics and Asians complicate the mix.
Learning the truth the hard way.
"[T]he future for this land of ceaseless collision . . . seems not so bright."
Parents and students at elite school are fighting to preserve it.
On identity and a positive self-conception.
Critical Race Theory is only the beginning.
"The Democrats are out to remake America, and . . . a Democratic sweep remains a real possibility."
"Do Colorado patriots' lives matter?"
Which kind of violence is the greatest threat?
Pushing the Afrikaner to his limits.
And then taking the first flight out.
How she performed in the debate.
Even after they denounce racism.
Stamping out all dissent.
Verbal tricks during the presidential debate.
A collection of essays suggests they cannot.
We have our own demands.
Who will protect the National Parks?
What works for blacks works even better for us.