"The spirit that produced the war in the 1860s, and lasting division in the 1960s, is abroad again."
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Thomas Malthus is our best guide for the 21st century.
Could it be a watershed?
"Without radical change, the system is doomed to become a global slum, a planet-wide favela."
It is a question of will.
There must be a rekindling of the European spirit.
Sobering precedents from the animal kingdom.
We can see the future in today’s Africa.
Two conferences that are signs of progress.
Women must use their traditional strengths in new ways.
Sunday's elections saw decisive gains for the Right in Austria.
And it will crush Eminem and his corporate "homies."
That would be the last time I retreated.
"Trump has . . . decided to defend the ground on which his most loyal folks stand."
Unsung valor in the face of crisis.
The problem is not angry white men.
Not Donald Trump.
The unity following the Las Vegas massacre will be short-lived.
What does it mean for the future of Europe?
A Nigerian warns the West.
A defense of colonialism.
Tribalism — and vanity too.
A report from an Atlanta slum.
Or might America lose interest in football?
Other parties will try to freeze them out. AfD will use guerrilla tactics to remain relevant.
A land where criminals outgun cops.
Full-throated nationalism is winning out over snarky centrism.
Not white Christians, that's for sure.
A biracial race-realist wants an end to hypodescent.
There's one rule: Don't mention race.
With speeches from Richard Spencer, Jared Taylor, RamZPaul, and more.
Remember what happened to Bush in '92 . . .
Unless the perps are white.
And President Bush's "New World Order" is fading away.
It doesn’t have to be national suicide.
A response to calls for the IRS to revoke tax-empt status from dissident organizations.
Black killer, white victims.
Remembering the politicians who thought Lincoln never went far enough.
Maybe humor will shame the commissars.
Diversity and tokenism in Poland’s media.
Big Brother quarantines my video.
We can fight back against corporate censorship.
What came before Black Lives Matter.
Pat Buchanan doesn't have an answer.
An American expat learns about Islam the hard way.
Peter Brimelow's full speech from the 2017 AmRen conference.
Elites know they themselves won't be hurt by the policies they promote.
Malice, incompetence, image?
Pick a side.
Your disavowals won't save you.
Violence reigned as police stood down.
"Are we building our utopia on a sandpile of ideology and hope?"
Anarcho-tyranny is here. How will we respond?
Press and politicians are blind to the truth.
The more clear a pattern, the less our rulers are willing to face it.
John Derbyshire's talk at the 2017 American Renaissance conference.
As John Adams said, "Democracy never lasts long."
Anybody still want open borders?
And the legality of how they did it is dubious at best.
Libertarianism won't defend us against the assaults on race, culture, sex, or religion.
Why are whites in demographic decline?
Black behavior does not change.
In the fights ahead, he will need all the allies he has — especially Jeff Sessions.
Scenes from the "refugee" crisis.
Just look at the headlines of any major newspaper and you'll find plenty.
Hypocrisy at the New York Times.
And why you shouldn't either.
They need to grow up.
With a pause as a conservative.
What good can come of a divided West?
Perhaps no other part of history is more muddled.
Liberated from Leninism, Russia returns to the old faith, as Germany returns to Weimar.
Why we must talk openly about racial differences.
. . . probably not.
"Like it or not, Thomas Jefferson . . . was sired and inspired by the Anglo-Saxon tradition."