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"I used to think blacks’ problems could be fixed with education or social programs"
As the man associated with Finland Station asked, “What is to be done?”
Why Macy Gray is right.
"I began to see an unmistakable, dramatic difference between blacks and whites of the same socioeconomic class."
"Is the left itself . . . imperiling the political system at whose altar they worship?"
Three cheers for Facing Reality.
Lauren Witzke is only the most recent victim.
To see why, just look around.
"How long will Sen. Joe Manchin's hour of power last before it, too, passes away?"
"Fact check: The warm, treacly embrace of the dissident is all a big lie."
"Predictably, my parents encouraged their children to go forth and enjoy the multi-racial joys of New York City."
Miscegenation has consequences.
It’s worse than just setting up the next grift.
Post-white America cannot honor its past.
"My hope is that the shining city on a hill will shine again."
"Nobody will utter the words 'anti-white,' or articulate the 'anti-white' essence of Critical Race Theory."
"Indeed, it seems that the country is coming apart."
Eight killed last week near Johannesburg. Foreign media are silent.
Which way, Western man?
"I did not grow up in the middle or upper classes, so I was exposed to the reality of race at a young age."
Do blacks “get out of jail free?”
"Biden's pace car has hit the wall."
"Liberal mayors and urban politicians . . . appear to have caught a wave that is now receding."
"[A]nti-white ideology is not to be conflated, as conservatives habitually do, with Marxist ideology."
Jared Taylor in conversation with Whitney Dow.
"Replacement theory isn't a theory. It's a grim reality."
"Biden is scrambling to keep one foot in every camp in his coalition . . . ."
"[I]f you are going to take on the Silicon Valley overlords and protect free speech, you've got to make them pay."
"Let me say directly to my readers: Avoid Baltimore. Don’t get off I-695 or I-95 into the city."
"We hear our leaders' attacks on America. Where is their defense?"
The 60-year babysitting experiment has failed.
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.