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The fate of the West may be at stake.
Arthur Jensen was a giant in his field.
They’ll live in a country where the dominant party despises them and the other ignores them.
A tribute to Philippe Rushton.
New book is a must-read for race realists.
A great scientist leaves us far too soon.
Starbucks would be a good start.
Discrimination case against Fairfax County is the usual nuttiness.
Jared Taylor responds to John Derbyshire.
Review of the film Prometheus.
A hilarious look at the grim reality of Detroit.
The media loved him for all the wrong reasons.
A reply to Jared Taylor.
Feeding the beast only makes it stronger and more arrogant.
His thoughts after the blade.
Excess truth-telling must be stamped out.
. . . and gets the prize for lazy journalism.
There is nothing hypocrites hate more than men who live by their convictions.
A weekend of fellowship and inspiration.
Congressional pressure forced the company to make racial set-asides.
The Supreme Court could undo decades of mischief.
Is Jeremy Lin basketball’s Tim Tebow?
The news analyst finds racism around every corner.
The racial elephant the media ignore.
The firing of Leif Parsell.
Hints of white racial identity must be suppressed.
Ben Franklin’s advice on how to fight back.
Will sanity return sooner than they think?
Eric Holder bravely fighting “racism.”
When are we allowed to call a spade a spade?
The former House Speaker has a long history of being anti-white.
A workable solution to the “gaps” problem.
The consequences of egalitarian silliness.
A Joseph Kay essay with a reply from Jared Taylor.
Yo, poor blacks hurt America jus’ like Orenthawl James.
Crying for help on the newest Blackberry.
Racial gaps are widening.
What is your “default” society?
Who got it right: Oxford or AR?
Brave, principled black woman battled racial orthodoxies.
Young blacks may be changing the rules that have been in place since the ’60s.
Frank Borzellieri is fired as Catholic school principal for “racism.”
Jared Taylor corrects some misconceptions.
The media pretend not to notice race.
Half a loaf is better than none.
From a British citizen who has had enough.
Why I’m no longer a member of the Sierra Club.
Rescuing a cowardly report from undeserved obscurity.
Andrew Jackson’s policy of Indian removal.