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The Decline of The American Conservative

Once implicitly pro-white, now irrelevant.

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Why Blacks Riot

It’s not because of “racism” or “police brutality.”

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In South Africa, Black Hair Matters

The unending saga of multi-racialism.

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In Jesus’ Name

Does religion make blacks and Hispanics better citizens?

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Policing While White

What law enforcement is really like.

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Understanding the Trump Phenomenon

Why “racism” is The Donald’s most salient feature.

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What Is the Alt-Right?

Do Donald Trump and Breitbart.com make the cut?

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Drugs and iPads in the Class Room

A report from LA public schools.

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Forty Years Since the Soweto Riots

A legacy of arson, destruction, and killing one’s benefactors.

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The Truth About the Milwaukee Riots

The problem is black resentment, not police bias.

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Into Anacostia, D.C.’s Urban Jungle

AR journeys to the Heart of Darkness.

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Sam Francis on the Roots of Liberal Hegemony

His magnum opus finally sees the light.

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What Trump Must Do to Win

He must concentrate on the white vote.

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The GOP Convention: Race, Identity, and Power

What should really frighten Democrats is what comes next.

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How Trump Could Pull It Off

A full-scale analysis of white voters could be a road map for the Trump campaign.

Review by Thomas Jackson

Why Have We Unlearned What We Knew in 1900?

An eminent historian’s view.

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The Dallas Killings Were Inevitable

They weren’t the first and won’t be the last.

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The Colonization of Europe

Guillaume Faye’s call to arms.

Review by Jared Taylor

Discrimination Against Whites Still Legal

Supreme Court renders a murky but unsurprising ruling.

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Dear Mr. Trump

Like it or not, you’re a spokesman for white people.

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Should Alt-Right Trolls Go Easy on the Trigger?

Our goal should be winning converts.

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2016 AR Conference Videos, Part II

Dan Roodt, Ruuben Kaalep, RamZPaul, Anke Van dermeersch, and Sam Dickson.

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2016 AR Conference Videos, Part I

James Edwards, Peter Brimelow, Fernando Cortés, Filip Dewinter, and Jared Taylor.

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AmRen 2016: The Wind is in Our Sails

Attendance hits record high at 14th American Renaissance conference.

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Conservatism Devours Itself

The Buckley movement betrayed both itself and the country.

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What Will Replace Conservatism?

Could white advocates pick up the pieces?

Review by Thomas Jackson

Is Diversity a Strength for America?

Remarks at a debate at Kentucky State University.

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Human Universalism, the Most Dangerous Doctrine

We must destroy it before it destroys us.

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The War on Afrikaans

A fight about language is really a fight about race.

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When Common Sense Is a Crime

Police department under investigation after chief states the obvious.

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Our Next VP?

What you need to know about Julian Castro.

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Confessions of a German Police Chief

An agonized look at immigrant crime.

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The Color of Crime

Jared Taylor introduces the latest update of a classic report.

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Taming the White Beast

Demographic change will cure white xenophobia.

Review by Jared Taylor

Blackboard Jungle

The perils of trying to “make a difference.”

Review by F. Roger Devlin

Who Are We?

We must choose the words used to describe us.

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Interview with a Pioneer

Richard Lynn reflects on a career of discovery and controversy.

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The Real Right Returns

The search for European identity.

Reviewed by F. Roger Devlin

Yale Capitulates

Anatomy of a shakedown.

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Unmasking the Cucks

How “conservatives” betrayed America.

Review by Jane Weir

Chinese Reflections on Europe

Why have Europeans lost their racial consciousness?

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Strangers in Their Own Country

MARS voters, Trump, and the prophecy of Sam Francis.

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An African Planet? Part II

Africa could collapse into Malthusian catastrophe.

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White Renegade of the Year–2015

Angela Merkel is betraying her people, her nation, and her race.

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Black Lives Matter: Hysteria and Lies

Today’s best argument for white racial consciousness.

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Race Preferences at the Supreme Court

Our court watcher predicts there will be no change in “affirmative action.”

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Frenchman, European, White Man

Dominique Venner and the fate of Europe.

Review by Jared Taylor

The White Choice for Gift-Giving

This Christmas, fight back with your wallet.

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“A Race Man,” First and Last

Thurgood Marshall’s climb to the Supreme Court.

Review by Raymond Wolters

Race in Brazil, Part II

The complex dynamic of race in Brazil today.

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