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Nineteenth AmRen conference is a great success.
It’s time to leave illusions behind.
James Fields and Darrell Brooks.
We are more generous to opponents than leftists are.
Do we have another “Fauxcahontas?”
Our rulers want us to have only a negative identity.
The complicated legacy of The King.
And what would this mean for us?
General Forrest’s revenge.
Whites are stateless drudges.
What drove the civil rights movement?
New trivia game challenges taboos.
A nation can easily be unmade.
Of course, it won’t be the last.
The case of NYC teacher certification.
The diversity delusion.
Hispanic author doubts it.
America’s antifa state.
It's bigger than just saving our people.
What Calhoun can teach us today.
Only if we want it to.
The real enemy is not Moscow or Beijing.
The reality of the liberal dream.
A classic book on race still has important lessons to teach.
The real project that is destroying America.
Its 2021 “extremism” report is an embarrassment.
Some patterns cannot be ignored.
"I’m over it. You can’t help people who don’t want to be helped."
A brilliant film and a connection to our past.
"At trial, I couldn’t look the victims — if they were still alive — in the eyes."
Democracy dies in darkness.
A review of Douglas Murray's latest.
They were honorable and courageous patriots.
From bad to worse.
What happens when optics and economic populism aren’t enough? What more can you do?
He should have been a pundit or academic.
An opportunity for us.
A survivor's tale.
Yes, if you think Arabs are white.
It is now an autonomous zone and shrine.
Not when it puts you last.
By a not-so-brilliant black pundit.
Suddenly, we can despise an entire people.
Dominique Venner’s existential challenge and unfinished work.
Can Donald Trump put it to good use?
Mobs trump justice.
The shooter testifies and the jury decides.
Is justice possible?
Who’s authoritarian now?
Whatever it does, the debate ignores the interests of whites.
A diary of Parisian decadence.
An interview with Morris van de Camp.
“Wokeness” comes for the imagination.
A tale of demographic change.
A review of Richard Lynn's latest book.
Neutered opposition or no opposition?
Is that a good thing or a bad thing?
Lessons for identitarians.
A powerful film (and book) against egalitarianism.
A detailed account.
Gregory Hood's speech at the 2021 American Renaissance conference.
Speech at 2021 American Renaissance conference.
Eric Zemmour may be president in fewer than 150 days.
And what can be done about it.
It was a conference that could have hardly been better.
Where true power lies.
Wisdom from Instauration in 1983.
Thaddeus Stevens and the fight against whites.
The press coverage, deplatforming and doxing campaigns, and criminal and civil suits.
A review of Charlottesville Untold: Inside the Unite the Right Rally.
An identitarian view of American decline.
Identity is not always simple.
There are forty million potential white advocates.
One scholar's attempt.