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An underappreciated red pill.
Has he ever heard of Waukesha?
The “postcolonial” way to listen to music.
Guillaume Durocher and Gregory Hood discuss the French elections.
What can Southern patriots do?
BLM says obeying the law leads to “deep burnout.”
What makes civilizations clash?
Will he close his Twitter account?
What are the limits to free speech?
Violence starts in pre-kindergarten.
And Elon Musk, too.
A guest appearance by the great Fred Reed
The morality of Friedrich Nietzsche.
Listen to the podcast to find out what that means.
Musing and exhortations of Bronze Age Pervert.
Millions of uncounted deaths?
Activist, author, and congressional candidate.
The ideas of Richard Weaver.
Colin Kaepernick wants back on the plantation.
Whom are they shooting with them?
It's not just a passport.
Libs appalled that race matters.
What are whites to make of it?
AFPAC is a smashing success.
The state of President Joe Biden's union.
Western mythos and Eastern realpolitik.
Go out and jog 2.23 miles.
Month formerly known as February is packed with excitement.
How far back do our roots go?
Open white advocate battles the system.
Go on astral travel with a living Oracle.
Were the French existentialists on to something?
Good sense in surprising places.
Profound wisdom from a Roman emperor.
It’s a white supremacist trick to keep BIPOCs from expressing their “full selves.”
The SDS, the Weather Underground, and the seeds of today's elite.
Count your undeserved advantages.
A look at our elite's court historian.
Jared Taylor interviews Guillaume Durocher.
He fought “denial, deceit and delusion.”
A look at John Kennedy Toole's masterpiece.
A new record for Chicago?
A look at Herbert Marcuse's worldview.
Not everyone celebrates Kwanzaa.
Are Hispanics ditching the Democrats?
They went 63 to 37 for Dems in 2020. Now, they're evenly split?
Chris Roberts returns to Left, Right, and White.
Under the watchful eye of Huey Newton
It's "open borders" for Covid.
Only one out of three.
Rittenhouse verdict expected soon.
Firm to triple BIPOC execs in two years.
Métis or not Métis?
The life and prophesies of Guillaume Faye.
3,000-strong caravan on its way.
But they are here anyway.
Interview with Jason Kessler.
Then turn yourself in and catch a connecting flight to LA.
Killer of three is Arab, so for the murder statistics he’s white.
Dallas schools’ cure for bad students.
Thousands at a clip.
Should we legalize bigamy?
School song ‘from a racist context' has to go.
T-shirt says it all.
The rich work and legacy of Julius Evola.
Britain breaks into the lead.
M.E. Bradford's authentic conservatism.
More blowback from a failed war.
Call 911, then shoot officers who show up.
Chicago's astonishingly poor record on mass shootings.
An idea whose time has come.
Racial socialism, radical environmentalism, and honest journalists.
Satire, double irony, and alternative history.