Jared Taylor Interviewed About the 2015 AR Conference

James Edwards, Political Cesspool, March 7, 2015

Sam Dickson, Richard Spencer, and Jared Taylor returned to TPC to discuss a variety of issues, including their recent collaboration in Washington at an event that took place last weekend called “Beyond Conservatism.”

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Radio Show Hour 2 (listen here)

Guest: Sam Dickson – Sam is a renowned orator and attorney who offers an interesting legal opinion on the latest developments concerning Officer Darren Wilson and last year’s incident in Ferguson, Missouri.

Guest: Jared Taylor – Jared is editor of American Renaissance. He is the author of Paved With Good Intentions, and the primary contributor to the collection A Race Against Time. His latest book is White Identity: Racial Consciousness in the 21st Century. Listen in as he informs us about the next AR Conference.

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  • Good interview.

  • Alexandra1973

    When’re you guys going to hold a conference in Ohio?

    • Oil Can Harry

      The only white person left in Ohio is the Cincinnati Bengals’ bail bondsman.

    • WR_the_realist

      Ironically, with the federal government our greatest enemy, American Renaissance has to hold its conferences at government facilities, because if the antifas tried to use the same sort of death threats against government employees that they routinely used against the employees of private hotels that hosted Amren conferences, they’d be investigated by the FBI and DHS as terrorists. Montgomery Bell State Park has a suitable government facility.

  • What happened to Jack Donovan?

  • WR_the_realist

    The whole point of the conference is to get people off the internet and seeing each other person to person.

  • Manaphy

    Beyond Conservatism seems to have too few speakers. This is a shame since the conference is on a really important aspect of our movement, which should be discussed.

    • Anon Wyatt

      Beyond Conservatism was more of a half conference/half cocktail hour with Q&A; a one night ‘un-conference’ that would attract those in the know and perhaps some interested parties from CPAC.

      • It was my first far right conference, and the best part was the after party at the cigar bar where I met some very interesting people that I look forward to reconnecting with. Richard Spencer even made his rounds there, which increased my respect for him even more.

  • Nancy

    I’m super-excited about attending my very first AR conference!