Tag Archives: Alt-Right

Baked Alaska’s bodyguard has been hospitalized.

White nationalism is the hot topic of their national meeting.

There was violence and arrests.

Breitbart may be trying to go mainstream.

This will help them stop the “rescue” ships.

Fourteen arrested.

Why I Am (Among Other Things) a White Nationalist

You may not care about politics, but politics cares about you.

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It welcomes refugees escaping multiculturalism.

So far, the feds won’t revoke rally permits.

Liberal tries to understand jokes, memes.

The student and his lawyer, Sam Dickson, get the money.

Mayor said it, “harkens back to the days of the KKK.”

The SPLC hates what it doesn’t understand.

It helps to see it not as a fringe movement, but a powerful counterculture.

Libertarians Prove Their Irrelevance in Auburn

“Freedom—yes, but for whom? To do what?”

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Auburn administration tried and failed to ban him.

“VDARE, American Renaissance and Radix have become part of the political landscape.”

James Kirkpatrick on the state of American politics.

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Identitarians on the march in France.

AR makes waves.

Chronicling Chronicles

An important but mostly forgotten forerunner of the Alt-Right.

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The ADL is unhappy with American Renaissance’s new posters.

Richard Spencer, leftist, not welcome.

Harvard newspaper officially endorses bigotry.

What exactly can Trump do about campus free-speech violations?

Ban took place the day Reddit co-founder condemned Trump’s executive order.

Protestor: “It’s absolutely acceptable to use violence.”

Some twitter users have promised more violence against him.

An American Renaissance Reading List

What are the best books for race realists?

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“Free speech is vital. Of course it is. But is defending it like this really helping?”

Pepe goes international.

Subversive material was contained in a hollowed-out copy of Tess of The D’Urbervilles.

Génération Identitaire in the spotlight.

More Democrats than Republicans have heard of it .

Hyde doesn’t plan to quit comedy.

Author compares alt-right to ISIS.

The Daily Beast discovers Alain de Benoist and Guillaume Faye.

Guardian concedes there is nuance to the term.

Jared Taylor is quoted at length.

Former editor still hasn’t apologized.

Says Steven Bannon has nothing to do with the alt-right.

Lexicographers believe “alt-right” is here to stay.

New York Times ponders the difference between “nationalist” and “supremacist.”

A conversation with George Hawley.

A report on the National Policy Institute’s weekend conference.

“Conservatives” support Twitter bans.

Richard Spencer and others are gone.

David Frum defends Richard Spencer.

Financial Times thinks he’s somehow the “chief enabler of the rise of the alt-right.”