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It’s part of the logic of Black Lives Matter.
Where does the madness end?
Recommendations for racially conscious cinephiles.
The nation's hall monitors have dug up some of his "racist" quotes.
Heroes of our race.
King Phillip’s War: 1676–1678.
"[A] society whose history is hated by millions of its members will not survive."
Will she be canceled?
Have we reached that point today?
This should surprise no one.
"A second Reconstruction is being readied."
And why you should do so soon.
Photos of a defeated city.
It is a matter of time.
"How this ends without permanent division in the country escapes me."
Ann Coulter on the immigrant origins of these — and past — riots
"Wherever they had to draw back or pull back, anarchy ensued."
Happy birthday to the great American racialist.
"White supremacy . . . is just as likely to wear heels as a hood."
The arguments made against Confederate soldiers can be made against the Founding Fathers.
The “Crossroads of America” is a different place now.
The tyrannical rule of the U.S. Supreme Court.
"Racism . . . undid the brief progress of post-Civil War Reconstruction, and animates today’s conservative backlash."
Defeating Nazi Germany wasn't enough.
New horizons for diversity.
Happy Cinco de Mayo!
Happy Asian Pacific American Heritage Month!
The descent into "Chiraq."
A reflection by Peter Bradley.
An excerpt from Christopher Caldwell's The Age of Entitlement.
An extract from radical historian Mike Davis' latest book.
A white man who fought for his people.
The Long History of US Racism Against Asian Americans, from ‘Yellow Peril’ to ‘Model Minority’ to the ‘Chinese Virus’
Some long-form bellyaching.
The rise, fall, and rise of the "Chocolate City."
This is likely to be a greater shock than 9/11.
We need someone like him today.
Valuable reading for Confederate History Month.
Movie and TV recommendations for our brothers and sisters in quarantine.
The Magic City became the Tragic City.
The vintage wisdom of Larry Auster.
"Living in fear."
"[T]his kind of thing is never just about money."
Immigration is profoundly changing the nation we will leave to our grandchildren.
Thurgood Marshall would replace him.
Novel perspective from the Washington Post.
The theology of anti-racism and white privilege.
Black writer recommends reparations.
Virginia City Will Celebrate the End of Slavery as an Official Holiday Instead of Thomas Jefferson’s Birthday
"We're not going to forget Mr. Jefferson," local professor insists.
“Those who opposed the legislation, proved wiser about its consequences than those who sponsored it.”
What does it portend?
A teenager in New York City tells his story.
Why not, after Columbus, the Founders, and everyone else?
By today’s standards, many of America’s greatest men were rabid white supremacists.
The astonishing story of how the courts turned “civil rights” into racial preferences.
White opposition to intermarriage.
There are two Americas that have nothing in common.
Can Christopher Caldwell rouse white America?
A pro-American book — and a best-seller.
He was born 145 years ago today.
Good history of immigration in America.
"How does it all stay together? And for how long?"
The Left is more divided than the Right.
Happy holiday . . .
How an all-American city became a beachhead for the third world.
Interesting rebuke of the "1619 Project."
"The multicultural society we aspire to is nothing more than a useful myth to be exploited by minorities."
"Today, it appears a new secession is underway."
How ideology is destroying the West.
Whites active in the Underground Railroad should not be honored, apparently.
Remembering the best in us.
Tradition is powerful.