Tag Archives: American History

Defense argues it is not a crime to destroy public property if it is “racist.”

A UC Berkeley op-ed said to contain “libelous, racist, sexist, homophobic or highly offensive” content.

The Law is an Ass, AR Classic Article

The legal tar baby of “civil rights.”

A scrupulously researched account of how the public schools were wrecked in the name of racial equality through Brown vs. Board of Education.

Myths About Slavery and Lynching

The truth can help set us free.

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Students squirm at the word “slave.”

Linking the office of sheriff to “Anglo-Amerian law enforcement” is clearly racist.

There was affirmative action long before it had a name.

Andrew Durnford: black man, southerner, slave owner.

And in San Francisco, Columbus Day will be replaced with Indigenous Peoples Day.

Councilman: “This move reflects the community’s desires.”

The Doctor in spite of himself.

No violence from SJWs at protest against removal of Confederate statues.

“Promoting historical awareness in public schools.”

Law for One People

How we lost it and how we can get it back.

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“Aligning oneself with a historically oppressed people makes one feel less guilty.”

Race and America’s Soul, National Review

A different look at abolitionists, Reconstruction, the “Civil Rights” movement, and black pathology.

Its lies laid bare in Steven Farron’s “The Affirmative Action Hoax.”

Someone suggests “Considerate Avenue.”

“Black History Month” continues past February.

The War on Thanksgiving

We must defend every precious piece of our heritage.

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The Ways of Our People, AR Classic Article

What are we fighting to preserve? And why is it threatened?

Plaques honoring parish members Washington and Lee are removed.

Sex, communism, and tax dodging.

Their America, and Ours

“The spirit that produced the war in the 1860s, and lasting division in the 1960s, is abroad again.”

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Its anniversary is tomorrow.

Some of today’s most destructive ideas were first popularized by a socialist from Sweden.

A Guilt-Free Columbus Day

President Trump issues a positive proclamation.

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If you honor the Founding Fathers, you are branded a racist and stupid.

He drained the Everglades while governor, but is no longer worthy of honor.

Trump Embraces the Culture War

“Trump has . . . decided to defend the ground on which his most loyal folks stand.”

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“Following the light of the sun, we left the Old World.”

Slavery in the New World, AR Classic Article

Even moral exhibitionism can be educational.

A fresh perspective on how the West was won — and from whom.

“Hidden Figures” to become a children’s book as well.

Millennial Red-Pilling and the Future of Europe

The keynote speech of our 2017 conference.

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Forget The Alamo? In Dallas, Maybe, The American Conservative

After all, it isn’t a white city anymore.

A look at a classic book from American Renaissance.

Back to the future.

Tribalism Marches On!

And President Bush’s “New World Order” is fading away.

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Between white supremacy and me.

The Radical Republicans: The Antifa of 1865

Remembering the politicians who thought Lincoln never went far enough.

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Especially since more and more schools are majority non-white.

Goodbye, Columbus?, Huffington Post

A famous liberal hopes his more radical comrades will hold back.

They had shown it every summer for 34 years.

Did Jefferson Sleep with His Slave?

Highly unlikely.

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What Still Unites Us?

Pat Buchanan doesn’t have an answer.

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It is a project of the leftist group, “Redneck Revolt.”

The Taney Monument and the Will to Remember

What the monument’s removal means for us.

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Robert E. Lee, Vladimir Lenin, even Ghandi.