Contradictory and delayed results from the recent primaries.
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Not a good sign for November.
A report on the 2004 American Renaissance conference.
She won her Democratic primary on Tuesday.
Notes on recent primaries.
Guillaume Durocher and Gregory Hood discuss the French elections.
J.D. Vance and Tim Ryan win their primaries.
Voters worry more about our borders than Ukraine's.
What Sam Francis called a “squeeze play.”
Muslims vote to maintain the Great Replacement.
"Don't forget your origins."
"The deeper structural drivers of national populism. . . lie in ethnic majority discomfort with the scale and pace of cultural change."
Le Pen: "In this defeat, I can't help but feel a form of hope."
A look back at the National Front's 2002 great leap forward.
Violence starts in pre-kindergarten.
What happens when optics and economic populism aren’t enough? What more can you do?
He says her positions will trigger a "civil war."
Macron had better watch out!
"There is something greater than all of us, and that is France."
A nationalist may be France's next president.
Black riots matter.
Marine Le Pen closing in on President Macron.
The GOP candidate's ad mocked liberal accusations of racism.
Lefties not happy.
The country is solidly in nationalist hands.
Hungarians refuse to be bullied.
Rod Dreher on the Hungarian elections.
A look at Jean-Marie Le Pen and the National Front.
Marion Marechal: "It’s the nation, authority, family, heritage, preservation. Broadly speaking, that’s our identity.”
Judge: “Florida has repeatedly, recently, and persistently acted to deny Black Floridians access to the franchise."
"These companies. . . are actively seeking to change free speech culture in America along overt ideological lines."
City commissioner said it's a "matter of justice."
The state of President Joe Biden's union.
Christine Taubira finds the banana.
The French iconoclast on his — and France's — changing politics.
"What happened to the dream?"
There are now six more Hispanic-majority districts in California.
Over 70 percent of voters supported removing the woke board members.
"Gerrymandered districts are a byproduct of the Confederacy."
Open white advocate battles the system.
The justices will decide later if the map violates voting rights law.
A felon just trying to do her civic duty.
A conflicted white man if there ever was one.
Black is the new blue.
How will white Democrats fare in the coming primaries?
"As of now, Biden is a drag on the Democratic Party at the national level, and very probably in the off-year election in November."
Expect nothing from Republicans.
"So much for unifying the country and working across the aisle."
Jared Taylor interviews Guillaume Durocher.
"Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to wreck America's election integrity."
"We shouldn’t be allowing citizens of other nations to vote in our elections, full stop."
Black lawmakers believe they'll lose their seats if they have to compete for white votes.
Plans for the decades — and centuries — to come.
Peter Brimelow's speech from the 2021 American Renaissance conference.
Are Hispanics ditching the Democrats?
One in nine of the city's voting-age residents is a non-citizen.
"Democrats have seriously erred by lumping Hispanics in with 'people of color.'"
A fair assessment of Eric Zemmour from a mainstream source.
“Someone who has lived here for 30 days will have a say in how we raise our taxes, our debt and long-term pension liabilities."
His pitch: "You feel like you are no longer in the country you once knew . . . you are foreigners in your own country."
"Having lost Virginia, Biden and his party look today like they are beginning to lose America."
Métis or not Métis?
Who will pay the bill in 80-percent-black Detroit?
Youngkin won more of the white vote than Trump.
Glenn Youngkin pledged to ban CRT on his first day in office.
Law and order wins on the ballot.
"If you are Black, avoid Texas."
Dems fall for their own political hoax.
Payment processor suspends service.
Was Taylor a little over-optimistic?
Eric Zemmour wants to expel two million foreigners from France.
Court says it "discriminate against African American voters.”
Changing demographics mean nothing can help the Golden State.