Tag Archives: Elections

She has more followers on social media than any other French candidate.

His party is expected to win but may not be able to form a government.

Second-place candidate Francois Fillon is just as good on immigration.

Despite outreach by David Cameron, UK’s Conservative Party as white as American Republicans.

Is Liberal Democracy an Endangered Species?

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“European peoples are largely fleeing from the future America preaches and promises.”

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David Horowitz thinks Bannon was crucial to Trump’s victory.

White Renegade of the Year—2016

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Glenn Beck heads towards well-deserved oblivion.

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Will the Democrats Ever Nominate Another White Candidate for President?

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Hillary’s failure may be the end of the line for whites.

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Europe’s Future — Merkel or Le Pen?

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Europe is at a crossroads that may decide its very existence.

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Also points out that Hillary’s popular-vote margin was less than her margin in California.

Victor Davis Hanson on the president-elect’s virtues.

Minor celebrities plead for electors to keep Trump from presidency.

Smiley compares black allies of Trump to Booker T. Washington.

Chances of cheating Trump of the presidency look less likely.

Sanders added that most Trump supporters aren’t racist.

Does Politico Publish Fake News?

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It certainly got Donald Trump completely wrong.

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This is the last hope for Trump opponents.

The Future of Racial Politics, Real Clear Politics

Increasingly multiracial suburbs will play a greater role in national politics.

Trump is “the avatar of white grievance and white resentment.”

“Despite” or “because of”?

There is worry that Breitbart will help tip election to the AfD.

Hispanics Stick Together; Whites Attack Their Own

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How elites explain voting behavior.

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Last year’s choice was Angela Merkel.

Michelle Malkin on the radical past of this CNN darling.

“Far right” leader still received 46.7 percent of the vote.

Donald Trump Can Expect the Berlusconi Treatment

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The liberal elite and media won’t let up just because he’s won.

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The election is this Sunday.

Pat Buchanan on the new post-Cold War era.

It is a choice between the Green Party and the “far right.”

National Review begins to embrace the president elect.

46 percent of voters now view him favorably.

Trump won 29 percent as opposed to Romney’s 27 percent.

Buchanan: “The long war of the Trump presidency has only just begun.”

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

Jared Taylor chats with Vox’s Zack Beauchamp.

Ex-President Nicolas Sarkozy eliminated in primary.

A bad sign.

“The beatings will continue until intersectional morale improves.”

Through the Eyes of Sam Francis

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What he wrote 25 year ago is even more relevant today.

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The majority eventually realizes they have an identity too.

Jared Taylor: Trump’s win is “part of a worldwide reawakening of nationalist sentiment.”

Donald Trump Wins!

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How it happened, and what it means both for America and for the world.

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“Reason white women chose Trump over Clinton is simple: racism.”

How Trump courted “disenfranchised new Republicans” to win the election.

Rush Limbaugh says there is nothing wrong with whites voting in their own interests.

At Yale, there was a “group primal scream” to express student distress.

Fabled Hispanic vote is yet to materialize.

“People finally woke up and said ‘enough.’”

Pollsters underestimated their impact in Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Michigan.

The data.