“More than 80 Muslim candidates won local, state, federal and judicial seats in over 20 states.”
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It’s time to leave illusions behind.
White voters were even more supportive of Republicans this year than in 2018.
Blacks rejected the Republican's tough-on-crime message.
"The most curious thing is that in a year that was anemic for Republicans, the support levels of the GOP with Hispanics held firm."
“We always have to work 10 times as hard as our White counterparts."
Maryland is no longer a majority-white state.
"Democracy has not failed America. The reigning Democrats have failed America."
Not your typical Republican candidate.
One of the whitest states in the Union may elect a black senator.
The local news doesn't hide the reality of crime.
Crime and education are key appeals.
Two-thirds of Republicans think American culture and way of life have changed for the worse since 1950.
A good sign for free speech.
Senate candidate's wife: "When you look at drowning statistics it usually affects children of color because of lack of access."
"They’re relying on the liberal media to call criticisms of their politically inconvenient record racist, and it won’t work.”
"They still have a lot of colonial mentality and we have to get through that."
Some blacks are upset Democrats have failed to stop the rise in crime.
"Trump and his allies have brought. . . a focus on White identity back to the center of the Republican Party’s electoral strategy."
"White privilege" doesn't help on election day.
The Democrat secretary of state claims it was an error.
Hispanics are no longer solidly Democrat.
Illegals just sent to the city may now pick its leaders.
Immigration is a forbidden topic in the Great White North.
BLM support is a political liability.
Brothers of Italy sweep to power.
Democrats claim it's racist to call out their soft-on-crime policies.
Democracy in action.
Her broader alliance is set to win 44 percent of the vote.
Will nationalists win despite moral blackmail?
"For the Quebec nation to be strong, we have to protect French.”
Triumphs of the ‘Far Right.’
Nationalists are set to join the next ruling government.
What else do the feds tell tech companies to censor?
Plaintiffs say the law is racist.
"[T]he photo has since been removed because it does not meet AWC values."
The anti-CRT movement flipped five Florida school boards, including Miami-Dade.
She nearly dislodged an entrenched incumbent.
GOP will not take big tech censorship seriously.
“The left and these tyrants in the school board have awoken a sleeping giant and it’s pissed off moms and dads."
NYC Files Appeal in Noncitizen Voter Case, Keeping the Fight Alive to Enfranchise Nearly 1 Million New Voters
Immigrant advocates claim non-citizen voting is "our democracy."
Conservatives know immigration restriction is popular.
On the GOP and the white vote.
“I think we’re going to see a decline in African-Americans getting elected."
Three right-wing parties form a coalition behind a common candidate.
Tucker Carlson underlines an inconvenient truth.
The late Sam Francis explains.
For the first time, Democrats have a larger share of support among white college graduates than among non-whites.
"This is our jihad, our weapon is our vote."
South Carolina Democrat State Rep & U.S. Senate Candidate Krystle Matthews Uses Racially Charged Language
"Where the f*** is my black people with money?"
Her party achieved an 11-fold increase in parliamentary seats.
Marine Le Pen's party is now the third-largest in parliament.
Congressional Candidate Carl Paladino Said Black Americans Are ‘Held Hungry and Dumb’ and ‘Conditioned’ to Vote for Democrats
"You can't teach them differently."
Soros bought the election with a mountain of cash.
“We’ve got to understand that this is a group that has been radicalized by the great replacement myth."
Soros-supported DAs face voters’ wrath.
Race and the recall.
"Anti-immigrant" politician returns to campaign for Maine governor.
Contradictory and delayed results from the recent primaries.
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."