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A new milestone.
What do we owe a government that despises us?
Science tightens the net on criminals.
Which way, Western man?
Spain shows some backbone.
The mysteries of woke talk.
What it takes to wake up ordinary whites.
Speakers ponder the future of whites.
"[I]f you are going to take on the Silicon Valley overlords and protect free speech, you've got to make them pay."
Left-wing Social Democrats defy Amnesty International.
The truth prevails.
“It’s in private schools, parochial schools and red states."
Every major party supports the measure.
The French establishment's dam against nationalism has started to break.
"Teaching kids to hate their country and to hate each other is not worth one red cent of taxpayer money."
Denmark doesn't want “religious and cultural parallel societies."
A French official’s proposal is a good idea.
Into like-minded regions.
Country fans don't mind white singer's offensive words.
A chance to help bring about Greater Idaho.
Danish leaders show a remarkable level of common sense.
Communications secretary: “We will save Britain's statues from the woke militants who want to censor our past."
Why did Donald Trump never make the move from Twitter?
What talk-radio hosts think about race and immigration.
Reasons for optimism.
How do our people develop a racial consciousness?
Our country is divided by irreconcilable differences.
A victory for freedom of association.
The West's last best place?
Moderate Party leader says immigrants bring "system-threatening crime."
Ten reasons for hope, even if President Trump lost fair and square.
Ten years ago, whites catapulted the "Tea Party" into power.
It's now nearly 400 miles long.
Jared Taylor interviews the founder of IDNL.
That was the equivalent of more than 10 million lethal doses.
Giorgia Meloni: "The great challenge of our time is the defense of national identities."
Not a question of means.
They tried to force their way into the holding cells of two black murderers.
It wants no more than 15,000 refugees in the next fiscal year.
Reasons for optimism in dark times.
A nationalist now leads one of the most powerful groups in European Parliament.
Another win against "critical race theory" training.
"There is the present and the past and it links us to our roots."
Bans on anti-white indoctrination are now hitting defense contractors.
The stronger the border, the safer the nation.
Big cuts for Africans.
She wrote a dissenting opinion supporting Trump's public-charge rule.
Ban is now expanded to the military, government contractors, and grantees.
President attacks the 1619 Project by name.
Ron Unz doesn't think so.
White support fell 15 percentage points; Hispanic support fell 11 percentage points.
PA lieutenant governor calls the bail order "blatantly unconstitutional."
Plaintiffs claimed Trump's "animus against non-white, non-European immigrants" was behind the plan.
Illegals may have burnt their own camp to protest quarantine measures.
Independent journalist inspired Trump's executive order.
US Blocks Visas for Some Chinese Students & Researchers to Prevent Them from Stealing Sensitive Research
Better late than never.
Over 2,000 arrests across the country.
Liberal governors and mayors cannot shield criminals from federal charges.
Employee leading the pushback says, "If I get fired because of this, the fight does not end, it only intensifies."
"The shift has largely happened among white Wisconsinites."
The town is 0.82% black.
Republican House Judiciary Members Send Letter Calling Out Amazon’s Alleged Exclusion of Conservative Charities
Amazon uses the Southern Poverty Law Center to determine which charities customers can benefit.
There are strikingly different policies in Denmark, Norway, and Sweden.
Dissidents and conservatives aren't the only ones in this fight.
Why Laura Loomer’s primary victory matters.
Barr Says ‘Operation Legend,’ Which Launched with Some Controversy, Has Produced More Than 1,400 Arrests
And gets a congratulations from President Trump.
A rare show of spine for Republicans.
Three public defenders have been charged as well.
Justice Department Finds Yale Illegally Discriminates Against Asians and Whites in Undergraduate Admissions in Violation of Federal Civil-Rights Laws
“There is no such thing as a nice form of race discrimination.”
Signs of life in the Heartland.
Finally, a DA strikes back.
A good way to escape "systemic racism."