The Last of the Nigerians: Maxine Water’s 2020 Dream and the Final Throes of Black Politics

Madame President!

She’s running in 2020.

There is currently no operative Democratic political dynasty that is the obvious successor to the party’s nomination. The field is wide open. While Hillary Clinton’s health is obviously in the stages right before nursing home stage decay her hate level is high enough for her to pretend she will run by positioning herself at all the right events and commenting on all the important Drumf catastrophes. If she does, her party will revolt. They know that she will lose, bigly.

Its THEIR turn now. She blew her shot.

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Transcript: Jared Taylor at Towson University: “The Case for White Identity”

On October 2, 2012, Jared Taylor, editor of American Renaissance, spoke at Towson University at the invitation of a prospective White Student Union. Mr. Taylor argued that white students, and white Americans in general, have legitimate racial interests that are worth defending. Chief among them are ending racial preferences in universities and the workplace and stopping mass immigration. He also pointed out that racial diversity is not a strength, but a source of tension and conflict. Mr. Taylor gave prepared remarks for half an hour before fielding an hour’s worth of questions. Continue reading “Transcript: Jared Taylor at Towson University: “The Case for White Identity””