Trump Co-Conspirator Justice Kennedy Signals SCOTUS Okay for Prohibiting Infanticide, Queer “Marriage”, and White Displacement

It’s over. Kennedy’s retiring. Not only will Trump will be able name two Supreme Court Justices in the SCOTUS in two years, he will probably end up naming four of them. He’s going to go all slap happy. Continue reading “Trump Co-Conspirator Justice Kennedy Signals SCOTUS Okay for Prohibiting Infanticide, Queer “Marriage”, and White Displacement”

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””

Conservatives Love Identity Politics, Except For White People

A recurring theme of American conservative political commentary is that identity politics is an evil tool of the left to be shunned by the “principled” right. But conservatives regularly employ identity politics when it’s useful for them. This was especially evident in the 2016 election cycle, when conservative commentators relied considerably on appeals to identity than on appeals to facts and reason, which they claim to prefer. But there is one form of identity politics that they shun and denounce consistently, namely white identity politics. Continue reading “Conservatives Love Identity Politics, Except For White People”

Transcript: Richard Spencer Interview with James Allsup: “The Alt-Right’s Future in Trump’s America”

On January 19, 2017, college student and independent journalist James Allsup interviewed Richard Spencer, President and Director of the National Policy Institute and American Editor of altright.com. Spencer, in what is perhaps his most informative and fair interview intended for a broad audience, discusses race and identity (in particular, white identity), the past and future of the alt-right movement, the fate of libertarianism, the current state of the “alt-lite,” and a couple of different controversies surrounding him. Continue reading “Transcript: Richard Spencer Interview with James Allsup: “The Alt-Right’s Future in Trump’s America””