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Richard Spencer speaking at a public gathering in 2016. Credit: Vas Panagiotopoulos, CC BY 2.0
The Alt-Right in the Words of its Members and Leaders
The Alt-Right became a part of the US political lexicon during the Trump-Clinton presidential campaigns, when Clinton, like Obama and Trotsky, wanted to appear as the people’s champion rather than the oligarch’s choice. Looking about for a red-herring, a bogeyman and a scapegoat she – or her scriptwriters –chose the Alt-Right, a hitherto obscure, broad... Read More
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Some Myths About the ‘Anglo-American conspiracy’
American conservative writer Steve Sailer has written a balanced critique of what is widely termed the Rhodes/Milner ‘secret society’, ‘Milner’s Kindergarten’, or the ‘Round Table Group’ among ‘conspiracy theorists’.[1] Mr. Sailer provides an objective examination that is often missing, especially from American writers. The review is based on Carroll Quigley’s 1949 book The Anglo-American Establishment,... Read More
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The sources of America’s immigration problems—and a possible solution
Are elite university admissions based on meritocracy and diversity as claimed?
The evidence is clear — but often ignored
What Was John McCain's True Wartime Record in Vietnam?
Hundreds of POWs may have been left to die in Vietnam, abandoned by their government—and our media.