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Jared Taylor and his co-host laugh at the lefty panic over Twitter’s new management. They also discuss DHS’s Disinformation Governance Board, attacks on policemen, David Azzerad’s heroism, Catholic “trickster ethics,” and why we should all move to Santa Rosa County, Florida. Listen
Jared Taylor and his co-host are joined by journalist, adventurer, columnist and curmudgeon, Fred Reed. Listen
Jared Taylor and his co-host laugh at the news that the First United Church of Oak Park will “fast from whites for lent,” and instead promise to feast on whiteness. They also discuss courageous common sense from France, why people leave California, casualties of midnight basketball, and “The Unbearable Whiteness of Coffee.” Listen
Activist, author, and congressional candidate Laura Loomer talks about her life, her new book, her fight against big-tech tyranny, and her determination to take that fight to the halls of Congress. Listen
Jared Taylor and his co-host note that liberals are worried that with more blacks buying guns, blacks might commit suicide more often. The hosts also discuss the AME retirement plan, Jussie Smollett’s Houdini trick, the grift that keeps on grifting, and what’s wrong with the army fitness test. Listen
Gregory Hood and Jared Taylor examine the War in Ukraine and the larger issue behind it — what makes a nation? What is civic nationalism compared to white identity? Most importantly, are whites in the United States a nation unto themselves? They then describe some of the first principles that will be needed for our... Listen
Jared Taylor and his co-host note that libs are unhappy that Europeans are more welcoming to white Ukrainian women and children than they were to single Syrian men. The hosts also discuss gun deaths, billionaires, whether Prince Henry is racist, a guaranteed income for single mothers, and the tenth anniversary of the Trayvon Martin killing. Listen
Jared Taylor and his co-host applaud the remarkable achievement of AFPAC’s third national conference. They also discuss the Ukraine war, the state of the union, black Vikings, black home ownership, and why yet another member of Congress can no longer tweet. Listen
Jared Taylor and his co-host continue their unorthodox coverage of BHM. They also discuss Brian Flores, the desecration of Tolkien, Quintez Brown, Feeding our Future, and why American Indians don’t need lifejackets. Listen
Jared Taylor interviews the only open white advocate running for Congress. Neil Kumar talks about his background, his racial awakening, and his unconventional campaign. Listen
Jared Taylor and his co-host marvel at a Carnegie Hall series that will introduce an AfroCosmicMelatopia of African cosmology, quantum physics, and Astro-Blackness. The hosts also discuss the “hateful” Freedom Convoy, leveling the playing field by tilting it, the degradation of VMI, and Thandiwe Newton’s tears. Listen
Jared Taylor and his co-host wonder what’s the next thing that will turn out to be racist. They also discuss how “repressed memories” can get you to America, why David Brooks is baffled, how Atlantans celebrate, and opposite ways to stop gun crime. Listen
Jared Taylor and his co-host mourn the loss of the man who did more than anyone else to expose media hypocrisy about the color of crime. The hosts also discuss racist cameras, racist mountains, racist statistics, white coats for blacks lives, and a posthumous gold medal for Emmett Till. Listen
Jared Taylor and his co-host discuss the continuing crime wave that is setting all kinds of records. They also talk about first-time gun-owners, how Airbnb will fight discrimination, Maddie’s Fund, and DC’s “racist” vax mandate, and they give thanks for Sen. Tom Cotton. Listen
Jared Taylor and his co-host ponder polling data that suggest a sudden Hispanic shift towards Republicans. Are they sick of BLM pandering? The hosts also discuss Oliver v Arnold, madness in Makoto, Jahkim Robinson, the travails of Judge Michelle Odinette, and Senator Tom Cotton. Listen
Jared Taylor and his co-host wonder why the new black lady police chief of New York City gave her first press conference in front of a mural honoring black murderers. The hosts also discuss segregated playgrounds, why Anjanette Young is happy now, the wisdom of Dr. Melina Abdullah, and why you should never trust Redfin... Listen
Jared Taylor and his co-host discuss the verdicts in the Arbury, Rittenhouse, and Charlottesville cases. They also talk about Waukesha, Azziza Graves, air pollution in DC, GoKAR, and the death of Young Dolph. Listen
Jared Taylor and his co-host marvel that in America, when a white man shoots aggressive white rioters in self-defense, he is a white supremacist and they are heroes. The hosts also discuss Michelle Wu, Malikk Austen, racial terror at a Facebook job site, and why we must break our “habits of white language.” Listen
Jared Taylor and his co-host marvel at the giant State Street financial group, which will punish managers who don’t hire enough BIPOCs. Possible legal challenge? The hosts also discuss Ibram Kendi, Cortez Rice, and the loving kindness of Wajahat Ali. Listen
Jared Taylor and his co-host tell the story of yet another white woman who turned her back on white privilege to profit from being marginalized. They also discuss Virginia politics, opinions on violence, driving while black, being Lady Macbeth while black, and how to save the “tomahawk chop.” Listen
Jared Taylor and his co-host explain why it’s been a record year for border-hoppers. They also discuss the Arbery trial, “Woke Baby,” immigration to Denmark, Condoleezza Rice, Touré Neblett, and Joey’s hopeless delusion. Listen
Jared Taylor and his co-host wonder if teams of newly appointed “gender advisors” can teach our Afghan refugees how to treat women. The hosts also discuss the Terry v. Devondre gunfight, Cecil Rhodes, Sonia Sotomayor, Ruth Ginsberg, the Magnificent Mile, and TV personality Alex Scott’s bitter disappointment. Listen
Jury selection begins on October 18 in the conspiracy trial against the participants in the Unite the Right rally. Lead defendant Jason Kessler explains what is at stake in a trial with dangerous implications for any form of conservative activism. Listen
Jared Taylor and his cohost discuss luxury illegal immigration: Fly to Mexico, take a taxi to the US border, turn yourself in, catch a connecting flight to LA. The hosts also discuss representing Aotearoa, Simon Gratz High School, Daoud Wardak, and the lessons of Owen Diza. Listen
Jared Taylor and his co-host talk about what it takes to be white. They also discuss late breaking news on George Floyd, mutual combat in Chicago, Bleeding Control Kits, and “the troubled history of the Atlantic Ocean.” Listen
Jared Taylor and his co-host laugh at Dallas schools’ substitute for suspension. They also discuss “Come and Take It,” black affinity housing, insanity at CVS, and the astonishing stupidity of the New York Times. Listen
Jared Taylor and his co-host marvel at a display of incompetence at Del Rio almost as eye-opening as the one in Afghanistan. They also discuss guilty-until-proven-innocent in North Carolina, Afghans in Idaho, Khurshid Abdul-Mutakabbir, and why “bagging” is worse than death. Listen
Jared Taylor and his co-host note that 12.5 percent of Afghan women are in polygamous marriages. Which will prevail: anti-bigamy laws or shariah? The hosts also discuss the most influential people in the world, the wisdom of Jenn Jackson, and “white supremacy with a tan.” Listen
Jared Taylor and his co-host are not surprised to learn that racism has been detected in the heretofore unoffending UT school song, “The Eyes of Texas.” They also discuss Afghans coming your way, Chantia Lewis, Lowell High School, Linda Manyguns, and how to graduate from high school with a grade point average of 0.13. Listen
Jared Taylor and his co-host goggle at Britain’s new squad cars — rainbow colored “pride” cars that reassure “underserved groups.” The hosts also discuss why blacks gain weight, what the Trinitarians are up to in Spain, why whites in New Zealand can’t get it right, and where even five-year-olds learn to cut through “the smog... Listen
Jared Taylor and his co-host analyze a decision from a federal judge who came as an immigrant: Deporting repeat border hoppers is unconstitutional. The hosts also discuss Afghan refugees, the wit of the Taliban, Larry Elder, the Othering and Belonging Institute, and what to do about white men on TV. Listen
Jared Taylor and his co-host note that there have already been 52 ambush attacks on police this year, which is twice the number of 2020 — which was already a record. The hosts also report on anti-white struggle sessions at AmEx and Raytheon, DIY reparations, whether Hispanics like being Latinx, and how anti-racism triumphed at... Listen
Even Jared Taylor and his co-host are astonished at how easy it is to get away with mayhem and murder in Chicago. They also discuss the border catastrophe, Ibram Kendi, Emily Skala, Cori Bush, and your exciting new Afghan neighbors. Listen
Jared Taylor and his co-host discuss a possible ballot initiative in Washington, DC that would give blacks local autonomy – and whites, too. The co-hosts also discuss Injun country in Oklahoma, a newly discovered cause of black crime, Covid slipping over the border, and why you better not love being white. Listen
Jared Taylor and his co-host are grateful for a black Virginia PTA leader’s candor about opponents of Critical Race Theory: She wants them dead. The hosts also discuss Nkosi Thandiwe, Catherine Lhamon, the Asian Carp, hot times in South Africa, and why “racism thrives in geoscience.” Listen
Jared Taylor reports on the latest developments in the case of Ashli Babbitt, the woman shot to death during the Jan. 6 Capitol riot. His co-host notes that this is the 10-year anniversary of the death of Brittney Watts, killed by an African as revenge for white privilege. The hosts also discuss pregnant illegals, red... Listen
Jared Taylor and his co-host warn their listeners: Don’t use African-American Vernacular English. Blacks own it, and you have no right to it. The hosts also discuss their favorite architecture, how America celebrated the Fourth, Canada’s first premier, Trump’s new lawsuits, and Jared Taylor’s DNA. Listen
Jared Taylor and his co-host marvel at a British government commission’s conclusion that poor non-whites are lathered with care while poor whites are told they have “white privilege.” The hosts also discuss increasing segregation, the latest Muslim attack in Germany, and how “heat islands” and “food insecurity” raise black crime rates. Listen
Jared Taylor and his co-host decide to stick with the old abnormal. They also note that Juneteenth got off with a bang, and they discuss racist infrastructure, Amiri and Ras Baraka, more tributes to George Floyd, and why you shouldn’t drive on an Indian reservation. Listen
Jared Taylor and his co-host wonder how birds can even get off the ground when they must “carry” — as the New York Times laments — “racist legacies.” The hosts also discuss two sensible court decisions, wisdom from North Korea, the Pentagon’s search for “the right people,” and a great mystery about car crash fatalities. Listen
Jared Taylor and his co-host laugh at a new book by the head of the Emory University black studies department that explains the purpose of the Second Amendment: to control black people. The hosts also discuss some excellent court decisions, the adventures of Aruna Khilanani, Parasitic Whiteness, Twitter’s sense of humor, and life in 82-percent-black... Listen
Jared Taylor and his co-host discuss what our president seems to think is the most important event in American history. They also discuss Colonel Douglas Macgregor, good news from Oregon, panic at Amazon, the noose that wasn’t but had to come down anyway, and Albemarle County’s “biggest problem.” Listen
Jared Taylor and his co-host laugh about Congresswoman Cori Bush, who was a professional faith healer but now wants federal money for sick black people. The hosts discuss what it takes to be an Eagle Scout, the latest STD rates, black lady mayors, how to stop blacks shooting each other, and why the cast of... Listen
Jason Kessler was the permit holder for the 2017 Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville. He describes the gross negligence of the Charlottesville authorities and his increasingly successful efforts to get the records to prove it. He also explains the incredible “conspiracy” lawsuit against him and other defendants and what is at sake in the... Listen
Jared Taylor and his co-host laugh at Walt Disney’s struggle to root out the structural racism that plagues “the magic kingdom.” They also discuss rumblings among the French, an unhappy birthday in Colorado Springs, Grace Pai goes nuts, and how Asmeret Asefaw Berhe will spend $7 billion. Listen
Jared Taylor and his co-host try to understand how blacks and “natives” fit into BIPOC. They also discuss the latest developments in the George Floyd and Ahmaud Arbery cases, the new black-oriented Target in Minneapolis, yet more campus insanity, and a stunning victory for whites in Southlake, Texas. Listen
Jared Taylor and his co-host discuss a new social-media outreach plan to get blacks to stop killing each other. They also talk about reactions to the Chauvin verdict, the latest police-racism fraud, the adventures of Victoria Unanka, what banned word aceiiinnnps unscrambles to, and powerful talk from 20 retired French generals. Listen
This is a recording of a March 22, 2021 conversation between Jared Taylor of American Renaissance and Whitney Dow of The Whiteness Project. Listen