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In the storm that erupted over the leaked draft opinion of Justice Samuel Alito, which would overturn Roe v. Wade, a secondary alarm has arisen among our elites. If Roe is overturned, it is said, a whole raft of Supreme Court rulings rooted in the same principles and legal reasoning could be overturned as well.... Read More
Politico recently reported that the Supreme Court will probably overturn Roe v. Wade. Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot tweeted that the leak was a “call to arms,” and for progressives, it meant protests, threats, and property destruction. White advocates are divided on abortion. There are pro-lifers who may oppose it because some people think it is... Read More
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The U.S. Supreme Court will make history this summer if it overturns the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision that imposed unrestricted abortion nation-wide. The leaked draft of the opinion sent pro-abortion Leftists into foaming fits and has dominated news coverage all week. But this mightn’t be the only historic decision the court makes in the... Read More
"He that filches from me my good name robs me of that which not enriches him, and makes me poor indeed," Iago tells Othello in William Shakespeare's play. The belief that defamation is serious, and that the perpetrator of libel or slander deserves to be punished, is a standard trope in popular culture. The Hollywood... Read More
I believe that the defendants of the trials in the Ahmaud Arbery case have been victims of a terrible, anti-white miscarriage of justice. Only dissidents — people such as me and John Derbyshire — seem to understand this. I don’t know of a single “conservative” who has pointed out the judge’s biases, the black-power intimidation... Read More
Legal scholars have the perfect solution. This video is available on BitChute, Brighteon, and Odysee. I have already made videos on cities and states that have stopped enforcing certain laws only because non-whites – especially blacks – break them so often. For example, riding the subway without paying. Fare-beating has been decriminalized in San Francisco,... Read More
Kimberly Gardner, a black American Democrat circuit attorney in St Louis hired a black American FBI agent to help her frame white American Republican Missouri governor on false charges. Gardner’s scheme blew up in her face. This corrupt George Soros-backed Democrat prosecutor faces disciplinary hearings and loss of law license. She would face worse but... Read More
Convicted hate crime hoaxer Jussie Smollett walked out of jail after serving only six days of a 150-day sentence. The black gay actor who claimed he was assaulted by two whites wearing MAGA hats in Chicago in January 2019, was tried last December for lying to police and found guilty of five of six counts... Read More
US Supreme Court Reinstates Death Sentence for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, Victim of Boston Marathon Bombing Frameup In a 6-3 decision today the US Supreme Court overturned the ruling by the appeals court that had set aside the death sentence of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev on the grounds that he did not receive a fair trial. He most certainly... Read More
The greatest source of fear is the unknown. Few things are more terrifying than an arbitrary justice system. That’s what we face in America today. A jury convicted Travis McMichael, Gregory McMichael, and William “Roddy” Bryan of federal hate crimes against the late Ahmaud Arbery. This may seem redundant because they were already facing life... Read More
There has probably never been a time when the media and the public — especially blacks — have been more hostile to police officers. The three men who were helping Derek Chauvin try to arrest George Floyd (pictured below) are on trial in a case that, in normal times, would never have led to indictments.... Read More
A black man shoots a white man in the head and claims self-defense. Part Two covers the defense witnesses, including the shooter himself, closing arguments, and verdict. In a road-rage incident on September 22, 2020 in Milwaukee, a black bicyclist named Theodore Edgecomb shot and killed an unarmed white man named Jason Cleereman. Mr. Edgecomb... Read More
Scrolling through the comment sections under news stories about Sarah Palin's defamation lawsuit against the New York Times — dismissed by a judge while a non-sequestered jury was still deliberating and no doubt next heading to an appeals court — provides ample evidence of the dismal state of political tribalization in this country. With few... Read More
Earlier: Have At 'Em, Antifa! The New Free Speech—Ann Coulter On VDARE Vs. Colorado Springs WARNING TO VDARE.COM SUPPORTERS: February 25, 2022 (or shortly thereafter, we may not know for a while) could be a particularly hard day in our 22-year life—and we’ve survived many hard days since the Ruling Class (Tech Totalitarian division) began... Read More
If you followed the trial of the men involved in the death of Ahmaud Arbery, you know that they were victims of a terrible miscarriage of justice. Three men who had no criminal records and who were trying to protect their neighborhood were found guilty of murder, and two were sentenced to life imprisonment without... Read More
How easy should it be to sue a newspaper or other news outlet for defamation? Thanks to a 1964 Supreme Court decision and the proliferation of constitutionally dubious "anti-SLAPP" laws, it's virtually impossible for someone who accuses a media company of lying about him or her to get to trial, much less win a damage... Read More
A black man shoots a white man in the head and claims self-defense. Part One covers opening arguments and prosecution witnesses, including the woman who watched her husband die. When the defense team for accused murderer Theodore Edgecomb — a black Milwaukee man who shot a white man to death — decided to claim self-defense,... Read More
Nearly a decade ago, the Edward Snowden revelations prompted a national debate about data security. Polls show that a growing number of Americans take data security precautions such as choosing different passwords for online accounts and using encrypted communications platforms such as Signal. Eight out of 10 people believe companies should be required to obtain... Read More
Parents teach their children: You make a mess, you clean it up. Twenty years ago, the United States government transformed its naval base at Guantanamo Bay into a legal, moral and foreign-policy disaster. It's time for President Joe Biden to fulfill his promise to complete the task his predecessors didn't have the wisdom or desire... Read More
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The Regime Media is upset that the U.S. Supreme Court has accepted a case challenging Affirmative Action in college admissions [The Supreme Court adds affirmative action to its potential hit list, by Nina Totenberg, NPR, January 24, 2022]. And maybe it should be. In the famous case of Marbury v. Madison, Chief Justice John Marshall... Read More
The American political system based on the separation of powers has held for now against the tyrannical developments that are sweeping away civil liberty in the “free West.” The US Supreme Court deep-sixed Biden’s mandate that employees of private businesses must be injected with the dangerous Covid “vaccine” despite the evidence that the “vaccine” does... Read More
After the September 11 terrorist attacks, there was a debate over showing violent footage on television. It might provoke anger against Muslims. The National Interest ran an article last September 12 saying that there had been too much media coverage, and it drove Americans into an “angry,” warlike mood. Most people understand that showing people... Read More
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Those who follow the politics of crime all know the song and dance routine where racial justice radicals demand defunding the police, ending mass incarceration and the de-criminalization of minor offenses, all followed by rejoinders that these policies largely victimizes vulnerable minorities, On balance, it would seem, an apparent airtight case for law and order,... Read More
Experts blame Covid. This video is available on BitChute. The year 2020 was famous for the biggest increase in murders ever recorded in the United States: a 30 percent jump in a single year, for a total of 21,570 murders. Here are the numbers going back to 1990. You can see the increase in 2020,... Read More
[Excerpted from the latest Radio Derb, now available exclusively through VDARE.com] The great 18th-century satirist Jonathan Swift, the chap who wrote Gulliver's Travels, also wrote his own epitaph, as people sometimes do. "Here he lies," says the epitaph in Latin, "ubi sæva indignatio ulterius cor lacerare nequit"—"where savage indignation can no longer lacerate his heart."... Read More
To truly understand what happened on January 6, you have to have played through all 5 Metal Gear Solid games.
After the big deal this week with everyone talking about Ray Epps after it was brought up in Congressional hearings, the Justice Department has finally charged people with sedition, i.e., insurrection. Read the details of that blow-up here: Ted Cruz Attempts Redemption, Crushes FBI Wench at Hearing Regarding 1/6 Violence Several members of the Oath... Read More
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The Stalinist-era Soviet Union was notorious for stripping dissidents of their professional credentials and subjecting them to psychiatric inquisitions. Today, the USA is following in the USSR’s footsteps. An early victim—and a canary in the proverbial coal mine—is Maine physician Meryl Nass. On January 11 Maine’s Board of Licensure in Medicine suspended Dr. Nass’s license... Read More
One of the great flaws of the Anglosphere is litigiousness. Almost everything important is decided in court. This shows the high trust Anglos have in their institutions. Unfortunately, these institutions can be turned into sophisticated tools for white dispossession. The court system has been corrupted and whites need to recognize this. Whites just got a... Read More
A recent Washington Post/University of Maryland poll found that 34 percent of Americans think violent action against the government can be justifiable. This view is held by 40 percent of Republicans and 23 percent of Democrats. The result may seem surprising since leftists have been responsible for much of the recent politically-motivated violence, and many... Read More
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The convicted murderers of Ahmaud Arbery were sentenced yesterday. Travis McMichael, who is 35 and pulled the trigger, got life in prison with no possibility of parole. His 66-year-old father Greg, who was riding with him, got the same, so both will die in prison – barring appeal. William “Roddie” Bryan, 52, who drove separately... Read More
But is all wrong anyway. This video is available on BitChute, Brighteon, and Odysee. It’s been a year since the January 6th Capitol riot, so we are getting stiff reminders of how awful it was. The New York Times anniversary cover story said it was “an anti-democratic insurrection,” and “an attempt to overturn democracy” that... Read More
A young father and his infant son were murdered by a black criminal in Kirksville, Missouri last week. 22-year-old Braxton Cottrill, 18-month-old Parker, 18-year-old Alissa Anders, and 21-year-old Randall Yarrington were shot in an alleged ambush by 22-year-old Anquan Glover. Cottrill and Parker both died, while Anders remains in critical condition. The shooting occurred on... Read More
It’s time to free these niggas out the system. And free the nuggets out the chicken. This a fat nigga. New York Post: To be clear: reclassifying a black crime as misdemeanor is basically the same thing as decriminalization. They can’t go to jail and nothing happens if they don’t show up to hearings or... Read More
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VDARE.com Editor Peter Brimelow writes: Not content with treading on Christmas with Hanukkah etc., the Democrat-Media Complex apparently has now decided to swamp Epiphany, traditionally the end of the Christmas season, with mass public ululations about their January 6 Capitol Insurrection Hoax. Thus Witchfinder in-chief Merrick Garland, in an overwrought speech opening the ritual, actually... Read More
There has been a lot of speculation regarding whether convicted sex offender Ghislaine Maxwell will now "spill the beans" on the folks in power who exploited those young female offerings pedophile Jeffrey Epstein made available. No chance of that, I am afraid, as the trial itself was narrowly construed and limited to certain sex related... Read More
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[Excerpted from the latest Radio Derb, now available exclusively through VDARE.com] Mandatory upbeat story for the upcoming New Year: Americans are pushing back against the antiwhite radicals in the political, media, judicial and medical Establishments. First exhibit: Nicholas Sandmann has come to another settlement with the media Bolsheviks[Nicholas Sandmann reaches settlement with NBC in Covington... Read More
A new entry in the Associated Press' series chronicling the purported heroism of Joseph Moore, a 10 year FBI informant who infiltrated the Ku Klux Klan, was published yesterday with an accompanying video. Starting last July, the AP has published segments on Moore featuring FBI surveillance footage captured by informer during his time inside a... Read More
If America's so free and fair, why is Julian Assange, innocent in natural law, so terrified of being extradited to the USA? And why must journalist Glenn Greenwald live abroad, after heroically helping whistleblower Edward Snowden, now safely ensconced in Russia? American heroes living abroad for fear of the American Security State? Time perhaps to... Read More
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Rep. Bennie Thompson, Head Of Jan. 6 Witch Hunt, Thought Insurrection Was Fine—For Blacks In The 1960s
Earlier: CAPITOL "INSURRECTION" HOAX: How Our Lying Press Would Have Spun Jan 6 Protest If Trump Were A Democrat [VIDEO] Imagine a world in which David Duke was elected to Congress and put in charge of a select committee to investigate the Antifa-Black Lives Matters riots of 2020. You can’t imagine that because it could... Read More
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See also: JOHN DERBYSHIRE: America Is Becoming A Lawless Society and JOHN DERBYSHIRE: Smollett, Maxwell, Potter—Another Bad Week For The U.S. Justice System I've been banging on recently about how we have become a lawless society. Here are some random updates on that. When I got my Suffolk County NY pistol permit back in 2000... Read More
Actor Jussie Smollett is now officially a hate crime hoaxer; a jury in Chicago’s Cook County found him guilty of five out of six charges of disorderly conduct for lying to police, including two charges specifically for claiming to be a victim of a hate crime. Mr. Smollett was an unknown actor when he was... Read More
A jury has convicted actor Jussie Smollett on five of six charges of disorderly conduct for lying to police about staging a “hate crime” hoax against himself. He could get prison time or probation. Judge James Linn has scheduled a post-trial hearing for January 27, and sentencing will come later. Mr. Smollett’s black lawyer Tamara... Read More
The corrupt UK High Court is nothing but an extension of the corrupt US Department of Justice (sic) and has done its duty to serve as Washington’s agent. The charges against Julian Assange make no sense. Assange is not an American citizen, but the charges against him assume that he is a US citizen in... Read More
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Adapted from the latest Radio Derb, available exclusively at VDARE.com My faith in the integrity of courtroom justice was holed below the waterline twenty-some years ago, when I followed the child sex-abuse hysterias of the 1980s and 1990s. Those were shameful injustices, travesties of justice. Decent, harmless citizens like Gerald Amirault and his family—there were... Read More
Well, at least Julian looks a bit healthier. RT: The UK High Court has granted the US government’s appeal over the refusal to extradite WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange, opening the door for his eventual trial on American soil on espionage charges. In January, a district court denied the US extradition request, citing the vulnerable mental... Read More
This week, David Vance and your columnist talk to Anne Wilson Smith, author of “Charlottesville Untold: Inside Unite the Right.” This is BIG, folks—a Big Soviet Lie à la America. Not that you’d know this from the malfunctioning media, but the 2017 rally in Virginia to protest the removal of the statue of Robert E.... Read More
Oh God, oh God. Can we humans not contract out our governance to, say, cephalopods and stop trying to manage our own affairs? I mean, really. Girl octopodes are both smart and leggy. They aren’t crazy. What more do we want? Recently we have had the verdicts in the Rittenhouse and Arbery trials, with which... Read More
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[Excerpted from the latest Radio Derb, now available exclusively through VDARE.com] Last week, after the verdicts in the Kyle Rittenhouse trial, I was jubilant. This, I said, referring to Kenosha, Wisconsin, this was small-town America at its best. The old values still stand, I said; yes, the old procedures still work; and yes, justice can... Read More
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After Kyle Rittenhouse was found to have acted in self-defense during the riots in Kenosha, Wisconsin, there was some hope that the three defendants in the Arbery case might be acquitted. There are similarities: Mr. Rittenhouse shot the first man, Joseph Rosenbaum, when he lunged and tried to take away Mr. Rittenhouse’s rifle. The shaky,... Read More
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There are a lot of people in America with a lot of problems. Many of these people do not hurt other people. For example, wage slaves caught up working multiple jobs just to survive. They are a group that could easily be helped by government regulation. Instead, government regulation favors corporations and the ultra wealthy,... Read More
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