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The last three weeks have left white Americans in shock and awe. The Republican Party has officially sided with violent criminals over police, transsexuals over Christians, and Howard Zinn's "Juneteenth" 1619 over George Washington's 1776. As GOP Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell condemns white people for the "original sin" of racism, voters are hearing them... Read More
“In the absence of clinical therapies or a vaccine for coronavirus, the successful return to work rests, very plainly, on the willingness of the citizenry to cover up, keep clean and keep a distance.” (“The Ethics of Social Distancing: A Libertarian Perspective.”) If businesses want customers to resume consumption and workers to stay safe and... Read More
Is America, in lockdown, with 26 million unemployed and entering a new depression, up for a confrontation and Cold War with China? For that appears to be where the GOP wishes to lead us. According to Politico, a 57-page memo from Mitch McConnell's senatorial committee instructs GOP candidates to blame the coronavirus pandemic on China,... Read More
Donald Trump has officially endorsed Tommy Tuberville against lifelong anti-immigration Senator Jeff Sessions in the upcoming Alabama primary runoff. Sessions was one of the first and only political figures to endorse the president during his 2016 long shot campaign. Tuberville, a football coach who has quickly raised millions of dollars for his campaign, was profiled... Read More
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There's no question that American bastions of power - business, courts, intelligence services, media, ivy league universities - are firmly in the grip of Jewish oligarchs and the 10-15% of upper middle class professionals that form their second estate. Conservatives, with the exception of a few Israel-hawks and economic libertarians, are absent in this demographic.... Read More
With the entirety of the presstitute media endeavoring to turn second-hand hear-say into an impeachable offense, do not expect to hear any contrary news. Such as: This on Zero Hedge: Adam Shifty Schiff involved in illegal sodomite drug den EXPOSED: This on en Volve: BOMBSHELL: Feds Investigating Adam Schiff’s ‘Disturbing Behavior’ At Ed Buck’s Sex... Read More
Earlier: Immigration, Not White Suburbs, Turning VA Blue. GOP Still Can Win With Sailer Strategy—But Ultimately Needs An Immigration Moratorium We had elections this week for various kinds of state and local positions. The results were mixed, pluses and minuses, but it looked to me like mostly minuses. On the plus side: voters in Washington... Read More
vasenatevdare
Despite the size of the red districts, this was a narrow (in the Senate) for the blue team, because of greater population in the blue regions—including immigrants. It’s official, maybe: Virginia is blue. Republicans lost control of the Old Dominion’s General Assembly on Tuesday, an Election-Day blowout that put Virginia’s government in Democrat hands. Political... Read More
Voters, left and right, have rejected Martin Luther King, affirmative action and sanctuary cities along with market liberal economics. The Republican party ran TPUSA-style campaigns framing their opponents as abortionists and "socialists" in Virginia and the Kentucky governor's race, the latter which was only competitive thanks to Donald Trump's last minute intervention. The GOP strategy... Read More
gaetzvdare
Florida Rep. Matt Gaetz (FL-1) led the charge against Rep. Adam Schiff’s Star Chamber impeachment this week—literally. Gaetz and 25 other Republicans burst into an impeachment hearing in a secure Capitol Hill conference room on Wednesday [House Republicans Literally Storm the Impeachment Hearings, by Sam Brodey and Sam Stein, The Daily Beast, October 23, 2019].... Read More
kochsadgeorge
See also The Strange (Well, Actually, Absolutely Predictable) Death Of Left-Libertarianism Donors to Donald Trump’s election campaign now have to worry about being doxxed and harassed by crazed totalitarian Democrats [Shaming Trump donors by revealing they donated to Trump? What’s wrong with that?, by Michael Hiltzik, Los Angeles Times, August 8, 2019]. But one well-known... Read More
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See earlier, by Charlottesville Survivor:THE SYSTEM REPUDIATED: City’s Own Report Confirms Charlottesville Police, Politicians Conspired To Suppress Unite The Right Rally America is in the midst of another Ruling Class-orchestrated Moral Panicafter El Paso, this time aimed at suppressing all debate on immigration, two years after the Democrat mugging of the August 11-12 2017 Unite... Read More
squadattack
New! Follow James Kirkpatrick on Twitter @VDAREJamesK Republicans still don’t know how to talk about race, identity and nation. Which is a problem, because, as an article in Axios recently bragged, “The single biggest threat to Republicans’ long-term viability is demographics”. [The GOP’s demographic decay, by Jim VandeHei and Mike Allen, July 18, 2019] The... Read More
kirkpatrickreplacement
Now An Irrepressible Conflict—With Or Without Trump
“The Cold Civil War” is heating up with the fight between President Donald Trump and “The Squad” of Leftist minority congresswomen, particularly former refugee Ilhan Omar. The question in this political struggle is as fundamental as the one at the center of the more violent 19th century conflict: The Republican base clearly believes the U.S.... Read More
heirsof
Overall, President Donald Trump has disappointed patriots but he’s still set in motion a Republican transformation that can’t be stopped. The top concerns for GOP voters now: building the wall and limiting legal and illegal immigration. Serious Republican candidates for office now have to talk about immigration to maintain grassroots credibility—or else, like Justin Amash,... Read More
tedcruzmaza
See also: Requiem For Lauren Southern—And The Free Internet. Our Fight Continues Tech Totalitarianism hit a new crescendo last week with Google-owned YouTube’s purge and disturbing revelations about Pinterest, a social media site used mostly by women for collecting pictures. It is now indisputable that the tech giants have a systematic bias against patriots and... Read More
brooksmulticult
New York Times token conservative columnist David Brooks [Email him] think it’s time for conservatives to stop fighting multiculturalism and embrace it. Otherwise, the GOP is doomed. [The Coming G.O.P. Apocalypse, by David Brooks, The New York Times, June 3, 2019] Brooks argues young people are less white and love diversity and immigration. He laments... Read More
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See, earlier by Ann Coulter: Trump's Failing On Immigration. Don't Ask Me To Lie About It Three weeks ago, after Donald J. Trump abandoned the government shutdown and declared a national emergency to get some funding for his border wall, I asked: Did Trump Save His Presidency? Maybe—IF He Doesn’t INCREASE Legal Immigration. Unfortunately, and... Read More
Pat Buchanan in Manchester, NH. Credit: Wikimedia Commons
Back this past November 2018 Patrick J. Buchanan celebrated his 80th birthday. For those of us who have known him over the years and counted him as a friend it appears as if time has stood still—it seems only yesterday that Pat was holding forth on CNN’s “Crossfire,” and that he was running for president,... Read More
equity
President Donald Trump usually has good political instincts, but he didn’t get it when it comes to Virginia’s latest political “scandal.” “African-Americans are very angry at the double standard on full display in Virginia,” President Trump tweeted on Sunday, after Governor Ralph Northam refused to resign after being busted for appearing in blackface in a... Read More
stevekingwn
And then they came for Steve King. The immigration patriot Iowa congressman fell for a Main Stream Media setup in The New York Times. [Before Trump, Steve King Set the Agenda for the Wall and Anti-Immigrant Politics, by Trip Gabriel, January 10, 2019] The clickbait headlines screamed Steve King had asked why “white nationalist, white... Read More
Washington is once again gripped by the specter of a government shutdown, as Congress and President Trump negotiate an end-of-year spending deal. A main issue of contention is funding for President Trump’s border wall. Sadly, but not surprisingly, neither Congress nor the administration is fighting to cut, or at least not increase, spending. Federal spending... Read More
reihan
Ten years earlier, by Steve Sailer: Grand New Party Recycles Old (But Good!) VDARE.COM Ideas If America were still a nation-state, Reihan Salam’s new book, Melting Pot Or Civil War, might be a valuable contribution to the immigration debate. Unfortunately, there’s a contradiction at its heart: the Civil War is already here—and the anti-white Left... Read More
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Above, the ex-Speaker is pictured with Al Sharpton during a 2009 tour promoting education, a faux pas by Gingrich so weird it was condemned by Jennifer Rubin. See, earlier, by Hubert Collins: From 80 to 60 Percent White: How to Lose a Congressional District, No Matter WHAT Kind Of Republican You Are Before contemplating the... Read More
cobb
See also by Paul Kersey about Georgia: The Atlanta School Scandal After A Year and The “Great Tree” Of Atlanta…And The Not-Coincidental War Against White America Brian Kemp has declared himself the next governor of Georgia and resigned as The Peach State’s secretary. But he might not want to discard the classified job ads just... Read More
After a 50-year siege, the great strategic fortress of liberalism has fallen. With the elevation of Judge Brett Kavanaugh, the Supreme Court seems secure for constitutionalism -- perhaps for decades. The shrieks from the gallery of the Senate chamber as the vote came in on Saturday, and the sight of that bawling mob clawing at... Read More
shipoffools
Since the late fall of 2016, Democrats and other Leftist types have been decrying President Donald J. Trump as “not normal” and a “threat to democracy.” Of course, this is hogwash of the most rank sort. The same people lambasting Trump for his supposed “authoritarianism” are the same people who have created the modern American... Read More
Republican leaders are "a bunch of wimps," said Jerry Falwell Jr. Conservatives and Christians need to stop electing "nice guys." "The US needs street fighters like Donald Trump at every level of government because the liberal fascists Dems are playing for keeps." So tweeted the son and namesake of the founder of the Moral Majority,... Read More
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This has, in my opinion, been an unfortunate week in the politics of our republic. From a partisan political point of view the Senate Judiciary Committee hearings on Judge Kavanaugh. have ended well, with Kavanaugh being voted through by the committee. The entire Senate will vote on his appointment to the Supreme Court next week.... Read More
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By the time this column goes to press, Christine Blah-Blah Ford would’ve appeared before the coven once considered the greatest deliberative body in the world: The United States Senate. At the time of writing, however—on the eve of a hearing conducted by the Senate Judiciary Committee to ascertain the veracity of Blasey Ford’s sexual assault... Read More
disgusting
See also: Unless The GOP Learns To Handle Anti-White Race-Baiting Attacks, It’s Done—And So Is The Historic American Nation A recent poll finds black Democrat Andrew Gillum is building a comfortable lead over white Republican Ron DeSantis in the Florida governor’s race. [New poll shows Gillum leading DeSantis by 6 points, by Tim Swift, Local... Read More
theecon
The fuss over Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh having allegedly copped a feel from a high-school girl 35 or 36 years ago blew up just after last week's Radio Derb went to tape. My own first reaction, when I first heard the accuser's account of what happened, was: "They're making a fuss about that?" But... Read More
According to a recent Reuters/Ipsos survey, 70 percent of Americans, including about 50 percent of Republicans, support Medicare for all, the latest incarnation of single-payer health care. Republican support for a health plan labeled “Medicare for all” is not surprising considering that Republican politicians support Medicare and that one of their attacks on Obamacare was... Read More
calledtrump
Stephen Miller is reportedly the last staffer the president trusts in his own White House, as the Commander-in-Chief fears, accurately, there is a “coup” being launched against him. [Stephen Miller May Be the Only Staffer Trump Trusts Now, by Ed Kilgore, New York Magazine, September 13, 2018] The president trusts Miller because he shares Trump’s... Read More
racebaiting
Republicans may not be interested in racial politics, but racial politics is interested in them. Unfortunately, they have no idea how to respond—and it’s going to start costing them elections. Florida GOP gubernatorial candidate Ron DeSantis, running against black Democrat nominee Andrew Gillum, is currently reeling from a Fake News media controversy accusing him of... Read More
nevertrumpers
Headliner of the week was the anonymous op-ed published in the New York Anti-White Times on Wednesday by—from the byline—"a senior official in the Trump administration whose identity is known to us and whose job would be jeopardized by its disclosure." From the tone of the thing, the respectful references to tax cuts and "a... Read More
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To listen to political psychologists and demographers, women are “abandoning the Republican Party” and voting for progressive policies because “they care about reproductive rights.” Get it? Women “care.” What do they care about? “Rights.” The implication, at least, is that “the gender gap in American politics” is related to something women possess in greater abundance... Read More
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NY-14 Winner Ocasio-Cortez No Fluke--The Democratic Party IS Tipping!
The idea that demography is political destiny is not new. Peter Brimelow and Edwin Rubenstein warned of its dangers in the pages of National Review in the 1990s. Steve Sailer later argued that Republicans would fare better by targeting white voters. The problem with these observations was not their accuracy, but their audience. The GOP... Read More
As promised last week on Radio Derb, the GOP leadership in the House of Representatives has brought forth proposals for legislation, and those proposals are just as bad as I told you they would be. Chris Chmielenski over at NumbersUSA has all the grisly details. As Chris says, it's basically the good old Gang of... Read More
corey1
The victory of Corey Stewart in the Virginia Republican Senate primary has led to the greatest outbreak of Main Stream Media wailing since Donald Trump won the GOP nomination for the presidency. The hoaxsters over at Rolling Stone whined, “Virginia Republicans Are Rallying Behind A True Bigot: Corey Stewart.” [by Tim Dickinson, June 14, 2018]... Read More
sessions
The congressional GOP leas by House Speaker Paul Ryan has been meeting this week to try to get Republican immigration legislation through the House. There is a deadline looming: next Tuesday, June 12th. Twenty-three of the most RINO-ish Republican representatives have been pushing for a discharge petition. [House Republican factions hunt for immigration deal, By... Read More
"There is no Republican Party. There's a Trump party," John Boehner told a Mackinac, Michigan, gathering of the GOP faithful last week. "The Republican Party is kind of taking a nap somewhere." Ex-Speaker Boehner should probably re-check the old party's pulse, for the Bush-Boehner GOP may not just be napping. It could be comatose. Consider.... Read More
trumpgop
What About A “Narrow” Vote On Official English/ E-Verify/ A Remittance Tax?
President Trump has apparently taken our advice and placed the immigration issue at the forefront of the upcoming midterms battle, hammering the Democrats at his exuberant rally in Nashville, TN. [Trump tests midterm message on immigration, MS-13 ‘animals’ during Tenn. Rally, by Jessica Taylor, NPR, May 29, 2018] Trump even resurrected his old chestnut about... Read More
mawa
The midterm elections this coming Fall are shaping up to be really interesting, culturally as well as politically. The political question is of course whether the Republican Party will lose control of the House and/or the Senate. Current pollster wisdom is: Yes, the GOP will likely lose the House, but probably not the Senate. There... Read More
bratcomp
Glenn Beck is putting on a Make America Great Again hat [Glenn Beck blames media for complete 180: ‘I’ll vote for Trump,’ by Virginia Kruta, Daily Caller, May 18, 2018]. The Republican Party and Conservatism Inc. slowly reconciles itself to President Donald Trump. The Commander in Chief is at 50 percent approval ratings in some... Read More
Trump with Sheldon and Miriam Adelson, photo from Andy Aboud in Vegas, undated
The simple truth about John Bolton’s appointment to national security adviser is that the Republicans need Sheldon Adelson’s money in order to be competitive in the coming midterms, and John Bolton is a tool of Sheldon Adelson. The appointment of course is a complete reversal of Donald Trump’s declaration during the campaign that the Iraq... Read More
After the victory of Donald Trump in 2016, the GOP held the Senate and House, two-thirds of the governorships, and 1,000 more state legislators than they had on the day Barack Obama took office. "The Republican Party has not been this dominant in 90 years," went the exultant claim. A year later, Republicans lost the... Read More
From Lincoln to William McKinley to Theodore Roosevelt, and from Warren Harding through Calvin Coolidge, the Republican Party erected the most awesome manufacturing machine the world had ever seen. And, as the party of high tariffs through those seven decades, the GOP was rewarded by becoming America's Party. Thirteen Republican presidents served from 1860 to... Read More
takeover
It was only two years ago that then-candidate Trump avoided the annual Conservative Political Action Conference [CPAC] because it looked likely he would be booed by “true conservatives.” At this year’s CPAC, both President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence were treated as conquering heroes, leading the Main Stream Media to declare the president’s... Read More
wsjimmigration
I’ve recently been cheering the fact that our country has awoken from its immigration slumbers and is now at last discussing the issue publicly in a reasoned, well-informed, grown-up way. Not ex-President George W. Bush, though. He’s still mumbling out the threadbare slogans of fifteen years ago—slogans even the cheap-labor shills are now embarrassed to... Read More
PastClassics
The unspoken statistical reality of urban crime over the last quarter century.
Talk TV sensationalists and axe-grinding ideologues have fallen for a myth of immigrant lawlessness.
Which superpower is more threatened by its “extractive elites”?
How a Young Syndicate Lawyer from Chicago Earned a Fortune Looting the Property of the Japanese-Americans, then Lived...