Fri, 24 November 2017
Jared Taylor and Paul Kersey describe the media reaction to the FBI's warning about black extremists who believe killing white cops is a form of liberation. They also dissect the latest attacks on Thanksgiving, Google and Twitter's attempts to censor the internet, and draw lessons from the 37-year reign of Sir Robert Gabriel Mugabe.
Thu, 16 November 2017
UCLA basketball players commit theft in China; Presidents Trump and Jinping intervene. NYT op-ed says black-white friendships are impossible in the age of Trump. Anti-white hate crimes are up.
Fri, 10 November 2017
Jared Taylor and Paul Kersey marvel at the obtuseness of people who can’t imagine why non-whites commit hoaxes, and at the reaction to the discovery that the notorious incident at the Air Force Academy prep school was a hoax. Mr. Taylor cites the almost identical case of Sabrina Collins 27 years ago. Also discussed: the bronze statue of Marion Barry to go up in front of DC city hall, an amateur statistician who discovered that 95.6 percent of rapists in Sweden are foreigners, and “It’s Ok to be white” comes to Harvard Law School.
Fri, 3 November 2017
Jared Taylor talks about the overseas lecture tour that kept him off Radio Renaissance for several weeks. He and Paul Kersey then discuss the AmRen series of articles on whether Europe can survive the coming tsunami of African immigration. They also talk about the brilliant "It's OK to be white" campaign that has sown terror throughout the Western world, and the absurd kink in our immigration system that brought us Sayfullo Habibullaevic Saipov.