Wed, 31 January 2018
Jared Taylor and Paul Kersey analyze Donald Trump’s first State of the Union address and—more significantly—the revealing ways in which the Democrats and the Black Congressional Caucus reacted to it. They also report on bits of sanity that are beginning to infiltrate mainstream reporting on urban decay and black crime, and speculate that the easy availability of alternative voices—such as theirs—mean that big media can no longer pretend that genes don’t matter. Taylor and Kersey also discuss Michael Moore’s latest outbursts, the comedic lawsuit Gloria Allred brought against Walmart, and Los Angeles’s sad collapse into diversity.
Fri, 26 January 2018
Jared Taylor and Paul Kersey talk about the effect the newly-released photo of Barack Obama with Louis Farrakhan could have had on his run for the presidency, and recall some of Jeremiah Wright's choice words. They also talk about the replacement in Baltimore of Lee and Jackson with Harriet Tubman, the new concept of blackness as a "disability," the latest pathetic manifestation of "Stockholm Syndrome," multi-culti additions to the PISA test, and Trump's long-overdue campaign to deport high-profile illegals.
Mon, 22 January 2018
Jared Taylor and Paul Kersey explain the implications of California’s new self-designation as a “sanctuary state.” Will Jeff Sessions have the spine to arrest local officials who violate federal law? Mr. Taylor and Mr. Kersey also talk about a black St. Louis official who has been spanked for truth-telling, a new estimate from Yale that there could be as many as 23 million illegals, the implications of “Blaxit,” and signs of race-realism sneaking into the upcoming general elections in Italy.
Mon, 15 January 2018
Jared Taylor and Paul Kersey explain how the Obama administration used “temporary protected status” to grant de facto amnesty to illegal immigrants from “s**thole” countries. Donald Trump is withdrawing that status and sending home Haitians and Salvadorans. Trump is also enforcing other regulations to speed up deportation. Taylor and Kersey also praise Victor Orban’s strong statements on migrants, and laugh at Mayor De Blasio's attempts to sanitize “offensive” public monuments in New York City.
Mon, 8 January 2018
Jared Taylor and Paul Kersey discuss the racial implications of the new Disney/Marvel movie The Black Panther. They also describe the astonishing lengths to which white men are being kept out of design and construction of the Obama presidential library, the Israeli policy to expel African "infiltrators," and the disturbing implications of Germany's new anti-free-speech laws.