Thu, 19 April 2018
Jared Taylor and Paul Kersey analyze Starbucks' policy of mandatory company-wide sackcloth and ashes after a store manager is accused of “racism,” and note that Cal Poly has also handed out collective punishment for isolated acts of “cultural appropriation.” They discuss the sad story of now-shuttered Charlotte Law School, and Jared Taylor talks about his recent European speaking tour. They conclude with passages from Enoch Powell’s great “Rivers of Blood” speech, which was delivered exactly 50 years ago.
Fri, 13 April 2018
Henry Wolff and Paul Kersey tell the story of a WWII veteran who was murdered in the home he'd lived in for over 70 years. The perp blames poverty and discrimination for his actions. The also discuss Viktor Orban's sweeping victory in the Hungarian elections and why liberals claim it is somehow a threat to "democracy."
Thu, 5 April 2018
Henry Wolff and Paul Kersey discuss a Yahoo News story highlighting the decline of Selma, Alabama, in the wake of the civil rights movement. They also cover a lawsuit which may reveal the extent to which Harvard's admissions policies discriminate against whites and Asians. Finally, they praise President Trump for his promise to send the military to the US-Mexico border.