Renaissance Radio

Jared Taylor and Paul Kerseu explain how the changing demographics of Georgia mean a black Democrat could become governor without even bothering to court the white vote, but conclude that she is probably four years ahead of her time. They also describe a lefty organization’s plan to gather (probably bogus) self-reported hate crime data and a survey of Dartmouth students that shows how bigoted Democrats are. They end with answers to questions from listeners.

Direct download: Taylor_Kersey_5-25-2018.mp3
Category:News & Politics -- posted at: 10:21am EST

Jared Taylor and Paul Kersey remember the remarkable life and work of Tom Wolfe, who wrote novels to “document contemporary society” and saw through the sham and futility of “diversity.” They also discuss the astonishing contrast between the hostility to “whiteness” on college campuses and the alleged trauma of being a black college student. They examine the latest fashion of criticizing whites who call the police on suspicious blacks, and discuss Heather Mac Donald’s latest master work, Canadian residential schools, and Spike Lee’s latest movie, BlacKKKlansman.

Direct download: Taylor_Kersey_5-18-2018.mp3
Category:News & Politics -- posted at: 10:00am EST

Jared Taylor and Paul Kersey wish everyone a happy Mother’s Day, especially the black mothers bailed out of jail to be with their children. They also marvel at how anyone can blame white racism for high black STD rates, and discuss Scotland Yard’s “racist” Gang Matrix, new British guidelines for sentencing thought criminals, London’s murder rate that now rivals that of New York, blacks in tech jobs, and heartening developments in Sweden.

Direct download: Taylor_Kersey_5-11-2018.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 9:36am EST

Jared Taylor and Paul Kersey comment on the settlements both by Starbucks and the city of Philadelphia to Donte Robinson and Rashon Nelson. They also discuss the AmRen conference, the Central American caravan of "asylum seekers," the no-longer-boy scouts, the use of big data in "predictive policing," and how an ancestry DNA database helped solve a 30-year-old string of murders.

Direct download: Taylor_Kersey_5-3-2018.mp3
Category:News & Politics -- posted at: 4:10pm EST

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