Thu, 28 June 2018
Jared Taylor and Paul Kersey analyze the “upset” victory of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez over Joseph Crowley in a Democratic congressional primary in New York City. It could hardly be an “upset” in a district that is only 18 percent white. They also discuss the latest multimillion dollar attempt at racial alchemy in schools, the 44 percent of blacks who think a second civil war is coming, how Netflix is being punished for its racial sins, and why Swedes are suddenly rethinking the welfare state.
Fri, 22 June 2018
Jared Taylor and Paul Kersey marvel at the hysteria and hatred that the Left has unleashed at President Trump’s attempt to enforce immigration law after adult illegals started using children as human shields to prevent catch-and-release. They also discuss the continuing rise of nationalism in Europe, the campaign against charter schools that are “too white,” how Harvard Medical School is “respecting its past in a different way” by erasing white men, the racial absurdity of World Cup teams, and what school teachers do when students use AmRen.com as a source for research papers.
Wed, 13 June 2018
Jared Taylor and Paul Kersey look into the background of Seth Grossman, a GOP candidate running to represent Atlantic City in Congress. Truth-telling is catching on. Taylor and Kersey also discuss recent studies about the resurgence of violent crime, European leaders who have learned how to say “no,” the future of the $20 bill, and what we can learn from a white couple with 14 children.
Thu, 7 June 2018
Henry Wolff and Paul Kersey discuss how Bill de Blasio is "pitting minority against minority" with a proposal to scrap entrance exams for elite NYC schools. The mayor wants to admit more blacks and Hispanics, but Asians aren't happy. Next they marvel at the numbers of "diversocrats" at two prominent universities. They then cover the New York Times' underhanded attack on "tradwives" before responding to reader questions about superheroes, alt-tech, and office politics.
Fri, 1 June 2018
Jared Taylor and Paul Kersey critique a Stockton, California, plan to find the most dangerous criminals in the city and then pay them $1,000 a month not to shoot each other. They also discuss the excommunication of Roseanne Barr, Starbucks’ bias training to promote “color brave” rather than “color blind,” the main issues in the primaries for the midterm Congressional elections, and some very encouraging developments in Europe.