Radio Renaissance

Jared Taylor and Paul Kersey analyze a study that shows liberals simplify their language when they talk to blacks but conservatives don’t. They also discuss how race is affecting house values, student evaluations of professors, decriminalization of marijuana in New Jersey, and President Trump’s choices for the Presidential Medal of Freedom. Taylor and Kersey also report on the latest Twitter bans, what the “caravan” is up to, and the connection between states’ rights and female genital mutilation. Finally, they announce the brand new AmRen Podcasts YouTube Channel, to which all listeners are invited to subscribe.

Direct download: Taylor_Kersey_11-30-2018.mp3
Category:News & Politics -- posted at: 9:08am EST

Jared Taylor and Paul Kersey note that Mexicans are getting angry at the Central American illegals who are massing at the US border. They also discuss further legal setbacks to immigration control, the #OurTime Project, transit systems that give in to black fare-beaters, the saga of Samuel Little, Japan’s “immigration” policy, and hate crimes hoaxes at Kansas State. Taylor and Kersey end with warm wishes for Thanksgiving and list some of the things for which they are thankful. 

Direct download: Taylor_Kersey_11-20-2018.mp3
Category:News & Politics -- posted at: 8:39pm EST

Jared Taylor and Paul Kersey analyze the Left’s fascination with the race and sex of members of Congress. Taylor and Kersey also discuss sobering results of election exit polls, idiotic coverage of the latest “hate crimes” report, increasing “progressive” support for states’ rights, how a black college student tricked white Republicans, and why one judge ruled there should be no citizenship question on the census.

Direct download: Taylor_Kersey_11-15-2018.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 8:34pm EST

Jared Taylor and Paul Kersey devote the podcast to the 2018 mid-term elections, opening with a remarkably up-to-date quotation from Booker T. Washington. Taylor and Kersey’s racial analysis of candidates, campaigns, and results puts the election in historical and demographic perspective. They cover the prominent races—in Florida, Georgia, Texas—as well as the importance of less-well-known candidates such as John James, Lucy McBath, and Letitia James.

Direct download: Taylor_Kersey_11-7-2018.mp3
Category:News & Politics -- posted at: 8:14pm EST

Jared Taylor and Paul Kersey note the gloating tone of Michelle Goldberg’s New York Times op ed in which she looks forward “thrillingly” to our replacement. Taylor and Kersey also discuss Don Lemon’s white-guy ban, the return of Willie Horton, Donald Trump on anchor babies, attacks on Congressman Steve King, and Austria’s decision not to sign a suicide pact.

Direct download: Taylor_Kersey_11-2-2018.mp3
Category:News & Politics -- posted at: 11:19am EST

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