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Earlier by Patrick J. Buchanan:
See, earlier,
See, earlier
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Regular readers of VDARE will be familiar with what Steve Sailer calls here. I am for ever grateful to Mark for that, and will bu
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See, earlier, by Patrick J. Buchanan:
June 8th marked the 70th anniversary of the publication of Nineteen Eighty-Four, one of the half-dozen greatest pieces of imaginative fiction the last century produced, and the most politically potent. My own feelings about the book are more personal than the average. For one thing I am the same age as the protagonist Winston Smith,... Read More
forslavery
The issue of reparations for black slavery got an airing in Congress last week, curiously coinciding with renewed Main Stream Media drumbeating for the white-guilting
I got a little blast from the past reading Razib Khan's May 13th piece at National Review:
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So I sit down after dinner to watch some political shows on TV. What are they talking about? The
See, earlier:
original-sin
See, earlier: Susan Sontag told us that "The white race is the
Mid-March saw the atrocity in New Zealand, where his March 31st column. Whether the banning of Jared was a consequence of the New Zealand massacre—whether, that is, it was another opportunistic blow against moderate dissidence in the
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In de-platforming news this week, Amazon is now no longer selling books that present a dissident perspective. The de-platforming here is not total, though you have to think that "not" should probably be "not yet." As of this morning, March 1st,
February 5th was Pax 10th on the Flushing Chinatown in New York City's
theonlyone
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The Jussie Smollett story has finally attained the point of
February is, of course,
I recently learned from Peter Brimelow the right way to wear a scarf. For the previous seven decades I had just draped the scarf round my neck with one end hanging longer than the other and then either (a) tossed the long end over my shoulder, or (b) tied a simple over-and-under at the throat.... Read More
charlesmurrayrehab
Originally published in
This has been the week of the weasels—unpleasant little rodents. cowardly when cornered but viciously vindictive when they think they have the advantage. Most recent victims: Nobel Laureate James Watson and immigration patriot Congressman Steve King (R.-IA). Plus, of course,
The President's speech on Wednesday seems to have been carefully crafted to appeal to those suburban women who, according to Senator Lindsey Graham and various pollsters, are fleeing from the Republican Party. [
John Derbyshire spoke at the Mencken Club recently (November 3, just before the midterms) and spoke on the subject of anarcho-tyranny. See earlier
We're coming up to nationwide elections just as elite hatred of white people—including of course by Korean-born
proudboypersecution
The level of political violence in the U.S. is rising. The main reason for this, of course: the
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This has, in my opinion, been an unfortunate week in the politics of our republic. From a partisan political point of view the Senate Judiciary Committee hearings on Judge Kavanaugh. have ended well, with Kavanaugh being voted through by the committee. The entire Senate will vote on his appointment to the Supreme Court next week.... Read More
Andrew Cuomo, Governor of my home state of New York, was speaking in Manhattan on Wednesday, signing a bill to make sex trafficking a felony in the state. He made a now-famous gaffe, which says a great deal about the state of the modern Democratic Party But first, just a word about sex trafficking. Kidnapping... Read More
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Bad news and good news: This week demonstrated once again, as if it needed demonstrating, that there are two major political parties in the U.S.A.: The party of Open Borders on behalf of
The month of June saw an unusually intense phase in the
asianprotesters
I got a bit carried away with congressional maneuvering over immigration issues last week, leaving myself no time for other topics in the news. Here's one of those topics: the assault on meritocracy. Now, the whole issue of meritocracy is problematic. It needs some serious thought and public discussion, but isn't getting much of either.... Read More
didntknow
White privilege, black privilege, you can argue those terms back and forth all day long. I'll give you my take on those precise terms some other time. What, it seems plain to me, exists in plain sight beyond any trace of doubt, is
This month of course ended with
caranzaimage
I'm having a fire sale on education stories this week. Also a parallel fire sale on quotes from my 2009 book We Are Doomed, because the education chapter of that book was the most fun to write and it's pertinent to this week's stories. Here's a sort of keynote quote from that chapter:
As a child I learnt So there went Showery, and now we're into Flowery.
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Here's a story from across the pond, a story about negrolatry. Don't reach for your dictionary; I just made that word up. And
Despite a high signal-to-noise ratio in MSM coverage, there actually is information to be extracted from the FBI scandal. It just takes someone with a sharper eye than mine, and a way better acquaintance with the machinery of federal government than I have, to pick out these traces of signal—signal about our society, our culture,... Read More
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John Derbyshire writes an incredible amount on all sorts of subjects for all kinds of outlets. (This no longer includes National Review, whose editors had some kind of tantrum and fired him. He is the author of We Are Doomed: Reclaiming Conservative Pessimism and several other books. His most recent book, published by VDARE.com com is FROM THE DISSIDENT RIGHT (also available in Kindle).His writings are archived at JohnDerbyshire.com.