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Why I Oppose War With Russia: My Country Comes First

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By Tom Piatak With respect to foreign policy, I am an America First nationalist, not a Kissingerian-Bismarckian “realist.”  The former is a moral position, grounded in the fact that a statesman’s primary duty lies to those he serves in office; the latter is an amoral belief grounded in the notion that big fish eat little fish, and the fewer little fish there are causing problems, the...

All Politics Are Racial And Tribal. Conservative Policy Proposals Must Recognize That Fact

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As They Say, ‘Demography Is Destiny’ By Darrell Dow “In coping with identity crisis,” Samuel Huntington wrote in Clash of Civilizations, “what counts for people are blood and belief, faith and family. People will rally to those with similar ancestry, religion, language, values, and institutions and distance themselves from those with different ones. … In a very fluid world, people are looking for...

A Nation Of Immigrants, No … But Still …

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By Tom Piatak Fun fact learned over the weekend: my Polish great-grandfather came to America on the same ship as my Slovak great-grandmother, along with several thousand others. I wonder if they ever realized that. My Slovak great-grandmother on her way to meet her husband in Cleveland, along with her young son and several friends from their village.  (Lines 23 through 30). Walenty...

Courts Continue War On Nature, Side With “Transgenders”

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Either God Will Rule, Or The Sex Revolutionaries Will By Darrell Dow “Parliament can do anything except make a man a woman and a woman a man,” the political theorist Delolme declared, but then again, the British Parliament has nothing on the cosmic and god-like powers of American jurists.In the event you were drowning in Flu Manchu disinformation and missed the news, in 2020, a range of federal...

Some Truth About Dec. 7

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By Darrell Dow Little is more needed than a revisionist view of the great civil war that took place within Western Civilization between 1914 and 1945. December 7 is always a good place to begin because it was the “sneak attack” on Pearl Harbor that dragged the United States into World War II. If you have not read Robert Stinnet’s Day of Deceit about the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, it is well...

Dreher Can Apologize Now For Smearing Pat Buchanan

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By Tom Piatak Rod Dreher is singing the praises of Eric Zemmour’s announcement of his candidacy to be president of France. Understandably so. It is a powerful, moving speech. It is so powerful, in fact, that YouTube has “age restricted” it. We can’t have the kids listening to Zemmour without a warning! In any case, Dreher also composed his own version and asked readers to imagine the...

Editorial: It’s The Culture War, Stupid

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Take Note, GOP: Here’s How Youngkin Won From the Editors of American Remnant The Republican sweep in Virginia, most notably Glenn Youngkin’s win over Clinton legman Terry McAuliffe for governor, demonstrates that white voters can be mobilized to push back against woke lunacy, and what mobilized them to vote for the GOP: the promise to fight the anti-white culture war, not slogans about “tax cuts”...

Social Justice Is Our New Religion

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By Darrell Dow Reviewed: Christianity and Social Justice: Religions in Conflict, Jon Harris, Reformation Zion Publishing, 160 pages, September 23, 2021 Writing during the Fundamentalist-Modernist controversy in the 1920s, Princeton New Testament scholar J. Gresham Machen argued that Christianity and liberalism are hostile and antithetical religious systems. “In the sphere of religion,” wrote...

Close The Border

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By Darrell Dow The demographic transformation of America into a polyglot flophouse continues unabated.  In a leaked audio obtained by Fox News correspondent Bill Melugin, Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas told Border Patrol agents in Texas that the border crisis is “unsustainable” and “we’re going to lose” if “borders are the first line of defense.” NEW: A source sent me leaked...

Murray Reveals Hard Facts About Race, But Draws The Wrong Conclusion

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Reviewed: Facing Reality: Two Truths About Race in America, Encounter Books, 168 pages, June 15, 2021 By Darrell Dow Give Charles Murray credit for one thing: He’s unafraid to tackle taboos. One of the foremost social scientists of the past four decades and author of more than a dozen books, Murray invited big troubles with Losing Ground in 1984 and The Bell Curve 10 years later. But his infamy...

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