• How Liberalism Hurts Black Americans

    American Renaissance - Sep 24th 2023 9:00am EDT

    Jason L. Riley, Please Stop Helping Us: How Liberals Make It Harder for Blacks to Succeed, Encounter Books, 2014, 184 pp. Jason Riley, who has been a member of the Wall Street Journal editorial board since 2005, is the latest to join Thomas Sowell, Shelby Steele, and Walter Williams as an eloquent black opponent of the […]

  • How Did You See the Light on Race?

    American Renaissance - Sep 22nd 2023 2:30pm EDT

    This video is available on Rumble, BitChute, and Odysee. If you’re watching this video, you are probably what I call a racial dissident. You find it impossible to believe a great many things that we are supposed to believe in order to be good, respectable, deluded Americans. I’d love to know how you got that […]

  • Biden Administration to Offer Work Permits to Roughly 470,000 Venezuelan Migrants

    American Renaissance - Sep 21st 2023 5:45pm EDT

    In a significant concession to New York City Mayor Eric Adams and other blue-state officials, the Biden administration has agreed to make roughly 470,000 Venezuelan migrants eligible for work permits aimed at easing the financial strain on major migrant destinations. Venezuelans who arrived in the U.S. by July 31 will be eligible for the program, […]

  • Eagle Pass Crisis: Biden Administration Sends 800 Troops to Help as 10,000 Migrants Cross over in 24 Hour Period

    American Renaissance - Sep 21st 2023 5:45pm EDT

    Ten thousand migrants have crossed illegally into Eagle Pass, Texas, in the last 24 hours, triggering a state of emergency in the small border town where shelters and hospitals are now overrun. Before sunrise this morning, another 250 were waiting to be processed. Hundreds more are expected today in what many residents say is the […]

  • Affirmative Action Opponent Targets Admissions to West Point

    American Renaissance - Sep 21st 2023 5:39pm EDT

    The conservative advocate who successfully challenged affirmative action in college admissions on Tuesday sued the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, arguing that race-conscious admissions policies at the military’s higher-education institutions violate the Constitution. The Supreme Court ruled in June that the use of race in university admissions violated the constitutional guarantee of equal protection, […]

  • New Navy Oiler to Be Named in Honor of Harriet Tubman

    American Renaissance - Sep 21st 2023 5:39pm EDT

    The Navy will name the ninth John Lewis-class oiler after American abolitionist and social activist Harriet Tubman. {snip} Tubman’s great-great-great grandniece Tina Wyatt is the ship’s sponsor, meaning she will establish an enduring relationship with the crew and ship. “Harriet Ross Tubman is a symbol of faith, freedom, family, democracy and love. Aunt Harriet’s legacy […]

  • Nine-Time Deported Illegal Alien Accused of Murdering Roommate, Shooting Police Officer

    American Renaissance - Sep 21st 2023 5:39pm EDT

    An illegal alien, previously deported nine times from the United States, is accused of murdering his roommate in broad daylight before having a shootout with Dallas, Texas, police that resulted in one officer being injured. Juan Vicente Zavala Lopez, a 45-year-old illegal alien, was arrested {snip} Juan Vicente Zavala Lopez {snip} Lopez allegedly shot and killed […]

  • Hasan Minhaj’s “Emotional Truths”

    American Renaissance - Sep 20th 2023 5:31pm EDT

    The comedian Hasan Minhaj came of age as a practicing Muslim in an Indian family in post-9/11 America. His Netflix series, “Patriot Act”—a comedy news show in the mold of “The Daily Show” and “Last Week Tonight”—was named for the defining law of that era. The series won an Emmy and a Peabody Award during […]

  • California City Considers Granting Illegal Immigrants the Right to Vote

    American Renaissance - Sep 20th 2023 5:30pm EDT

    The Santa Ana City Council is once again considering a measure that would allow noncitizens to vote in municipal elections. During public comment at Tuesday night’s Santa Ana city council meeting, impassioned remarks took center stage over the proposed idea. Proponents argue that the city’s large noncitizen community, including those who are in the country […]

  • Coach Prime’s Making Colorado “Black America’s Team”

    American Renaissance - Sep 20th 2023 5:29pm EDT

    Deion Sanders has made Boulder, Colorado, the improbable center of the sports world. Why it matters: In Sanders’ first year, he’s led the once-hapless Colorado Buffaloes to a 3-0 start. Among his biggest supporters — Black fans around the country. The big picture: Black households have been glued to the Buffs’ first few televised games. Celebrities from Snoop Dogg to Dwayne Johnson are hyping […]

  • NYC Council Advances Bid That Could Yank Monuments Honoring Washington, Jefferson, Columbus

    American Renaissance - Sep 19th 2023 6:24pm EDT

    New York’s City Council — which just passed a budget that’s already been deemed a flop — is now spending some of its time advancing a plan that could kill off monuments honoring figures such as George Washington. The Democratic-led council’s Cultural Affairs Committee is set to hold a public hearing Tuesday on a proposal to yank […]

  • Chicago Mayor Proposes City-Owned Grocery Stores as Walmart, Whole Foods Exits Leave ‘Food Deserts’

    American Renaissance - Sep 19th 2023 6:24pm EDT

    Chicago Mayor Brandon Johnson said he wants to open city-owned grocery stores to serve neighborhoods that have become “food deserts” after four Walmart stores and a Whole Foods closed. Johnson announced last week that his administration would partner with the nonprofit advocacy group Economic Security Project to put stores in underserved areas of the city […]

  • California School Teaching That White People Have ‘No Culture’ Sparks Fury

    American Renaissance - Sep 19th 2023 6:24pm EDT

    Claims that a California school told students that white people had “no culture” have sparked controversy, with a parent expressing outrage about the alleged incident. The mother of one of the students reported the claims to the San Ramon Valley Unified School District last week, saying that her daughter was taught about white privilege during […]

  • The ‘Fastest Growing Development’ in the U.S. Is a Magnet for Illegal Immigrants

    American Renaissance - Sep 19th 2023 12:33pm EDT

    A Texas land developer has established a sprawling settlement north of Houston where thousands of illegal immigrants are believed to have settled, raising concerns among experts and elected officials that the development 400 miles in the interior of the United States could become a strategic asset for cartels. Located in Liberty County, Texas near the […]

  • Biden-Era Migrant Crisis Blowing Holes through Budgets of Liberal, Sanctuary Cities

    American Renaissance - Sep 19th 2023 12:33pm EDT

    Chicago’s announcement this week that the Windy City is facing a $538 million budget deficit, with a significant part of that attributable to its ongoing migrant crisis, marks the latest instance of a “sanctuary” city paying a heavy financial cost for migrant arrivals. Chicago announced this week the $538 million deficit, driven by several factors including “the […]

  • Suspect Arrested in Ambush Killing of LA County Sheriff’s Deputy Ryan Clinkunbroomer

    American Renaissance - Sep 19th 2023 12:33pm EDT

    A suspect in the ambush murder of Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Deputy Ryan Clinkunbroomer was arrested early Monday morning, a day and a half after the deputy was fatally shot in the head. At a Monday morning news conference, L.A. County Sheriff Robert Luna said investigators are “extremely confident” they have the right person in […]

  • Dove Hit by Growing Boycott for Hiring BLM Activist Zyahna Bryant Who Ruined White Student Morgan Bettinger’s Life

    American Renaissance - Sep 18th 2023 6:54pm EDT

    Furious conservatives have begun boycotting Dove after the soap brand hired a Black Lives Matter activist notorious for destroying a white student’s life over a remark she later admitted she may have ‘misheard.’ Carole Thorpe, from Charlottesville in Virginia, shared a snap of three bars of Dove soap tossed in the trash Thursday on learning […]

  • Michael Jordan Once Hinted at Racism Prevailing in NBA

    American Renaissance - Sep 18th 2023 6:53pm EDT

    Racism remains one of the major social issues in the world, and even NBA legends like Michael Jordan and Magic Johnson had to deal with it during their playing days due to their skin color. However, there were times when racism didn’t point towards Black people only, but against whites as well. This is what […]

  • Ibram X. Kendi’s Antiracism Center Is Laying Off Staff

    American Renaissance - Sep 18th 2023 6:53pm EDT

    As many as 15 to 20 staff members are being laid off at the Center for Antiracist Research at Boston University, which is led by prominent activist and scholar Ibram X. Kendi, according to a person familiar with the situation. {snip} In a statement, BU spokesman Colin Riley confirmed the layoffs. He said the center […]

  • Remembering Pim Fortuyn

    American Renaissance - Sep 17th 2023 9:00am EDT

    Pim Fortuyn (Credit Image: Roy Beusker / Wikimedia) It is five minutes to midnight, not just in the Netherlands but in Europe. I stand with this country, which has been built up in six centuries. There is a goddamned fifth column in this country that wants to take us into the abyss. I tell them […]

  • The Moral Necessity of White Nationalism

    American Renaissance - Sep 15th 2023 6:29pm EDT

    Adapted from remarks given at the 20th American Renaissance conference, August 12, 2023. On the surface, the last few years in American politics have been dramatic. We’ve witnessed the rise of the Alt-Right, the counter-revolution of 2020, the most destructive riots in American history, and a storm of destruction of American heroes, monuments, and culture, […]

  • Migrant Numbers Overwhelming Arizona Border Facilities amid New Wave as Street Releases Begin

    American Renaissance - Sep 15th 2023 5:35pm EDT

    An Arizona Border Patrol sector is facing overwhelming numbers, with new images showing the overcrowding in facilities, as agents have been green-lit to release migrants on the streets to cope with the pressure. Photos in Ajo, Arizona, taken by retired ICE Field Office Director John Fabbricatore, show illegal migrants being detained in an outdoor holding facility […]

  • DeSantis Suggests He Is Open to Launch Missiles into Mexico to Kill Drug Cartels

    American Renaissance - Sep 15th 2023 5:35pm EDT

    Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis did not rule out launching missiles into Mexico to take out drug cartels on Wednesday, saying it would depend on the situation. DeSantis made the statement during a Wednesday evening appearance on CBS, telling host Norah O’Donnell that “deadly force is authorized.” The statement lines up with the 2024 Republican presidential […]

  • D.E.I. Statements Stir Debate on College Campuses

    American Renaissance - Sep 15th 2023 5:35pm EDT

    Yoel Inbar, a noted psychology professor at the University of Toronto, figured he might be teaching this fall at U.C.L.A. Last year, the university’s psychology department offered his female partner a faculty appointment. Now the department was interested in recruiting him as a so-called partner hire, a common practice in academia. The university asked him […]

  • The Immigrant Population in the U.S. Is Climbing Again, Setting a Record Last Year

    American Renaissance - Sep 15th 2023 5:24pm EDT

    {snip} The number of people born somewhere else climbed by nearly a million last year, reaching a record high of just over 46 million {snip} {snip} “The foreign-born population zoomed up,” said William Frey, a demographer at the Brookings Institution {snip} “The gain in 2022 was as big as the previous four years put together.” […]