• Biden Considering New Executive Action to Restrict Asylum at the Border, Sources Say

    American Renaissance - Feb 22nd 2024 7:23pm EST

    The White House is considering executive action to restrict migrants’ ability to seek asylum at the US-Mexico border if they crossed illegally – a maneuver reminiscent of controversial action from the Donald Trump era and is sure to invite fierce backlash from immigration advocates and progressives. The handling of the US-Mexico border has dogged President […]

  • Yale Reinstates Standardized Test Scores for Admissions

    American Renaissance - Feb 22nd 2024 7:23pm EST

    Yale University will once again require prospective students to submit standardized test scores after making tests optional for the past four years. The reinstated requirement, which affects students applying this fall for the class of 2029, makes Yale the second Ivy League school after Dartmouth College to bring standardized tests back after a pandemic-related hiatus. […]

  • Portland Public Schools Face Civil Rights Complaint for Disciplinary Policy That Factors in Race, Gender Identity

    American Renaissance - Feb 22nd 2024 7:23pm EST

    An education advocacy group hit Portland Public Schools (PPS) with a federal civil rights complaint Thursday over a policy that requires factoring students’ race and gender identity into disciplinary decisions. Parents Defending Education (PDE) alleges in its federal civil rights complaint that PPS is violating civil rights law and the Equal Protection Clause of the 14th Amendment […]

  • Supreme Court Allows What Critics Call ‘Racial Balancing’ at Elite Public School

    American Renaissance - Feb 22nd 2024 11:49am EST

    The U.S. Supreme Court will allow one of the nation’s top public schools to move forward with a new admissions policy that critics say has “racial balancing” at its core. The closely watched case from Fairfax County in northern Virginia involves Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology. For years, its student body — […]

  • Google Apologizes After New Gemini AI Refuses to Show Pictures, Achievements of White People

    American Renaissance - Feb 22nd 2024 11:49am EST

    The latest version of Google’s Gemini artificial intelligence (AI) will frequently produce images of Black, Native American and Asian people when prompted – but refuses to do the same for White people. In a statement to Fox News Digital, Gemini Experiences Senior Director of Product Management Jack Krawczyk addressed the responses from the AI that had led social […]

  • Alleged Kansas City Chiefs Parade Shooter Lyndell Mays Told Cops He Was ‘Just Being Stupid’: Court Docs

    American Renaissance - Feb 22nd 2024 11:49am EST

    One of the alleged shooters who opened fire at the Kansas City Chiefs victory parade told investigators he was “just being stupid” when he “advanced” on another group of individuals he had been arguing with before the deadly melee. Court documents obtained Tuesday provided more details on how a Super Bowl celebration quickly descended into chaos and […]

  • Eritrean Enrichment

    American Renaissance - Feb 21st 2024 9:02pm EST

    Jared Taylor and Paul Kersey wonder why Eritrean “cultural festivals” end in rioting. The hosts also discuss Substack, standards in Japan, squatting in Atlanta, and psychopathic whites. Thumbnail credit: © ANP via ZUMA Press Subscribe to Radio Renaissance podcasts on Substack here. Subscribe on BitChute here. Download this episode here. The post Eritrean Enrichment appeared first on […]

  • Tired of Racism, Black Americans Try Life in Africa

    American Renaissance - Feb 21st 2024 7:08pm EST

    Jes’ka Washington lives in a six-bedroom house on a hill with avocado trees and a spectacular view, not far from the rabbit farm she runs. For less than $50,000, Shoshana Kirya-Ziraba and her husband built a four-bedroom, two-bathroom house on family farmland with goats, turkeys and about a thousand chickens. Mark and Marlene Bradley now […]

  • Beyoncé’s New Country Song Highlights Genre’s Racist ‘Exclusion’ of Black Artists, Media Argue

    American Renaissance - Feb 21st 2024 7:08pm EST

    Can Beyoncé’s upcoming country-tinged album overcome the genre’s “racialized past”? Many mainstream outlets began asking that question this week. Superstar Beyoncé Knowles-Carter surprised the world Sunday night after the Super Bowl by dropping the new singles “Texas Hold Em” and “16 Carriages” to preview her upcoming album “Renaissance Act II,” which is set to debut March […]

  • San Francisco Set to Apologize to Black Residents for ‘Systemic Racism’

    American Renaissance - Feb 21st 2024 7:08pm EST

    The San Francisco Board of Supervisors is set to officially apologize to Black residents for centuries of “systemic racism,” though large disagreements still exist over how the county will address past wrongs. On Thursday, members of the board gathered to put forward a seven-page resolution that spells out and takes responsibility for the history of […]

  • Bill Offers Faster Path to American Citizenship for Migrants Who Enlist in Military

    American Renaissance - Feb 21st 2024 2:04pm EST

    Lawmakers are introducing a bill to give migrants who enlist in the U.S. military an expedited path to citizenship. The “Courage to Serve Act” is sponsored by Rep. Pat Ryan, D-N.Y., and Rep. John James, R-Mich. – both veterans and West Point classmates. “I know it firsthand – there’s no higher honor than serving your […]

  • Chinese Illegal Immigration on Pace to Break Records at US Southern Border

    American Renaissance - Feb 21st 2024 2:04pm EST

    A dramatic increase in Chinese illegal immigration is on track to break records at the southern border, with apprehensions from the communist country in one sector alone already eclipsing fiscal 2021 in just a few days. U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) sources tell Fox News that between Saturday and Monday there were 452 Chinese nationals apprehended […]

  • Joy Reid: Black People ‘Literally, Physically, Built this Country’

    American Renaissance - Feb 21st 2024 2:04pm EST

    MSNBC host Joy Reid lamented that black Americans have not received sufficient reparations for “literally, physically” building this country, believing that former President Barack Obama’s eight-year tenure is the best they will get. Reid issued her comments during an interview on Salon Talks with writer Dean Obeidallah {snip} “To be a Black person in 2024 […]

  • The Media-Run State

    American Renaissance - Feb 20th 2024 1:03pm EST

    Journalists try to indict white America for Kansas City shooting, even as Trump gets convicted by the courts for the crime of being Republican. Subscribe to View From the Right on BitChute here. Download this episode here. The post The Media-Run State appeared first on American Renaissance.

  • Decline in White Recruits Fueling the Military’s Worst-Ever Recruiting Crisis, Data Shows

    American Renaissance - Feb 20th 2024 12:58pm EST

    Each U.S. military service saw a notable decline in white recruits over the past five years, according to data obtained by the Daily Caller News Foundation, likely factoring into the military’s crippling recruiting crisis. The Army, Navy and Air Force missed their recruiting objectives by historically large margins in fiscal year 2023, which ended on Sept. […]

  • Fani Willis’ Testimony Evokes Long-Standing Frustrations for Black Women Leaders

    American Renaissance - Feb 20th 2024 12:58pm EST

    Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis is used to prosecuting high-profile, challenging cases. But as she parried questions about her own personal conduct from the witness stand against the legal teams for defendants her office has accused of election interference, many Black women recognized a dispiriting scene. “It absolutely feels familiar. There is no secret […]

  • Kansas City Mayor Accuses Governor of Racism for Calling Super Bowl Mass Shooters ‘Thugs’

    American Renaissance - Feb 20th 2024 12:57pm EST

    Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas said on Friday that Missouri Gov. Mike Parson used a racial “dog whistle” when the governor said “thugs” were responsible for the shooting. He made the comments while speaking to KCUR host Steve Kraske on the radio program “Up to Date.” “I certainly do think this was criminal activity, it’s […]

  • Impeachment Case Should Matter, Though It Won’t

    American Renaissance - Feb 19th 2024 6:22pm EST

    President Joe Biden has not hidden his intentions when it comes to immigration. In one infamous video in 2022, he bragged about an “unrelenting” stream of immigration that would turn whites into a minority. Sitting next to him and smiling while he made this boast was current Department of Homeland Security secretary Alejandro Mayorkas. The […]

  • We Are Observing Presidents’ Day

    American Renaissance - Feb 19th 2024 3:26pm EST

    Until 1970, the United States celebrated George Washington’s Birthday. Now, there are national holidays on only two birthdays: those of Jesus Christ and Martin Luther King, Jr. American Renaissance does not celebrate the latter. Thank you, always, for your encouragement and support. The post We Are Observing Presidents’ Day appeared first on American Renaissance.

  • Plan to Blend Predominantly Black and White DC Schools Leads to Tense Debate in Liberal Neighborhood

    American Renaissance - Feb 18th 2024 1:26pm EST

    A plan to integrate two nearby Washington, D.C., schools with vastly different racial backgrounds is sparking fierce debate among parents in the predominantly liberal community. Nearly 6 in 10 of the 500 children at Maury Elementary School are White. At Miner Elementary School, 80% of the kids are Black, many of whom are in foster care, […]

  • ‘Super Mayor’ Tiffany Henyard’s ‘Unbearable’ Spending Out of Control

    American Renaissance - Feb 18th 2024 1:25pm EST

    Self-styled Illinois “super mayor” Tiffany Henyard has spent gobs of cash from her debt-ridden small town’s coffers — burning thousands on unapproved ice rinks, constant parties and luxurious travel, and upwards of million dollars on pay for local cops serving as her personal security detail. Tiffany Henyard “The spending has become unbearable for the residents. It’s parties […]

  • Seattle English Students Told It’s ‘White Supremacy’ to Love Reading, Writing

    American Renaissance - Feb 18th 2024 1:24pm EST

    Students in a Seattle English class were told that their love of reading and writing is a characteristic of “white supremacy,” in the latest Seattle Public Schools high school controversy. The lesson plan has one local father speaking out, calling it “educational malpractice.” As part of the Black Lives Matter at School Week, World Literature […]

  • The Project to Make Europe Islamic

    American Renaissance - Feb 16th 2024 5:43pm EST

    “The mosques are our barracks, the domes our helmets, the minarets our bayonets, and the faithful our soldiers.” Thus spake Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan in 1997 when he was still mayor of Istanbul. For that, he earned a conviction for inciting religious hatred. Turkey was still trying to be a European-style secular country, even […]

  • Migrant Influx Strains NYC, Chicago, Denver Budgets, S&P Says

    American Renaissance - Feb 16th 2024 5:08pm EST

    The influx of asylum seekers and other migrants crossing the southern US border is creating budget stress for three of the nation’s largest cities, according to S&P Global Ratings. New York City in particular, along with Chicago and Denver, are revising upward their estimates for spending related to asylum seekers, and without more state and […]

  • ‘Sanctuary’ Church Puts up $15K Bail to Free Migrant Accused in Times Square Police Beatdown

    American Renaissance - Feb 16th 2024 5:08pm EST

    The sole migrant who had been held behind bars for the gang attack on two NYPD cops in Times Square is now also free after an activist Brooklyn priest posted his $15,000 bail, The Post has learned. Yohenry Brito, 24, who was being held at Rikers Island on the Jan. 27 cop attack and is due to […]