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The ADL: Managing White Fear

A recent Haaretz article on the state of the Jewish world contained the following: In general today, one of the long-term challenges for the American Jewish community is evident in demographic forecasts that predict that in two or three decades, certain minority groups are expected to become a majority in the United States. A recent ADL […]

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Eric P. Kaufmann’s The Rise and Fall of Anglo-America

July 29, 2009 Editorial note: This is an elaborated version of an article appearing on VDARE.com: Suicide — Or Murder? Kaufmann’s Rise and Fall of Anglo-America Table of Contents Part I Introduction 19th-Century Trends Four American Liberal Intellectual Traditions from the late 19th century to the present Part II The Period of Ethnic Defense: 1880–1965 The Rise of […]

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Comments on Takuan Seiyo’s Screed

It seems that lately most of my critics have been Jews associated with the paleoconservative right: Paul Gottfried, Robert Weissberg (see my reply after Weissberg’s comment), and Lawrence Auster. Takuan Seiyo’s critique rehashes familiar arguments in a particularly nasty way, speaking, for example, of my “malice and brain-dead stupidity.” Such characterizations must be understood as nothing more or […]

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Ben Stein’s Expelled: Was Darwinism a Necessary Condition for the Holocaust?

In my previous column, I noted the Stalinist tendencies of the leftists that are so entrenched in the academic world. The fact is that the academic left has never been concerned about truth when truth is incompatible with their political objectives. This is the fundamental message of my book, The Culture of Critique where I trace the […]

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The 2008 election will increase the racial polarization in the US

The 2008 election is shaping up to be a watershed event—or at least that is a strong possibility. First, the Democrats nominated Barack Obama as the first black nominee for a major political party. During the Democratic primaries, it was obvious that white working class people supported Hillary Clinton rather than Obama. Obama’s nomination meant that […]