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You Will Never Get Your Country Back

By Michael Starr Hopkins/ HuffPost/ July 6, 2017 I have spent much of my time writing for this publication talking about how complicated our politics are. Talking about the dangers of failing to acknowledge our complicated history and the need … Continue reading

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Protecting the White Race

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The End of Identity Liberalism

  By Mark Lilla/ New York Times/ November 18, 2016 CreditDan Gluibizzi  It is a truism that America has become a more diverse country. It is also a beautiful thing to watch. Visitors from other countries, particularly those having trouble … Continue reading

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Near-Perfect Diversity

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Explains a Lot…..

Making “Other America” Fail By Robert Parry/ Consortiumnews/ February 26, 2013 Behind today’s fight over government spending is a bigger struggle for U.S.  democracy’s future, pitting the traditional white-ruled country against a new multicultural nation, or the Right’s Real America against Other America. To … Continue reading

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MASSACRE DESTINY

The Ultimate Logic of a Society Built on Mass Murder By  Glen Ford/ Black Agenda Radio / December 18, 2012   “Mass murder is at the core of the American national religion.”  As a native-born American, I grew up watching cowboy and Indian … Continue reading

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One (White) Man, One Vote

How the electoral map would look today if, as was the case in the mid-19th Century, women and blacks were not able to vote: Buzzfeed: What The 2012 Election Would Have Looked Like Without Universal Suffrage

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Disappearing Votes

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Give Us Your Tired, Your Poor…But Not Middle Easterners

BPR Quote of the Day “If you know Middle Easterners, a lot of them, they look Mexican or they look, you know, like a lot of people in South America, dark skin, dark hair, brown eyes. And they mix. They … Continue reading

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