Article By Sam Francis on 12/23/2002

Dumping Lott Shows GOP Hasn't Learned 2002 Lesson

One reason the White House, the Republican leadership and most neo-conservatives were upset with Trent Lott is that they thought his remarks about 1948 Dixiecrats would jeopardize the party's alternat...
Article By Steve Sailer on 12/22/2002

The Righteous Right Fouls Up

Let me see if I have this straight. According to 95% of GOP pundits: A. As Senate Majority Leader, Trent Lott was an utter disgrace to the fundamental principles of the Republican Party. His resignatio...
Article By Sam Francis on 12/16/2002

Lott Lynching Reveals Corruption Of Establishment "Right"

"Nickles Seeks Lott's Ouster," blared the Washington Post's lead headline Monday morning. "GOP Agenda at Risk, Senator Says." The good news is not that Senate Republicans have decided that their Major...
Article By Paul Craig Roberts on 12/16/2002

Lott A Victim Of The New Feudalism

For three decades the United States has been descending into a feudal legal order. In the ancient feudal system, the differential rights in the legal system were class-based. In the new feudal order, r...
Article By Sam Francis on 12/12/2002

So What If Thurmond (Or Goldwater) Had Been Elected?

For one brief shining moment, it was beginning to look like Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott was taking hormone shots. First he endorsed sending troops to the border to resist invasion by illegal al...
Article By Paul Craig Roberts on 11/07/2002

Diversity vs. Freedom (contd): The Barton And Alberti Cases

November 07, 2002 What does immigration cost us? At a recent debate in Arlington, Virginia, Harvard Professor George Borjas quoted an estimate of $70 billion a year. He noted, however, that the cost ...
Article By Steve Sailer on 10/27/2002

The Case Of The Truth-Telling (But Racially-Incorrect) Teacher

You seldom find Caltech grads teaching at tough urban high schools. But for twelve years, Scott Phelps has fought the good fight at Muir High in Pasadena, California, where only 20% of eleventh graders...
Article By Sam Francis on 08/15/2002

Government And The Left Combine In Anthrax Lynching

Unable to find last autumn's real anthrax killer, the FBI decided to pick on an American scientist who is almost certainly innocent—and in the process may well have ruined his life and career. Moreover...
Article By Scott McConnell on 06/14/2000

Puerto Rican Statehood? Ask New York . . .

News is gradually seeping out that this year's June 11 Puerto Rican Day in New York City was a crime catastrophe and a disaster for diversity, with wolfpacks attacking young women while the police sto...