article By Paul Craig Roberts on 02/19/2002

White Americans: Second-Class Citizens

Florence King's column is the best reason for reading National Review. Her "Misanthrope's Corner," placed on the magazine's last page, makes National Review a publication that is read from back to f...
article By Chilton Williamson on 02/18/2002

Miller Watch (And Wait!) II: The Mop, The Faucet, And The Lunatic

Some weeks ago, VDARE.COM  instituted a new feature, "Miller Watch," for the pu...
article By Sam Francis on 02/18/2002

D.C.`s spy cameras a step toward totalitarianism

Even as the Justice Department ...
article By Joe Guzzardi on 02/15/2002

View From Lodi, CA: How Miguel Got His Papers

“Miguel” returned to the classroom last week. He had more good news to share.Regular readers will recall that “Miguel” recently has moved on to bigger and much better things. He landed a $22 an hour co...
article By Sam Francis on 02/14/2002

Diversity vs. Safety (contd.): What The Charlottesville Hate Crimes Say About America's Future

"Hate crimes" against whites, ignored by the national media, now appear to have become so commonplace that I receive accounts of three or four a week from all over the country. Because most of them are...
letter By VDARE.com Reader on 02/13/2002

A Reasonable Reader Worries About Nordicism

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letter By VDARE.com Reader on 02/12/2002

An Alabama Reader Reports New GOP Resolution

NOTE: PLEASE say if you DON'T want your name and/or email address published when sending VDARE email. A Reader Ponders Immigration, Environmentalism...
article By Paul Craig Roberts on 02/12/2002

An Economist Rethinks Free Trade

A belief in free trade is part of being an economist, and a belief in America's ...
article By Steve Sailer on 02/12/2002

Random Thoughts On Buchanan's THE DEATH OF THE WEST

Buchanan's book is certainly a worthy competitor in the Big Picture Sweepstakes along with Francis Fukuyama's End of History and Samuel Huntington's Clash Of Civilizations (One of these days, I'm g...
article By Michelle Malkin on 02/11/2002

Complaint From The U.S. Attorney's Office About Religious Worker Visa Fraud In Mosques

“According to a complaint from the U.S. Attorney's Office in New York unsealed last week, Muslim religious leader Muhammed Khalil, his son Asim, and three other individuals submitted false R visa app...