With Jared Taylor out for the week, our co-host describes the silence around the racial terror attack in Waukesha and how the suspect feels “dehumanized.” He notes that Dr. Fauci won’t answer whether illegal aliens are bringing COVID across the border, and discusses reports from Tallahassee and Durham on who commits gun crime in those communities. The answer will shock you.
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Jared Taylor and his co-host discuss the verdicts in the Arbury, Rittenhouse, and Charlottesville cases. They also talk about Waukesha, Azziza Graves, air pollution in DC, GoKAR, and the death of Young Dolph.
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Jared Taylor and his co-host marvel that in America, when a white man shoots aggressive white rioters in self-defense, he is a white supremacist and they are heroes. The hosts also discuss Michelle Wu, Malikk Austen, racial terror at a Facebook job site, and why we must break our “habits of white language.”
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Jared Taylor and his co-host marvel at the giant State Street financial group, which will punish managers who don’t hire enough BIPOCs. Possible legal challenge? The hosts also discuss Ibram Kendi, Cortez Rice, and the loving kindness of Wajahat Ali.
Jared Taylor and his co-host tell the story of yet another white woman who turned her back on white privilege to profit from being marginalized. They also discuss Virginia politics, opinions on violence, driving while black, being Lady Macbeth while black, and how to save the “tomahawk chop.”
“Left, Right and White” returns with Gregory Hood and special co-host Jared Taylor to discuss the late Guillaume Faye, “Archeofuturism,” and the idea of a true European Union.
Jared Taylor and his co-host explain why it’s been a record year for border-hoppers. They also discuss the Arbery trial, “Woke Baby,” immigration to Denmark, Condoleezza Rice, Touré Neblett, and Joey’s hopeless delusion.
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Jared Taylor and his co-host wonder if teams of newly appointed “gender advisors” can teach our Afghan refugees how to treat women. The hosts also discuss the Terry v. Devondre gunfight, Cecil Rhodes, Sonia Sotomayor, Ruth Ginsberg, the Magnificent Mile, and TV personality Alex Scott’s bitter disappointment.
Jury selection begins on October 18 in the conspiracy trial against the participants in the Unite the Right rally. Lead defendant Jason Kessler explains what is at stake in a trial with dangerous implications for any form of conservative activism.
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Jared Taylor and his cohost discuss luxury illegal immigration: Fly to Mexico, take a taxi to the US border, turn yourself in, catch a connecting flight to LA. The hosts also discuss representing Aotearoa, Simon Gratz High School, Daoud Wardak, and the lessons of Owen Diza.
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Jared Taylor and his co-host talk about what it takes to be white. They also discuss late breaking news on George Floyd, mutual combat in Chicago, Bleeding Control Kits, and “the troubled history of the Atlantic Ocean.”
Jared Taylor and his co-host laugh at Dallas schools’ substitute for suspension. They also discuss “Come and Take It,” black affinity housing, insanity at CVS, and the astonishing stupidity of the New York Times.
Jared Taylor and his co-host marvel at a display of incompetence at Del Rio almost as eye-opening as the one in Afghanistan. They also discuss guilty-until-proven-innocent in North Carolina, Afghans in Idaho, Khurshid Abdul-Mutakabbir, and why “bagging” is worse than death.
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Jared Taylor and his co-host note that 12.5 percent of Afghan women are in polygamous marriages. Which will prevail: anti-bigamy laws or shariah? The hosts also discuss the most influential people in the world, the wisdom of Jenn Jackson, and “white supremacy with a tan.”
Jared Taylor and his co-host are not surprised to learn that "racism" has been detected in the heretofore unoffending UT school song, “The Eyes of Texas.” They also discuss Afghans coming your way, Chantia Lewis, Lowell High School, Linda Manyguns, and how to graduate from high school with a grade point average of 0.13.
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Jared Taylor and his co-host talk about Jamar Newton, who wore an edifying T-shirt as he attacked a subway rider. The hosts also discuss diversity mania in diverse settings, Mollie Tibbetts, Imran Rasheed, Michel Barnier, and the de facto urban victory dance.
Jared Taylor and his co-host goggle at Britain’s new squad cars — rainbow colored “pride” cars that reassure “underserved groups.” The hosts also discuss why blacks gain weight, what the Trinitarians are up to in Spain, why whites in New Zealand can’t get it right, and where even five-year-olds learn to cut through “the smog of white privilege.”
Jared Taylor and his co-host analyze a decision from a federal judge who came as an immigrant: Deporting repeat border hoppers is unconstitutional. The hosts also discuss Afghan refugees, the wit of the Taliban, Larry Elder, the Othering and Belonging Institute, and what to do about white men on TV.
Jared Taylor and his co-host note that there have already been 52 ambush attacks on police this year, which is twice the number of 2020 — which was already a record. The hosts also report on anti-white struggle sessions at AmEx and Raytheon, DIY reparations, whether Hispanics like being Latinx, and how anti-racism triumphed at University of Wisconsin.
Even Jared Taylor and his co-host are astonished at how easy it is to get away with mayhem and murder in Chicago. They also discuss the border catastrophe, Ibram Kendi, Emily Skala, Cori Bush, and your exciting new Afghan neighbors.
Jared Taylor and his co-host discuss a possible ballot initiative in Washington, DC that would give blacks local autonomy – and whites, too. The co-hosts also discuss Injun country in Oklahoma, a newly discovered cause of black crime, Covid slipping over the border, and why you better not love being white.
Jared Taylor and his co-host are grateful for a black Virginia PTA leader’s candor about opponents of Critical Race Theory: She wants them dead. The hosts also discuss Nkosi Thandiwe, Catherine Lhamon, the Asian Carp, hot times in South Africa, and why “racism thrives in geoscience.”
Jared Taylor reports on the latest developments in the case of Ashli Babbitt, the woman shot to death during the Jan. 6 Capitol riot. His co-host notes that this is the 10-year anniversary of the death of Brittney Watts, killed by an African as revenge for white privilege. The hosts also discuss pregnant illegals, red desks, Alvin Bragg, Paula Lev, and a vandalized statue that provoked true outrage.
Jared Taylor and his co-host warn their listeners: Don’t use African-American Vernacular English. Blacks own it, and you have no right to it. The hosts also discuss their favorite architecture, how America celebrated the Fourth, Canada’s first premier, Trump’s new lawsuits, and Jared Taylor’s DNA.
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Jared Taylor and his co-host marvel at a British government commission's conclusion that poor non-whites are lathered with care while poor whites are told they have "white privilege." The hosts also discuss increasing segregation, the latest Muslim attack in Germany, and how "heat islands" and "food insecurity" raise black crime rates.
Note: Due to a technical error, the audio quality deteriorates 15 minutes into the episode.
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The official podcast of American Renaissance.
American Renaissance is a publication founded in 1990 and dedicated to the study of immigration and race relations so as to better understand the consequences of America's increasing diversity, and to speak in the name of the legitimate interests of America's historic majority. It was published as a monthly print magazine until 2012, and has since been produced online.
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