End the war on ‘normies’: Make NYC orderly for everyone
End the war on ‘normies’: Make NYC orderly for everyone New York City may be a safe haven for shoplifters, subway shovers, gangbangers and illegal migrants, but park rangers are holding the line against pee-wee pee-pee bandits.
Left is still defending OJ because race is more important to them than justice
Left is still defending OJ because race is more important to them than justice “O. J. Simpson clearly killed people . . . he murdered his wife,” admitted CUNY professor and frequent media commentator Marc Lamont Hill on his “official” YouTube channel after Simpson passed away.
The plight of a Kansas newspaper shows the new face of censorship via AI
The plight of a Kansas newspaper shows the new face of censorship via AI Facebook's AI bot flagged an article about climate change as a security threat, showing its bias. Google's chat bot was also accused of doing something similar earlier this year.
What’s really behind Gen Zers’ work dysfunction
What’s really behind Gen Zers’ work dysfunction In the March 2024 Freedom Economy Index survey, a joint venture between Public Square and Red Balloon, Gen Z received a labor-market report-card grade of “F” in “reliability.”
The US is basically facing World War III — but Biden & Co. aren’t acting like it
The US is basically facing World War III — but Biden & Co. aren’t acting like it Gen. Omar Bradley is often credited with the saying, “Amateurs talk strategy. Professionals talk logistics.” The Biden administration does neither.
NY’s sanctuary city backfire: Letters to the Editor — April 13, 2024
NY’s sanctuary city backfire: Letters to the Editor — April 13, 2024 NY Poster readers discuss New York’s controversial “sanctuary city” laws amid its ongoing immigration crisis.
Biden’s vote-buying student debt ploy says ‘Screw you’ to taxpayers, Congress and SCOTUS
Biden’s vote-buying student debt ploy says ‘Screw you’ to taxpayers, Congress and SCOTUS The president's latest debt "forgiveness" move is meant to buy Dem votes for November while sending a clear ugly message to Congress, SCOTUS and the norms lefties love to brag about.
Bad news for consumers — and Biden, look who’s calling math ‘racist’ and other commentary
Bad news for consumers — and Biden, look who’s calling math ‘racist’ and other commentary News that inflation hit 3.5% in March, showing it’s “not subsiding,” took “big media outlets by surprise” observes the Washington Examiner’s Byron York.
Bombshell trans report shows ideologues railroad kids into irreversible treatments with no evidence
Bombshell trans report shows ideologues railroad kids into irreversible treatments with no evidence Gender extremists are not backed by science, a new UK report shows. So why on earth are they allowed to continue their butcheries?
As Iran readies to attack Israel, remember this is Biden’s design
As Iran readies to attack Israel, remember this is Biden’s design Iran mulls an attack on Israel for its killing of Quds Force fighters in Syria. And that is very much according to plan for Joe Biden.
AMLO not happy with the presidential debate Andres Lopez Obrador didn't like so many questions about corruption and mismanagement.
John Bolton went on MSNBC to accuse President Trump of being ‘simple-minded’ When I see a supposed “expert” on foreign policy attack Trump, the president who fostered the most global peace in modern history, it reminds me of how they treated Reagan.
Mayorkas assures Congress that replacement theory is 'preposterous' He pretty well confirmed it, though, in his testy exchange with Louisiana's Sen. John Kennedy.
Self-hating Jews, Queers4Palestine, and conservatives walk into a bar… There are a lot of groups in America that seem dedicated to their own extinction.
CNN pundit: Blacks resonated with OJ Simpson because he killed ‘two white people’ because of his skin color It’s too bad that Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman weren’t black because then maybe their families could have seen justice.
Terrorist billionaires and the future of food The future of food is definitely at stake, and uber wealthy “philanthropists” influence food systems in concerning ways.
Denver to cut police and firefighters to pay for illegals. What could go wrong? The mayor says the cuts will be just minor and cosmetic but somehow it never works out that way. Good luck if you need a cop in Denver.
Offshore wind farms are detrimental to whales It seems likely that there is a connection between the rapid rise in whale deaths and the construction activities of the offshore wind farms along the U.S. East Coast.
More evidence of anti-white bias at Google Following Google’s anti-white Gemini debacle, no one in their right minds needs convincing of their discriminatory practices anymore.  
MUST-SEE VIDEO: Tim Klingenstein makes the case for Trump Klingenstein carefully and powerfully explains why, even if you dislike Trump, you must vote for him if you wish to prevent America’s collapse.
Why pro-Israel Democrats should vote Republican — and for Donald Trump — in November
Why pro-Israel Democrats should vote Republican — and for Donald Trump — in November For the first time in recent memory, many traditional Democrats are considering leaving the party over weakening Israel support.
Government programs are WIDENING black-white health disparities
Government programs are WIDENING black-white health disparities For decades, federal-welfare programs like Medicaid have overpromised and underdelivered.
Shameless lefties from New York to Cali free sex criminals and other monsters to defend open borders
Shameless lefties from New York to Cali free sex criminals and other monsters to defend open borders California Assemblyman Bill Essayli thundered on X, “San Bernardino was FORCED” by the sanctuary-state law “to protect this pedophile.”
The Bibliography for an Alternative Historical Narrative, by Ron Unz Over the last dozen years I've published more than two hundred major articles totaling well over a million words, with the bulk of these having been produced during the last six years and roughly two-thirds of...
Does The New York Times Actually Care About Mass Shootings?   Did you know there was a mass shooting in Indianapolis over the weekend? I briefly saw it on a news crawl, but didn’t hear another word about it, so, by Monday, I assumed I had dreamt...
American Pravda: The Transformation of Prof. Jeffrey Sachs, by Ron Unz Two weeks ago I published an article on Prof. Jeffrey Sachs of Columbia University, prompted by some of his recent public remarks. During one of his regular weekly interviews on Andrew Napolitano's podcast, he had briefly...
NYC Subway: Where Safety Is Job No. 319 or So    I’m excited to announce a new acquisition for my New York Times museum! It’s an article from the March 24 edition titled, “What Would Make the Subway Feel Safer? Experts Have 5 Suggestions.”      Appropriating from...
American Pravda: Samantha Power, R2P, and the Politics of Genocide, by Ron Unz Earlier this month I published a long article on the notorious 1994 genocide in Rwanda, explaining that the actual facts may have been very different than what I'd always assumed. As reported by the Western media,...
Too Dumb for Harvard? Lemon’s Too Dumb for Twitter Interviewing Elon Musk this week, former CNN host Don Lemon demonstrated the real-life consequences of affirmative action. Interestingly enough, Lemon himself is an affirmative action beneficiary who miraculously hung on at CNN despite committing one moronic...
Prof. Jeffrey Sachs and the JFK Assassination, by Ron Unz Although the November 22, 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy was surely one of the most famous events of the twentieth century, its sixtieth anniversary passed a few months ago with relatively little attention, probably...
Republicans’ Latest Diversity Train Wreck    Republicans’ embrace of “diversity” has been an unmitigated disaster, as illustrated most recently by Sen. Katie Britt, whose response to President Biden’s State of the Union address came with a double dose of diversity.      Why...
The Jewish Roots of the Gaza Rampage, by Ron Unz and Mike Whitney What is driving Israel's war on Gaza? (Land, Hamas, ideology or something else?) Ron Unz---I think that a complex mixture of all those different factors is responsible, each being uppermost for different individuals. But obviously the...
The Myth of Low Immigrant Crime    With the Biden administration hauling in millions of “newcomers” (the latest euphemism for illegal aliens) from booming economies like Venezuela, Senegal and Haiti, we seem to be getting a Kate Steinle every day.      Among the recent...
American Pravda: The Rwandan Genocide, by Ron Unz Although I sometimes fall short, I always try to be very accurate and careful in my writing, doing my best to avoid the mistakes that might be eagerly pounced upon by my legion of harsh critics....
CUOMO: FROM NURSING HOME KILLER TO BIMBO ENABLER   According to media reports, Andrew Cuomo, the former governor of New York, is eyeing a run for mayor of New York City. Unfortunately for him, his top aide, Melissa DeRosa, has written a book, “What’s...
Judith Miller, David Cole, and the Holocaust, by Ron Unz Last week I published a long article that noted the astonishing acquiescence of America and the rest of the West in Israel's unprecedented slaughter and starvation of Gaza's civilians. In a related development, Elon Musk, one...
We’ll Get To Your Country Later After House Republicans demanded a border bill in exchange for Ukraine funding, guess which one was intentionally tanked? Pro-open-borders Republicans like Sens. Mitch McConnell, James Lankford and Lindsey Graham teamed up with Majority Leader Chuck Schumer to offer...
American Pravda: Gaza, Jewish Power, and the Holocaust, by Ron Unz Last week I published an article noting that although technology industrialist Elon Musk probably ranks as the most powerful and influential individual in the Western world, he recently humbled himself, deeply apologizing for some of his...
Elon Musk Goes to Canossa, by Ron Unz Although unknown to almost all present-day Americans, Emperor Henry IV was one of the most powerful European monarchs of his day. Under his twenty year reign, the Holy Roman Empire of the High Middle Ages governed...
Putin's 'Winter War' on Ukraine, by Pat Buchanan Winter has often proven an indispensable ally of Mother Russia. The impending winter of 1812-13 forced Napoleon's withdrawal from Moscow, a retreat from which his Grande Armee never recovered. The winter of 1941-42 sealed the ultimate...
Democrats, Not 'Democracy,' at Risk Today, by Pat Buchanan "Make no mistake — democracy is on the ballot for us all." So declaiming in his Union Station speech to the nation on the real stakes in the 2022 elections, President Joe Biden, who was immediately...
'-30-': An Ending, But Not the End, by Michelle Malkin When I first started writing newspaper editorials and columns for the Los Angeles Daily News in November 1992, I learned that "-30-" (pronounced "dash thirty dash") was the journalist's code for letting an editor know where...
Where US and Ukrainian War Aims Collide, by Pat Buchanan To President Volodymyr Zelenskyy and Ukraine, Crimea and the Donbas are national territories whose retrieval justifies all-out war to expel the invading armies of Vladimir Putin's Russia. Yet, who controls Crimea and the Donbas has, in...
Fists of Furry, by Michelle Malkin Don't believe the pervert media. Reuters, NBC News, entertainer John Oliver and Denver 9News zealot Kyle Clark all want you to believe that parents nationwide are simply imagining an infestation of "furries" (children dressing up and...
In Support of a Young America First Scapegoat, by Michelle Malkin Next week, a young college student will face a federal judge in Washington, D.C., at a sentencing hearing over his nonviolent participation in the Jan. 6 Capitol rally. UCLA undergrad Christian Secor was arrested last February...
Putin, Holding a Weak Hand, Raises the Stakes, by Pat Buchanan In a Kremlin speech last week, President Vladimir Putin identified Russia's real "enemy" in Ukraine as "the ruling circles of the so-called West" whose "hegemony has a pronounced character of totalitarianism, despotism and apartheid." In the...
Is 'Our Democracy' Failing Our Country?, by Pat Buchanan Asked, "What is an American?" many would answer, "An American is a citizen of the United States." Yet, at the First Continental Congress in 1774, 15 years before the U.S. became a nation of 13 states,...

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