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November 2010

Dixieland Remembers

November 30, 2010 // 1 Comment

The Cyclorama depicts the Battle of Atlanta The South Keith Olbermann drew my attention to a small piece of good news tonight. I was watching Countdown when Olbermann had a [...]

Cracking Colorado

November 29, 2010 // 30 Comments

Colorado is a tough nut to crack. Colorado The defeat of Tom Tancredo in the Colorado Governor race was the bitterest pill to swallow of the midterm elections. The loss of [...]

Lemmings Stampede

November 28, 2010 // 135 Comments

Conservative lemmings fail to realize that resistance is pacifism The Vanguard The term “lemmings” has long been a popular term of abuse for ordinary people among [...]

The Collapse

November 26, 2010 // 79 Comments

James Howard Kunstler gets his Peak Oil wish The World Peak Oil is the only force that I can ever imagine producing the sort of “systemic collapse” that White [...]

Nagging Little Voices

November 25, 2010 // 299 Comments

Dungeons and Dragons with Commander Harold Covington Washington I just got finished listening to the latest podcast of Radio Free Northwest. As I suspected, Harold Covington, [...]

Dream Act Warning

November 24, 2010 // 22 Comments

District of Corruption The Democrats are taking another shot at the “DREAM Act” amnesty in the House and Senate. The bill is unlikely to pass because of solid [...]

Idaho Prospects

November 24, 2010 // 63 Comments

Idaho I feel like staying out West this morning. Lest I be accused of hostility toward the Northwest Migration, I want to take a look at Idaho, which is the most promising of [...]

White Zion

November 22, 2010 // 112 Comments

The case for Wyoming. Wyoming Wyoming is the ideal destination for any serious effort at a Northwest Migration. This post is a rough sketch at pitching the Wyoming heresy to [...]

Blue World

November 21, 2010 // 83 Comments

"And we're going to South Dakota and Oregon and Washington and Michigan! And then we're going to Washington, D.C. to take back the White House, [...]

Reparations: Quarterback Sneak

November 20, 2010 // 26 Comments

District of Corruption The Obama administration has used the lame duck session of the 111th Congress to sneak reparations to black farmers and Indians through the Senate. [...]

A Short Music Break – George Strait

November 20, 2010 // 13 Comments

I think it’s time to take a break from divisive political divides – “mainstream against vanguards”, religious disputes (oh – watch out for those [...]

Response to Harold Covington

November 19, 2010 // 166 Comments

Harold Covington sees "competitors" everywhere. Washington Yesterday morning, Pastor Lindstedt informed me that Harold Covington had mentioned Occidental Dissent in [...]

The Real Deal

November 19, 2010 // 10 Comments

Nathan Deal defeats King Roy in the Georgia Governor race. Georgia Georgia is a state that I know well. My family is originally from Central Georgia. I have lots of relatives [...]

2010 Political Open Thread

November 19, 2010 // 42 Comments

In the comment section of Effective Metapolitics, Lew asked about Open Threads. It was not addressed to me, but as I prepare an article, I will accept his suggestion. My two [...]

System Politicians

November 18, 2010 // 15 Comments

Michael Steele will fall on his sword. It won't be long now. The Border I just want to drop a few newslinks for the gallery before signing off. The news cycle is moving [...]

Red Dominion

November 18, 2010 // 19 Comments

Barack Obama campaigns with Rep. Tom Perriello in Charlottesville. Yes, We Can becomes No, We Can’t Virginia Virginia is a state that was cracking down on immigration [...]

Effective Metapolitics

November 17, 2010 // 95 Comments

D.W. Griffith's The Birth of a Nation is an example of "effective metapolitics." Birmingham, AL Ideas have consequences. I have been unfairly portrayed as an [...]

Setbacks: New England Edition

November 17, 2010 // 19 Comments

Governor Deval Patrick wins reelection in Massachusetts and announces the biggest amnesty of all time. Massachusetts and Rhode Island Elections have consequences. I have [...]

Sarah Palin’s Insidious Whiteness

November 16, 2010 // 155 Comments

Sarah Palin's Alaska is an eight hour campaign commercial. Alaska It’s almost official: Sarah Palin is going to run for president. Yesterday, I watched the highly [...]

Radio Free Northwest #42

November 15, 2010 // 80 Comments

Washington In this podcast, Mr. Covington talks about police, federal informers, and agent provocateurs within the White Nationalist movement, how to recognize them, and how [...]

Rats Multiplying

November 15, 2010 // 40 Comments

Rep. Curry Todd compares pregnant illegal aliens to "rats multiplying." Tennessee A Republican lawmaker in Tennessee has been receiving a lot of criticism for [...]

Phoenix Farce

November 14, 2010 // 88 Comments

Arizona Over the past week, I have spent a lot of time exploring the divide within the White Nationalist movement between the “mainstreamer” and [...]

Decision Points on Immigration

November 13, 2010 // 94 Comments

George W. Bush's Decision Points sheds light on the McCain-Kennedy amnesty. Birmingham, AL I bought of copy of George W. Bush’s new book Decision Points this [...]

Cindy & Meghan McCain… Dumb Blondes

November 12, 2010 // 24 Comments

Many Conservative commentators were puzzled about Viet Nam war hero John McCain’s lurch to the Left. They couldn’t understand why John McCain – who came [...]

Time for a Comedy Break

November 12, 2010 // 1 Comment

After our great election victories, we should all try to take a break and get away from talking about politics, stressing about politics. Here’s a comedy break, [...]

Waking Up in Wisconsin

November 12, 2010 // 23 Comments

Governor-elect Scott Walker of Wisconsin will sign Arizona-style immigration reform. Wisconsin In the last two threads, we took a look at Texas and Iowa where the 2010 [...]
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