Author Archives: Hunter Wallace

Jewish Leaders Call For Europe-Wide Legislation Outlawing Anti-Semitism

Since we are already at the stage where homosexual marriage has been declared a “fundamental right,” why shouldn’t European Jews demand the “right” to be exempt from all criticism? “European Jewish leaders, backed by a host of former EU heads … Continue reading

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Federal Judge Strikes Down Alabama Gay Marriage Ban

It seems like we just spent most of last week here discussing the nature of liberal republican governments and whether or not they are plagued by perpetual cycles of ever expanding rights claims: “A federal judge in Mobile on Friday … Continue reading

Posted in Alabama, American South, Americanism, Dixie, Homosexuals, Liberalism, Politics, Progressives | 26 Comments

Oregon: The Failed White Republic

Interesting read: “When Oregon was granted statehood in 1859, it was the only state in the Union admitted with a constitution that forbade black people from living, working, or owning property there. It was illegal for black people even to … Continue reading

Posted in History, Negroes, Oregon, Race Relations, White Nationalism, White Supremacy, Whiteness | 16 Comments

The Jew Bill of 1753

Here’s another thought provoking excerpt from Robert Middlekauff’s The Glorious Cause: The American Revolution, 1763-1789. This excerpt is about the failure of a Jewish naturalization bill in Britain in 1753: “Public measures at the middle of the century afford a variety … Continue reading

Posted in Britain, History, The Jewish Question | 18 Comments

Origins of Americanism: The Radical Whig Tradition

Here’s an important excerpt from Robert Middlekauff’s The Glorious Cause: The American Revolution, 1763-1789: “In this environment conventional wisdom came to hold that plots and conspiracies always ruled political action. This had not been an original discovery of the colonists. … Continue reading

Posted in Americanism, History, Liberalism | 22 Comments

League of the South Participates In Lee-Jackson Day In Lexington, VA

H/T SNN Here’s a write up of the League of the South’s participation in the recent Lee-Jackson Day festivities in Lexington: “League of the South members attended the annual pilgrimage to Lexington Va. Lexington is the final resting place for … Continue reading

Posted in Activism, American South, Dixie, History, Southern Nationalism, Virginia | 8 Comments

Republicanism and Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

Since we are celebrating Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, a federal holiday in the United States, today would be an appropriate occasion to remind everyone here why the Civil Rights Movement emerged victorious in the 1960s. The Civil Rights Movement … Continue reading

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Martin Luther King, Jr.: The Other Side of The Story

There’s nothing about the Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. that I or anyone else in the blogosphere will be sharing this afternoon that can top this article that was published in August 2013 by The Daily Mail. This was the … Continue reading

Posted in History, Negroes, Race Relations | 28 Comments

The Southern Project: On Romanticizing Failed Republics

Red Phillips has written an article in response to the debate over republicanism we are having on this website, and which has come up many times before on Facebook, which he connects to some recent changes in the League of … Continue reading

Posted in American South, Americanism, Dixie, Paleocons, Southern Nationalism | 114 Comments

US Supreme Court To Decide “Gay Marriage” In 2015

It sure is a great thing that we are so blessed to live in a “republic” with a Supreme Court that has a 5-4 “conservative majority.” Striking down this “gay marriage” nonsense ought to be a snap, right? “The swing … Continue reading

Posted in Americanism, Homosexuals, Politics | 6 Comments