Socialism, as the Bolsheviks understood it, might be dead, but that doesn't mean that governments has given up their desire to control citizens' lives. VDARE.com's Peter Brimelow explores the ways in which the modern state seeks to re-engineer the public through "diversity" regulations and mass immigration.
John Derbyshire famously claimed "we are doomed," but as he reveals, his rejection of utopia, wishful thinking, and pretty lies doesn't entail gloom but a sober, empirically grounded conservatism.
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Mencken Club President Paul Gottfried discusses how the conservative movement, far from opposing the leftist transformation of American society, has been complicit in the process.
Is race a social construct? Are golden retrievers a social construct? Can one accept the idea of heritable genetic differences within sub-species with dogs and deny them with humans? Professor Henry Harpending explains.
Steve Sailer discusses the science of Human Bio-Diversity (HBD) and the challenge of writing about racial differences in an atmosphere of political correctness.
Americans love telling themselves "it's a free country," but Srdja Trifkovic relates that in terms of (self-)censorship on key issues like race, immigration, and religion, America is a place less open to honest communication than the Soviet Bloc.
Conservatives instinctively laugh at the dictates of political correctness. They shouldn't. Though PC might be ridiculous, it is part of a sinister agenda.