Author: Richard Spencer

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Richard Spencer and Evan McLaren February 5, 2018 For Immediate Release The New York Times has published a story that includes serious allegations about our peer and associate Elliott Kline, who conducts most of his public activities as “Eli Mosley.” These allegations are disturbing and, if they are shown to be true, would lead us to reconsider our relationship...

Richard Spencer came to Florida determined to vindicate a vital right of intellectual and political expression, and to demonstrate once again the strength of our ideas. Through the chaotic and unpredictable course of events he succeeded, and attracted a fresh wave of interest in identitarianism and the Alt Right. Logistically, the event presented many challenges. Serious...

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Race is a subject that has been talked about to the point of weariness, if not nausea. Yet most discussions consists of little more than wishful thinking, contradiction, and outright malice. You know the refrain: All the races are equal, but Whites oppress everyone else . . . then again, race doesn’t really exist, which is why...

The past nine months have been inspiring for our movement, due to all of our events and exposure to the wider public. But we must admit, the past months have been trying for those of us who administer The National Policy Institute. And due to our heightened status, many of our battles have played out...

With each new election cycle, the Republican leadership becomes ever more convinced of its need to “reach out” to Hispanics, Blacks, and other minorities, or else risk irrelevance and defeat.

The votes of America’s historic Majority—namely, European Christians—are either taken for granted or treated as of lesser value.

The reality is that in multicultural America, Hispanics and...