Ace calls out progressives of pallor at The New Republic over ‘Party of White People’ cover

So, what’s with the all-white cover of the new issue of The New Republic? Is it an in-depth photo essay on Snowstorm Nemo? A tribute to famous white beat combo The Beatles? A cost-cutting stunt to save ink? No, if you look closely, you see the featured story about Republicans is called, “The Party of White People: An Historial Investigation.”

Sigh. We at Twitchy looked into this phenomenon called “white people” during last year’s presidential campaign, when it was apparently a very big deal. These white people were everywhere, turning out for rallies for both parties in large numbers, and they dominated the lineup at the Democratic National Convention. The Republican Convention had plenty of featured speakers who weren’t white people, but you might not have seen them if you were watching MSNBC.

So what new information does The New Republic have to share? The always reliable Ace of Spades reached out to the magazine’s editor-in-chief and white person, Chris Hughes, to find out what’s up.

We don’t have a racial breakdown of The New Republic’s staff — strangely, it never occurred to us that we’d want to see such a thing  — but we’d bet it’s almost as diverse as MSNBC’s primetime lineup, or Obama’s old campaign headquarters. So, what does #tnrdiversity look like?

It’s very possible that Ace has managed to do the near-impossible: create a job in the Obama economy.

  • Catchance

    Omigosh, I am laughing so hard right now…. tears down my face.

    Here’s what new editor Chris Hughes had to say when he came in: ““The journalism in these pages will strive to be free of party ideology or partisan bias, although it will showcase passionate writing and will continue to wrestle with the primary questions about our society.”

    Ace of Spades rocks.

    • BristolGOP Backup

      I understand that in order to address this problem, they’re going to give Elizabeth Warren a monthly column.

      • nc

        Problem solved!

      • Catchance


      • BruceMajors4DC

        But who can read Cherokee anymore?

        • JFrary

          Building on success.

    • 1SkepticalChick

      AOS dragging idiots into the limelight and free associating all over them while they blink blindly in the light of truth, truth, TRUTH. Good times!! (munching my popcorn) More, please!

    • ID-2

      Is that actually possible with a cover that already implies racism and ideology?

  • Gloves Donahue, Jr.

    Libs mock and deride any minorities who are conservative and then complain that there are no minority conservatives.

    Dems say they have the black vote and the black Congresspeople.

    So where are all the black Senators and Governors?

    Why are lefties keeping them down?

    Dems claim to be the tolerant party, unless you are not a lib.

    • TJCrane_NCC1701

      I poached this off of a comment board but can’t remember the author’s handle.

      H/T to “wilarrbie” @
      TY PD.

      The Left derides the conservatives for having so few minorities in our crowds, yet viciously attack anyone of color who dare approach conservatism. Seems like the only people barring entrance of Blacks are the Dems. The sign that says “No Blacks Allowed” is posted at the exits of the Dem plantation

      • Patrick Dennehy

        Reply 9 – Posted by: wilarrbie, 1/19/2013 1:10:41 PM


        • TJCrane_NCC1701

          @ Patrick:

          Thank You friend ! I’ve since edited it.
          I changed the quote a bit, but all the credit goes to “wilarrbit”.

      • Daniel Clements

        I suppose this is in direct contrast with all the charitable Republicans Shepherding people to the path of liberalism? Are you seriously trying to tell me that you believe the only reason the republican party doesn’t have minority support is because the democrats won’t help you out with it? “But Liberals make fun of minorities when they join a party that doesn’t give half a shit about minorities!” (Unless they are rich…)

    • BruceMajors4DC

      They only vote for blacks if they can round them up into all black Congressional districts. Separate but equal.

  • waltermitty2012

    Hey, TNR. Tweet that photoshopped picture of Obama shooting again. That was hilarious.

    • Jane Ellison

      Fraudulent skeet shooting “demonstration” photoshop started in White House.

    • CalvinballPro

      AHAHAHAHA! A real life Skeeter! I never thought I’d see one. I thought you people were just a joke, but it turns out you’re actually really a joke.

  • GoSellCrazySomeplaceElse

    He Aced it again. I am so tired of liberal white people calling out racism as they practice racisity all day long. I just wish African Americans would open up their eyes…and minds long enough to the exposure of what liberals are trying to ‘frame’. The racist party was, is and continues to be the democratic party.

  • diskinetic

    They (TNR) probably can’t accept it, but AOS is their better in almost any dimension.

  • 1azuce

    Seems TNR has an “ethnic problem”.

  • Steve_J

    Did TNR rehire Stephen Glass?

  • $496051

    Ace is one of the best we have.Bless him.

  • Ray_Van_Dune

    Non-diverse – the deuce you say! Why, one of the favorite little guilty pleasures at TNR staff meetings (unless the night cleaning staff shows up early) is watching old Amos ‘n Andy episodes.

  • Arbalest

    The mostly white (blank) cover … apparently, following in the footsteps of young Scott Thomas B., TNR isn’t going to write anymore either …

    • Sam Bailey

      Why no attack on the anti-White nature of the magazine?

      • Arbalest

        If you can combine this paraphrasing of a memorable past event with your concern, AND get someone to reply to it, I’ll listen.

  • Boot Birnbaum

    I hope Ace’s taxes are all in order… just sayin…

  • Jim Parks

    Geez, I’m not a twitter guy but these tweets are so funny I’m compelled to join. The sarcasm is epic. Way to be Ace, stay frosty.

    • nc

      That’s what Twitchy is for.

    • BristolGOP Backup

      You could also visit where he and his Morons make teh funny all day and night

  • Nied’s Dead Horse

    NOBODY does a take-down like Ace. Nobody.

  • Wag_a_muffin

    All white illustration: I believe that is a photo of the MSNBC anchors wearing tennis whites, in a snow storm.

  • poljunkie♪

    Keep this up Ace, and you are going to have one heck of a fan club.

    • Scott

      He already does… go and join the moron horde.

      • poljunkie♪

        I do…I am. I have since about 2006. Thank you!

        I love it there, but unfortunately I am not as witty as most.

        • K-Bob

          Most of us aren’t that witty. But we have our moments.

          Uh oh, I’m having a moment right now.

          • poljunkie♪


  • nickshaw

    Is it any wonder Ace gets more comments on one piece than TNR gets site hits in a week?
    Liberals, the lame is a feature!!

  • AdoEdem

    Mighty Whitey Lefty strikes again!

  • Garym

    Boo Radley was turned down for a job at TNR for not being white enough.

  • Maxx

    Yet another example of liberal hypocrisy when it comes to race.

    In five decades of life, I’ve never been surrounded by more racists than when I was chatting in Democrat inner circles. It’s why I left the party in 2007….for good. If minorities could only have heard the things I heard over 30 years of being a registered Democrat. Everything is seen through a prism of black and white. I mean, think about it…they are annoyed that conservatives are beginning to embrace some sort of immigration reform and yet they DESPISE that? Of course they do….because they want nothing more than to find a pathway for 16 million illegals to become future Democrats and thus, future suckers who will be courted in November and ignored in January….just as the left has done for 40 years. Remember folks…the left wants you to be downtrodden…it helps their “savior” narrative. “I’m a Democrat and I’m here to help!” What a load of crap. The unemployment rate among African Americans is nearly FOURTEEN percent, four years into a Presidency that was supposed to be “transformational” for Blacks and yet Hughes wants you to believe the left “cares” and thus, creates a cover to continue perpetrating the left’s narrative that “whitey don’t care ’bout the brothers.” Credit to Black conservatives who see through that BS.

    • Yashmak

      The unemployment rate among African Americans is well worse than what you cite. Less than half of young African American jobs in the workforce have full time jobs. Only 52.8 percent of African Americans are now in the workforce at all (down from 58.6% in 2007). . . home ownership in this demographic has fallen 5% over the last 6 years, and median household wealth has fallen 53% !!!!

  • Jd Crow

    #tnrdiversity – they always use multicultural ink of color when they print each issue.

  • Boot Birnbaum
  • K-Bob

    #tnrdiversity – All paste used in the office must be the purple kind. The place is so white that the white paste is hard to spot quickly when you need a little pick-me-up.

  • Teresa Davis McCormick

    This is why I follow Ace on twitter. LOL

  • BeeKaaay

    Leftwingwackoism is all about promoting racism.

  • BruceMajors4DC

    I hate how homophobic Twitchy has become. Ms. Hughes is one of the prettier young lesbians in DC, and you conservatives are simply frightened of a woman in power in an important American journal of thought and opinion.

    • plumberskid

      I don’t care (in fact, I didn’t know) that Chris Hughes is female. And I don’t care about her sexual orientation. Neither bit of info is “frightening” in the least.
      But I can tell you one thing, The fact that you think that TNR is an “importamt American Journal” tellls me everyhting I need to know about you.

      • BruceMajors4DC

        Actually it’s a very important journal of thought an opinion. They’ve made movies about it!

    • NRPax

      Nothing like using made up words like homophobia when you don’t have anything in the neighborhood of facts to back up your argument.

      • BruceMajors4DC

        Why are you harshing my Sabbath mellow? This peyote ain’t cheap!

    • BeeKaaay

      I hate how heterophobic leftwingwackos have become.

      • BruceMajors4DC

        But they are so good in the sack. I have multiple sarcasms all the time.

    • Grandma HeadInjury

      Come on people, pay attention past the first line.

      Chris Hughes = woman in power/one of the prettier young lesbians in DC

      Almost Ace-worthy, Bruce. Thumbs up.

      • BruceMajors4DC

        Damn. I’ve been exposed. That said, he is pretty. I’d date him, especially if he didn’t talk. And though I’ve heard he’s already betrothed, I’d marry him (he’s an IT billionaire) to get into that will.

  • oneword


  • Kyle Schroeck

    @chrishughes Played basketball once.

  • BeeKaaay

    Stop calling them “progressives”

    Taking us back to 1917 Russia is NOT PROGRESS.

    Call them what they are: Marxists, leftists, leftwingwackos, regressives.

    If you yield the political language to the opponent, you also yield the political argument to them too.

    • BruceMajors4DC

      Better words: pro-regressives, proglodyte.

  • $1014973

    TNR is like buying a new house. The walls can be any color you want, as long as it’s white.

  • $23629333

    The term “liberal hypocrite” is redundant.

    • CalvinballPro

      Like “conservative intellectual”?

  • Terry_Jim

    @WORLD_mag has TWICE the subscribers as @TNR, none of the idiocy.

  • McGehee

    TNR staffers think there are 49 too many shades of gray.

  • SurlyJinx

    Isn’t there a difference between a national political party seeking to represent and to lead the most diverse nation on God’s good earth in the 21st Century–and some tiny opinion magazine?

    And isn’t it true that the Republican Party now consists of approximately 90 percent white people? (

    And isn’t it a fair question to ask: Is it good for our beloved country that one of its great political parties is becoming a racially homogenous party?

    But, no–you all would rather ignore serious questions and distract yourselves with your hatreds.

    • McGehee

      Funny how hypocrisy is only a crime when committed by non-leftists.

  • Sam Bailey

    If I hated a race, I might campaign to flood all of their countries with millions of people that are not their race, and tell everyone to “mix in”, until no people of that kind were left. If anyone objected, I would scream the R-word! at them and get them fired from their jobs.

    If I hated a certain race, I might do that, but I am not doing that. Anti-whites are doing it to White people in all & only White countries.

    Anti-racist is a codeword for anti-White.

    • whitechildren

      Brilliant. Anti-racist IS a codeword for anti-white.

  • maplebob23

    How many ‘people of color’ have to be active as conservatives/Republicans before they stop being ‘tokens?’

  • donqpublic

    Yeah, bet Chrissy boy uses white ass wipe, had a white flocked Christmas tree in his white painted living room, and drives a white BMW listening to the “White Album”–for which the original working title was “The Doll House.”

    • BruceMajors4DC

      His husband is white too.

  • BrotherMatthias


    TNR continues its downward spiral into irrelevant Hell.

  • Lance Sjogren

    TNR is one of the slimier of the establishment newsmagazines. They don’t even allow reader comments. Just a club of senile left wing neocons engaging in their deranged rants.

    • BruceMajors4DC

      No they allow comments. If you pay for a subscription. Rofl. Desperate and money grubbing. It’s like all the little socialist websites like Salon – when their traffic drops they have a pay per view porn event where some nerdy 45 year old virgin scribbler boy rapes Ayn Rand’s corpse with smear and fabricated falsities.

  • JFrary

    Let’s be fair. it’s well known that most of the TNR staff is at least 1/127th Cherokee. The magazine deserves a little credit.

  • BruceMajors4DC

    More twitchy bigotry! I hear that they are simply going green and have switched to biodegradable recycled paper and a minimal use of ink.

  • BruceMajors4DC
  • ID-2

    I say TNR hire Jesse Jackson Jr. and the problem is solved. He might have to be sent to a clinic first though.

  • CalvinballPro

    Wow, a string of tweets masquerading as journalism. No wonder conservative media is dumber than ever.

    • BruceMajors4DC

      Now now Demwit, have you rounded up your quota of poor black and brown kids to sell to the educrat cartel for donations for Obama for America today? You can’t just laze about producing cyber flatulence.

      • CalvinballPro

        Thanks for demonstrating what a useless dittohead’s comment would look like, Bruce.

        • itsspideyman

          Thanks for showing us what a useless liberal’s comment is about, Cal old buddy.

        • BruceMajors

          So you haven’t sold your quota of poor minority kids today then. The slave trade doesn’t work when you racists slack off you know.

          • CalvinballPro

            Haha, keep projecting, clown. America knows which party the racists live in, and its not Democrats. Your pals in the Old Confederacy are too busy pushing their modern bigotry for the GOP to escape that label.

          • BruceMajors4DC

            So all those cities with failing segregated government schools where black kids are incarcerated and half drop out and many others “graduate” illiterate in DC, Baltimore, and Chicago, those are Republican mayors and city councils. Good thing someone knowledgeable like you is here to explain the most vicious racism in America today to us.

          • CalvinballPro

            How many different profiles do you have and post under? Do you use multiple profiles so you can “thumbs up” your own comments?

          • BruceMajors4DC

            Oops. Your grade just sank from a D to an F. You still haven’t answered the question about your role in the slave trade.

            Given your mental defects I doubt you could fathom the genesis of multiple accounts.

          • CalvinballPro

            Why would I answer your retarded question again? I suspect that all the thumbs up for BruceMajors can be linked to BruceMajors4DC and vice versa. LOL, you are so pathetic, you have to have two profiles to give yourself reassurance, and you’re grading me as an F? That’s rich. You get the F, for being a fraud.

          • BruceMajors4DC

            You never answered my question at all, because you cannot. You and your fellow Democrats are the most heinous racists on the planet, rounding up poor black kids and selling them to educrat cartels to get donations to fund your candidates, with no regard to the human destruction you cause, including illiteracy, unemployment, poverty, hopelessness, crime, and residential segregation. Your traditional voter base has begun to realize how bad your schools are too, so they arent far from identifying you for your crimes.

          • CalvinballPro

            You’re such a failure and a fraud. Go approve your own comments.

  • BruceMajors4DC

    Hughes’ very white husband now running for Congress in New York

  • ESNYC80

    I got married last year. I’ve been to lots of weddings of my mostly liberal white friends. They’d always make little jokes about how white their weddings were (most probably had 100 guests and every single person was white, with the rare Asian in the mix at some). These same liberal friends often accuse me of being racist or at least not very racially sensitive since I’m pretty vocally opposed to Affirmative Action and regularly criticize Obama. When we put together our guest list, I was kind of surprised how diverse my friends actually are, as I’d never thought much about it before. I am not friends with any of my friends because of their ethnic background; I really couldn’t care less, but a good 15% of our guests were minorities from just about every ethnic background I can imagine and we had guests from more than a dozen countries (at a wedding of 100) in North and South America, Europe, Asia, and Africa. These were the people I genuinely wanted to invite – my actual friends (and my whole family is white, so really these were the people I invited by choice, not because I had to). I’ve similarly gone to many weddings where my wife and I are almost the only white people there.

    I guess that’s part of what it means to not look all that much at skin color. The reason I don’t like AA is that I like to treat my friends based on who they are. Liberal white people who always think of non-whites as somehow “special” are never going to get to actually know and be friends with them as people, because they never think of them as just another person, which is all any of us really are. Well, maybe now TNR will go hire some token minorities and walk around on eggshells because they’re too afraid to treat any non-white person just the same way they’d treat a white person. Funny thing is, they might make some friends if they’d discover that that’s all just about anyone really wants – to be treated like everyone else.

  • GameTime

    If the Democratic Party did not have quotas (blacks, gays, Asian Pacifics, Hispanics, etc.)for their national convention they too would be a sea of white faces at their convention! Nobody called out The Democratic Party as being the party of white people for the last 60 years! The problem today is that the Democratic Party no longer represents what a majority of white people are interested in and they don’t really want middle-class white people in the party. It’s so much easier to make people victims and play to that than it is to actually solve any problems the middle-class might be facing.
    It’s interesting to note that black Americans have done worse under Obama than they ever did under Bush. I love it when I hear Democrats talk about the “working poor.” It’s been such a good schtick for them. They profess to care about the middle-class but none…NONE…of their legislation, speeches, or policies actually benefit them.

  • mlindroo

    “DepressiveBlogger69″ — the TNR discussed the willingness of minorities to vote for Republican politicians (e.g. 90% of Romney voters were white whereas the coalition which elected Obama was 55% white and 45% black/Hispanic/Asian/”other”).

    Whether Democratic campaign X or TNR employs lots of minority staffers is a different issue. These are by no means unimportant things but they do not detract from Sam Tanenhaus’ conclusions regarding the GOP’s problems with non-white voters in any way.

    • BruceMajors4DC

      Black and brown people being afraid of Republicans doesn’t mean Chris Hughes or Democrats are their friends. 40% of registered voters did not vote for a presidential candidate. Millions fewer voters voted for Obama in 2012 than 2008; he was only re-elected because the GOP had a similar drop.

      Lots of black voters rejected Obama by not voting. And given that we have only two choices, black voters voting for Obama may not tell use much more than that blacks have few choices and can be ignorant sheeple just like anyone else.

      • mlindroo

        > Lots of black voters rejected Obama by not voting.

        Bullshit. Check the exit polls! Black turnout in 2012 was 98.3% of that of 2008. And Obama received 96.2% as many black votes as four years earlier, so the drop was negligible.

        > 40% of registered voters did not vote for a presidential

        > candidate.

        If the lower turnout is supposed to somehow detract from Obama’s win, it’s worth mentioning that the turnout (58.9%) was very good by historical standards. While a slightly higher percentage of eligible voters showed up in 2008 and 2008, the 2012 turnout was still higher than that of the 2000 (54.2%), 1996 (49%), 1992 (55.2%), 1988 (50.2%), 1984 (53.1%), 1980 (52.6%), 1976 (53.5%) and 1972 (55.2%) elections.

        > Millions fewer voters voted for Obama in 2012 than

        > 2008; he was only re-elected because the GOP had

        > a similar drop.

        Another bogus claim. Romney actually received more voters than McCain! The “missing Republican voters” do not exist anymore. They are extinct, period. Karl Rove’s 2004 juggernaut might have won Ohio last year (where there was a drop in white working class support) but that’s about it. Bush won NM, NV, CO, VA and FL mainly because there were fewer minorities back then. Simply put, the Bush/McCain/Romney coalition of old married white religious voters is too small in relation to the Obama “coalition of the ascendant”.

        Romney’s share of e.g. the white catholic vote was so good he would have won the presidency if the electorate still looked the same way as it did in 1980, 1988 or even 2000. But those days are long gone now.

        • BruceMajors4DC

          You are just babbling, using inessential points to evade my central claim. 40% of registered voters didn’t select either Obama or Romney, and fewer voters, millions fewer, voted for Obama in 2012 than did in 2008. Voter participation rates over the past 50 years are erratic, but the overall trend is down not up. Obama received the votes of 30% of registered voters, Romney 29%. None of the above got the plurality. Neither party can survive if someone else appeals to the larger group who rejected both. That’s why they do everything they can to keep another party from emerging with law and state subsidies to their conventions and campaigns.

          If you only got 65 million votes and you lose 7 million every election, it doesn’t take many elections before no one is voting for you. When ou have to spend a billion dollars and have the entire media demonize and lie about your opponent and offer free goodies to get out even this dropping turn out, you aren’t very popular.

          • mlindroo

            > Voter participation rates over the past 50 years

            > are erratic, but the overall trend is down not up.

            Only if you extrapolate from a single data point:-)

            > If you only got 65 million votes and you lose 7

            > million every election, it doesn’t take many

            > elections before no one is voting for you. When

            > ou have to spend a billion dollars and have the

            > entire media demonize and lie about your

            > opponent and offer free goodies to get out even

            > this dropping turn out, you aren’t very popular.

            “Only” 65 million…and how many Republicans have gotten that many again?:-) So Obama lost four million votes? Big deal… As I have conclusively demonstrated, the decline since 2008 is largely confined to white voters who matter less and less.

            The GOP is now in dire straits since its previous strength — party’s identity as that of white people — has turned into a trap due to demographic changes.

          • BruceMajors4DC

            Your blinders, conceptual defects and inability to make distinctions prevent you from comprehending what I wrote. Very like an American proglodyte.

            For a graph of voter turnout showing an erratic but downward trend since 1950 I refer you to

            You apparently don’t get that whatever happens to the Republican party (which you mistakenly think I am defending – I am primarily attacking the Democratic party, and the inability of its partisans, including you I guess, to think), both it and the Democrats are losing voters, not non-voters but registered voters (another of the real world distinctions you don’t get), who may be voting in other races but are not voting for a Presidential candidate.

          • mlindroo

            OK, I will grant you one minor consolation point … more people were certainly voting back in the 1960s (my analysis covered the 1972-2012 elections).

            The idea of a successful third party presidential candidate seems far fetched indeed — although one can always hope that the Tea Party morons secede from the mainstream GOP, which then would be doomed to irrelevance. All talk about the supposed “decline” of liberal Democrats would then be moot.

          • BruceMajors4DC

            You remain oblivious in your pretentiousness. The Democratic party is a coalition of unrelated moochers held together only by a billion dollar campaign to scare them away from the one Other party. If the Other does not exist they have only themselves to fight with, over whose special needs will be funded first.

            Your inability to attend to the simplest facts (the huge number of registered voters who do not vote for a president) and the simplest distinctions (non-voters vs registered voters who do not vote for president) has shown you to be a bore with nothing to contribute other than your obsession with touting the brain dead Democrats as superior to the GOP. Even though their programs are failing every day.

          • mlindroo

            OK — so now you have started calling Democrats and myself names after utterly losing the election and the post election debate:-) I have had a great time, though — hope you are enjoying things too.



        • BruceMajors4DC

          Romney: 60,099,431 McCain: 59,948,323

          Obama 2012: 64,185,237 Obama 2008: 69,498,516

          Romney got the same vote (less than a million more) than McCain, though the voting age population had grown 4% (over 5 million more voters). Obama received over 5 million fewer votes even though the voting age population, presumably mainly young voters and immigrants who were said to be Obama supporters, had grown by 4%.

          Neither seemed to inspire a broad section of the country.

          • mlindroo

            OK. Since you want to count non-voters too, let’s put Obama’s performance in a wider context. In the twelve most recent elections, the best performances are as follows:

            1) Ronald Reagan (23.09% of the U.S. population voted for him in 1984)

            2) Barack Obama (22.83% of the U.S. population voted for him in 2008)

            3) Richard M. Nixon (22.54% of the U.S. population voted for him in 1972)

            4) George W. Bush (21.1% of the U.S. population voted for him in 2004)

            5) Barack Obama (20.99% of the U.S. population voted for him in 2012)

            If you still want to argue that Obama did not “inspire” people to vote in 2012, I’ll remind you that turnout in 2012 was the third-highest on record since 1972.

            > Obama received over 5 million fewer votes

            > even though the voting age population,

            > presumably mainly young voters and

            > immigrants who were said to be Obama

            > supporters, had grown by 4%.

            There is less than meets the eye here. The “decline” was mostly confined to white voters. The Latino vote increased by 9.2% in absolute terms compared to 2008 while the Asian share increased 47.4%. The Black vote stayed essentially flat (98.3%).

            The losses are mostly attributable to apolitical white voters, I think. Tea Partiers and conservative-libertarian ideologues of all stripes were of course highly motivated, as evidenced by record crowds at Romney rallies shortly before the election. On the other side of the aisle, urban white college professionals and young unmarried women (the Sandra Flukes) obviously liked Obama a lot and they voted for him in droves. 18-to-29 year old voters comprised 19% of the electorate vs. 18% in 2008 (an increase of 3.75% in absolute terms).

            The real decline is related to the white vote, although it’s important to keep in mind that the non-Hispanic white population has been almost flat since the 2008 election (millions of McCain voters have died since the last election!). I suspect the biggest drop concerns white working class folk from economically depressed areas. They obviously did not feel a Wall Street plutocrat understands their problems and concerns any better than Obama did.

  • BruceMajors4DC

    Chris Hughes is buying her wife a Congressional seat

  • Mark81150

    Never really appreciated before how Ace has made mockery an art form all it’s own.. We need more like him..

  • whitechildren

    Sad to think Whites need to join the Repubs in order to have representation.

    Non-white racial unity seems to be housed in the Demo party.

    When we have: Africa for Africans, Asia for Asians, White Countries for
    Everybody, what do we have overtime?

    We have fewer and fewer White people.

    When we mix more non-whites and fewer Whites in the same living space…

    In time, White extinction. Its called White genocide because this does not
    happen by chance. It is being forced upon Whites just like a rapist does not
    take no for an answer.

    How is this not so? How is this not White genocide?

    Anti-racist is a codeword for anti-white.

    HEY, Whites have to unite for survival sake.

  • Badger Mike

    AceofSpadesHQ is freaking awesome. Sorry for the blindingly obvious statement folks, but I was compelled to do it.