In March of 2017, Gregory Conte joined the National Policy Institute as Director of Operations. Before and since, he has proven to be indispensable in
Richard Spencer recently joined a group of critically-minded YouTube broadcasters for an live ideological discussion and debate. We appreciate Andy Warski’s invitation and willingness to
From everyone here at the National Policy Institute, Merry Christmas and Good Yule!
The National Policy Institute held its annual Christmas celebration and fundraiser on December 16 at its location just outside the nation’s capitol in Old Town
Americans are exasperated with the mainstream media. In poll after poll, public trust in CNN and its ilk has sunk to unheard-of lows. Donald Trump
Putting the Policy in the National Policy Institute To understand the need for a new vision and program for national policy, one need only reflect
Mr. Trump, build Kate’s Wall! On Sunday, December 3, 2017, Richard Spencer and the National Policy Institute helped lead a demonstration outside of the White
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
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
Much of the debate on the decline of Whites in their traditional homelands centers on “immigration,” and specifically the continuing arrival in the West of large numbers of colored “immigrants” from the poorest regions of the world. But is “immigration” an accurate term for this phenomenon?
Some critics of “immigration” feel the term is euphemistic and prefer to label the phenomenon “invasion.” Guillaume Faye calls it “colonization.” Yet, although the use of alternative terminology is motivated by legitimate concerns with the scale, the permanence, and the non-assimilation associated with modern immigration in the West, neither alternative seems satisfactory