There’s Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, Cyber Monday, Giving Tuesday, and now White Wednesday.
In coordination with our friends at other pro-white businesses, we present White Wednesday. Strategically use your gift-giving resources for the cause! (At a discount!)
We are offering 15% off our entire stock, including new titles.
Use the code “WHITECHRISTMAS” at checkout.
Featured New Titles for 2023:
Pre-Order (Arrives Friday!) The Cultured Thug, by Jonathan Bowden
The Cultured Thug is an excellent introduction to both the astonishing breadth and unifying threads of Bowden’s interests. Read it, and you’ll become a bit more cultured and a bit more courageous at the same time.
- Toward a New Nationalism, by Greg Johnson
Toward a New Nationalism is a companion volume to his The White Nationalist Manifesto. Toward a New Nationalism offers a White Nationalist analysis of race realism, white identity, the problems with conservatism and libertarianism, “hate,” “white privilege,” American ethnic identity and nationalism, technological utopianism, freedom of speech, metapolitics, the Jewish question, the rise and fall of the Alt Right, and the ethos of idealism, duty, and self-sacrifice that white advocates need to cultivate if they are to change the world.
- Opportunities in Alabama Agriculture, by Tito Perdue
This is the story of Benjamin Reuben, a junior member of a large and highly uneducated family lodged in one of the more sterile regions of Alabama. Before the Great War (1914–1918), he acquired a woman and a parcel of farmland through forced marriage. Adept at nothing but spelling, blessed and burdened by a poetic imagination but starved of culture, the young insomniac toiled sedulously for years, doing most of his plowing at night. Finally, to save his farm, he became a rural postman. At last in old age he and the woman drifted on down to the Edge of the world, a small distance from their tattered house. He died thinking himself a failure by worldly reckoning, overlooking his six children and growing brood of grandchildren, including one Lee Pefley, the preceptor of another Reuben who was destined to turn the world around.
- The Trial of Socrates, by Greg Johnson
The trial of Socrates is a pivotal event in world history. Before Socrates, philosophy had put society on trial. Now society was striking back.
The Trial of Socrates first presents the case for the prosecution based on Aristophanes’ comedy Clouds, which mocks Socrates as a preacher of atheism and moral corruption. The case for the defense is drawn from five of Plato’s dialogues, which explore the permanent tensions between intellectual freedom and social order, as well as how they might be harmonized.
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