American History X

By Trevor Lynch for Counter Currents Director Tony Kaye’s anti-skinhead morality tale American History X (1998) is proof that propaganda is far from an exact science. Just as Stanley Kubrick’s Full Metal Jacket caused a surge in Marine recruitment, American History X actually increases audience sympathies with neo-Nazi skinheads, despite its best efforts to present them …

Notes on Adjustment Day

Notes on Revolution in Chuck Palahniuk’s Adjustment Day By Greg Johnson of Counter Currents   Chuck Palahniuk’s Adjustment Day is a highly imaginative and entertaining novel that reflects a long and deep immersion in the online world of White Nationalism, from the best of it to the worst and all shades in …

Self-Publishing

By Mike Walsh of Renegade Tribune Self-Publishing should be what it says on the can; you are your own publisher. It is your book; you are in complete control of your book’s presentation and publication. The copyright is yours, as are the royalties. It is liberating and can be profitable. …

Fiction For Our Folk

A Review of Paul Christensen’s Books BY KYLE HUNT OF RENEGADE TRIBUNE Being the head of Renegade does not come with a whole lot of perks, except once in awhile I get sent some great books to add to my collection. Most of the time the books are things people …