The most famous American political culture in history has become a potent political force.
But the phrase “white culture” has been a hot-button political issue in recent weeks, with many of the most famous political figures in the country expressing opposition to the use of the term.
It is one of the defining moments of Donald Trump’s campaign.
And yet the term has been used in an almost exclusively negative way.
Many have described the use as a “nasty” smear that is meant to silence and marginalize those who have opposed Trump’s candidacy.
In a recent interview with The Associated Press, comedian Patton Oswalt said “a lot of white people” are “really, really mad” at him because he uses the term, and it’s also a “dumb thing to do.”
But what exactly does it mean to use the term?
And what does it actually mean to “white”?
Let’s take a look.
What does it really mean?
“White culture” is a cultural term that has been popularized by the media to describe the cultural and political values of white Americans.
The term “white” is used in the same way as “American,” “American culture,” or “American values,” according to Wikipedia.
The word “white,” however, is also used to describe a racial or ethnic group, and so it can be used to denote a broad range of people.
As with many other words in the English language, the word “nigger” is also often used in reference to black people.
“Nigger” has a history in American society, as the term was first used in 1865 to refer to African Americans in the South.
And while “niggers” is commonly used to refer specifically to people of African descent, “niggas” is often used to imply any white person.
The concept of “nige” is similar to the word for “niger.”
The term is derived from the Greek word “negi,” meaning “to be silent.”
This definition is widely used by whites to describe African Americans.
But in a recent New Yorker piece, writer Margaret Atwood argued that the word can also refer to people from other cultures and ethnicities.
“I don’t know what the word ‘nigger’ means to somebody who doesn’t come from Africa,” she wrote.
“There’s no such thing as a ‘nigger’ from Africa.
There’s a lot of things that can be ‘niggaz,’ and they are also ‘nigs.’
So, I’m not sure where the line is drawn.
But I’m certainly not against ‘naggers’ from all cultures, not from all races, and not from none.”
When we talk about “nagas,” “nigs” and “nags,” we’re really talking about black people, according to Atwood.
In her piece, Atwood said that “the idea of a black ‘niger,’ or an African ‘nagger,’ or a Hispanic ‘nagar,’ or someone of another color, is used to identify someone of color, even though that’s not what ‘nige’ actually means.”
The definition of “white values” can also be applied to a broad spectrum of American groups.
In an article published in the May 2016 issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association, researchers David J. Stahler and Scott W. Miller described the idea of “nationalist white values” as a set of “historical assumptions” that define what it means to be a white person in America.
According to Stahlers and Miller, “the most important value of white identity, in America today, is the superiority of white culture.”
“Nationalist white identity” is the idea that the white race is superior to other races.
“Nationalism” is defined by Stahls and Miller as a commitment to “preserving and preserving the supremacy of white America over all others.”
The notion that “white America” is superior is a powerful political force that has shaped the culture of American politics since the country was founded.
“White nationalism” was a key pillar of Trump’s presidential campaign, and was used in several of his campaign rallies and speeches, according the AP.
“A lot of people think it’s just a bunch of ‘white people’ talking, but it’s not,” Trump told a crowd at a rally in Iowa in March.
“It’s not like a bunch.
It’s very powerful.”
The use of “racist” to describe white Americans is not new, and the term is used as a tool of racism, as political opponents of Trump have claimed.
In 2012, for example, conservative commentator Ann Coulter used the term “nazis” to refer “to the people of the world who hate us,” while defending the use in her book, “The Truth About Trump,” of the “n-word.”
“The word ‘white’ is a term that people of color have used for a