Left Playbook — Crash the Tea Parties


Ghandi famously charted the trajectory of his protest movement thus: “First they ignore us, then they ridicule us, then they fight us, then we win.”
In the aftermath of the hand-to-hand combat that was the Health Care Reform bill I think it is safe to say we are well into step three. (For the guardians of [...]

CNN loses ‘dozens’ of viewers


Or: “Larry King’s audience has fallen (by 52%) and it can’t get up…”
The two MediaBistro headlines tell the story:
* “Q1 2010 Ratings: Dominant Fox News Has Best Quarter in Network History”
* “Q1 2010 Ratings: CNN Sees Double Digit Drop from Year Ago”
Since CNN has such trouble with, you know, numbers and stuff, I wonder if [...]

From the Writings of David Horowitz: March 31, 2010


The big news during Islamo-Fascism Awareness Week was the disruption of my speech at Emory University by leftists who, it so happens, weren’t actually students. They were members of the Coalition United for Peace and Justice, one of the leading groups in the movement to save the Islamo-Fascist regime in Iraq from being overthrown by [...]

Leftist Politics Destroyed ‘24’


Since 2001, there haven’t been any shows that have excited me more than 24. In fact, I can’t think of the last show that kept me on the edge of my seat like 24 did during its first few seasons. Its ability to attack terrorism in a way that takes no prisoners was not only [...]

The Threat We Face


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Crystallizing who our enemy is — and the policies we need to prevail.

CAIR’s Fort Hood Hijacking


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An Army soldier stationed at Fort Hood gets involved with radical Muslim groups.

Surviving the Sixties (Not)


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Who tells the truth about the ’60s? Gitlin and Judt or Collier and Horowitz?

Smearing with a Broad Brush


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For the Left, it’s acceptable to generalize about “racist” Tea Partiers but not Islamic jihadists.

World Council of Churches: The KGB Connection


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A new book details how the Soviets exploited the World Council of Churches

Faith and Fiction


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A thriller writer and an FBI veteran eschew sermonizing for suspense in two Christian fiction hits.