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Horowitz Could Find The Cure For Cancer – Feinstein and Feingold Would Probably Ban It

Posted By John L. Work On March 13, 2010 @ 3:26 pm In NewsReal Blog | No Comments

David Horowitz could find the cure for cancer.  Senators Dianne Feinstein, Russ Feingold et al would probably ban it from public access and use – forever.  The American Left, long ago the purported champions of freedom of speech and civil rights, has bloomed into a repressive, liberty-suffocating, truth-killing stalker, ever looking for another patriotic fact-finder to destroy. The truth is inconsequential – if the wrong person speaks it, he must be silenced.

NRB Editor David Swindle’s take on the Congressional Left’s ire with the revelation that the Department of Homeland Security, led by Janet Napolitano, is (gasp) using information from Horowitz’s DiscoverTheNetworks library is a must-read.  Napolitano can only be wondering how this could happen, and why her desk is covered with memos from the left-wing Senate offices.

DiscoverTheNetworks (DTN) is the most complete repository imaginable for information on the political Left .  The work that Horowitz and his associates have done in assembling this treasure trove is prolific, prodigious – and deadly accurate.

So, in your spare minutes, take a stroll over there to DTN.  Type in whatever topic may catch your interest at the moment.  Enjoy the journey down whatever path you would like to travel.

In the meantime, from a brief  interview a few years back, one that Fox News would probably not broadcast today, here’s the man himself, the one the American Left considers an arch-Enemy Of The State, talking to Neal Cavuto about Islam and Saudi Arabia’s funding of radical Muslim student organizations on American campuses.

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