From the Writings of David Horowitz: July 6, 2010


Loyalty to bad commitments leads to moral incoherence, which also manifests itself in Christopher [Hitchen's] choices of friends and enemies. The epic struggle against totalitarianism for much of the 20th Century was America’s cold war against the Soviet empire. But during the last decades of this cold war, Christopher’s platform was the Nation magazine – America’s leading journal of the “anti-anti Communist left,” that is, the left of apologists for Communist crimes and enablers of the totalitarian bloc.