David Horowitz’s Archives: How Liberals Get Conservatives Wrong


This article originally appeared at FrontPage Magazine, on October 15, 2008. In the introduction to Rebels All!,Kevin Mattson’s unconventional look at conservatives, the historian acknowledges that conservative ideas need to be taken seriously. This is a refreshing departure from the wish of most liberals and all leftists that conservative ideas would just disappear. It is also [...]

David Horowitz’s Archives: A Forgery and a Hate Crime


This article originally appeared at FrontPage Magazine, on October 09, 2007. In a stratagem typical of the deceitful smear campaigns the left seems to favor, an obviously fake hate flyer has been posted all over the George Washington University campus with the intention of sabotaging Islamo-Fascism Awareness Week (October 22-26), and smearing its sponsors the David [...]

David Horowitz’s Archives: My Encounter With the Enemy in Milwaukee


This article originally appeared at FrontPage Magazine, on May 13, 2008. While waiting to speak at the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee last night, I was given a tour of the Student Union, the venue for my talk. The Union building also houses the offices of student clubs, funded by mandatory student fees. On the bulletin [...]

David Horowitz’s Archives: Matthew Yglesias’ Islamo-Fascism Petition


This article was originally published on October 02, 2007. On October 8, we are officially launching a drive to obtain signatures on a petition condemning Islamo-fascism. Our campaign has already been attacked – before launch – by Atantic Monthly blogger, Matthew Yglesias. Yglesias should know better since he was a supporter of the war against Islamo-fascism in Iraq, [...]

David Horowitz’s Archives: The Worst Person In The World


This article originally appeared at FrontPage Magazine, on October 1, 2007. Last Friday, on his MSNBC television show, Olbermann named me “The Worst Person in the World.”  “The Worst Person” is a regular feature of Countdown, for which Olbermann is the host, and the same program featured an attack on a previous “worst person,” Fox [...]

David Horowitz’s Archives: The Problem For Our Country


This article originally appeared at FrontPage Magazine, on November 23, 2007. I guess it’s noteworthy when George Soros singles you out for attack. On the other hand, when you have been targeted by as many leftists as I have, one more billionaire doesn’t make much difference. These assaults have been inspired by my efforts to [...]

David Horowitz’s Archives: Den of Thieves


This article originally appeared at FrontPage Magazine, on March 24, 2006. As I have proceeded with the tedious and unrewarding project of replying to the critical reviews of professors profiled in the pages of my book, I find myself wondering whether there has ever been a cohort of intellectuals so socially privileged and occupationally secure [...]

David Horowitz’s Archives: Marc Lamont Hill’s Overrated Black People List: Michael Eric Dyson


This article originally appeared at FrontPage Magazine, on October 12, 2009. In a recent twitter the eminent Fox commentator Marc Lamont Hill asked his followers in exasperation, “Am I the only one who thinks that awarding Barack Obama the Nobel Peace Prize is ABSURD?!?!?!” Hill coupled that with this: “Ok, now I HAVE to to start my [...]

David Horowitz’s Archives: Attack of an Academic Zero


This article originally appeared at FrontPage Magazine, on March 21, 2006. Michael Vocino is a full professor of media and film studies and of political science at the University of Rhode Island. Vocino is profiled in my book, The Professors and is in an apparent lather over what I have written about him. Two weeks before The [...]

David Horowitz’s Archives: Close, But No Cigar


This article originally appeared at FrontPage Magazine, on February 27, 2006. Even before my new book The Professors appeared in book stores, attacks on it began to appear on the Internet and I predicted that it would be a long time before any leftist reviewed the book I actually wrote. Apparently The Professors posed such a threat to [...]