Secular Creationism

This article originally appeared in FrontPage Magazine on March 19, 2007. A year ago the biggest issue in education after budgets was whether “Intelligent Design” should be taught in the nation’s schools. Opponents called it a form of “creationism” and the press dubbed the ensuing legal battle as the biggest clash between faith and science [...]

David Horowitz’s Archives: I, Rigoberta Menchú, liar

This article originally appeared at Salon on January 11, 1999. The story of Rigoberta Menchú, a Quiché Mayan from Guatemala whose autobiography catapulted her to international fame, won her the Nobel Peace Prize and made her an international emblem of the dispossessed indigenous peoples of the Western Hemisphere and their attempt to rebel against the [...]

Read This And Weep For Your Country

I’m posting this column from an American warrior who had the courage to tell his countrymen the truth. I’m sending him a copy of the book I wrote with Ben Johnson, Party of Defeat: How Democrats and Radicals Undermined America’s War on Terror Before and After 9/11 to show him that a few of us [...]

David Horowitz’s Archives: The Manchurian Presidency

This article originally appeared at Salon, on June 21, 1999. Thanks to the Cox Report, we now know that the seven years of the Clinton presidency have coincided with the most massive breach of military security in American history. As a result of the calculated degrading of security controls at America’s nuclear laboratories, the Chinese communists [...]

David Horowitz’s Archives: The vast left-wing conspiracy

When the dust has finally settled on this lost year of American politics, there may be consolation in the fact that much of the damage is reparable, and that most of the scars inflicted on the nation will be readily healed. As a new election cycle rolls around, fresh faces will become the focus of [...]

David Horowitz’s Archives: Walking the Walk

This article originally appeared at Salon, on March 15, 1999. In the aftermath of the Senate trial of the president, the nation has been struggling to “move on,” to put the scandal and the partisan standoff over the impeachment process behind it and to get on with the political business at hand. Both left and right [...]

David Horowitz’s Archives: Kazan: Who betrayed whom?

This article first appeared at Salon, on March 29, 2010. Those who condemn the betrayals of the witch-hunt era need to look now at their own. It is just a little over two years ago that I wrote my first column for Salon, a piece about Elia Kazan in which I called for an end to [...]

David Horowitz’s Archives: Why Gore would censor “South Park”

This article originally appeared at Salon, on July 19, 1999. A few years ago I found myself in Nashville at a two-day gathering of liberal “media experts” sponsored by Vice President Al Gore. The purpose of the meeting was to provide a “scientific” rationale for the censorship that Gore and the president (who also attended) [...]

David Horowitz’s Archives: Why Israel Is The Victim And The Arabs Are The Indefensible Aggressors In the Middle East

This article first appeared in FrontPage Magazine on January 9, 2002. 1. The Jewish Problem and Its “Solution” ZIONISM is a national liberation movement, identical in most ways to other liberation movements that leftists and progressives the world over — and in virtually every case but this one — fervently support. This exceptionalism is also [...]

Today Is a Day for Conservatives to Thank Barack Obama

Today is a day for conservatives to thank Barack Obama, Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid for destroying the Democratic majority in Congress, stopping the progressive juggernaut and putting Republicans in a perfect position to take control of the Senate in 2012 and eject the Radical-in-Chief from his Oval perch. Watching the MSNBC leftists Olbermann, Matthews [...]