David Horowitz’s Archives: Robin Hood lives, unfortunately


This article was originally published by Salon, on May 24, 2007. It is almost a decade since the Marxist empire began crumbling, yet the crackpot ideas of its founder live on. The idea that wealth is a form of “social injustice,” and that redistributing income is a worthy and progressive goal remains persuasive to people [...]

David Horowitz’s Archives: Dialogue of the deaf


This article was originally published by Salon on May 24, 2009. A recent article in the Los Angeles Times Sunday Book Review reveals how the culture war has become a dialogue of the deaf. In a negative review of new books by Norman Podhoretz and Hilton Kramer, the left-wing critic Russell Jacoby writes that the [...]

David Horowitz’s Archives: Jew Conspiracies at Huffington


This article was originally published by FrontPage Magazine, on September 19, 2007. It’s apparently the season for revivals of the notorious Protocols of the Elders of Zion or variations thereof. This is the time worn paranoia that the Jews, while a miniscule fraction of the world’s population, nonetheless run it. The unspoken (and unexamined) implication [...]

David Horowitz’s Archives: The Smearing of “The Patriot”


Originally published by Salon on July 10, 2000. Anti-Americanism runs amok, again, and the left shows that nihilism is all that remains of its agenda. The intersection of the Fourth of July weekend and the release of Mel Gibson’s “The Patriot” provided a perfect opportunity to reflect on the way America’s heritage is under continuous [...]

David Horowitz’s Archives: An Inherited Genetic Disorder


The successes of the academic freedom campaign and the publication of The Professors have produced a rash of websites and a phalanx of pundits devoted to attacking them. Their assaults deploy the unsavory weapons of the character assassin trade – distortion, smears and concocted tales, and a reflexive pouncing on every intellectual disagreement or error [...]

David Horowitz’s Archives: Vocabulary of War


This article was originally published by FrontPage Magazine, on October 19, 2007. The Left is up in arms over the effort to hold an Islamo-Fascism Awareness Week on American college campuses. The goal of the Week is to alert Americans to the threat from Islamo-Fascism and to focus attention on the violent oppression of Muslim women [...]

David Horowitz’s Archives: The Surreal World of the Progressive Left


This article was originally published by FrontPage Magazine, on January 25, 2008. It is not for nothing that George Orwell had to invent terms like “double-think” and “double-speak” to describe the universe totalitarians created. Those who have watched the left as long as I have, understand the impossible task that progressives confront in conducting their [...]

David Horowitz’s Archives: An Academic Tragedy


This article was originally published by FrontPage Magazine, on March 13, 2009. [Editor’s note: This is the introduction to the newly published book One-Party Classroom: How Radical Professors at America's Top Colleges Indoctrinate Students and Undermine Our Democracy by David Horowitz and Jacob Laksin. The introduction was written by David Horowitz.] To appreciate the radical changes [...]

David Horowitz’s Archives: It’s Munich in America


This article was originally published by FrontPage Magazine, on November 26, 2007. An American Secretary of State should be in Baghdad brokering a reconciliation between Iraqi factions and locking down a victory for which nearly 4,000 Americans gave their lives. Iraq is the central front in the holy war against the West being waged by [...]

David Horowitz’s Archives: “The Nation” Has a Little Lie….


This article was originally published by FrontPage Magazine on March 31, 2006. Long before Senator McCarthy enjoyed his hour of disreputable fame, another Joseph had discovered how to deal effectively with political rivals. Not only the inquisitive senator, but every political inquisitor since, has owed a primary debt to comrade Stalin. It was Stalin’s sinister [...]