From the Writings of David Horowitz: May 16, 2010


In the business of mothers dying, fate dealt me a better hand than it did Saul Bellow. My mother lived to a ripe age and was vigorous to the end. When she had her first stroke my children were already adults, and had given me two grandchildren besides. I was well into the cycle of [...]

David Horowitz Confronts Mark LeVine, Genocide Apologist, on Hannity


Hat-tip to Donald Douglas at American Power who has a must-read post on the segment.
Be sure and note how Mark LeVine has the same excuse that some of our leftist commenters have: David Horowitz provoked her into saying something that she doesn’t really mean. By “refusing to answer her question” she got frustrated. Never mind [...]

Audio of David Horowitz on Sean Hannity’s Radio Show Yesterday


Thanks Right Scoop!

From the Writings of David Horowitz: May 15, 2010


But this self-described moral teacher and disciple of Socrates and Christ has nothing to say about the collusion of progressives in the worst episode of mass murder and human oppression in recorded history. Instead, West is the proud co-chair of the “Democratic Socialists of America,” an organization that defines its position [...]

From the Writings of David Horowitz: May 13, 2010


Following the liberation of Baghdad, historian Arthur Schlesinger Jr. wrote, “President George W. Bush has made a fatal change in the foreign policy of the United States. He has repudiated the strategy that won the Cold War—the combination of containment and deterrence … The Bush Doctrine reverses all that. The essence of our new strategy [...]

From the Writings of David Horowitz: May 12, 2010


On November 11, 2003, [George] Soros again vowed to drive Bush from office. His language was inflammatory, verging on hysteria. “America under Bush is a danger to the world,” Soros declared. Ousting Bush, he told The Washington Post, “is the central focus of my life … a matter of life and death.” [...]

From the Writings of David Horowitz: May 11, 2010


On a dark Thursday in March the telephone rang and I picked up the receiver to hear my youngest child say “Something terrible has happened,” and I knew that a family member was gone.
When death takes someone you love, there is no looking back. And there is only looking back. You can’t complain there’s been [...]

Horowitz on “Hurricane” Cornel West at NRO


National Review just published an essay about Cornel West by NewsReal Blog’s editor-in-chief, David Horowitz. It’s a fascinating read about one of the most destructive and radical men in America. I strongly urge you to take the time to read it. Thanks to David Forsmark for finding it.
Rarely has our country faced a more uncertain [...]

From the Writings of David Horowitz: May 10th, 2010


On December 14th, 2000, as the holiday season was getting into full swing in Wichita Kansas, five young men and women, all professionals with bright careers in front of them were taken hostage in a townhouse. Two criminal brothers held them at gunpoint, raped the women and made the men have sex with each other, [...]

From the Writings of David Horowitz: May 9, 2010


Sarah was born in London on January 4, 1964, in a one-bedroom basement flat near Hampstead Heath where our family had taken up a residence that was to last several years. According to the English practice, a midwife delivered her at home and a doctor came to look in on her [...]