David Horowitz UCLA May 11, 2011 David Horowitz: I hope we’re in for a civil, intellectual evening tonight. But being that this is a university — and I have a lot of experience with universities; I’ve been on about 400 campuses — I’m going to hold my breath on that one. You can’t get a […]
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Jewish Student Sues UC Berkeley over Muslim Assault By Maayana Miskin–Israelnationalnews.com A Jewish student at the University of California at Berkeley who was attacked by a Muslim student last year has filed suit against UC Berkeley for failing to provide a safe atmosphere. In her suit, 21-year-old Jessica Felber alleges that UC Berkeley did not [...]
If progressives wonder why they began to falter at the end of the 20th century, I can tell them.
The great battles for black, workers’, and female rights having been (mostly) won. So-called “liberals” started calling themselves “progressives” at the precise moment they began, perversely, living in (and off) the past.
Dr. Jamie Glazov’s illuminating book, United in Hate: The Left’s Romance With Tyranny and Terror, has received a rave review from the Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons.
Nancy Pelosi is trying to get some help on becoming more likable: “Lawmakers say she is consulting marketing experts about building a stronger brand. The most prominent of her new whisperers is Steven Spielberg, the Hollywood director whose films have been works of branding genius. Lawmakers said Spielberg has not reported to Pelosi with a [...]
American born terrorists are trying to kill us. Since 9/11, nearly fifty terrorist plots, germinated in the United States and aspiring to inflict substantial casualties on the American public, have been uncovered in various stages of development.
In some neighborhoods in Paris, fundamentalist Muslims are using prayer as a Jihad against the local community and French government.
Elizabeth Edwards was a vital and key player in pushing forward much of today’s so-called progressive agenda. She should be remembered for her work and not simply her trials.
The people who walked in darkness have seen a great light; Upon those who dwelt in the land of gloom a light has shone. — Isaiah 9:1 This verse from Scripture will be read at Midnight Mass, December 25, in Catholic churches across America. For radicals in the pews, however, the light focused on will [...]