Is the Texas Board of Education Conservative — or Honest?


Have you heard of Phyllis Schlafly? Do you believe liberals are responsible for civil rights? Do you understand the consequences of Title IX? Are you aware that Germans and Italians were interned during World War II along with the Japanese? These are just some of the issues that have been debated for years in states [...]

Charles Krauthammer: An Ambivalent Call to Arms, Daily News


We shall fight in the air, we shall fight on the landing grounds, we shall fight in the fields, we shall fight in the hills – for 18 months. Then we start packing for home. We shall never surrender – unless the war gets too expensive, in which case, we shall quote Eisenhower on “the […]

From the Pen of David Horowitz: December 3, 2009


Antonio Gramsci once described the revolutionary temperament as a pessimism of the intellect and an optimism of the will. For the veterans of my radical generation, the balance was tipped when we sustained what seemed like irreparable injury to our sense of historical possibility. It was not even so much the feeling that the left [...]

The East Anglia Revelations Have Not Changed My Mind, Part 1


On Fox’s Special Report Monday evening, Brit Hume made the central argument against the politics and science of global warming: its proponents have not yet made accurate predictions. Nor have they gotten the concept straight. Is “global warming” or “climate change” the problem?
I began writing about this issue years ago [...]