The Kennedy Doctrine vs. the Obama Doctrine


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How our president would have handled the Cuban missile crisis.

An Anniversary of Heroism and Shame—the Bay of Pigs at Fifty


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An incredible feat of arms for the sake of human liberty — squashed by the King of Camelot.

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From the Writings of David Horowitz: May 20, 2010


The main reason the CIA no longer recruits agents from top-ranked schools is because it can’t. “The men and women who teach today’s college students view the CIA with suspicion, if not disdain,” as Beinart put it. The formulation is, in fact, too mild. The left hates the CIA and regards it as an enemy [...]

They Fought Like Tigers


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Recounting the heroism of Cuba’s fallen and forgotten freedom-fighters.

From the Writings of David Horowitz: March 17, 2010


The arrest of Chile’s counter-revolutionary general, Augusto Pinochet, and the approach of the 40th anniversary of the Cuban Revolution bring into focus two celebrated battles of the Cold War, in which members of my generation took passionate sides. As one who went into these battles on one side and came [...]