“Defend Education”: The Usual Suspects Behind California Unrest


As predicted yesterday in my post about bourgeois Berkeley brats bemoaning tuition hikes, far from being a genuine student upswell, these poor saps are, in fact, being orchestrated by an extensive  coalition of neo-communist networks.  How wonderful it must be to have a readymade mob of dopey, emotionally driven, undereducated idealists filling the roles anew [...]

NewsReal Blog Interview with John Yoo, Part 3: Good Presidents Make Their Own Rules


John Yoo is currently a professor of law at the University of California, Berkeley. From 2001 to 2003 he was a deputy assistant attorney general in the Office of Legal Council at the U.S. Department of Justice. It was during this time that he co-authored the Bybee memo defining torture and American Habeas [...]

NewsReal Blog Interview with John Yoo, Part 2: The Good (military commissions), The Bad (Federal Trials), and The Ugly (KSM)


John Yoo is currently a professor of law at the University of California, Berkeley. From 2001 to 2003 he was a deputy assistant attorney general in the Office of Legal Council at the U.S. Department of Justice. It was during this time that he co-authored the Bybee memo defining torture and American Habeas [...]

NewsReal Blog Interview with John Yoo, Part 1: Harsh Interrogations were Justified


John Yoo is currently a professor of law at the University of California, Berkeley. From 2001 to 2003 he was a deputy assistant attorney general in the Office of Legal Council at the U.S. Department of Justice. It was during this time that he co-authored the Bybee memo defining torture and American Habeas [...]

From the Writings of David Horowitz: Feburary 7, 2010


I looked forward to seeing Elissa. Although we had not been married for thirty years, we had not lost each other entirely either. A durable bond had been forged out of the love we shared for our children, and now for their children, and out of memories of a past long gone.
Although the streets of [...]

We Need Diversity


College Football3

How come diversity-driven administrators allow sports, the most visible part of a college, to be the least diverse and least inclusive?

From the Writings of David Horowitz: January 31, 2010


When Sarah settled into the new apartment on Bush Street, she became master of her own space and began to move in new directions. “She wanted to be a different person, wanted a new life,” Emily recalls. “She loved living by herself, without roommates; it gave her a new independence. Whatever she did now didn’t [...]

The Ramparts I Watched


ramparts

Our storied radical magazine did transform the nation—for the worse.

To Hitchens, With Love: The Fault of Dogmatic Inconsistency. Yes, Yours.


Dear Christopher,
It’s been a while since our last encounter when I told you I needed some time to think about where this relationship is going (you know how much I like Guinness, yet, you continue to ply me with Johnnie Walker Black, amongst other compromising things).  I wanted to keep our personal issues as such–personal. [...]

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From the Pen of David Horowitz: January 17, 2010


After our descent from the mountains, April and I stopped in Santa Fe to visit my oldest childhood friend, Danny Wolfman. Danny and I were born a month apart in 1939 and had been passengers in the same baby carriage pushed alternately by our two mothers who were also best friends. [...]

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