From the Writings of David Horowitz: March 25, 2010


So why the continuing lies? The reason is this: The truth is too embarrassing. Imagine what it would be like for Betty Friedan (the name actually is Friedman) to admit that as a Jew she opposed America’s entry into the war against Hitler because Stalin told her that it was just [...]

Obama is Not What a Feminist Looks Like


March 8th was International Women’s Day. As celebrated in the United States, it’s a feel-good pseudo-holiday that promises a conscience soothing reprieve from focusing on the status of women around the world for the next 364 days.  It’s also an occasion when presidents and first ladies are expected to weigh in on issues impacting women’s [...]

Fight the Mental Burqa, Part 1: For Every Force…


David Horowitz crowns a wonderful chapter in his autobiography, Radical Son, with this important key to the essence of the Revolution:
“You have to realize that the issue didn’t matter. The issues were never the issues. It was the Revolution that was everything. Anything that undermined the system contributed to the Revolution and was therefore good.”

The [...]

From the Pen of David Horowitz: January 13, 2010


Why do political “progressives” feel the need to lie so regularly about who they are? The question is an old one, but is newly prompted by a biography of feminist leader Betty Friedan, which establishes beyond doubt that the woman who virtually created modern feminism is a political imposter. In her path-breaking book, The Feminine [...]

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