Media Malpractice


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Welcome to the world where Richard Blumenthal’s lies are less reprehensible than Rand Paul’s honest opinion.

Problems with Puerto Rican Statehood Similar to Those That Led to U.S. Civil War


When I heard the news that a vote on Puerto Rican Statehood was set to take place tomorrow, my heart stopped. I couldn’t process the fact that this rather transformational news did not reach my ears until the day before it was to be voted on. It reminded me of that awful dream where you realize that [...]

Left Decries Healthcare History it Doesn’t Know or Understand


The Left conveniently invokes a glib and slanted version of history to push through its statist healthcare agenda. But when challenged by historically informed conservatives who make different and more accurate historical analogies, the Left cries foul and runs away.

Chris Matthews Goes “Jay Walking”


One of Jay Leno’s funniest bits on the Tonight Show is when he goes trolling in Hollywood for people who know nothing about America.  They don’t know what country we fought to be independent from, what century the Civil War was in, etc.
MSNBC commentator Chris Matthews is a frequent Leno guest; but Thursday night, he [...]

Global Warming as Segregation?


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The religious Left likens climate change activism with the civil rights protests of yesteryear.

The Anti-American Legal Left


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Established in 1920 by Roger Baldwin (who candidly stated that “Communism [was] the goal” toward which his efforts were directed), the American Civil Liberties Union characterizes itself as America’s “guardian of liberty,” working to “defend and preserve the individual rights and liberties guaranteed to every person in this country by the Constitution and laws of the United […]

From the Pen of David Horowitz: December 16, 2009


A new scholarly study by two civil rights veterans has now been introduced into this debate. Stephan and Abigail Thernstrom’s America In Black and White reconstructs the history of racial progress and conflict in the postwar era, and examines the impact of affirmative action solutions. The authors cite a statement made in 1996 by Atlanta’s [...]

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Leftist Lawmaker Nadler Aligned With ACORN Still Defending ACORN


The chairman of the House Judiciary Committee’s subcommittee on the Constitution, Civil Rights, and Civil Liberties continues to refuse growing calls to investigate ACORN, a group that has endorsed him and that he has given money to.
The panel’s chairman, Rep. Jerrold Nadler (D-N.Y.), is so close to ACORN he even provided advice to ACORN’s lawyer on [...]