The Appeaser


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The troubling unwillingness of Obama to confront our enemies and protect our friends.

From the Writings of David Horowitz: May 13, 2010


Following the liberation of Baghdad, historian Arthur Schlesinger Jr. wrote, “President George W. Bush has made a fatal change in the foreign policy of the United States. He has repudiated the strategy that won the Cold War—the combination of containment and deterrence … The Bush Doctrine reverses all that. The essence of our new strategy [...]

Remembering the Cold Warriors


American Soviet Flag

Will the unsung heroes who guarded against the communist threat ever get their due?

Make Mine Freedom: Prophetic Cold War-Era Comic


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While watching the news tonight I experienced a flash of dissonance, whereby my preferred perception of reality was distinctly incongruent with the moment. I found my usual optimistic outlook on events in direct conflict with the reality of America’s descent into the radical blend of Marxism, Socialism and Communism currently progressed by the Obama administration. [...]

Ralph Peters: Our Christmas Guardians


Our Christmas Guardians.
Some of them aren’t home for holiday.
By Ralph Peters
Each year at Christmas, we remember our troops, far from home, standing be tween us and the latest Herods out to slaughter the innocents.
As a former soldier, my thoughts are with the “ground pounders” out there, whether in Iraq, Afghanistan or Fort Hood, Texas. The [...]

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From the Pen of David Horowitz: December 23, 2009


Another of my books, “The Politics of Bad Faith,” was recently published in paperback. It consists of my intellectual framework for rejecting the left, and therefore examines the main political issues confronting my generation — the Cold War, the question of socialism and whether the ideals of the left are implicated in the crimes that [...]

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