From the Writings of David Horowitz: May 11, 2010


On a dark Thursday in March the telephone rang and I picked up the receiver to hear my youngest child say “Something terrible has happened,” and I knew that a family member was gone.
When death takes someone you love, there is no looking back. And there is only looking back. You can’t complain there’s been [...]

Leg Thrills and Spine Chills With Chris Matthews Part 5: Empty Words Create Little Monsters and Grownup Nightmares


My son-in-law, Travis, had what I like to call a “reality attack” while attempting to discipline his two-year-old daughter Pearl. Pearl, like most little girls, holds her Daddy’s heart in the palm of her hand. Like most toddlers, she is a formidable force of boundless energy and relentless willpower.
As the young scamp ran past her [...]

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What My Daughter Taught Me About Compassion – by David Horowitz


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Sarah understood that changing the world meant starting with our relationship.

From the Pen of David Horowitz: December 27, 2009


President Barack Obama has been in office nearly one year, making it two since my late daughter Sarah trudged through a freezing winter in Iowa to help him win the nomination. According to a Gallup poll conducted on the anniversary of the presidential vote, only 28% of Americans still believe that Mr. Obama will be [...]

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Honoring Sarah – by Richard Baehr


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David Horowitz shares the generosity of spirit and courage of his late daughter.

Sarah’s Story – by Barbara Kay


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David Horowitz’s heartbreaking tribute to his late daughter Sarah.

A Cracking of the Heart – by David Horowitz


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“David Horowitz’s book is filled with the passion born of love and commitment to family.”

At Power Line: Remembering Sarah


At Power Line Blog today:
I have had the sad task of writing a just-published book about my daughter Sarah who died at the age of 44 from complications related to a birth condition. No parent should have to bury his child, and the book I have written, which is called A Cracking of the Heart, [...]

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