The First Assassin – by David Forsmark


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A terrific debut novel by John Miller of National Review.

Politically Correct Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Iran – by Lloyd Billingsley


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Comment about Iranian player gets Los Angeles Clippers’ announcers suspended.

Obama Lets The Cat Out of the Bag: I Don’t Believe We Can Win


On Keith Olbermann, Howard Fineman called the president’s speech “a minimalist defense of the Afghanistan strategy.” On MSNBC and CNN two communist leaders of the Black Caucus, Maxine Waters and Barbara Lee signalled they will oppose the minimalist defense, Senator Russ Feingold carrying on the progressive tradition of sabotaging America’s defense policies has declared he [...]

Who are YOU Calling Dumb? Palin-Basher Joy Behar Thinks “Black Friday” is a Racist Term


Joy Behar is supposedly a comic.  It’s hard to tell, as the only time she’s really funny is unintentionally.  Can you really build a career from that?
With a voice that makes The Nanny sound as sweet as Ella Fitzgerald, and a manner that makes a frontier mining camp madam seem like Grace Kelly, Behar has [...]

Dear ‘60 Minutes/Vanity Fair Poll’


I’m enjoying your bemused/disgusted reaction to your own poll, in which Rush Limbaugh was voted the “Most Influential Conservative Voice In America:”
In a “Rush” to judgment, Mr. Limbaugh scored the most with 26 percent of the vote. His competitor, Mr. Beck edged out the last two Republican vice presidential candidates by a nose. It goes [...]

From the Interviews of David Horowitz: November 30, 2009


“This book was therapy for me; it was a remembrance of my daughter and her extraordinary courage… It’s a lesson to all of us who complain about much lesser frustrations and obstacles that we face. We often feel utterly defeated by them. This book should inspire people. Her life should inspire people to face those [...]

Sunday Comment of the Day: Pursuing Holiness and Understanding God


I tend to find myself agreeing with Nick’s commentary on the nature of God and how to pursue holiness. He left it on today’s David Horowitz Quote of the Day:

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The most challenging of these questions emerge when after one agrees to seek, he considers the Nature of God. Is God an [...]

From the Pen of David Horowitz: November 29, 2009


Day in and day out, my wife prayed for my health and for my continued presence on this earth. Her brother Joe and his wife Martha, who attended a Catholic church, St. John’s of Vianney, had organized thirty Hispanic men, women and children, including my nieces, to pray for me too. There were others. Every [...]

From the Pen of David Horowitz: November 26, 2009


– UC Santa Barbara

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From the Pen of David Horowitz: November 12, 2009


Liberalism has a long and honorable pedigree, but since the 1960s it has just not been able to say no to the Left. Today liberalism often finds itself stuck in the political equivalent of a fugal state, supporting anti-American and anti-democratic ideas such as racial- and gender-preferences and the feminist assault on the family with [...]