Radical Son Reflections, Part I: The Hidden Blessing of Inequality


Today, we will start a new series here at NewsRealblog, the subject of which will be David Horowitz’s political memoirs Radical Son: A Generational Odyssey. I started reading this book, described by P.J. O’Rourke as “one of the best political memoirs I have ever read,” for the first time a few days ago and will [...]

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George Obama: An Inadvertent American


In a self-conscious missive to the American People published in Newsweek, George Obama reveals the disparity between his life in a Kenyan slum and his famous brother living in the White House.
If there was a leading light in the Obama clan, he was it; and if there was a shadowed place that no one liked [...]

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From the Pen of David Horowitz: January 2, 2010


For the radicals, racism is not about prejudice but about imaginary structures of domination, which are evidenced in any disparities in the status of blacks and whites, that appear to them to be detrimental to blacks. Just as Marxists are convinced that there is class “oppression” when everyone is not economically equal, so race radicals [...]

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Jim Manzi: Keeping America’s Edge – National Affairs


The United States is in a tough spot. As we dig ourselves out from a serious financial crisis and a deep recession, our very efforts to recover are exacerbating much more fundamental problems that our country has let fester for too long. Beyond our short-term worries, and behind many of today’s political debates, lurks the […]