From the Writings of David Horowitz: June 3, 2010


Like its Arab neighbors (Jordan, Lebanon, Syria and Iraq), Israel was created on land that belonged to the Ottoman Turks and was not part of any nation in any meaningful sense of the term. It was not created by Jewish conquest but by the edict of the victorious powers in World War II who shifted [...]

Richard Blumenthal Wouldn’t Recognize Today’s Military Reserve


In 1970, when Richard Blumenthal served, many young Americans joined the military reserves to avoid fighting overseas. Today, by contrast, many young Americans join the reserves precisely so that they can fight overseas. That’s because America today has an operational reserve that is integral to the U.S. military and its war-fighting team. This is an important achievement which we must sustain. Indeed, Congress must ensure that we never revert back to the bad old days when reservists were second-class citizens and unequal members of the United States military.