From the Writings of David Horowitz: May 2, 2010


The first step in understanding the public education mess is to realize that IT’S NOT ABOUT MONEY. Teachers — despite the widespread myth — are overpaid and underworked. Innumerable studies show that parochial schools produce better test scores with half or sometimes even as little as a third of public-school budgets. California, to pick a [...]

Oliver Stone and the Left Cannot See a Cup Half Full


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One simple error in perspective has been the cause of incalculable human suffering from the beginning of time.

Evan Bayh’s Exit and the Failure of Liberal Governance – WSJ.com


The political retirement of Evan Bayh, at age 54, is being portrayed by various sages as a result of too much partisanship, or the Senate's dysfunction, or even the systemic breakdown of American governance. Most of this is rationalization. The real story, of which Mr. Bayh's frustration is merely the latest sign, is the failure […]

The Homegrown-Terrorist Threat – Commentary


If 2001 was the year when international terrorism hit American soil, then 2009 was the year when Americans became the targets of domestic terrorism. In November, Army Major Nidal Malik Hasan, born in Virginia to Palestinian Muslim parents, killed 13 and wounded 30 in his one-man attack on fellow soldiers at Fort Hood in Texas. […]

A New Era of Responsibility?


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President’s proposed 2011 budget is a fiscal sham.

An Ex-Islamist Needs U.S. Support – WSJ.com


Hanevy Ould Dahah, who is now being held in Mauritania’s Dar Naim prison, is an unlikely dissident. Half-Arab and half-African, he was marked as a child to become a cleric, memorizing the Quran by age nine and studying at ultra-conservative academies. Some of his former classmates now lead Mauritania’s Salafist movement; Hanevy might have been […]

The Grasping Hand


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The modern democratic state pillages its productive citizens.

Media Matters laughs off White House ‘Mao’ ornaments as harmless ‘pop culture’ (you rubes!)


When Media Matters warned readers on Christmas Eve that “posting will be light for the next week and a half,” who knew they meant both quality and quantity.
Apparently at a loss for something important to write about — and we all know what a slow news week it’s been — today Media Matters’ Eric “the [...]

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Everyone Goes For Broke in Iran


The regime, its thugs, the protesters…
Half of Qom turned out for Montazeri’s funeral/enormous rally.  The mullahs cut the services short and goons attacked Moussavi’s motorcade.  This is huge.

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