Remembering Vietnam War Hero Jeremiah Denton


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The nation loses a man who persevered against communist brutality and outwitted his captors.

The Legacy of 9/11 Hero Danny Lewin


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An Israeli-American who sacrificed his life — and became a symbol of the West’s struggle against barbarity.

Heroizing a Traitor


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While progressives defend Bradley Manning, the evidence reveals a dark story of a treacherous heart.

Mr. Hugo Chavez, You Were No Fidel Castro


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In the pantheon of heroes for America’s leftist elite, Hugo was a pathetic D-lister.

10 Tips for Tim Tebow (When He Arrives in New York)


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Even for the liberal media in this big city, heroes can be real.

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Why Do We Love Superheroes?


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The answer lies in our dual needs for clarity and hope.

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Robin Hood: A Conservative Hero


It’s popular these days for conservatives to criticize the defender of the poor and the oppressed, Robin Hood. Hood, they say, is nothing more than a socialist pretending to be a hero. He is, if you will, Karl Marx with a bow and couple of arrows. He steels from the wealthy and gives to the [...]

Prometheus: A Marxist’s Favorite Super Hero


You’ve seen this famous statue found in front of the Rockefeller Center, haven’t you? Is this Greek mythological character really a super hero to today’s progressives? In looking around the Internet, my answer would be an emphatic yes.  He was a favorite of Karl Marx, which may explain his enduring popularity among the left. From [...]

Leftist Politics Destroyed ‘24’


Since 2001, there haven’t been any shows that have excited me more than 24. In fact, I can’t think of the last show that kept me on the edge of my seat like 24 did during its first few seasons. Its ability to attack terrorism in a way that takes no prisoners was not only [...]

From the Writings of David Horowitz: March 26, 2010


We wrote Destructive Generation in the mid-Eighties because of the way that Sixties radicalism was continuing to influence how America thought and felt twenty years after the fact. Today, another twenty years further on, the Sixties is still the undead decade. Far from being yesterday’s news, as it should be, it is still the white [...]