Lessons on the New Left from the Hanoi Hilton


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A POW’s memories of communist torture camp collaborators Tom Hayden and Jane Fonda.

Obama: “Ho Chi Mihn was Inspired by the United States Constitution”


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“President Obama has accepted our invitation and will try his best to pay a visit to Vietnam during his term.”

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 [...]

From the Pen of David Horowitz: January 9, 2010


Of course, New Leftists were critical of the policies of the Soviet Union (as, at various times were Khrushchev, Castro, and Ho Chi Minh). But their true, undying enemy was always democratic America—their hatred for which was never merely reactive (as is sometimes suggested), never truly innocent, and remains remarkably intact to this day. The [...]

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