Remembering the Cold Warriors


American Soviet Flag

Will the unsung heroes who guarded against the communist threat ever get their due?

From the Writings of David Horowitz: March 23, 2010


Every movement has its moment of truth. At an “anti-war” teach-in at Columbia last week, Anthropology professor Nicholas De Genova told 3,000 students and faculty, “Peace is not patriotic. Peace is subversive, because peace anticipates a very different world than the one in which we live–a world where the U.S. would have no place.”
De Genova [...]

From the Pen of David Horowitz: December 11, 2009


The perspective that informs the nearly seven hundred pages of A People’s History is a plodding Marxism supplemented by the preposterous idea that nation-states are merely a fiction, and only economic classes are “real” social actors:
Class interest has always been obscured behind an all-encompassing veil called “the national interest.” My own war experience [in [...]

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