Horowitz on Tolstoy: A Great Appreciation of Our Mortal Existence


See part 1 of this ongoing interview with David Horowitz here.
NewsReal: Which are you favorite Tolstoy and Dostoevsky novels? Which would you recommend for those just getting into Tolstoy and Dostoevsky? Are there any themes which conservatives should draw from this literature in this day and age?
David Horowitz: My favorite Tolstoy novel is Anna Karenina [...]

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Gauging the Iranian Threat


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Should Israel – and the world – worry about nuclear-armed mullahs?

In ‘Game Change,’ Insight, Anew, on the 2008 Campaign – NYTimes.com


Why another book on the 2008 campaign, a year after the inauguration of President Obama? What more is there to say about a race that was covered day in and day out by newspapers, magazines, television, radio and bloggers? Is there anything more to learn about the candidates — and does it matter to an […]

Berkeley Chancellor’s Home Attacked by Torch-Bearing Mob


A left-wing report gives insight into the mindset of radicals who pledge to ‘Burn every rich man’s house to the ground.’