What Does Romney Really Think About Vietnam?


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Is the Republican presidential candidate on the wrong side of history?

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Why The Left Cried When Osama Died


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Remembering progressives’ glee on 9/11 offers the first clue.

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Why The Left Cried When Osama Died


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Remembering progressives’ glee on 9/11 offers the first clue.

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Casting the First Stone


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The Religious Left upholds the tradition of condemn Israel first.

Chomsky, America, Israel and the Left


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Wouldn’t the avowed enemy of the Democratic West be happier in Putin’s Russia, Ahmadinejad’s Iran or Chavez’s Venezuela?

From the Writings of David Horowitz: May 27, 2010


After its defeat in Vietnam, the United States withdrew its military forces from the entire Indo-Chinese peninsula, something Chomsky along with the rest of the left had fiercely denied it would ever do. The result was that Cambodia was over-run by the Khmer Rouge—in other words, by the Communist forces that the Vietnamese Communists along [...]

Marxist Preacher on the BP Oil Spill: “It’s a Religious Issue”


There are two kinds of people in this world: those who worship the Creator and those who worship the creation.
Those who worship the Creator were charged with working the land and caring for it. But alas, these words of old have been long forgotten.
The Creation worshipers began to create laws, and more laws, and still [...]

Chomsky and the Khmer Rouge – The Observer


Chomsky and the Khmer Rouge Letters The Observer February 8, 2010 In his prickly response Letters, 17 January to Andrew Anthony’s “Lost in Cambodia,” OM, 10 January 2010 Noam Chomsky does precisely what he accuses Anthony of doing: “Vilify the messenger, to ensure that unwanted history is forgotten.” That unwanted history is of Chomsky himself […]

Pol Pot: The Communist Monster Who Turned Cambodia into a Gulag


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Pol Pot was the leader of the Khmer Rouge, the Communist Party that ruled Cambodia from 1976-1979. “Khmer Rouge” (or Khmer Reds) was the French rendering of the organization’s official name: the “Communist Party of Cambodia.” Inspired by what he had witnessed during a trip to Mao Zedong’s China, Pol Pot envisioned an agrarian Communist utopia […]

From the Pen of David Horowitz: December 14, 2009


Forty years ago, I wrote the first book about the New Left, which was also a kind of manifesto of our publicly proposed agendas for a more democratic and racially equal America. I say “publicly proposed” because as leftists we knew we could not announce what we really intended which was a socialist revolution in [...]

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