Tweet Of The Year: “Well, I Hope You’ll Die Soon, Stupid Hater, And Bring All Your Stupid Followers With You In Hell”


Normally, I don’t bother to comment on angry tweets aimed in my direction. In fact, I generally block annoying people on Twitter. I don’t mind the fighting, but if I’m going to do it, I want to do it on my web page where it can draw an audience.
So, earlier today, I popped off a [...]

From the Writings of David Horowitz: May 31, 2010


Love death. This is the improbable instruction that the founder of an Egyptian sect called the Muslim Brotherhood imparted to his followers in the 1920s. A disciple named Mohammed Atta copied this instruction into his journal just before leading the attack on the World Trade Center three days before my biopsy. Was it a coincidence [...]

From the Writings of David Horowitz: May 30, 2010


Everybody understands that if the Palestinians were disarmed today, there would be peace in the Middle East. Everybody understands that if the Jews in Israel disarm, they will be massacred. These are simple facts that every rational person can see provided their vision isn’t impaired by religious hatred.
It was even worse than these bare [...]

From the Writings of David Horowitz: May 25, 2010


Welfare. Democrats view taxes as contributions to charity. (Seriously. You should talk to a few Democrats if you doubt it.) Consequently, when Democrats designed a welfare system that cost taxpayers trillions, they considered it a double good deed. Welfare taxes benefited the poor and forced Americans to do the right thing.† Over the years, however, [...]

Pakistan directs ISP’s to block Facebook because of Motoon competition


Why draw Muhammad? Why make fun of the man Muslims revere most? Why arouse their ire?
Precisely because they react with murderous rage when one does this.
Now that may seem odd — why would anyone want to provoke someone else’s murderous rage?
Because it is an object lesson in pluralism. Either we put up with [...]

From the Writings of David Horowitz: April 28th, 2010


“The Cornel West Reader” is a testament to the intellectual vacuum that a progressive education creates. The trappings of intellect are in place, the canonical names invoked, the capsule histories recalled, the theories broadly rehearsed. But behind the footnotes and the latinate prose, the vulgar mind of the activist is feverishly at work. A “discourse” [...]

New Study Finds Missing Link between Autism and Vaccines


Pop quiz: What does Amish population in Lancaster County, Pa. and the diverse populations in Chicago’s Cook County, IL have in common? Answer: They both have thousands of children who have never been vaccinated, and don’t have autism.
For years parents have voiced their concerns over the rise in Autism and a suspected link to childhood [...]

From the Writings of David Horowitz: April 26, 2010


I give the leftist students credit for waiting until the end of my talk to vent their outrage over the blasphemies I had uttered. One young woman got so emotional she decided to leave the building to save herself from further contamination. Another young woman stood up and, with a tremendous urgency, sputtered, “But what [...]

From the Interviews of David Horowitz: April 24, 2010


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From the Writings of David Horowitz: April 22, 2010


The founders were not radical democrats or socialists like Hertzberg, but conservatives who had a healthy distrust of political passions and who devised a complex system designed to frustrate the schemes of social redeemers and others convinced of their own invincible virtue. If it were not for the undemocratic power vested in the Supreme Court, [...]