From the Writings of David Horowitz: January 20, 2010


The lesson I learned from Vietnam was not a lesson in theory but a lesson in practice. Observing this nation go through its worst historical hour from a vantage on the other side of the barricade, I came to understand that democratic values are easily lost and, from the evidence of the past, only rarely [...]

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From the Pen of David Horowitz: January 15, 2010


An Open Letter to the USC Community: Response to VP Student Affairs Michael L. Jackson:
Vice President Jackson’s “Open Letter to the USC Community” denigrating student leaders of College Republicans for inviting me to speak is ill-informed and provides unfortunate support for campus hate speech, specifically for the attacks on Jewish students that have become increasingly [...]

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Full Report: Anti-Semitism and Anti-Israel Hatred on the Huffington Post


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Poetic Lunch Break


Miserere
Se Mercé fosse amica a’ miei disiri*
This fallen night the ancient girl
My hot agitated digits furled, and
These hands enjoined; they hailed her world.
Ave!

Yet flagrant grief incensed me.  Hence
I groped her gracious confidence–
Fessing high crimes that spurn defense.
Ave! Ave!

Silent condemnation thundered.
What whispered treaties were, were sundered
Into stupefied and wilding wonder.
O! O, ave!

Now blasted [...]

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Lunch Break – GRAY EAGLES FILM BY CHRIS WOODS



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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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Lunch Break



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From the Pen of David Horowitz: January 8, 2010


A few years after the fall of the Marxist utopias, I found myself sitting on a sofa in Beverly Hills next to a man who was worth half a billion dollars. His name was Stanley Gold and he was chairman of a holding company that was the largest shareholder in Disney, the largest media corporation [...]

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While Europe Sneered – by Bruce Bawer


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Kurt Westergaard and other brave critics of Islamic fanaticism continue to fend for themselves.

Another Virtuoso Lunch Break


Classical music isn’t the only music that the older, more mature and more traditional folks enjoy, and as long as the kids keep promoting their rock & roll bands, I’ll continue to offer alternatives for the rest of us.
In today’s offering, you’ll be treated to another great piano virtuoso, Oscar Peterson. Oscar was every bit [...]

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