From the Writings of David Horowitz: June 10, 2010

“If you can’t feel my pain, you can’t tell me how I should deal with it.”
This was indeed the text of many a political sermon when objections were raised to the “Million Man March” because it was organized and led by the blatant anti-Semite Louis Farrakhan.
“Don’t tell us what leaders to choose or what marches [...]

From the Pen of David Horowitz: January 2, 2010

For the radicals, racism is not about prejudice but about imaginary structures of domination, which are evidenced in any disparities in the status of blacks and whites, that appear to them to be detrimental to blacks. Just as Marxists are convinced that there is class “oppression” when everyone is not economically equal, so race radicals [...]

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Jesse Jackson

Jesse Jackson

For the entire Jesse Jackson profile, click here. Some noteworthy facts about Jesse Jackson: In September the legendary activist Jesse Jackson criticized Congress for de-funding the notoriously corrupt ACORN, in the wake of revelations about that organization’s involvement in corruption of the highest magnitude. More recently he said,“You can’t vote against [government-run] healthcare and call yourself a […]