From the Writings of David Horowitz: June 8, 2010


Back in the 1960s, with America’s black ghettos exploding into violence, the architects of Lyndon Johnson’s Great Society argued that the best way to stop the rioting would be to pump money into the ghettos. George Soros now offers a globalized version of the same argument.  He states that the best way to fight terrorism [...]

Media Malpractice


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Welcome to the world where Richard Blumenthal’s lies are less reprehensible than Rand Paul’s honest opinion.

Nothing to See Here, Folks: Meltdown with Keith Olbermann Part 50


Keith Olbermann, who ran approximately 943,347 stories on how Karl Rove, Scooter Libby, Dick Cheney and probably even George W. Bush should go to prison because—as it turned out—Richard Armitage “leaked’ the name of a CIA bureaucrat whose husband had already listed her in Who’s Who, Friday night had this response to the revelation that [...]

Friedman’s China Odyssey


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The New York Times columnist’s obsession with the human-rights-abusing People’s Republic.

From the Writings of David Horowitz: June 1, 2010


Cloward and Piven had chosen their target wisely. George Wiley and his welfare radicals terrorized social workers all over the country, but their greatest success came in New York. Newly elected in 1966, New York City’s liberal Mayor John Lindsay was no match for Wiley. He capitulated to every Wiley demand. New York’s welfare [...]

The Sestak Stonewall


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What did Obama know? And when did he know it?

From the Writings of David Horowitz: May 26, 2010


Speaking at a Democrat fundraiser in San Francisco on June 28, 2004, Senator Hillary Clinton bluntly warned her well-heeled supporters – some of whom had paid $10,000 to attend – that, when and if Democrats regained power, they meant to revoke Bush’s tax cuts. She said, “Many of you are well enough off that [...]

Meghan McCain and the Irony of the Pot Calling Kettle Black


I suppose the phrase “the pot calling the kettle black” is somehow racist now, but since I’m called one incessantly just for being a Conservative anyway, I’ll say it regardless. Meghan McCain epitomizes that phrase and she proves it yet again with her latest inane rambling of her alleged thoughts on Rand Paul.
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From the Writings of David Horowitz: May 22, 2010


Any journalist who has studied [George] Soros with sufficient attentiveness has learned to greet his public utterances with skepticism. Soros evinces, at times, what can only be called a professional pride in his skill at deception. His work affords him ample opportunity to hone this skill. Soros’s Open Society foundations have facilitated coups and rebellions [...]

Good and Bad News for GOP Hopes of Taking Senate


There is some good news and some bad news for the Republican Party’s hopes to win the Senate. The good news: The New York Times’ report on Connecticut Senate candidate Richard Blumenthal’s lies about serving in Vietnam has had a dramatic effect on the race. The latest Rasmussen poll has Linda McMahon, the GOP frontrunner, [...]