Preparing for Richard Dawkins’ Crocodile Tears


Recently, while watching the news, I wondered, “Why do teary atheists hate Catholics so much?” Then, I said a quiet prayer for their victims. If Charles Darwin were alive today, the militant atheist Richard Dawkins, no doubt, would attack him for being a 7-day creationist. Or cry. Why? Because Darwin’s words reveal he was more [...]

From the Writings of David Horowitz: April 11, 2010


If Allah is the maker of life, as Mohammed Atta believed, could He desire the destruction of what he had created? What is suicide but rage at the living, and contempt for the life left behind? Mohammed Atta offered his deed of destruction as a gift to God. In his [...]

David Horowitz Reveals What’s on His Kindle


NewsReal: Left Illusions is now available on Kindle for $4.99. What do you, as an author of dozens of books, think about your books being available on Kindle? What do you think of the Kindle from an author’s perspective? Do you enjoy using your own Kindle? What books have you been reading on it?
David Horowitz: [...]

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To Hitchens, With Love: The Fault of Dogmatic Inconsistency. Yes, Yours.


Dear Christopher,
It’s been a while since our last encounter when I told you I needed some time to think about where this relationship is going (you know how much I like Guinness, yet, you continue to ply me with Johnnie Walker Black, amongst other compromising things).  I wanted to keep our personal issues as such–personal. [...]

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From the Pen of David Horowitz: December 6, 2009


If Allah is the maker of life, as Mohammed Atta believed, could He desire the destruction of what he had created? What is suicide but rage at the living, and contempt for the life left behind? Mohammed Atta offered his deed of destruction as a gift to God. In his eyes, [...]

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