From the Writings of David Horowitz: May 7, 2010


In sum, [the] academic disinterest in my work is not a personal matter, but the expression of a political fact. It is a reflection of the ideological debasement of our institutions of knowledge by a movement whose hallmarks are narcissisitic self-absorption and intellectual intolerance, and whose attacks on tradition, objectivity and intellectual standards are already [...]

Legacy of a Judicial Activist


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John Paul Stevens prepares to retire after 35 years on the Supreme Court.

Celebrating the Iranian New Year


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Ex-patriot Iranians celebrate in Los Angeles and send a message back home.

From the Writings of David Horowitz: February 11, 2010


I am generally a forgiving soul. If treated half-decently by my opponents I am prepared to overlook many of their indecencies because I understand they come from a place of self-righteous zeal that often overwhelms their better judgment and inspires them to be nasty and dishonest in their service of their political agendas. After all, [...]

Misogyny is Funny! If You are a Liberal, That Is (And if You’re Talking About Sarah Palin)


Editor’s Note: See Diane Suffern’s commentary on this issue from earlier today.
Jerry Adler over at Newsweek is up to familiar tricks; the typical leftist move of misogyny disguised as “humor”. I know. I didn’t realize Newsweek was still in publication either. Hey, I suppose the hip, cultured and enlightened folks need something to read whilst [...]

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From the Pen of David Horowitz: January 13, 2010


Why do political “progressives” feel the need to lie so regularly about who they are? The question is an old one, but is newly prompted by a biography of feminist leader Betty Friedan, which establishes beyond doubt that the woman who virtually created modern feminism is a political imposter. In her path-breaking book, The Feminine [...]

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The Heretics: Steve Milloy – by Rich Trzupek


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A new Front Page series spotlights scientists who have dared to defy the environmental Left.