From the Pen of David Horowitz: January 28, 2010


Nowhere Left to Turn
In my view, the problem for Obama is that no matter what he says, no one’s going to believe him — not the right, not the left, not the center. In a year in office has acquired a massive credibility problem, which is not helped by the way by his overexposure. Consider [...]

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Three Reasons Why The Dems Are in Big, Big Trouble. And One Reason Why They’re Not. – Reason Magazine


Martha Coakley’s resounding defeat in the Massachusetts Senate race is hardly the sort of anniversary gift President Barack Obama could have predicted. Yet there it was, wrapped in a bow and plopped on his doorstep like a flaming bag of dog poo to mark the end of his first year in office. Among other things, […]

Brown Victory Destroys Media Matters’ Reading Comprehension Skills


That clunking sound you hear is the Media Matters spin machine breaking down.
The George Soros Steno Pool is so unglued this morning that they’ve either lost their ability to read simple English, or more likely, they’re just twisting simple facts into pretzels in sheer desperation.

Today they announce: “Poll undermines conservative claim that Brown victory is [...]

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How Did the Boston Globe Know Who Won The Election 8 Hours Before Voting Stopped?


Earlier today, I published a YouTube video that showed a woman handing out blank absentee forms. It was a sign that something fishy may be going on in Massachusetts.
Well, in the last hour or so, more reports have surfaced that should be reason for concern. Election Journal reports, for instance, that “reports are pouring in [...]

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A Massachusetts Miracle?


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Can Republican Scott Brown pull an upset in the Bay State?

Massachusetts election has Democrats on edge – Chris Frates – POLITICO.com


It’s hard for some Democrats to believe that the candidate running to replace Ted Kennedy is being attacked over health care reform — in one of the bluest states in the union, no less.But Republican Scott Brown has got Democrats nervous — not just for his opponent Martha Coakley but about the fact that a […]

Poll: 7 in 10 Afghans support US forces – AP


Nearly seven in 10 Afghans support the presence of U.S. forces in their country, and 61 percent favor the military buildup of 37,000 U.S. and NATO reinforcements now deploying, according to a poll released Monday. Support for U.S. and NATO forces, however, drops sharply in the south and east where the fighting is the most […]

Conn. Sen. Chris Dodd to retire? – AP


Democratic officials tell The Associated Press that Connecticut Sen. Christopher Dodd won’t seek re-election this fall. The five-term Democrat is expected to make an announcement Wednesday. The officials who disclosed his plans would speak only on condition of anonymity ahead of the announcement. Dodd is facing troubling poll numbers and his popularity has dropped since […]

What My Daughter Taught Me About Compassion – by David Horowitz


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Sarah understood that changing the world meant starting with our relationship.

From the Pen of David Horowitz: December 27, 2009


President Barack Obama has been in office nearly one year, making it two since my late daughter Sarah trudged through a freezing winter in Iowa to help him win the nomination. According to a Gallup poll conducted on the anniversary of the presidential vote, only 28% of Americans still believe that Mr. Obama will be [...]

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