From the Writings of David Horowitz: April 1, 2010


IN THE FALL OF 2001, I spoke at a large public university in the eastern United States, which will remain nameless to protect the innocent. It was one of more than 30 colleges I had visited during the school year and, as usual, my invitation had come from a small group [...]

Hard Indoctrination, Soft Indoctrination, and the Books that Change Us


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Indoctrination is not just about a radical professor abusing the classroom.

From the Writings of David Horowitz: March 23, 2010


Every movement has its moment of truth. At an “anti-war” teach-in at Columbia last week, Anthropology professor Nicholas De Genova told 3,000 students and faculty, “Peace is not patriotic. Peace is subversive, because peace anticipates a very different world than the one in which we live–a world where the U.S. would have no place.”
De Genova [...]

The Professor’s Islamist Call to Battle


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Why University of Michigan’s Abdal Hakim Jackson wants the end of liberty in the United States.

The Fight for Liberty


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The campus PC police and the culture of fear in academia.

From the Writings of David Horowitz: March 5, 2010


How bad is the indoctrination process in American colleges?
I had occasion to see for myself an answer to this question when I recently visited the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. This is a state school with 20,000 students, and while I was there I audited an hour-and-a-half lecture about the Warren Court’s landmark decisions on civil [...]

The Times Finds A Lone Crazed Assassin


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What the Grey Lady won’t tell you about professor Amy Bishop.

The Times Finds A Lone Crazed Assassin


The New York Times’ front page profile today of professor Amy Bishop, who allegedly executed three University of Alabama Biology Department colleagues after being denied tenure, appears to be an exhaustively reported piece based on “numerous interviews with colleagues and others who knew her.” It portrays Bishop as violent and [...]

The New Israel Fund’s View of a “New Israel”


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The anti-Israel organization shares Hamas’ dream for Israel’s future.

Capitalism and the Jews – New York Times Book Review


The question of why so many Jews have been so good at making money is a touchy one. For hundreds of years, it has been fraught with suspicion, denial, resentment, guilt, self-hatred and violence. No wonder Jews and gentiles alike are so uncomfortable confronting Jewish capitalistic competence. Still, in his slim essay collection “Capitalism and […]