Radical Son Reflections, Part II: Personal Salvation Through Politics


[To read Part I of "Radical Son Reflections" click here.]
Last week, we started a new series here at NewsRealblog, the subject of which is David Horowitz’s autobiography Radical Son: A Generational Odyssey. I started reading this book, described by P.J. O’Rourke as “one of the best political memoirs I have ever read,” for the first [...]

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Radical Son Reflections, Part I: The Hidden Blessing of Inequality


Today, we will start a new series here at NewsRealblog, the subject of which will be David Horowitz’s political memoirs Radical Son: A Generational Odyssey. I started reading this book, described by P.J. O’Rourke as “one of the best political memoirs I have ever read,” for the first time a few days ago and will [...]

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The Radical Son’s Progressive Daughter – by David Swindle


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Sarah Horowitz showed how the Left could save itself from self-destruction.

From the Pen of David Horowitz: December 12, 2009


After Betty’s murder, I ceased to be politically active. I couldn’t even think about politics apart from these events. In my heart, I knew that it would not be possible for me to work for a cause again until I had resolved the issues of her death. As New Leftists, we felt ourselves immunized from [...]

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David Horowitz Honors his Daughter’s Life – by Sonny Bunch


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“A Cracking of the Heart” is the story of a parent’s grief and discovery.

From the Pen of David Horowitz: October 10, 2009


I first became aware of politics, in the ordinary sense, during the presidential election of 1948. My parents and their friends belonged to the Democratic Party and had voted for Roosevelt. It was what they called their “mass work”—going to where the people were, in order to lead them to something better. This had been [...]