From the Writings of David Horowitz: May 22, 2010


Any journalist who has studied [George] Soros with sufficient attentiveness has learned to greet his public utterances with skepticism. Soros evinces, at times, what can only be called a professional pride in his skill at deception. His work affords him ample opportunity to hone this skill. Soros’s Open Society foundations have facilitated coups and rebellions [...]

Jim Geraghty: The Travails of Martha Coakley – National Review Online


Presumably Martha Coakley, the Massachusetts attorney general aiming to be that state’s next U.S. senator, has more political skill than she’s demonstrated in recent days. She must be on a spectacularly ill-timed run of bad luck and rookie mistakes. As Republican Scott Brown has roared from unknown to potential upset winner, Coakley came under fire […]

Reuel Marc Gerecht: The Meaning of al Qaeda’s Double Agent – WSJ.com


The recent death in Afghanistan of seven American counterterrorist officers, one Jordanian intelligence operative, and one exploding al Qaeda double agent ought to give us cause to reflect on the real capabilities of the Central Intelligence Agency and al Qaeda. The report card isn’t good. America’s systemic intelligence problems were partially on display in the […]