From the Pen of David Horowitz: December 23, 2009


Another of my books, “The Politics of Bad Faith,” was recently published in paperback. It consists of my intellectual framework for rejecting the left, and therefore examines the main political issues confronting my generation — the Cold War, the question of socialism and whether the ideals of the left are implicated in the crimes that [...]

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– University of Southern California, November 4 2009

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From the Speeches of David Horowitz: December 20, 2009


– University of Southern California, November 4 2009

Part 1 was featured yesterday and Part 3 will come tomorrow.

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From the Speeches of David Horowitz: December 19, 2009


– University of Southern California, November 4 2009

Part 2 will be featured on Sunday and Part 3 on Monday.

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How I Came to Work for the Freedom Center – My Speech at Restoration Weekend


Here it is… Five minutes is hardly time to really tell the story but it should give people some understanding.
The other speeches on the panel can be seen here.

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Leg Thrills and Spine Chills With Chris Matthews, Part 3: Apology to the “Enemy Camp” at West Point


Chris Matthews, host of MSNBC’s Hardball, is not known for his tact, nor is there any need for his audience to guess what he really thinks during his show. Yet, after saying that President Obama had chosen to give his speech to the “enemy camp” at West Point, claimed in his apology that those who [...]

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Andrew C. McCarthy: Alinsky Does Afghanistan, National Review Online


If there is one word that captures President Obama’s much-anticipated Afghanistan speech, it is “cynical.” Yes, the speech was also internally contradictory, counter-historical, and premised on fatally flawed assumptions about Islam and the Afghan people. Cynicism, however, is the defining feature of Obama speeches. This one was no different: from its use of the United […]