Look Who’s Talking. Harry Reid’s Negro Problem


At least he didn’t say “articulate and bright and clean and a nice-looking guy.”
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, Democrat from Nevada is in hot water, as everyone knows, for comments reported in a new book about the 2008 campaign in which he said that Barack Obama was electable because he was “light-skinned” and has “no Negro [...]

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From the Pen of David Horowitz: January 11, 2010


Every morning, my father sat down at our dining room table, a cup of coffee and a stash of Uneeda biscuits within close reach, to read the New York Times. It was his most observed ritual, but the meaning of his devotion was still a mystery to me. Weren’t the Daily Worker and other progressive [...]

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Harry Reid Gets Dealt the Race Card


Harry Reid is the shame of the Senate.  And it hard not to bathe in schadenfreude at the hammering he is now getting over an interview he gave to John Heilemann and Mark Haperin during 2008 for their new book Game Change in which he enthused that Barack Obama was electable because he was “light [...]

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The Depths of Demcare Demagoguery – by Michelle Malkin


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How low can they go?

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 [...]