From the Writings of David Horowitz: June 7, 2010


The common political agendas of the legal left and their terrorist clients, along with their hypocrisy in opposing the Patriot Act are exemplified by Lynne Stewart, the attorney for the “blind sheik” who masterminded the first World Trade Center attack. Since her indictment by the Ashcroft Justice Department, Stewart has become their martyr and icon.
Lynne [...]

From the Wrtitings of David Horowitz: April 4, 2010


So it was a welcome email I received from a friend the other day containing an Iraq News Network interview with British Laborite, progressive, Saddam ally and hero of such letwing websites as Counterpunch.org and CommonDreams.org, which should settle once and for all whether there are large numbers of pro-terrorist leftists [...]

Surviving the Sixties (Not)


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Who tells the truth about the ’60s? Gitlin and Judt or Collier and Horowitz?

From the Debates of David Horowitz: March 20, 2010


David Horowitz: Well, this is just sophistry. First of all, in my book, Unholy Alliance, I devote a lot of space to showing how parallel the views are of very prominent American leftists Noam Chomsky, [Howard Zinn], Eric Hobsbawm, and even so-called moderates like Todd Gitlin, who would be appalled at being [...]

From the Writings of David Horowitz: March 1, 2010


Timothy Burke entirely misreads (or has failed to read) the most important section of the book, which I have called “The Mind of the Left” as an homage to a classic text by W.J. Cash called, The Mind of South. This section consists of eight sub-chapters and constitutes about a quarter of the text. It [...]

From the Pen of David Horowitz: December 11, 2009


The perspective that informs the nearly seven hundred pages of A People’s History is a plodding Marxism supplemented by the preposterous idea that nation-states are merely a fiction, and only economic classes are “real” social actors:
Class interest has always been obscured behind an all-encompassing veil called “the national interest.” My own war experience [in [...]

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