Lessons on the New Left from the Hanoi Hilton


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A POW’s memories of communist torture camp collaborators Tom Hayden and Jane Fonda.

Port Huron at 50: Still Communist After All These Years


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An NYU conference celebrates the founding document of the sixties-era radical left.

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The Left Celebrates the End of the War on Terror


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Progressives bestow intriguing perspectives on our post-Osama world.

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From the Writings of David Horowitz: April 7, 2010


In the Vietnam War the United States had undertaken to support a dictatorship in South Vietnam on the grounds that the dictatorship was also anti-Communist, and therefore a lesser evil than a unified Communist Vietnam. Some on the left supported the Communist totalitarians. But many “New Leftists” were self-declared “anti-totalitarians” who believed that Communism was [...]

Tom Campbell’s Troubling Ties


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A Republican Senate candidate’s record includes connections to Islamists.

From the Writings of David Horowitz: March 4, 2010


Conservatives are generally so oblivious to (or complacent in the face of) the actual threat posed by the political Left in this country that they are willing to cede to Leftists the term “liberal.” This greatly confuses the political discussion, including the one we are about to have. So-called liberals, now include everyone who calls [...]

Revisiting Party of Defeat on Kindle for $4.99


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David Horowitz and Ben Johnson’s 2008 demonstrated the Left’s sabotage of the War on Terror.

From the Interviews of David Horowitz: February 1, 2010


FP: As a former believer in the progressive faith, what advantages do you think you have to dissect the leftist mindset? Also, if you had remained a leftist you might have today been marching in an anti-Bush rally, cheering for the victory of our Islamist enemies. But that is not the case. What do you [...]

The Ramparts I Watched


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Our storied radical magazine did transform the nation—for the worse.

From the Pen of David Horowitz: December 14, 2009


Forty years ago, I wrote the first book about the New Left, which was also a kind of manifesto of our publicly proposed agendas for a more democratic and racially equal America. I say “publicly proposed” because as leftists we knew we could not announce what we really intended which was a socialist revolution in [...]

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