Alice Walker and the Ghost of Irving Howe


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How the Left’s “language of non-thought” killed literary studies.

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Horowitz on Tolstoy: A Great Appreciation of Our Mortal Existence


See part 1 of this ongoing interview with David Horowitz here.
NewsReal: Which are you favorite Tolstoy and Dostoevsky novels? Which would you recommend for those just getting into Tolstoy and Dostoevsky? Are there any themes which conservatives should draw from this literature in this day and age?
David Horowitz: My favorite Tolstoy novel is Anna Karenina [...]

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Obama’s Faithful Claim “The Great Communicator” Is Faltering Because He Just Doesn’t Believe His Own Lies


The title Ronald Reagan held as “The Great Communicator” was an honor he earned. Reagan was firm in his political beliefs and conveyed them with style, conviction and simplicity. He could speak above the daily political ramblings and address the heart of the country. Whether you loved him or hated him, you knew where he [...]

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The Black Caucus War Against Obama – by Dick Morris


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The height of hubris: the left-wing of the Democratic party thinks it can afford to fight itself.