A young historian dares to challenge the accepted left-wing interpretation of our battle with the Evil Empire.
In a previous post I mentioned Jennifer Delton’s summary of the prevailing view of professors dealing with the Cold War who teach that America was the villain. Sympathy for our enemies is the standard progressive posture — which is why they get so hysterical whenever the word “patriotism” is mentioned. Delton’s article is in fact [...]
The moment Congress voted for the Nationalization of American HealthCare, David Horowitz sat at his computer and declared war:
“The President was right about one thing. The vote on ObamaCare tonight was a historic one. The Democratic Party has in the course of the nine-month health care debate revealed itself to be an anti-democratic Party and [...]
“La Revolution mange ses enfants.” The Revolution devours her children. This is true not only of those who willingly nourish her with their own lives, but also those offspring who choose to renounce her and face a life of gnawing loneliness and consuming remorse.
One man who realized the evil nature of Communism and abandoned [...]
Images of Nazi or Soviet atrocities always provoke surreal astonishment, “How could people let this happen to themselves? Didn’t they see the signs, hear the insane speeches? Why didn’t they die fighting this?”
Watching Matt Damon’s The People Speak, I ask myself, “Are we there yet?”
Will someone look back at me one day and ask, “How [...]