Freedom Center Revamps Online Encyclopedia of the Left:

The best encyclopedia of the Left on the internet just got better.

The Freedom Center’s comprehensive and innovative online encyclopedia of the Left,, has just completed an extensive revision and update. The new DTN is faster and easier to use, its contents more accessible and more pertinent to breaking news, its networks easier to visualize, and its look more appealing.

DTN now has a constantly updated “In The News” feature that uses its encyclopedic contents to add background context to the day’s latest stories. The new and more powerful search engine is front and center, as are a series of five select profiles on timely and trending topics and individuals. A search on a particular topic will bring up not only the entry on that subject but also a linked list of the “known connections” among other leftist organizations and individuals. For instance, a search for the anti-Israel terror group Hamas shows a total of 209 connected profiles including Jimmy Carter, Noam Chomsky, the Islamic Society of North America, and the Muslim Students Association.

For over a decade, DTN has been far and away the best resource for information about the left and how its organizations, individuals and causes collaborate in an assault on American institutions.  The producers of Sean Hannity, Lauran Ingraham and other radio and TV shows have referenced it regularly, as have a variety of authors and journalists, legislators and policy makers, students and ordinary citizens anxious to understand the nature of the left and how its juggernaut operates in the political, cultural and social arenas.

DTN is a one stop destination for people who want to discover the truth about the individuals, organizations, and topics that comprise and fuel the left; subjects such as the origins of Black Lives Matter, the background and beliefs of old leftists like Saul Alinsky and new ones like Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, the sinister operations of George Soros’ “charities” and the unholy alliance between campus leftists and backers of Islamic terror groups.  It is the one place a reader or researcher can go to see the links between the people, issues, and groups of the left and understand how these networks combine to make the left a vast conspiracy.

“ is the brain stem of the Freedom Center,” said David Horowitz, founder of the Freedom Center. “The political and cultural issues that are our daily battlegrounds come and go.  But the left itself is always with us and has been since the French Revolution.  DTN is at the core of our mission: understanding the left’s personality and agendas and how its networks make sure that its sinister ends always justify its sinister means.”

The David Horowitz Freedom Center, founded in 1988, is a not-for-profit organization located in Sherman Oaks, California. The Center’s mission is to defend free societies like America and Israel, which are under attack by totalitarians both religious and secular, domestic and foreign.


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