The big news during Islamo-Fascism Awareness Week was the disruption of my speech at Emory University by leftists who, it so happens, weren’t actually students. They were members of the Coalition United for Peace and Justice, one of the leading groups in the movement to save the Islamo-Fascist regime in Iraq from being overthrown by [...]
Of all the commercials I saw during Sunday’s Super Bowl, the creepiest by far was Audi’s “Green Police” ad which was supposed to laugh at the poor, beknighted fools being hauled away to goodness knows where by a new environmental police force while the cool Audi drivers got to speed away from the Stasi…I’m sorry, Green Police’s, [...]
Times Magazine’s Joe Klein is at it again. A few months ago he accused the Fox News network of sedition, while also insulting its viewers as too dumb to understand the “truth.” Appearing as a guest on “The O’Reilly Factor” last night, Klein tried to temper his overall criticism of Fox News but launched a [...]
NewsReal: Left Illusions is now available on Kindle for $4.99. What do you, as an author of dozens of books, think about your books being available on Kindle? What do you think of the Kindle from an author’s perspective? Do you enjoy using your own Kindle? What books have you been reading on it?
David Horowitz: [...]
The next round of the Mauro-Johnson bout.
Charles Johnson has responded to my initial post on this website by saying that he never called me a racist and criticizing me for working for the Christian Action Network. Let’s run through his initial attack on my article about CPAC’s unbelievable decision to allow the John Birch Society [...]
Y’know, I’m really glad that Charles Johnson of LittleGreenFootballs.com let me know I was a racist, because if I don’t fix that soon, it’s going to cause me major social problems.
On January 2, BloggingHeadsTV.com posted a webcam interview with Charles Johnson about his post titled, “Why I Parted Ways with the Right.” Watch the full [...]
But, in the end, this is not really about me. It is about the state of our country, and about students at our universities who are forced to face down a hostile and sometimes violent mob in order to put on these events. It is about the fact that a movement with fascist overtones has [...]
There are so many unintentional ironies in Professor Howard Zinn’s The People Speak that it is difficult to choose just one.
However, if you truly want to enjoy a bitter laugh, consider this exchange between Zinn and Comrade Bill Moyers as they pump up the publicity for the two-hour special on The History Channel:
Bill Moyers: Well, [...]