The David Horowitz Freedom Center
cordially invites you to attend
The 2015 Restoration Weekend
at the Belmond Charleston Place Hotel
Charleston, South Carolina.
The event begins with a reception on Thursday night and ends around 11:00 a.m. on Sunday morning. Belmond Charleston Place will have a special room rate of $355 per night for this event. To make a room reservation please call 1-800-831-3490.
So far confirmed speakers include: Jonah Goldberg, Katie Pavlich, David Horowitz, Congressman Louie Gohmert, Andrew McCarthy, Bruce Thornton, Thomas Lifson, Gordon Chang, Robert Spencer, Pat Caddell, Heather MacDonald, Richard Baehr, Charlie Kirk, Daniel Pipes and many more to follow!!
Reprinted from powerlineblog.com.
This book opens with April in May. April is David Horowitz’s wife, April Horowitz, and the the month is May 2014. Succeeding chapters take us through September 2014. As the book opens, Horowitz struggles with physical infirmity following a botched surgery and his wife is recovering from a near fatal automobile accident. These two tragedies have an aspect of lucky timing. April’s recovery coincides with David’s infirmity; she is able to lend him a hand in his efforts to recover. At the intersection of his misfortune and her recovery, after twenty years of marriage, husband and wife find their passion for each other rekindled.
As the author himself notes, his new book is the fourth in a series of meditations on life and death in memoir form. Previous installments include The End of Time (2005), A Cracking of the Heart (2009) and A Point In Time (2011). Each of the books explores life and death in memoiristic form. The mortality of concern in the second of these books is that of Horowitz’s daughter Sarah, a prodigy of good works, prematurely dead at the age of 44. Sarah haunts the pages of this new book as well. She appears never to be far from the thoughts of the author.Read more
Not only do recent revelations concerning the endemic sexual grooming of British girls by Muslim men demonstrate how crippling political correctness is, but they show how political correctness complements the most abusive elements of Islamic law, or Sharia.
According to a June 24 report by the Birmingham Mail, as far back as March 2010, West Midlands Police knew that Muslim grooming gangs “were targeting children outside schools across the city—but failed to make the threat public.”Read more
President Barack Obama is leading America’s negotiating partners from the front, apparently willing to make major concessions to Iran in order to achieve his legacy nuclear deal. In doing so, he is being led by the nose by Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei, who keeps moving the goalposts. The June 30th deadline to reach a final agreement was initially pushed back so that Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif could travel from Vienna, where the negotiations are being held, to Tehran for further instructions. The deadline for reaching a deal has now been moved to July 7, just before the point when the time available for Congress to review its terms would be extended from 30 days to 60 days.Read more
Just two days before the June 30th cutoff for an agreement with Iran on its nuclear program was set to expire, American and European officials announced that the deadline would be extended yet again, marking the third time that the United States capitulated to the Iranians. Sensing American vacillation, weakness and desperation, the Iranians have once more managed to arm-twist and outmaneuver the Obama administration.
The extension comes on the heels of an embarrassing June 24 bipartisan letter signed by a group of nineteen prominent diplomats, legislators, policymakers, and experts cautioning the Obama administration that the emerging deal with the Islamic Republic “may fall short of meeting the administration’s own standard of a ‘good’ agreement.” It also noted the need for Obama to address Iran’s deleterious regional machinations and its desire to establish a Shiite hegemony, something the Obama administration has inexplicably chosen to ignore. The letter represents a scathing indictment of Obama’s handling of the Iranian talks and this is especially true when one considers that five of the signatories were former Obama administration officials or otherwise had ties to the Obama White House.Read more