• Nelson Mandela 1918-2013


    Mandela began as a terrorist and never turned his back on monsters like Arafat and Castro, whom he considered brothers in arms. When he was released from prison by deKlerk, he showed unexpected statesmanship, counseling reconciliation rather than revenge, no small achievement in a country in which the “liberation” movement (led by Mandela’s wife and party) placed oil filled inner tubes around the necks of former comrades and set them on fire.


    But if a leader should be judged by his works, the country Mandela left behind is an indictment of his political career, not an achievement worthy of praise – let alone the unhinged adoration he is currently receiving across the political spectrum.


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  • Charles Payne at Restoration Weekend '13: America's Lost Generation

  • The Black Book of The American Left: Volume I


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    The basic facts of  David Horowitz’s political odyssey, one of the most significant of the last forty years, are well known.  A “red diaper baby” who grew up in what he has called the ghetto of communism, he became a leading Marxist “theorist” in the early 1960s and one of the godfathers of the New Left.  But following America’s defeat in Vietnam, Horowitz  began to reevaluate the damage those commitments had done to the country.


    The Black Book of the American Left is the result of that concerted intellectual effort. It collects all of  Horowitz’s conservative writings over the last thirty years—at once a sharp incision to the heart of the Left’s agenda; an exploration of routes conservatives might take in response to their permanent assault on America; and a unique trip log showing the evolving intellectual journey of one of our bravest and most original thinkers.


    In Volume I of these writings, My Life And Times, Horowitz reflects on the years he spent at war with his own country collaborating with and confronting radical figures like Huey Newton, Tom Hayden and Billy Ayers, as he made his transition from what the write Paul Berman described as the American Left’s “most important theorist” to its most determined enemy.

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  • David Horowitz's Speech to High School Students at the Reagan Ranch

    David recently spoke to high school students at a Young America's Foundation conference at the Reagan Ranch Center in Santa Barbara. Share this important speech with any high schoolers or college students you know.

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  • "The Threat We Face" by David Horowitz

    Below is a speech given by David Horowitz at the Kohler conference of the Bradley Foundation. It has been revised and edited for publication as an article.


    I was born at the beginning of the Second World War into a family of high school teachers who were members of the Communist Party, and therefore were actually part of a vast conspiracy dedicated to the destruction of this country, although they would never have looked at it that way, and so-called liberals would be the first to deny it.

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