peace movements

The Anti-War Movement and Me

ND THEN THERE'S THE ARSE-NAGGING KNUCKLE-DRAGGING FACT that a huge slice of university populations will pre-emptively dismiss a speaker before hearing one word of conservative discourse, which of course is nothing but the sign of a closed mind—an infection of the Vichy Left. This absurd posture illustrates a deep hatred and mistrust of America and all that she welcomes and withstands, for the sake of those who are in need—an absurd posture that presumes or dismisses the fact that the country CANNOT FIGHT BACK against a legitimate enemy. It's staggering really. In this infantile anti-war fantasy world the author of...

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Horowitz On Horowitz

As I understand it, the Left truly loathes traitors, and on top of the current list of the most hated pols who was a major player on the Left in the turbulent 1960s but defected after a long introspection of what he and his comrades were actually doing as opposed to what they said they stood for, David Horowitz came clean, then defected. He has now worked for conservative viewpoints for several decades. What follows is an edited version of a radio interview on KKMS AM 980 with David Horowitz conducted by hosts Lee Michaels and Jeff Shell. The show...


Treason And Its Consequences

Fancy a strong argument against the tactics used by those who tout with positive spin the adage that WAR IS DECEIT simply because their warlord prophet told them so? Published on the stalwart beacon—Jihad Watch—by a fellow writing under the oddly familiar non de guerre Hyman Roth: AIR and other [noted] enemies undoubtedly would like to take some of the comments on this particular thread to falsely proclaim that Jihad Watch endorses random mayhem against all Muslims. Robert Spencer has mentioned that he is frequently on the defensive against this claim but addresses it this way: To paraphrase, Jihad Watch...