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Evidence of the politically corrupt state of academia (english)
11 Mar 2003
children of a Marxist God
children of a Marxist God
I have been on the road since Sunday. I spoke at Catholic University in the nation's capitol on Monday. The speech will be broadcast on C-Span (we'll give you notice on Frontpage). Today I am at Hamilton College in Clinton NY to speak on the Sixties. It is one of the rare occasions I have been officially invited, in this case by historian Maurice Isserman with whom I have had an email correspondence for some time. Isserman is that rare specimen, an honest leftist. He has written an excellent biography of Michael Harrington called The Other American, and one of the only studies of the Sixties by a leftist that I would recommend, If I Had A Hammer. I had dinner with Maurice and another leftist here whom I respect, Phil Klinkner, the author of a book on the civil rights movement, The Unsteady March, whom I once blasted on these pages. Having talked at length to Klinkner I realize I misjudged him, an error encouraged by the fact that his article appeared in The Nation. Hamilton College scores better than your average school in terms of diversity of faculty views. In the history department I am told by these gentlemen there are 2 Republicans, 3 leftists and 5 Democrats. By my count, that's 8 leftists to 2 conservatives, which means that there are at least twice many conservatives as the national academic average.

I usually do about four TV and radio interviews a day on the road, plus sundry meetings, so it is very difficult for me to answer my emails (about 153 this morning) and do any writing for Frontpage. Nonetheless, blog readers have supplying me with a stream of important information on the subjects we are addressing, so please read on:

"They Know From Your Silence"

Dear Mr. Horowitz,

Some facts about me:

• 4 scholarly books
• Scores of articles, book chapters, and translations published in peer-reviewed journals and books
• Almost 20 years of teaching experience (graduate and undergraduate) and as many years of awards for excellence in teaching
• PhD from one of the most prestigious Ivy League Schools of the northeast
• I speak 4 languages and read 10
• I built and administered multiple-section courses as well as the teaching practicum required of all new teachers at my university

I have never been offered a tenure-track job (Romance languages and literatures). Instead, the faculties consistently hire minorities, gays, and sundry leftist ideologues who cannot speak even one foreign language, but write about female, post-colonial, and gay victims. Despite the fashionable nature of their work, they cannot get published. No matter, they are soon tenured. Students need a “diverse faculty” you know.

To never gain tenure-track employment, it suffices to remain silent before leftist ideology in universities today. You don’t have to say a word. "They know you from your silence." And there is nothing you can teach, nothing you can publish, no reviews your work can receive that will ever save you.

I took a second doctorate (in law), and have had considerable success. As for Susan Estrich (I saw you on *Hannity and Colmes*), she is either completely disingenuous or completely detached from reality. I did not go into law to make lots of money; there was simply nothing I could do to save myself in the schools. As for Alan Colmes’s outlandish claim that the reason faculty members are leftist in orientation is because they are more intelligent, I am still outraged. How dare he?

Name Withheld (the writer is female)

Children Of A Marxist God

My story about Leftist domination in academia focuses on a much-neglected segment of colleges and universities, i.e., seminaries and divinity schools. These schools are training the next generation of religious leaders, and they are just as dominated by Leftist Oligarchs as their secular colleges. Seminaries and divinity schools also receive their fair share of government funding through federal and state grants, government subsidized student loans and military veteran’s financial aid, not to mention tax breaks because of their religious nature.

In “Why We Fight”, William Bennett describes the left-wing counterculture as “secular, liberationist, anti-traditionalist” and dominating in cultural influence and power. While “religious believers and moral traditionalists” are “in the position of the ‘dissident’ element.”

The reason religious believers and moral traditionalists are in decline and forced to become the minority dissident element is the Leftist Oligarchs dominating most major seminaries and divinity schools. For the effect this has had on the Catholic Church read Michael S. Rose’ book, “GOODBYE, GOOD MEN: How Liberals Brought Corruption Into the Catholic Church”.

I attended Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary (PLTS), one of the member schools of the Graduate Theological Union (GTU) in Berkeley. The GTU is made up of several schools representing different Protestant denominations, various Catholic orders and the Unitarian Universalists.While attending PLTS I became interested in the Acton Institute (, a think tank and educational institution that promotes “a free society characterized by individual liberty and sustained by religious principles.” I learned about Michael Novak and his criticism of liberation theology (liberation theology is a heavy dose of Marxism mixed with a patina of Christianity that was heavily promoted by pro-communists and Castro apologists in Central America).

At the end of one of my classes I asked the professor if he could think of anyone teaching at the GTU who was critical of liberation or feminist theology. He could only think of one person: a Ph.D. candidate who was interested in economics, but NO professors. My brief survey of other professors reinforced what my instructor told me: there were no professors who questioned or criticized liberation theology at the GTU. When I met with the Ph.D. candidate I realized I was alone in my admiration for liberty, the free-market and traditional, conservative religious teaching.

This Ph.D. candidate thought the best work religious leaders could be do was liberating society from the horrible oppression wrought by capitalism. This was a common sentiment among students and professors at the GTU. While we work to wrench control of the secular universities from the dogmatic Leftists, let us not forget the seminaries and divinity schools that will produce the next generation of clergy. We must not allow further corruption of traditional religious teaching by the same Marxist poison that has turned our secular schools into socialist indoctrination centers and purveyors of multicultural hogwash.

name withheld

And the Winner of the Tom Hayden Contest is ... Todd LaClair

DAVID HOROWITZ is a nationally known author and lifelong civil rights activist. He was one of the founders of the New Left in the 1960s and editor of its largest magazine, Ramparts. In the 1970s he created the Oakland Community Learning Center, an inner city school for disadvantaged children that was run by the Black Panther Party. In the 1990s he created the Individual Rights Foundation, which led the battle against speech codes on college campuses, and compelled the entire “president’s cabinet” of the University of Minnesota to undergo five hours of sensitivity training in the First Amendment for violating the free speech rights of its students. In 1996 he was a spokesman for the California Civil Rights Initiative, which barred government from discriminating against “or granting preferential treatment to any individual or group on the basis of race, sex, color, ethnicity, or national origin.” This year he has joined Ward Connerly’s campaign to pass a Racial Privacy Initiative. This is an anti-racial profiling initiative that would prevent government agencies from asking citizens about their race. David Horowitz is an outspoken opponent of censorship and racial preferences, and a defender of the rights of minorities and other groups under attack -- including the rights of blacks, gays, women, Jews, Muslims, Christians and white males.

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October 11, 1995
“Identifying Black Racism: The Last Taboo,” Orange County Register, December 10, 1995
“V is for Vacuous Censorship,” Los Angeles Times, February 8, 1996
“Political Expediency, Not Violence, Behind V-Chip,” Houston Chronicle, February 19, 1996
“V-Chip A Vote for Censorship,” Seattle Times, February 25, 1996
“Hollywood Isn’t A Civil Rights Trophy,” Los Angeles Times, March 24, 1996
“Socialism Never Dies,” The Weekly Standard, April 1, 1996
“Brutality Charges Smear Police,” St. Louis Post-Dispatch, April 30, 1996
“TV Control Is Met with Media Silence,” Los Angeles Times, June 16, 1996
“What Happens to Free Speech If Feds Dictate Content for TV?,” Sacramento Bee, June 21, 1996
“President’s Call for TV Content Control Met with Media Silence,”
Bloomington Herald-Times, June 21, 1996
“Denzel, Dennis and Shaq Belie the ‘Color Bar,’” Los Angeles Times, July 23, 1996
“What ‘Color Bar’?” Phoenix Gazette, July 25, 1996
“Denzel, Dennis, Eddie and Shaq Belie a ‘Color Bar,’” Star Tribune, July 26, 1996 “Denzel,
Dennis, Shaq Belie the ‘Color Bar’,” Tulsa World, July 28, 1996
“Black Stars Hurdle ‘Color Bar’,” Denver Post, July 28, 1996
“NBA Megabucks Add Up to End of the ‘Color Bar’,” Houston Chronicle, July 28, 1996
“Evidence Abounds That America's ‘Color Bar’ Is Finally Dead,” Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel,
July 28, 1996 “Belying the ‘Color Bar’,” Tampa Tribune, July 28, 1996
“When a White Kid Wants to ‘Be Like Mike,’” The Sun, July 28, 1996
“Gang of Four Tackles TV and Constitution,” Los Angeles Times, July 28, 1996
“Big Brother Goes Channel Surfing,” Sacramento Bee, August 4, 1996
“Clinton Proves GOP Right on Welfare,” San Francisco Chronicle, August 9, 1996
“Suppose They Held a Convention and TV Never Came?” San Diego Union-Tribune, August 18, 1996
“The Media’s Arrogance in San Diego,” The Washington Times, August 20, 1996
“‘Non-Event’?,” Winchester Star, August 20, 1996
“A Test of Character for Bob Dole,” The Washington Times, September 24, 1996
“Dole Can Win on the Coattails of CCRI,” Los Angeles Times, September 27, 1996
“If You’re Gay, Saying So Helps,” Arizona Republic, October 11, 1996
“Clinton is a Wolf in GOP Clothing,” Los Angeles Times, October 17, 1996
“Fact is, Clinton already proposing Medicare cut,” Houston Chronicle, October 24, 1996
“Dem Tactics Drive Republicans to Distraction,” Arizona Republic, November 3, 1996
“A Political Identity
Crisis,” The Wall Street Journal, November 22, 1996
“Left, Right Both Need to Face Realities If There Is to Be a Dialogue on Race,” Buffalo News,
January 4, 1997
“Ability Is What Counts – On Any Playing Field,” San Francisco Chronicle, February 28, 1997
“Black History Lesson,” San Francisco Chronicle, February 28, 1997
“The Disaffection of Tammy Bruce,” Los Angeles Times, March 11, 1997
“Hayden: A Revolutionary L.A. Can Skip,” Los Angeles Times, March 11, 1997
“From Left to Right: A Political Switch,” Chicago Tribune, April 9, 1997
“Jack Kemp’s Strange Crusade to Brin Farrakhan into the Mainstream,” Connecticut Jewish
Ledger, April 11, 1997
“Liberating Oseola,” The Tampa Tribune, April 13, 1997
“Liberals Should Rethink Race-Poverty Link,” The Daily News of Los Angeles, April 18, 1997
“FDR Memorial Can’t Change Sadness, Revulsion or History,” The Daily News of
Los Angeles, April 27, 1997
“Author Responds to Review,” The Press-Democrat, April 27, 1997
“Military Rape,” San Diego Union-Tribune, May 9, 1997
“A Dangerous Precedent at Aberdeen,” San Diego Union-Tribune, May 9, 1997
“Redistributing Wealth: Unfair and Useless,” Los Angeles Times, May 27, 1997
“Forget ‘Haves’ and ‘Have Nots’; What About ‘Wills’ and ‘Will Nots’?” Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel,
June 1, 1997
“Lessons from a `Radical Son',” San Diego Union-Tribune, July 6, 1997
“Defining Race Adds to Racial Divisions,” San Diego Union-Tribune, August 3, 1997
“Bilingual Programs No Aid To Students,” Lebanon Daily News, August 22, 1997
“Latinos Suffer From Bilingual System,” Primos Sunday Times, August 24, 1997
“An Academic Lynching,” Austin American-Statesman, September 26, 1997
“Latinos Must Be Set Free,” Pasadena Star-News, October 22, 1997
“GOP Through the Looking Glass,” The Daily News of Los Angeles, November 2, 1997
“Liberals Want a Racial Monologue,” Los Angeles Times, December 18, 1997
“The Conversation: Liberals Want a Racial Monologue,” The Plain Dealer, December 26, 1997
“All the President’s Women,” The Daily News of Los Angeles, January 25, 1998
“Why Read Marx?; Marx Reconsidered: A Symposium,” Los Angeles Times, February 8, 1998
“Confessions of a Right-Wing Conspirator,” Los Angeles Times, February 24, 1998
“Confessions of a Right-Wing Conspirator,” Cincinnati Enquirer, March 2, 1998
“Right-Wing Conspirator 'Fesses Up,” Denver Post, March 11, 1998
“Eldridge Cleaver’s Last Gift: The Truth,” Los Angeles Times, May 3, 1998
“From Black Panther to Republican,” Cincinnati Enquirer, May 7, 1998
“Cleaver's Radical Turnaround Took Courage,” Detroit News, May 7, 1998
“Give Radical Some Respect for Honesty,” Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, May 10, 1998
“Racial Face-Off,” Saint Paul Pioneer Press, December 29, 1998
“Betty Friedan,” The Ottawa Citizen, April 11, 1999
Correspondence, The American Prospect, May-June 1999
“Mercy for a Terrorist?,” The Hamilton Spectator, August 6, 1999
“Gore Declares Himself the Candidate of the Average-Sized Voter,” The Salt Lake
Tribune, November 17, 1999
“Using Labels as a Weapon,” The Washington Times, November 22, 1999
“Even Standing Alone, the United States Can Still Be Right,” Los Angeles Times, November 26, 1999
“V-Day,” The Washington Times, February 9, 2001
“Racial McCarthyism,” Wall Street Journal, March 20, 2001
“Racial McCarthyism Jamming Dialogues on College Campuses,” Arizona Republic, March 22, 2001
“Provocative Message Fuels Conflict,” Chicago Tribune, March 25, 2001
“The David Horowitz Controversy,” The Daily Tarheel, April 2, 2001
“David Horowitz: Reflections of a Campus Provocateur,” Yale Daily News, April 2, 2001
“Horowitz Responds to Princetonian's 'Abuse',” The Daily Princetonian, April 9, 2001
“Ten Reasons Why Reparations For Slavery is a Bad Idea – And Racist Too,” Stanford Daily, May 2, 2001
“UW Reply to Ad Is Nonsense,” Capital Times, May 16, 2001
“Slavery Reparations, College Papers, and Free Speech,” Columbia Daily Spectator, June 6, 2001
“Open Letter to Future Anti-War Activists,” Rocky Mountain Collegian, September 27, 2001
“Protesters Should Think Twice,” Columbia Daily Spectator, September 27, 2001
“Students, Rethink How You Protest,” The Los Angeles Times, September 28, 2001 “Speaker Offers to Debate Advertisement Protesters,” Duke Chronicle, December 10, 2001
“David Horowitz: No,” Wisconsin State Journal, December 16, 2001
“New Policy Hides Public School Failure,” UCLA Daily Bruin, January 7, 2002
“Coverage of Rally Shows Leftist Fear,” UCLA Daily Bruin, January 17, 2002
“Five Reasons Reparations Are Morally Wrong,” Knight-Ridder Tribune News Service, April 22, 2002
“Five Reasons Reparations Are Morally Wrong,” Providence Journal-Bulletin, April 23, 2002
“Views on the Middle East; Mideast Struggle Was Never About Land,” The San
Francisco Chronicle, April 26, 2002
“The Washington Blame Game; Why Bush Is Innocent and the Democrats Are Guilty,”
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“The “Peace” Movement Isn’t About Peace,”, January 21, 2003
“Dr. King’s Most Embarrassing Moment,”, January 20, 2003
“America Under Siege,”, January 20, 2003
“The Big Lie Before the Supreme Court,”, January 15, 2003
“New Year’s Message,”, January 2, 2003
“A New Day for Republicans and America,”, December 20, 2002
“Trent Lott Must Go,”, December 16, 2002
“Anti-Americanism and the War on Terror,”, December 9, 2002
“Campus Indoctrination,”, December 6, 2002
“David Horowitz vs. Michael Berube,”, November 27, 2002
“A Serious Problem for the Patriotic Left,”, November 25, 2002
“America's Wars and the Progressive Left,”, November 12, 2002
“Republican Surge,”, November 6, 2002
“Defining the Opposition,”, November 5, 2002
“100,000 Communists March On Washington To Give Aid and Comfort to Saddam Hussein,”, October 28, 2002
“Message to Harry: Respect African-Americans Who Love Their Country Or Leave It,”, October 25, 200
“Ad Censored By Emory Left,”, October 22, 2002
“Grinding the Wheels of Censorship at Emory,”, October 17, 2002
“Justin Raimondo Has His Say,”, October 16, 2002
“An Open Letter to the Emory Community,”, October 13, 2002
“Campus Ad Campaign,”, October 9, 2002
“Evidence of the Politically Corrupt State of Academia,”, September 21, 2002
“Today is Pearl Harbor,”, September 11, 2002
“Editorial: America Haters,”, September 10, 2002
“The Dictatorship of the Professoriate,”, September 6, 2002
“Harvard U: No Republicans or Conservatives and (Few) White Christians Need Apply,”, September 5, 2002
“Wake Up America: My Visit To Vanderbilt,”, September 4, 2002
“The Problem with America's Colleges and The Solution,”, September 3, 2002
“My Argument with White Nationalists,”, September 3, 2002
“Missing Diversity On America's Campuses,”, September 3, 2002
“American Conservatism: an Argument with the Racial Right,”, August 27, 2002
“Ted Koppel's Spin Zone: How Nightline Controls What You See,”,
August 23, 2002
“Reparations Buffoons On the Washington Mall,”, August 19, 2002
“Sabotaging the War on Iraq,”, August 19, 2002
“The Casual Racism Of Phil Donahue,”, August 12, 2002
“Alienation in A Time of War,”, August 6, 2002
“The Destructive Romance of the Intellectuals,”, July 29, 2002
“Port Huron and the War On Terror,”, July 23, 2002
“Black Racism: The Hate Crime That Dare Not Speak Its Name,”, July 16, 2002
“Postmodern Treacheries,”, July 12, 2002
“Freedom From Race,”, July 9, 2002
“Unnecessary Deaths,”, July 8, 2002
“Disturbing Holiday Thoughts,”, July 5, 2002
“Know The Enemy (And What He Believes),”, June 25, 2002
“Uncivil Wars: Alan Dershowitz's Capitulation to the Racial Left,”, June 7, 2002
“Free the FBI,”, June 3, 2002
“Why Bush Is Innocent and the Democrats Are Guilty,”, May 20, 2000
“Netanyahu: No Terrorist State on the West Bank,”, May 13, 2002
“On Campus, Nobody's Right,”, May 6, 2002
“David Brock Is Still Wrong,”, April 30, 2002
“Believe David Brock at Your Own Risk,”, April 17, 2002
“The Palestinians' True Cause,”, April 3, 2002
“Yes, Virginia, There is a "Decent Left",”, March 27, 2002
“The America-Hating Left Turns Up the Volume,”, March 11, 2002
“Primary Reflections,”, March 1, 2002
“The Latest Civil Rights Shakedown Scheme,”, March 1, 2002
“A Bad Idea Whose Time Has Come,”, February 27, 2002
“Campus Capers,”, February 25, 2002
“Smart and Stupid Presidents,”, February 15, 2002
“Axis of Snobbery,”, February 15, 2002
“Bill Clinton In the Wake of 9/11,”, February 11, 2002
“Why Israel Is The Victim And The Arabs Are The Indefensible Aggressors In the Middle East,”, January 9, 2002
“Colleges Targeted by Anti-Reparations Campaign (And Censorship Scorecard),”, December 31, 2001
“Noam Chomsky's Jihad Against America,”, December 19, 2001
“Horowitz v. Albert: The Rematch,”, November 1, 2001
“Former 60's Radical David Horowitz Exposes Lies Spread by MIT Professor Noam Chomsky,”, October 31, 2001
“The World's Most Shameless Liar Unloads Some More,”, October 22, 2001
“Refuting Chomsky,”, October 8, 2001
“An Open Letter to the "Anti-War" Demonstrators: Think Twice Before You Bring The War Home,”, September 27, 2001
“The Sick Mind of Noam Chomsky,”, September 26, 2001
“Enemies Within,”, September 18, 2001
“Bin Laden's American Blood Brothers,”, September 17, 2001
“Today is Pearl Harbor,”, September 11, 2001
“Pardoned, But Unforgiving,”, September 4, 2001
“Hate Crimes That Dare Not Speak Their Name,”,
August 30, 2001
“The AIDS Obstructionists,”, August 21, 2002
“Social Security Shakedown,”, August 7, 2001
“White, Blind, and Proud,”, July 23, 2001
“Cops Are Not to Blame,”, July 9, 2001
“Why Gays Shouldn't Serve,”, June 25, 2001
“The Plague Abettors,”, June 11, 2001
“Little Totalitarians,”, May 14, 2001
“No More Mr. Nice Guy,”, April 9, 2001
“Sour Gripes,”, March 30, 2001
“A Lesson in Civil Discourse,”, March 30, 2001
“Ten Reasons Why Reparations for Slavery is a Bad Idea, The Advertisement…”, March 30, 2001
“The Racial McCarthyism of Jonathan Alter,”, March 29, 2001
“A Reply to John Doggett,”, March 27, 2001
“The Debt,”, March 26, 2001
“The Triumph of "Multicultural" Thugs,”, May 21, 2001
“Bush's Political Lynching,”, May 7, 2001
“A Slip of the Tongue,”, April 25, 2001
“Why I Won't Pay the Daily Princetonian,”, April 16, 2001
“My 15 Minutes,”, April 2, 2001
“This Is Beyond Libel,”, March 19, 2001
“Caricaturing Whitey,”, March 16, 2001
“Horowitz: "I'm Not a Racial Provocateur,"”, March 13, 2001
“What Harvard Can't Read,”, March 5, 2001
“Other People's Money,”, March 5, 2001
“Lazy Daze,”, February 20, 2001
“You Gotta Have Faith,”, February 5, 2001
“The Democratic Inquisition,”, January 22, 2001
“Politically Correct Hate Crimes,”, January 17, 2001
“First Blood: The Fight Over Bush's Cabinet,”, January 8, 2001
“Ten Reasons Why Reparations for Blacks is a Bad Idea for Blacks - and Racist Too,”, January 3, 2001
“Now What? (Co-author),”, December 15, 2000
“Party Without a Conscience,”, December 11, 2000
“By Any Means Necessary,”, November 22, 2000
“The Coup,”, November 10, 2000
“Drink Tank (Co-author),”, November 3, 2000
“The Politics of Hate,”, October 30, 2000
“It's the Character, Stupid,”, October 16, 2000
“Who Won the Debate? (Co-author),”, October 4, 2000
“Wen Ho Lee's Reckless Defenders,”, October 3, 2000
“A Miracle the Press Won't Report,”, September 18, 2000
“Stop Being So Paranoid, GOP,”, September 11, 2000
“Teacher from Hell,”, September 11, 2000
“It's the Character, Stupid!,”, September 9, 2000
“The Civil Rights Movement is Dead, RIP,”, September 5, 2000
“I Need Your Help,”, September 1, 2000
“Persuading People You Care,”, August 28, 2000
“Hypocrisy Convention,”, August 21, 2000
“Why Gore Can't Win,”, August 17, 2000
“Why Bush Will Win,”, August 7, 2000
“Bush Makes Sensible Choice,”, July 26, 2000
“Bullies of the Left,”, July 24, 2000
“The Anti-White, Anti-American Professor,”, July 21, 2000
“License to Kill,”, July 13, 2000
“The Smearing of "The Patriot",”, July 10, 2000
“Excerpted from Hillary Clinton and the Racial Left: The Lynching of Clarence Thomas,”, July 7, 2000
“Joe Conason vs. David Horowitz on the Gore Scandals,”, June 30, 2000
“Al Gore's Missile-Defense Dodge,”, June 26, 2000
“David Horowitz: Yes,”, June 26, 2000
“Hillary's Solution: Screw the Children,”, June 23, 2000
“Hillary Clinton and "The Third Way",”, June 22, 2000
“Crimes of the Left,”, June 14, 2000
“Battle of the Burnouts,”, June 14, 2000
“Stuck on Oprah,”, June 12, 2000
“Feminism's Dirtiest Secret,”, June 9, 2000
“Black Stalinists Will Fail (Reply to Robert George),”, June 06, 2000
“Reparations Are Still A Bad Idea (Reply to Earl Ofari Hutchinson),”,
June 5, 2000
“The Latest Civil Rights Disaster,”, May 30, 2000
“March of the Racketeers,”, May 15, 2000
“Where Cowards Have No Names,”, May 10, 2000
“Quote from David Horowitz's Letter to Washington Post,”, May 1, 2000
“America's Totalitarian Shame,”, April 25, 2000
“Shame on Janet Reno,”, April 25, 2000
“Screw the Kids!,”, April 17, 2000
“What Hillary Clinton Won't Say,”, April 3, 2000
“No Reason To Glorify the Left's Legacy of Violence,”, March 26, 2000
“Templegate,”, March 20, 2000
“Deafening Silence,”, March 15, 2000
“Smoke and Mirrors,”, March 14, 2000
“License to Kill,”, March 14, 2000
“"Who the Hell Cares?,"”, March 13, 2000
“Post-Super Tuesday Poll: Now What?,” (Co-author),, March 8, 2000
“Shame on Liberal Hypocrites!,”, March 6, 2000
“Racial Killings & Gun Control,”, March 3, 2000
“Primary Reflections,”, March 1, 2000
“Two for the Price of One,”, February 28, 2000
“Follow the Money,”, February 22, 2000
“Racial Shakedowns,”, February 17, 2000
“Party Crashers,”, February 7, 2000
“Exit Poll,” (Co-author),, February 2, 2000
“War of the Classes,”, January 24, 2000
“A Question for the Millennium,”, December 28, 1999
“Brain Dead Till the End,”, December 21, 1999
“Letter to the Past,”, December 14, 1999
“Black Murder Inc.,”, December 13, 1999
“Who Killed Betty Van Patter?,”, December 13, 1999
“It Takes One to Know One,”, December 6, 1999
“Why Republicans Lose,”, November 29, 1999
“Even Alone, We Can Still Be Right,”, November 26, 1999
“Throw Away the Key!,”, November 22, 1999
“Together at Last,”, November 8, 1999
“The Same Old Left,”, October 26, 1999
“Don't Look Back,”, October 25, 1999
“Reverse McCarthyism,”, October 25, 1999
“No Light in His Attic,”, October 11, 1999
“Hating Whitey: Memories in Memphis,”, September 30, 1999
“The Myth Weavers,”, September 27, 1999
“Lies of The New Yorker,”, September 24, 1999
“National Review Fouls Its Own Nest, Again,”, September 14, 1999
“NAACP Chairman Indulges In Racial Slurs,”, September 14, 1999
“The American Way of Bigotry,”, September 13, 1999
“A Message to Our Readers,”, September 1, 1999
“With Conservatives Like These, Who Needs Liberals?,”, August 30, 1999
“My Response to Time's "Slander",”, August 26, 1999
“Guns Don't Kill Black People, Other Blacks Do,”, August 16, 1999
“Mercy For a Terrorist?,”, August 2, 1999
“Why Gore Would Censor "South Park",”, July 19, 1999
“The Last Kennedy,”, July 17, 1999
“Hillary's Hypocrisy,”, July 15, 1999
“What's Gun Control Got to Do With It?,”, July 6, 1999
“The Manchurian Presidency,”, June 21, 1999
“The Race Card,”, June 14, 1999
“Disloyalty of Democrats,”, June 7, 1999
“Traitor in Chief,”, May 28, 1999
“Dialogue of the Deaf,”, May 24, 1999
“The Reds and the Blacks,”, May 20, 1999
“Stop This War,”, May 10, 1999
“"W" In His Game,”, May 6, 1999
“Don't Look Back,”, May 6, 1999
“NR Promotes A Rogue and Fouls Its Nest, II,”, May 4, 1999
“National Review Promotes A Rogue and Fouls Its Nest, Part I,”, May 3, 1999
“Enemy of the People,”, April 26, 1999
“A Tribute to Henry Hyde,”, April 22, 1999
“Kirkus Reviews-Shills for Stalin?,”, April 14, 1999
“Prince of Deception,”, April 12, 1999
“Kazan: Who Betrayed Whom?,”, March 29, 1999
“Walking the Walk,”, March 15, 1999
“Hats Off to a Condemned Man,”, March 1, 1999
“Response to the Harvard Crimson,”, February 25, 1999
“The Vast Left-Wing Conspiracy,”, February 1, 1999
“Postmodern Professors and Partisan Politics,”, January 31, 1999
“Betty Friedan's Secret Communist Past,”, January 18, 1999
“I, Rigoberta Menchú, Liar,”, January 11, 1999
“Telling It Like It Wasn’t,”, January 1, 1999
“How "Low" Crimes and Misdemeanors Become "High",”, December 21, 1998
“Fascism By Any Other Name,”, December 7, 1998
“Why Dems Need Blacks Revisited,”, December 3, 1998
“Marginalizing Conservative Ideas,”, December 1, 1998
“Confessions of a Former Liberal,”, December 1, 1998
“My Conversation with David Horowitz,”, December 1, 1998
“Dictator of Choice,”, November 23, 1998
“Stokely Carmichael (1941-1998): One Who Will Not Be Missed,”,
November 17, 1998
“Campaign '98 in Review,”, November 14, 1998
“Baa Baa Black Sheep,”, November 9, 1998
“Hate Crimes Go Both Ways,”, October 26, 1998
“Clinton's Amen Chorus,”, October 12, 1998
“Right Is Right,”, October 6, 1998
“Why Clinton Should Not Be Impeached - Yet,”, September 28, 1998
“The Beginning of the End,”, September 14, 1998
“Letter to Walter Isaacson,”, September 1, 1998
“Repressed Memory Syndrome,”, August 31, 1998
“Clarence Thomas: A Hero for Us All,”, August 3, 1998
“Still Lying After All These Years,”, July 30, 1998
“Upside-down Politics,”, July 27, 1998
“Mrs. Cosby's Racial Paranoia,”, July 13, 1998
“Homosexuality and the Civic Responsibility of Politicians,”, June 29, 1998
“Fight the Power!,”, June 15, 1998
“Diversity at the L.A. Times,”, June 3, 1998
“Bull[****],”, June 1, 1998
“Ethnic Studies or Racism?,”, June 1, 1998
“Marx's Manifesto: 150 Years of Evil,”, May 27, 1998
“A Modern Progressive Public School,”, May 22, 1998
“Radical Son,”, May 22, 1998
“Newt to the Rescue,”, May 18, 1998
“Michael Lind Perpetrates a Hoax Political Cross-Dresser,”, May 15, 1998
“The Party's Over,”, May 4, 1998
“Eldridge Cleaver's Last Gift,”, May 3, 1998
“Second Letter to Mark Willes,”, April 22, 1998
“Salon's conspiracy,”, April 20, 1998
“Slick Victory,”, April 6, 1998
“The David Brock Affair: Murder or Suicide?,”, April 1, 1998
“First Letter to Mark Willes,”, March 29, 1998
“It's "Only Sex"?,”, March 9, 1998
“David Brock's New Liberal Friends,”, March 3, 1998
“Paging Joe McCarthy,”, February 23, 1998
“Karl Marx and the Los Angeles Times,”, February 16, 1998
“The Loafing Class,”, February 9, 1998
“We Believe You, Scumbag,”, January 26, 1998
“In Praise of William Jefferson Clinton,”, January 12, 1998
“Op-ed: Reply to Paul Berman,”, January 8, 1998
“It's Only Sex? Tell That to Commander Stumpf,”, January 2, 1998
“The Drudge Affair and Its Ripple Effect,”, January 1, 1998
“The Communist Manifesto After 150 Years,”, January 1, 1998
“Ethnic Studies or Racism?,”, January 1, 1998
“Elmer "Geronimo" Pratt's Lawyer Faces Off with Salon Columnist David Horowitz Over Truth,
the Pratt Case and American Justice,”, January 1, 1998
“Johnnie Cochran Wins A Case,”, January 1, 1998
“Liberals Want a Racial Monologue,”, December 18, 1997
“Choke Your Coach, Become a Cause,”, December 15, 1997
“Same-sex Marriage is a Lost Cause Because Gays Are Not the "Same,"”,
December 15, 1997
“"Progressive" Education,”, December 10, 1997
“In Defense of Matt Drudge,”, November 17, 1997
“The Boys in the Bathhouses,”, November 3, 1997
“Spies Like Us,”, October 10, 1997
“Conservatism Needs a Transplant,”, October 6, 1997
“The Race Card,”, October 1, 1997
“An Academic Lynching,”, September 22, 1997
“When "Civil Rights" Means Civil Wrongs,”, September 15, 1997
“Johnnie's Other O.J.,”, September 1, 1997
“Family Feud,”, August 18, 1997
“The Bilingual Trap,”, August 4, 1997
“Defining Race Adds to Racial Divisions,”, August 3, 1997
“American Apartheid,”, July 18, 1997
“Why Israel Shouldn't Trust Yasir Arafat,”, July 4, 1997
“Alternative to Affirmative Action?,”, June 23, 1997
“Respect, Yes; Equivalence, No,”, June 9, 1997
“Robin Hood Lives,”,” May 24, 1997
“The Cochran-ization of American Justice,”, May 12, 1997
“Reality and Dream,”, May 5, 1997
“The AIDS Epidemic is Just Beginning,”, April 14, 1997
“An Old Black Washer Woman Shall Lead Them,”, March 31, 1997
“Feminist Assault on the Military,”, March 17, 1997
“Tom Hayden, Los Angeles and Me,”, March 3, 1997
“Black History Lesson,”, February 24, 1997
“Paging Joe McCarthy,”, February 23, 1997
“It's the Teachers, Stupid,”, February 17, 1997
“Hollywood's Longest Black List,”, February 10, 1997
“The Loafing Class,”, February 9, 1997

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Pointing the Finger, May 17, 2002
Why The Left Is Not Ashamed, May 8, 2002
Media Bias at Baylor, May 2, 2002
Gray Davis Joins the Race-Baiting Left, April 26, 2002
Baiting the Race Baiters, April 15, 2002
Five Reasons Why Reparations Are Morally Wrong And Will Increase Racial Tensions,
April 10, 2002
Behind the Iron Curtain in Michigan, March 21, 2002
Our Enemy Is One, March 20, 2002
An Apology to Hussein Ibish, March 18, 2002
Univ. of Wisconsin: Free to Speak, March 5, 2002
Uncivil Discourse at Brown (Response to Victoria Harris), March 4, 2002
Extremists at Michigan State University, February 25, 2002
Horowitz's Notepad: How The Left Undermined America's Security, February 18, 2002
A Troubling E-mail for Black History Month, February 11, 2002
A Troubling E-mail for Black History Month, February 11, 2002
A Brilliant Performance by a Great Leader, January 30, 2002
Reply to Ran HaCohen, January 23, 2002's Uncivil War, January 21, 2002
An Open Letter to, January 18, 2002
Israel and the Buchanan Conservatives, January 16, 2002
UCLA: A One-Party School A Letter to the Editor of the Daily Bruin, January 16, 2002
How the Fascist Left Operates, January 14, 2002
Why Israel Is The Victim And The Arabs Are The Indefensible Aggressors In the Middle
East, January 11, 2002
We Just Keep Growing, December 21, 2001
The Intellectual Terror in Our Universities, December 10, 2001
Beware Striking Airport Security Workers, December 7, 2001
Academic Freedom Extends Even to Traitors, November 27, 2001
Edward Said, Terrorist, November 19, 2001
Black America at War, November 5, 2001
Noam Chomsky Volunteers to Serve as Domestic Propaganda Chief for Taliban War
Machine, October 29, 2001
The World's Most Shameless Liar Unloads Some More, October 22, 2001
Second Thoughts About National Review, October 10, 2001
Introducing Ann Coulter - FrontPage Columnist, October 3, 2001
An Open Letter to the "Anti-War" Demonstrators: Think Twice Before You Bring
The War Home, September 27, 2001
In Defense of Bill Maher, September 21, 2001
An Enemy Within, September 19, 2001
Enemies Within, September 18, 2001
This is War, September 11, 2001
A Commie Network on the Brink, September 11, 2001
Europe's Tradition of Appeasement, September 10, 2001
Chomsky's Destructive Influence, August 23, 2001
Black "Leaders" and the Enemies of Israel, August 17, 2001
Albert v. Horowitz, Part II, August 16, 2001
Horowitz's Notepad: Albert v. Horowitz, August 15, 2001
Why is Socialism Still on the Agenda?, August 13, 2001
Institutional Racism at the Washington Post, July 31, 2001
The "Civil Rights" Phonies, July 16, 2001
The Self-Righteous Will Never Learn (Part 2), July 13, 2001
The Self-Righteous Will Never Learn, July 12, 2001
Horowitz on Patriotism, July 4, 2001
Socialist Books, July 3, 2001
Gays in the Military Revisited, June 28, 2001
Chicago Schools Succumb to Racial Intimidation, June 26, 2001
A Response to Eric Alterman, June 25, 2001
Crude White-Bashing on BET? , June 22, 2001
Horowitz Challenges New York Times on Pro-AIDS Propaganda, June 19, 2001
Does the American Flag Symbolize Freedom or Racism?, June 18, 2001
“Black Crime (In Your Face) , September 8, 2000
Facing the Truth about AIDS, June 14, 2001
Race Card Wins Again, June 8, 2001
The Democrats' War Against Energy And Freedom, June 7, 2001
Matters of Treason: Reply to Roger Clegg, June 6, 2001
Open Letter to Stanley Crouch, May 21, 2001
The War at Brown, May 17, 2001
Selected Correspondence of Evan Gahr and David Horowitz, April 23, 2001
The Patriot Restores Our National Legend, July 4, 2000

Salon - In Your Face
Black Crime, August 8, 2000
Second Thoughts, September 6, 2000
Turncoat, September 5, 2000
Carry On!, September 1, 2000
Scared to Death, August 29, 2000
Liberal Lies, August 28, 2000
Party Pooper, August 25, 2000
Hillary: Pink Panther, August 24, 2000
Brainwashed!, August 23, 2000
Lieberman Moves Left, August 22, 2000
Hair ‘o the Dog, August 21, 2000
Amazon Censors, August 18, 2000
Inner City Greetings, August 17, 2000
Natural Diversity, August 16, 2000
Democrat Ghetto, August 15, 2000
Spellbound, August 14, 2000
Four Years Late, August 10, 2000
It Ain't Easy, August 10, 2000
TASS Alternative, August 8, 2000
Conason's Kneepads, August 4, 2000
Under God?, August 2, 2000
Clinton's Bootlicker, August 1, 2000
Nasty Little Man, July 31, 2000
Leftist Liars, July 26, 2000
Klinkner's Cacophony, July 25, 2000
Toxic Teaching, July 24, 2000
Balkanization of America, July 21, 2000
Too Late for America?, July 20, 2000
The Tory Globe, July 17, 2000
The Religious Left, July 7, 2000
You Don't Really Want That Book, Do You?, July 1, 2000
Minority Fan, June 26, 2000
Leftist Media, June 22, 2000
"Pious Pollution," June 16, 2000
Hyphenating America, June 14, 2000
Get a Job, June 8, 2000
Chappa-quackery, June 1, 2000
More on Kent State, May 31, 2000
The Blame for Kent State, May 15, 2000
Second Thoughts of My Own, May 11, 2000
Raimondo Replies, May 9, 2000
Reinventing Kent State, May 8, 2000
The Truth about Communism, May 4, 2000
What about Vietnam?, May 3, 2000
What’s the Outrage?, May 2, 2000
The Ruse Hour, May 1, 2000
The Case for Juan Miguel, April 28, 2000
Never Gonna Get It, April 25, 2000
Meriting Pay, April 24, 2000
Voluntary Censorship?, April 21, 2000
What’s Wrong with Our Schools, April 19, 2000
Horowitz Answers a Critic, April 7, 2000
Investigating the Investigator, March 15, 2000
Jesse Gets a Reprieve, March 10, 2000
Racial Killings, Plural?, March 6, 2000
Round 3, March 3, 2000
Round 2, March 1, 2000
A Socialist, but not a Marxist?, March 29, 2000
Keyes Issues, February 25, 2000
The Cornel West Defender, February 23, 2000
Duke's a Hazard, February 22, 2000
Column Crashers 3, February 14, 2000
Column Crashers, II, February 11, 2000
Column Crashers, February 1
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