I consider David Horowitz to be a personal mentor, even if he doesn't know it. If Conservatives had listened to him in the late 80s and 90s, we wouldn't be in this terrible situation, where the country is truly on the precipous, and we surely would have never had a Barack Obama.
Donald Trump has every right to question the bias of Judge Curiel. One does not join an Association that uses the term La Raza for benign reasons. La Raza is an ideology of ethnic superiority no different than what members of the KKK believe. What is represented by the National Council of La Raza is a sanitized publicly acceptable version that has been altered, groomed, and conditioned for the sole purpose of deniability. After years of being stigmatized as Brown version of the KKK along with their rhetoric and a history that is easily researched, the power structure within the La Raza movement made a coherent and strategic decision to change it's outward appearance. Members of the Raza decided to go to school get degrees become doctors, teachers, lawyers, and judges, not dissimilar to what the Russians and KGB did during the Cold War. La Raza is not only an ideology ethnic superiority it's also Marxist in nature.
I conditions David Horowitz to be a personal mentor. I think if Conservatives had listened to him in the late 80s and 90s, we wouldn't be in this terrible situation, where the country is truly on the precipous, and we surely would have never had a Barack Obama.
Identity politics a Leftist tool we've come to absolutely despise.
By THE WASHINGTON TIMES - Monday, October 12, 2015 ANALYSIS/OPINION: 1. Monica Lewinsky: Led to only the second president in American history to be impeached. 2. Benghazi: Four Americans killed, an entire system of weak diplomatic security uncloaked, and the credibility of a president and his secretary of state damaged 3. Asia fundraising scandal:... Continue Reading →
Institutionalizing our demise: America vs. multiculturalism by Roger Kimball Tenth in the series "Lengthened Shadows." Here individuals of all nations are melted into a new race of men, whose labours and posterity will one day cause great changes in the world. —J. Hector St. John de Crèvecoeur, Letters from an American Farmer, 1782 There is no... Continue Reading →