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    David Horowitz Explains How Progressives Lost in the 1960s, Yet Still Found a Way to Transform America

    What can a former high-level progressive and founder of the New Left expose about American politics today? According to David Horowitz, a lot. In his newest book, “The Black Book of the American Left,” Horowitz explains how the communists of the 1960s were unable to transform America because they were … More

    Horowitz at Heritage: Former Leftist to Discuss His Ideological Transition

    Today, the American left is the dominate force in academia and media. There’s a progressive in the White House and others in positions to shape America’s future. It’s no wonder many conservatives are worried about the direction of our country. David Horowitz, a New York Times bestselling author, spent the … More

    Remembering the Liberation of Grenada, 30 Years Later

    On this day 30 years ago, the Reagan Administration launched the successful liberation of the tiny Caribbean island of Grenada. The military action was prompted by the coup and assassination of Grenada’s prime minister by Soviet- and Cuban-supported factions in his administration. A former British colony, Grenada had only recently … More

    Remembering the Victims of Communism and Nazism in Eastern Europe

    Today, August 23, is remembered across much of the world as Black Ribbon Day in remembrance of the millions of victims of Nazi and Communist totalitarianism in Europe. Seventy-four years ago, on August 23, 1939, the Soviet Union and Nazi Germany signed the Molotov–Ribbentrop Pact. The pact was a treaty … More

    My Parents' Path to Freedom: Why the Cuba Embargo Stands for Democracy

    My mother left Cuba in 1965 at 11 years old. She and her parents were allowed to bring only three changes of clothes each and one or two pairs of shoes. No money and nothing of value. Diamonds? Gold? Left behind. My grandfather had a $20 bill in his pants … More

    U.S. Engages Cuba, Cuba Engages in Arms Trafficking

    The interception of a North Korean ship believed to be carrying missiles, jets, and other weapons from Cuba through the Panama Canal should be a wakeup call for the Obama Administration as it resumes migration talks with Cuban officials for the first time since 2011. The incident illustrates the wrongheadedness … More

    The Legacy of the Victims of Communism

    “And we said nothing!” Representative Dana Rohrabacher (R–CA) told the small crowd of roughly 50 gathered for the sixth annual memorial for the victims of communism in Washington, D.C., last week. As Rohrabacher paused in his speech about the massacre at Tiananmen Square a silence crept over the street. They … More

    Obama in Berlin: No Ronald Reagan

    President Obama’s speech today, June 19, at the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin inevitably invites comparisons with the speech given by President Ronald Reagan on June 12, 1987. Surely, no one in this publicity savvy White House could have missed that point. The backdrop of the famous monument, the topic, the … More

    American Betrayal: How Enemies Within Harm the U.S.

    The topic of a recent Heritage event on American Betrayal: The Secret Assault on Our Nation’s Character, by noted author and columnist Diana West, was nothing less than a startling rewriting of American history since the 1930s. West’s book and her compelling presentation—which can be viewed on Heritage.org—deserve a wide … More

    U.S. Policy for Cuba: Libertad

    Speaking in Miami in May 2008, then-presidential candidate Barack Obama outlined his proposed Cuba policy: “My policy toward Cuba will be guided by one word: Libertad [Liberty]. And the road to freedom for all Cubans must begin with justice for Cuba’s political prisoners, the rights of free speech, a free … More