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November 26, 2013

David Horowitz is best known for his conversion.

Once stumbling and bumbling in the dark fog of liberalism, the professional pundit came to the light of reality. His critique of the left, race, and culture has placed him on the pages of America's newspapers and, now, on the Rush Limbaugh show for and insightful interview.

Notable quotes

"I think it was Santayana who said that in every generation we face a barbarian threat in our own children."

"According to a Pew poll, 49 percent of young Americans have a favorable view of socialism. What is socialism? It is a system that leads to mass misery, mass impoverization, and human slaughter."

"Conservatives are way too benign, benevolent, understanding. That’s why they’ll call people who are bigots liberals. Their thought is, 'If these leftists want to be called liberals, sure, we’ll call them liberals.'"
Rush Limbaugh’s Conversation with David Horowitz

By The Limbaugh Letter /

o good to speak with a no-holds-barred enemy of the ruinous left, who — having once been the left’s “most important theorist” — knows from the inside out how critical it is to take the fight to them:

RUSH: How are you doing, David?

HOROWITZ: Hey, Rush! Good.

RUSH: Your latest book has an intriguing title, The Black Book of the American Left. If somebody walked up to you on the street and asked about it, how would you explain it?

HOROWITZ: It’s kind of my life mission, I guess. It’s my collected writings. I’ve written about a million and a half words in the last 20, 30 years, not counting my books, and these words have all been about one subject, it turns out. I didn’t realize this until I had somebody collect them. But it’s all about the left, and the battles I and conservatives have had with the left over race, the culture wars, and over the left’s lack of loyalty to this country in facing its enemies.

I organized those writings into ten volumes; each is a book that covers one area. This first volume, which Encounter Books is publishing this week, is called “My Life and Times,” about how I left the left and why. The second volume is called “Progressives,” about the nature of progressivism and why it’s connected to communism.
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