By Kevin Price, Publisher and Editor in Chief, USDR.
From Kevin Price’s column in Huffington Post:
David Horowitz was the poster child of the radical left in the 1960s. His parents were card-carrying members of the Communist Party USA for many years, and he was both a footsoldier and propagandist of the hard left’s socialist agenda in this country and was considered one of the founders of the New Left movement. According to his autobiography, Radical Son, Horowitz departed from the radical-left movement after he came to believe a friend of his had been killed by the Black Panther Party after he’d gotten her a job with them. This remains a case of his word against theirs.
After making the transition from radical Marxist to vehement anti-communist, he became a conservative darling and a New York Times bestselling author (and co-author) of several books, including three dynastic biographies: The Rockefellers: An American Dynasty (1976), The Kennedys: An American Dream (1984), and The Fords: An American Epic (1987).
Recently Horowitz was on my program, The Price of Business, to discuss the horrible situation the country is in. Instead of being elated over the recent elections, Horowitz conveyed to my audience his belief that the GOP is going to continue to prove their inability and unwillingness to lead. Most importantly, he argued, they don’t understand how great a threat “communists” and “racists” — like Barack Obama, in his opinion — are to the American people. He said that that issue…(read more)