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The New Black Panther Party: Black Racism Personified

John Perazzo, Any “national conversation” on race must acknowledge the most taboo racism of all. Founded in 1990, the New Black Panther Party for Self-Defense (NBPP) is a militant black separatist organization that promotes racial violence against Jews and whites. NBPP preaches a “Ten-Point Platform” similar to its that of its namesake – the murderous Black panther

The Nation of Islam Factor: Explaining the Islamic intransigence of the outgoing president

Lloyd Billingsley, In his January 10 farewell speech, President Obama cited “violent fanatics who claim to speak for Islam.” That was the only mention of Islam in the speech, and the outgoing president kept his record intact. For the past eight years, the most powerful man in the world has refused to connect Islam with

Inauguration War: The Left prepares its counter-attack on American democracy

David Horowitz, According to Gallup, the average presidential honeymoon lasts seven months. This is a window when the losing party declares a partisan peace, allows the incoming president to pick his cabinet and launch the agenda his victory mandates. Presidential honeymoons are not only a venerable American tradition they are one of democracy’s pillars. For

Dreams From His Racist Anti-Semites: In Yacub, Malcolm and Louis they trust.

Lloyd Billingsley, Congressional Democrats and their media allies are bellowing that president elect Donald Trump is a racist anti-Semite and so are his advisers such as Steve Bannon. This tsunami of hysteria, as David Horowitz noted, has no basis in fact, but it does invite a look back at the influences of the outgoing President

Why I find the black community’s response to Trump’s election a little embarrassing

Jeremy Hunt, My father grew up in Atlanta during the late 60s and 70s surrounded by fellow blacks. From elementary school to Howard University, where he obtained his undergraduate and law degrees—everyone looked like him. His childhood room boasted a giant black power fist on the wall in the Pan-African colors of red, black, and

America’s Real Racists

John Perazzo, David Horowitz’s “Progressive Racism” exposes them — and names them. Below is John Perazzo’s review of David Horowitz’s new book, “Progressive Racism,” which is volume 6 of The Black Book of the American Left, a multi-volume collection of David Horowitz’s conservative writings that will, when completed, be the most ambitious effort ever undertaken to define the