ON-Lion Letter

Intellectually provocative and forcefully argued, Volume III of The Black Book of the American Left shows why David Horowitz is the worst enemy of the Left and a national treasure for conservatives.

In the volume, The Great Betrayal, Horowitz focuses on events from 9/11 to the Iraq War.  The essays chronicle how efforts to remove the Saddam regime, initially supported by both major political parties, were cynically abandoned by the Democratic Party -- whose leaders then conducted a five-year campaign against the war while American troops were still on the battlefield.

These politicians were, Horowitz shows, acting in concert with "progressives" who, without overtly supporting the Saddam regime as their political ancestors had the Kremlin, were nonetheless resuming the Left's historic role as frontier guards for the enemies of the United States.

Horowitz is founder and chief executive officer of the David Horowitz Freedom Center, which is substantially supported by The Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation in Milwaukee.

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