Israel Considers Pre-Emptive Attack On Iran?
Stanley Cohen and David Horowitz joined the show to discuss Israel's proposal to execute a pre-emptive strike to neutralize Iran's nuclear ambitions. “The reality is that Hamas, Hezbollah and Iran have launched genocidal war against Israel,” Horowitz explained. “The agenda of Hamas and Iran is to push the Jews into the sea – to kill them. To me it’s lunatic to think Netanyahu has to convince anyone to strike Iran. The United States struck Iran a while ago. Stanley Cohen tried to interject but Horowitz cut him off. “Stanley you’re a trader to the Jews and you’re a Nazi that’s what you are and you’re supporting Nazis in the Middle East,” Horowitz yelled back at Cohen. The debate got extremely heated as tempers flared. You can listen to the entire riveting debate by clicking here.
Why The Lack Of Scrutiny During Obama Campaign?
Sean started Wednesday’s show by discussing how disproportionate the intensity and scrutiny are when you compare Barack Obama’s presidential campaign against that of Herman Cain. “It’s breathtaking,” Sean exclaimed. “It’s a double standard on display for all to see - to the point where journalism is almost dead in America. There are still many people who think the New York Times is objective. Those days have passed…that ship has sailed,” said Sean. The thrill the media had for Obama they obviously do not have for Herman Cain. “The media senses that there is blood in the water and they are going to do everything they can to destroy Herman Cain,” Sean concluded.
Condoleezza Rice Opens Up on White House Years, Talks 2012
Since leaving office, former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice has stayed almost completely silent about the eight years she served at the top levels of the George W. Bush White House. All that silence ends now. Her brand new book, "No Higher Honor: A Memoir in My Years in Washington" hit book stores yesterday. The former Secretary of State joined Sean on ‘Hannity’ and touched on the issue of race and its importance during a political campaign. Rice explained that its prejudicial to stereotype African Americans as liberal leaning. “No one can tell me how to be black. I know how to be black. I've been black all my life. And again, if you look at a black person and you say that person has to think in a particular way, I don't care if you are white or you are black and you say that, then you've got a prejudice. You can't see beyond race to give that person the dignity, the ability to think as they might. So I really don't engage in this. I simply say to people, you know, I' ll think what I think and if you have a problem with that, it's your problem, not mine. You can watch Sean’s entire interview with Condoleezza Rice in two parts here: PART 1 | PART 2. You can pick up a copy of Rice’s new book by clicking here.
David Joel Horowitz (born January 10, 1939) is an American conservative writer and policy advocate. Horowitz was a member of the New Left in the late 1960s before moving to the right in the 1970s. He is a founder and the president of the David Horowitz Freedom Center, edits the conservative tabloid FrontPage Magazine, and writes for Christopher Ruddy's conservative website NewsMax. Horowitz founded the right-leaning activist group Students for Academic Freedom.