“Horowitz blows the lid off Black Lives
Matter lies and exposes the damage the
movement has done to the black community.”
—LARRY ELDER, bestselling author and host of
The Larry Elder Show
“In his new book, I Can’t Breathe: How a Racial Hoax Is Killing America, Horowitz exposes the sickness at the heart of our national nightmare. This book is essential, don’t miss it.”
—MARK LEVIN, nationally syndicated TV and radio host and
author of Unfreedom of the Press.
Radical Son is one of the best political memoirs I’ve read. Though it is really a love story—one man becomes passionately enamored with freedom, responsibility, and reason. Or maybe it’s a book about faith healing, a true account of how belief in human dignity and individual rights cures blindness, folly, and hatred.
Mortality and Faith is the second half of an autobiography of David Horowitz whose first installment, Radical Son, was published more than twenty years ago. It completes the account of his life from where the first book left off to his seventy-eighth year.
Americans are more divided today than at any time since the Civil War. So deep and intractable are the divisions that our most fundamental rights—to religious liberty, freedom of speech, and the presumption of innocence until proven guilty—are under relentless attack. We can no longer even agree on so basic a principle as the need for a legal immigration process to protect our sovereignty and civic culture.