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This profile was last updated on 12/21/14  and contains information from public web pages and contributions from the ZoomInfo community.

Mr. David M. Horowitz

Wrong David M. Horowitz?

President and Founder

Local Address: Los Angeles, California, United States
217 Commerce Rd.
Barnstable , Massachusetts 02630
United States

Company Description: A cutting edge magazine of politics and culture from David Horowitz and The Center for the Study of Popular Culture

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations


  • PhD
  • Columbia
  • Masters degree , English literature
    The University of California at Berkeley
  • Masters degree , English literature
    University of California at Berkeley
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New York City Personal Injury Attorney – Manhattan, Long Island, the Bronx, Brooklyn, 21 Dec 2014 [cached]
David Horowitz
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Our Partners:
David Horowitz
David Horowitz
New York City personal injury attorney David Horowitz is the president and founder of the law firm of David Horowitz, PC He was admitted to the Bar in 1957, having graduated first in his class from Brooklyn Law School. From our first office at his home on Washington Avenue in the Bronx to our current facility at 276 Fifth Avenue, Manhattan, he has always had the interests of clients foremost in his mind.
Under the leadership of David Horowitz, the firm has obtained millions of dollars in verdicts and settlements. We are especially proud that many of our current clients are grandchildren of clients we served years ago. Not only does he treat clients as family, his own family is now a part of the firm.
David Horowitz continues to work and to devote his full attention to his clients and their needs.
Contact New York City personal injury attorney David Horowitz at our Manhattan and Long Island-area law firm to schedule a free consultation and case evaluation.
Inspired by how the law can positively impact a person's life, and with the encouragement of his mentor, David Horowitz, William enrolled in law school.
For a consultation with an experienced New York City personal injury attorney, one convenient to Manhattan, Long Island, and New York's other boroughs, contact the law office of David Horowitz, PC Our lawyers can help you obtain fair compensation for your injuries.
David Horowitz, PC 276 5th Ave Ste 405 New York, NY 10001 Phone: (212) 684-3630 Toll Free: (800) 756-0080
If you have been injured, our personal injury lawyers - David Horowitz, Steven Horowitz, and Christopher Joslin - can help.
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Staff - David Horowitz Freedom Center, 5 Aug 2014 [cached]
David Horowitz
David Horowitz
David Horowitz Founder / CEO
CMR Board of Advisors - Center for Military Readiness, 25 Sept 2014 [cached]
DAVID HOROWITZ is founder and president of the Los Angeles-based David Horowitz Freedom Center, formerly the Center for the Study of Popular Culture, and Editor of FrontPage Magazine. Horowitz also founded the organization Students for Academic Freedom, an organization with the self-stated goal to combat leftist indoctrination in academia. A former leader of the New Left during the 1960's, Mr. Horowitz chronicled his journey rightward in the best-selling novels Destructive Generation: Second Thoughts About the Sixties and 1997's Radical Son. Author George Gilder lauded Horowitz as "the first great American autobiography of his generation.
Honors received by Horowitz include the Guggenheim Fellowship and the Teach Freedom Award bestowed by former President Ronald Reagan.
The Board | Akron PFLAG, 21 Nov 2014 [cached]
Rabbi David M. Horowitz
Rabbi David M. Horowitz Member & National PFLAG President
David M Horowitz is the rabbi emeritus of Temple Israel, Akron, Ohio. He is a past president of PFLAG Akron and currently serves as the national president of PFLAG. He is married to Toby, they have two children, Wendy, a lesbian married to a transgender man, and Daniel.
Students for Academic Freedom Timeline - Actions Nationwide - News - Students For Academic Freedom [cached]
When David Horowitz founded Students for Academic Freedom in the Spring of 2003, it was because of the need he saw for an organization to stand up for the rights of students to get a professional education and be free from political harassment in university classrooms. In the ensuing three years, we have launched an historic campaign for academic freedom involving over 150 campuses and thousands of students across the nation. With the adoption of the first student bill of rights in the nation by the trustees of Temple University, it is time to provide a summary chronicle of major events and achievements since our founding.
September 2002: On September 3, David Horowitz announces Campaign for Fairness and Inclusion in Higher Education with the slogan "You can't get a good education if they're only telling you half the story. Horowitz calls for inquiries into political bias in the hiring of faculty and the appointment of commencement speakers.
David Horowitz speaks on academic freedom at the University of Missouri-Columbia where biology professor Miriam Golomb offers her students extra credit to attend and protest his speech.
Horowitz is forced to set the record straight.
Horowitz responds.
The Georgia State Senate Education Committee unanimously votes for the Academic Bill of Rights on March 9 after David Horowitz and local students testify at hearings. n March 23, the fullGeorgia State Senate votes 41-5 in favor of the Academic Bill of Rights.
David Horowitz visits Brandeis but is told by administrators that the location of his speech will have to be moved from an open-air atrium because passing students might be "offended.
An article by Mano Singham in the Cleveland Plain Dealer kicks off a media furor questioning whether Horowitz made up the story of a University of Northern Colorado student who claimed that her final exam in a criminology course asked her to "explain why George Bush is a war criminal.
Horowitz is vindicated in Colorado exam caper.
The resolution was based upon David Horowitz's Academic Bill of Rights.
SAF Chairman David Horowitz testifies on January 10 before an historic hearing held at Temple University in Philadelphia by the select committee of the Pennsylvania Legislature charged with reviewing the state of academic freedom on Pennsylvania's public college and university campuses.
A coalition of radical professors, students, and organizations launch a smear campaign to discredit David Horowitz's newly-released book, The Professors, which documents the politicization of the academy and neglect of scholarly standards in favor of political ones.
Members of the New York State Assembly tossed their hats into the ring of the academic freedom movement on February 28 when they introduced a bill that would establish an academic bill of rights for students in state-funded colleges and universities.
March 2006:
On March 7, David Horowitz speaks to a crowd of over 500 students at Duke University. Duke's Director of Undergraduate Studies Diane Nelson, who is also a tenured associate professor of Cultural Anthropology, attempted to disrupt Horowitz's speech by attempting to convince 20 students - male and female - into stripping during the middle of Horowitz's speech.
David Horowitz testifies on March 15 before the appropriations committee of the Kansas State Legislature on the need to enact an Academic Bill of Rights to protect the academic freedom of students in the state's public colleges and universities.
The K-12 press conference includes the presentation of the "Sean Allen Award" by David Horowitz to Colorado high school student Sean Allen whose recording of an illiterate political rant by his geography teacher, Jay Bennish, created a national furor over classroom indoctrination.
David Horowitz trounces University of Colorado-Boulder Professor Ward Churchill in an April 6 debate on the topic "Can Politics Be Taken Out Of The Classroom, and Should It Be?
When David Horowitz speaks at the University of Chicago on May 9, the university creates a "safe zone" outside of the room where he is speaking in case listeners need to "cool off. Chicago's SAF President criticizes the arrangement noting that "When Cornell West, or the Chinese ambassador, or other controversial speakers have spoken here, the University offered no safe zone."
A panel of five professors concludes on May 16 that the former chairman of Colorado University's Ethnic Studies Department and current full professor in that department, Ward Churchill, "committed several forms of academic misconduct" including "Falsification," "Fabrication," "Plagiarism," and "Serious deviation from accepted practices in reporting results from research," further proving the thesis of David Horowitz's The Professors that universities regularly allow professors' political views to influence hiring and promotion.
Students for Academic Freedom and Frontpage Magazine publish a rebuttal to an attack made on David Horowitz's book The Professors by a radical coalition of academics calling themselves by the misnomer "Free Exchange on Campus."
SAF publishes the first in a series of reports authored by David Horowitz and titled Indoctrination U. which reveal how the curricula of America's universities has been corrupted and transformed by tenured radicals into programs of ideological indoctrination.
In a planned attack at Ball State University on November 8, a student protestor hurls a cream pie at Students for Academic Freedom Chairman David Horowitz in an effort to disrupt his forthcoming speech on the campus. The pie misses Horowitz, instead striking Ball State Public Safety Director Gene Burton, who stepped forward to intercept the attack.
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