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  • "I think the state will tell you they were not after bookstores, they were not after retailers. But that's not the law they wrote," said David Horowitz, executive director of Media Coalition, a First Amendment advocacy organization.

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  • "Now, as president-elect he has just formed the most conservative foreign-policy team since John F. Kennedy, one well to the right of Bill Clinton," Mr. Horowitz said in 2009, in scolding other neoconservatives for questioning Mr. Obama's will to pursue regime change. "Where is your gratitude for that?"

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