The Washington Times - October 25, 2007, 12:30AM
UPDATE 5:30 p.m.: Liveblogging from GWU. SEE RELATED:

speech at Emory University was shut down Incorrect U. has an update comes to George Washington University staged Oct. 8 Horowitz describes
I hardly got through fiteen minutes of my scheduled talk before members of the audience who come to protest rather than to listen became so unruly that it was impossible to go on. …\ \ After the event became a shambles, I went over to the local Starbucks to indulge in a tall Orange Mocha. While I was sitting there the president of the Muslim Students Association came over and introduced herself, and shared her regrets at what had happened. I thanked her for that and told her I would like to continue conversation another time.
Orange Mocha? Caramel Frappuccino
The left merely inflicted a defeat on itself, since civil America, both left and right, will be appalled at the spectacle. …\ Universities like Emory are paying the price of not taking care of the important task of establishing a campus decorum appropriate to civilized discussion.
her latest column
The only thing that makes the cut-and-run crowd mad enough to fight is the idea that someone, somewhere might be criticizing radical Islam.\ \ Consequently, the speakers for Islamo-Fascism Awareness Week require the sort of security phalanx one would expect for someone more like Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
GWU’s Marvin Center — Robert Stacy McCain, assistant national editor, The Washington Times PREVIOUSLY: Oct. 25: Horowitz stirs GW uproar Oct. 24: Santorum on Islamo-Fascism Oct. 23: ‘Awareness’ attackers and defenders Oct. 22: Slamming ‘Islamo-Fascism Awareness’ Oct. 18: ‘Fight fire with fire’ Oct. 11: YAF to GWU: Expel them PDQ! Oct. 10: Expulsion demanded in GW poster hoax