Michael A. Hoffman
An Irishman gets sent to prison for chopping up his TV in front of a Holocaust memorial for "reckless and offensive behavior."
Michael Hoffman comments on the biased movie Denial depicting David Irving's legendary court case against Deborah Lipstadt over libeling him as a Holocaust denier. She never took the stand.
Ernst Zündel died of heart failure on August 5 at his ancestral home in the Black Forest region of southwestern Germany. He was 78. Here is Michael A. Hoffman’s eulogy.
This is an excerpt from the ninth episode of Weekend Warrior, a live show exclusive for Red Ice Members. Michael Hoffman comments on the biased movie Denial depicting David Irving's legendary court case against Deborah Lipstadt over holocaust truth.
In the wake of our article on “Books Banned by Banned Books Week”—concerning “Holocaust denial” volumes policed out of the banned category—we received an e-mail from James LaRue, director of the American Library Association’s Office for Intellectual Freedom, which administers Banned Books Week.
Eulogy by Michael A. Hoffman: French Professor Robert Faurisson died of heart failure at his longtime home in Vichy, France on October 21. His life was like something out of Alfred Jarry by way of André Breton, a surreal circus in which clowns and stage magicians, barkers, burlesquers and fire-eaters, incessantly circled and mobbed the one sane person under the Big Top.
Twilight Language An Introduction To Michael Hoffman's Book.