On the other side of the coin, however, was a very active, very visible College Republicans club, and no College Democrats club at all. The campus newspaper had four columnists each semester. Most of the columnists wrote about a variety of issues, but every semester there was one columnist who wrote near-exclusively about politics, and he was always a conservative. It wasn't always the same person, but there was always a conservative voice prominently positioned in the student newspaper, who single-handedly provided almost all of the paper's political commentary. In fact, I knew one of the holders of that position. We had some classes together, including that political science class with the Communist.
So, even if Horowitz is correct, and my experience with his journalism leads me to suspect otherwise, my response is: so what?