HOROWITZ: You have no respect for disagreement, like all totalitarians --
RECTENWALD: I'm sorry, you're the one that wants to get rid of difference...
HOROWITZ: This man is a communist. He is a pro-terrorist, and he is a menace.
RECTENWALD: We need to protect unpopularity. That's what we need to protect in this country.
BREWER: All right. OK, here's what we're not going to do, is to call guests names on the air.
RECTENWALD: Thank you very much.
BREWER: That's not going to happen.
HOROWITZ: Yeah, all right, he called me a right-winger!
(NOTE: At no point in the interview did Rectenwald or anyone call the blatantly right-wing Horowitz, who has written several books complaining about how right-wingers like himself are excluded voices on campus, a right-winger. But hey, IF THEY HAD, calling a self-identified right-wing conservative a right-winger is certainly as bad as calling someone a totalitarian communist pro-terrorist menace, right?)