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The Best Halloween Books To Read

September 21, 2017

As we approach the Halloween season I think it’s the right time to look at some of the best holiday reading as we sometimes forget that there are also great books and stories to go with all those classic horror films.  As such, for the person who wants to experience Halloween as more than just… Read More ›

Three books to Read To Understand the Trump Years

  The next few years are seemingly uncharted territory.  Never before has the Oval Office been inhabited by someone who is racist, functionally mentally retarded, morally degenerate, and actively and intentionally working against the best interest of the US all at once.  Sure, we’ve had three of the four but Andrew Jackson and Jimmy Carter… Read More ›

Denial: Important history, mediocre movie

Sometimes there are stories in history that must be told and work very, very well on camera.  Schindler’s List, The King’s Speech, John Adams.  Arguably they’re not always perfectly historically accurate, but they are good enough to tell the core of the truth but still be a good work of cinema.  Sometimes good history makes… Read More ›

Books for Conservatives: Agenda 21 Into the Shadows

The sequel to the praised and hailed Agenda 21 by Harriet Parke and Glenn Beck comes just where the previous story left off and expands the world of oppression and tyranny.

Lena Dunham, A Truly Disturbed Individual

About a year ago I wrote a piece about how stupid it was that a 6 year old boy was suspended after complaints about “sexual harassment” because he kissed the hand of a little girl he liked in his class. I still contend that this was ridiculous and that the little boy’s action (whether wanted or unwanted)… Read More ›

Chick Lit You Can Love

“Finding Mr. Righteous” is not a book about politics. It’s a memoir by Lisa De Pasquale about her search for ‘the one’ and ultimately an examination of how her faith changed and developed along the way. All of this is done with a fantastic sense of humor and awareness that leaves the reader conscious that… Read More ›

A good book for all anti-communists

I recently finished reading the meticulously researched Stalin’s Curse by Robert Gellately, a Florida State history professor and author of three other books, mostly dealing with Hitler. It’s not the only book out there about Stalin’s totalitarian regimes, but it’s still a source worth looking into for a couple of reasons. I was drawn to… Read More ›

Books for Conservatives: Ella Minnow Pea by Mark Dunn

As we continue going over books that conservatives should read either to better understand their own beliefs or to give to friends to help them understand conservatism we come to one of my favorites Ella Minnow Pea by Mark Dunn.   Ella Minnow Pea takes place on a strange and fictitious island of Nollop that… Read More ›

Books for Conservatives: The Sword of Truth–Wizard’s First Rule

  So I thought it might be best to switch to some popular fiction for a little while. After all, conservatives already keep up with current events better than liberals so while this title or that might have been missed, in terms of non-fiction, conservatives (at least in my experience) seem to be more well-read… Read More ›

Books for Conservatives: Red Storm Rising by Tom Clancy

  Red Storm Rising by Tom Clancy is a book that just a few years ago would be thought very dated. Unlike Clancy’s more recognizable Jack Ryan books where you can ignore the dated references to the Cold War and Soviet Russia because you’re focusing on the adventures of our favorite CIA analyst turned President… Read More ›

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