“It is unacceptable that we have textbooks in our schools that spread doubt about the human causes and urgency of the crisis,” Lincoln High School student Gaby Lemieux said during board testimony Tuesday.”
I first, ahem, encountered these books just after BarryO’s immacculation, and Limbaugh’s famous words “I hope he fails”. There are now 30 in the series, and yes, I have collected the complete set and read almost all of them. Running about 40-50 pages each, they are intended to be a quick, fact-filled study on a […]
I read all three of these in record time. Two this past weekend. And while there are some curious stabs at environmentalism, and the can’t we all just get along meme, the most power full themes are the terror of absolute tyranny and the fact that we are all damaged goods. I highly recommend them. […]
Investigative reporter Erick Stakelbeck, host of the network program “Stakelbeck on Terror,” has written a book everyone needs to pay attention to. It’s called “The Terrorist Next Door, ‘How the government is deceiving you about the Islamist threat.”
David Freddoso is a political reporter for The Washington Examiner and the author of the New York Times bestseller The Case Against Barack Obama; Previously he covered Capitol Hill for National Review Online and was a reporter for Human Events and the Evans-Novak Political Report. A graduate of Notre Dame and the Columbia School of Journalism, he lives with his family in Washington, D.C.
Gangsta Govt: The FCC making its own rules, even though the Law doesn’t give it to them, the courts have said no, the Congress has said no, but the FCC continues The EPA changes the Law on its own (the "Tailoring Rule" for emissions), and helping to implement Cap N Trade via regulation even as […]
The Bedford Public School system is back in the news again. Another book has popped up in the curriculum that is questioning the standards of the towns (cough-cough) educational experts. This time is it ‘Water For Elephants.”
I always jot down mini-reviews of books when I finish them. Don’t know how many I have. Only got into the habit in the 1980’s or ’90’s. None of the real important ones are there—Atlas Shrugged, Economics in One Lesson, Power and Market, The Moon Is a Harsh Mistress, Zen and the Art of Motorcycle […]
I managed to cram all 590 pages of Stieg Larsson’s book ‘The girl with the dragon tattoo’ into my reading diet and let me say this; if you can get past the first 190 pages the next 400 are worth the time. I enjoyed the bulk of the book immensely, despite the fact that I was trapped in “the reading room” and that it was written by a now dead Marxist.
Matthew Spalding from the Heritage Foundation is an expert on the Founding Fathers, the Constitution, Political Institutions, Political History and Citizenship and it is evident on every page of his book, ‘We Still Hold These Truths.’ This thing is crack for liberty lovers, and if you don’t already own a copy order one now, or stop […]
Notice in accordance with Title 17 U.S.C., Section 107, some material on this web site is provided without permission from the copyright owner, only for purposes of criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship and research under the "Fair Use" provisions of Federal copyright laws. These materials may not be distributed further, except for "Fair Use" non-profit educational purposes, without permission of the copyright owner.