Bombshell Investigative Book E...

Feb 23, 2021 by

A forthcoming book by Breitbart News Network Editor-in-Chief Alex Marlow exposes the breathtaking corruption and unfathomable...

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What the Editors Are Reading: ...

Feb 16, 2021 by

What explains the differences in class cultures in various neighborhoods? By Alexander Riley From the vantage point of a...

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An Interview with RV Brown: St...

Feb 15, 2021 by

Michael F. Shaughnessy RV, you have just written a great book called ” Step up to The Plate Dad !” but before we get to...

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Books in Brief: The Crusader S...

Feb 2, 2021 by

A review of the medieval military history “Crusader Strategy” by Steve Tibble. By Timothy D. Lusch The Crusader Strategy:...

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As birth rates fall, animals p...

Jan 31, 2021 by

Human populations are set to decline in countries from Asia to Europe – and an unusual form of rewilding is taking place For many...

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‘Exploring White Fragility’: L...

Jan 29, 2021 by

“It’s definitely not sensitivity and it’s definitely not diversity. There used to be sensitivity and diversity years ago, and this is...

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Why do books have prices print...

Jan 25, 2021 by

This is just one of the stories from our “I’ve Always Wondered” series, where we tackle all of your questions about the world of...

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A Book to Hoard Before It Gets...

Jan 24, 2021 by

John Greenville reviews “The Rise of the West: A History of the Human Community” (1963) William McNeill By John...

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Free Speech Under ‘Assau...

Jan 18, 2021 by

Famed conservative thinker and author David Horowitz is warning that Democrats are trying to “criminalize” the First Amendment rights...

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Melville’s Rejection of Utopia...

Jan 10, 2021 by

That Herman Melville became a writer in the first place—and later the author of the Great American Novel, as some people think of...

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Confederate Christmas

Dec 27, 2020 by

Editor’s note: The following is extracted from The Southern Christmas Book, by Harnett T. Kane (published 1958). For four harsh years...

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What the Editors Are Reading: ...

Dec 1, 2020 by

By Jack Trotter First published in 1936 as the nation was still reeling from the Great Depression, Who Owns America? A New...

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Black Fragility?

Nov 30, 2020 by

A bestselling book offers a prescription for race relations that casts whites as sinners and blacks as children. In the aftermath of...

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Journalist Says Mainstream Med...

Nov 25, 2020 by

The traditional media has sacrificed fact-based reporting in favor of promoting its own social and political agenda, says Sharyl...

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Unifying the Country Starts wi...

Nov 5, 2020 by

Jenna A. Robinson Education reformer E.D. Hirsch may have discovered the cure for our current political divisions—but it won’t be...

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AWARD-WINNING CHILDREN’S AUTHO...

Nov 4, 2020 by

Mystery of the White Knightby Don M. WinnIllustrated by Dave Allred AWARD-WINNING CHILDREN’S AUTHOR DON M. WINN OFFERS LIMITED TIME...

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A Wolf at the Schoolhouse Door

Oct 30, 2020 by

The hosts of your favorite education podcast have written a book! A Wolf at the Schoolhouse Door will be out on November 17 and is...

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Capitalism Always Buries Its U...

Oct 25, 2020 by

As Francesco Boldizzoni details, reports of capitalism’s demise have, time and again, been greatly exaggerated. In 2017, the Museum...

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A Climate Miracle to help Pres...

Oct 23, 2020 by

by Ed Berry, PhD, Physics Political campaigns are like V8 engines. There are about 8 key issues in every election. The 8th cylinder...

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An Interview with Louis Markos...

Oct 21, 2020 by

Michael F. Shaughnessy Professor Markos, you have just finished yet another book about myths and mythology- first what got you...

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