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Started by Paul Jurkonis. Last reply by Larry Killion Jan 18, 2012. 4 Replies

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Comment by Gerald Barnes on April 30, 2014 at 3:39pm

My book is called Unde Venisti. It's an historical fiction taking place in recent times with consequential and interesting people, covering the spectrum of history, philosophy and theology in a nation hell-bent on forfeiting its birthright of freedom.  Inspiration for this novel came from Quo Vadis.  You will  be pleasantly surprised and well entertained.  Please take a look at it on Amazon.  Thank you.

Comment by Kassandra on July 18, 2012 at 10:36pm

MUST READ!  I loved it- clear and simple!In The Golden Rules of Economics: The Real Way Out of America's Economic Crisis, Peter M. Vessenes breaks down the confusion around how the economy works in everyone's day-to-day life. From the REAL definition of Capitalism, and why it is instinctive in every one of us, to how the American Revolution was a war caused by the colonists being cheated out of their money by Great Britain in the world marketplace, Peter clearly explains the economic struggle that birthed the greatest nation the world has ever seen.

The book takes you through The Golden Rules as they apply to Capitalism, Washington Cronyism, Progressives, Bureaucrats, Politicians, Government Power, Federal Budgets, Banking, and ultimately, all of us as people. How these rules have been broken, how we allowed them to be broken, and most importantly, what we must do to save ourselves from certain economic collapse, are shared in a way that does not require a Masters Degree in Economics to understand.

The Golden Rules of Economics: The Real Way Out of America's Economic Crisis, explains the forces that have twisted the real purpose and destiny of the United States of America away from the rights of all mankind towards the oppressions of feudal society, ruling class cultures, and totalitarian regimes. This promises to be a book that can reshape the economic future of this generation, and the rest of the world...

Comment by Nathan on July 19, 2011 at 9:32pm

Ratification: The People Debate the Constitution, 1787-1788

by Pauline Maier

 

Comment by Dennis on July 19, 2011 at 2:54am
Just finished "Why Businessmen Need Philosophy" (Editors Debi Ghate and Richard E Ralston) which had some great articles dealing with principles, moderation, and compromise, and now I am starting "Antislavery Political Writings,1833-1860" (edited by C. Bradley Thompson).
Comment by Valerie on July 18, 2011 at 7:49am

Kay,

That book would give me nightmares!

Comment by Kay Sowdon on July 15, 2011 at 8:34pm

I am currently reading a novel called PRESIDENTIAL DIARY by Lewis Shupe.  It was sent to me by the author.  A very interesting read of a conservative United States President elected in 2020 after the progressives had hold for twelve years.  His diary takes you through his very interesting plan to unravel the mess the country was left in. 

Comment by Valerie on July 8, 2011 at 12:52pm
I'm currently reading DEMONIC, by Ann Coulter.  OMG!  She has pegged the liberals so perfectly!  A must read!
Comment by Andrew Asnip on September 17, 2010 at 2:29pm
I had a friend in the diplomatic service of a European country tell me the following:
"The American press told us that Bush was a bumbling fool. We found him charming and very intelligent. Then the American press told us that Obama was brilliant and humble. We found him to be arrogant and foolish. Small wonder that Europeans rarely pay attention to the American press."
Comment by David Hale on September 17, 2010 at 1:32pm
Got an advanced copy of Courage and Consequence-Karl Rove. So far it is excellent and very informative. Apparently W was not the maniacal idiot that we all were told he was by the media. Who would have thought? Well, a Texan like me I guess! Also reading The Reagan Diaries which is absolutely the most fascinating book ever. So interesting to read about the day to day life of my hero written in his won words. Not only was President Reagan a great American and the best President in modern history, but he was a genuinely decent and nice man.
Comment by American Infidel on August 31, 2010 at 1:19pm
Just finished "Muslim Mafia" by P. David Gaubatz, former agent in the Air Force Office of Special Investigations, and Paul Sperry, author of Infiltration. True story of how Gaubatz sucessfully infiltrated CAIR, the "Council of American-Islamic Relations", which is actually a front group for the terrorist group Hamas. Reads like a spy thriller, but is an amazing true story. Gaubatz successfully smuggled out literally reams of insider documents (documents that his employers at CAIR thought he had shredded) that prove the Islamists have a plan to take over this country, and so far, it is working. Highly recommended!
 

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