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Thomas was convinced that socialism was America's only hope for economic and political justice, but he was equally convinced that violent class warfare was immoral and intolerable.

"Thomas ran for president of the U.S. six times as the Socialist Party candidatehe repeatedly spoke out against the advocacy of violence with the Communist Party, believing that socialism should overtake capitalism through none other than legitimate democratic means. He tirelessly advocated economic programs that would eventually become an integral part of American life: social security, unemployment insurance, minimum wage laws, a ban on child labor, workers' compensation, and anti-discrimination laws." - Midwest Book Review


Note that the Obama administration has brought Communist sympathizers and radicals into his administration, at least one even excited about Chavez using intimidation and violence to remove capitalists. Castro has even been iconized by a few Obama supporters in the Democrat Party in Washington, yet after three decades of running Cuba the country has problems getting enough toilet paper.

While Thomas lived in an America when the Kennedy's and Rockerfella's were making huge amounts of money off everyday Americans, Rockefeller then trying to condition Americans through its public school system to teach Americans to obey, Thomas was against forcing socialism down the people's throat.

Now Senator Rockefeller in 2009 wants the Obama administration to be able to take control of the Internet in what it would define as an emergency. Obama seems to be heading in the opposite direction Thomas would have recommended, with Obama's Czars and Civilian National Work Force. Even Congresswoman Michelle Bachmann called Obama's administration Gangster Government. According to Thomas' ideology, Thomas would have fought this take over of Constitutional freedoms. - Webmaster



Culture of Corruption: Obama and His Team of Tax Cheats, Crooks, and Cronies

Signature in the Cell: DNA and the Evidence for Intelligent Design


One Second After

Shut Up, America!: The End of Free Speech

Green Hell: How Environmentalists Plan to Ruin Your Life and What You Can Do to Stop Them

Teresa Heinz Kerry's Radical Gifts

Liberty and Tyranny: A Conservative Manifesto

From Crayons to Condoms: The Ugly Truth About America's Public Schools

One-Party Classroom: How Radical Professors at America's Top Colleges Indoctrinate Students and Undermine Our Democracy

Blind Spot: When Journalists Don't Get Religion

United in Hate: The Left's Romance with Tyranny and Terror

Liberty and Tyranny: A Conservative Manifesto

The Death Of Free Speech: How Our Broken National Dialogue Has Killed The Truth And Divided America


The Change Manifesto: Join the Block by Block Movement to Remake America

You Can Lead an Atheist to Evidence, But You Can't Make Him Think

The Element: How Finding Your Passion Changes Everything

The First Hundred Years, A forecast for the 21st Century - (An Overview)

Where Have All the Leaders Gone?

A Slobbering Love Affair


The Criminalization of Christianity

Shooting Back: The Right and Duty of Self-Defence



"Red Hot Lies: How Global Warming Alarmists Use Threats, Fraud, and Deception to Keep You Misinformed."

"Born Liberal, Raised Right."

"The Liberal Mind."

"Defeating the Totalitarian Lie: A Former Hitler Youth Warns America."

"Who Killed the Constitution?"

"They Must Be Stopped: Why We Must Defeat Radical Islam and How We Can Do It."


"Solzhenitsyn said that in the West, the pursuit of happiness though self-gratification and materialism has replaced moral character development." . . . read more


What Muslims, multiculturalists, and the media hope you never find out about Islam. In this fascinating book, Thomas F. Madden places the crusades within the medieval social, economic, religious, and intellectual environments that gave birth to the movement and nurtured it for centuries. But fear not! Professor Thomas Woods has written the perfect antidote.This delightful inviting and sometimes humorous book is factually sound and shatters the myths and lies about American history courses taught in today's public schools and universities. If the globe is warming, is mankind responsible, or is the sun?" Such a statement does not appear out of place in Bethell's entertaining account of how modern science is politically motivated and in desperate need of oversight.
Read about why Kennedy family pays almost nothing on their trust funds and you pay so much. As a result of the work of the American Civil Liberties Union and their war on America, we now live in a country where the church has been progressively silenced, parental authority has been undermined, children are less safe, and human life continues to be cheapened-both at birth and death. While the ACLU and its allies in the media have positioned themselves as the great defenders of freedom, they are in reality eliminating the freedoms of millions of Americans. 19-year old Scout, Hans Zeiger, is ready to let the world know the truth about scouting and the truth behind the evil that wishes to destroy it. A View of Genesis From the Rumble Seat of a Two-Humped Camel.
The events of each of the six days of Creation are discussed from the viewpoint of undisputed science of many disciplines including particle physics, chemistry, biology, genetics,molceular biology, biochemistry and astronomy. Congressman J. D. Hayworth exposes the ongoing battle where terrorists seek ways to exploit our porous borders and attack our homeland as well as the hypocrisy, greed, and political correctness that could literally destroy our nation.  Reliability of the Old Testament provides a step-by-step review of the evidence for biblical history in its Near Eastern context by a leading authority equally at home in Egyptology as in the archaeology, history, and literature of ancient Western Asia. Flag, faith and family; free markets and free trade; limited government, local control and individual responsibility are the ideals championed by Heritage Foundation president Feulner and Townhall.com chairman Wilson in this conservative manifesto on what's wrong with America and how we can fix it.
Marvin Olasky tells the truth about about non-Christian religions -- and the danger of believing that all religions hold different variations of the same tenets. No radical political movement has been more effective in undermining our system of government than the judiciary. And we, the people, need not stand for it. She's the author of three New York Times bestsellers: Slander, Treason, and High Crimes and Misdemeanors.  Michael Savage's powerful, unmatched mix of razor-sharp wit and explosive socio-political commentary have made him one of America's most popular radio talk show hosts and a bestselling author.
Former poet laureate of the United States and a two-time Pulitzer Prize winner, Wilbur is what the modernists snootily dismiss as a "formalist" or "classicist" -- which is to say, he works with rhyme, metre, stanza, and other traditional tools without which, as Robert Frost once said, writing poetry is "like playing tennis without a net."  Hypocrisy at Harvard: how America's most prestigious law school is waging war against free speech (by non-liberals) Veteran CBS reporter breaks ranks - and names names - to expose how liberal bias "pervades" the mainstream media. This book shows through these absurdities that today's atmosphere of censorship and multiculturalism is paving the way for serious threats to our cultural identity and national security: "It's one thing for the forces of political correctness to muzzle our day-to-day lives here at home in the US, quite another when that same cancer metastasizes into the war on terror."
Review: "For quite some time, Americans have gotten bits and pieces of atrocities that are occurring in our classrooms, but few people have realized the depth of the problem. Ward Churchill unwittingly did the country he despises so vehemently, a great service when his views came into the public focus. David Horowitz has delved deeper into the malignancy of academia with his book, THE PROFESSORS: THE 101 MOST DANGEROUS ACADEMICS IN AMERICA, where he seeks to further bring to light, the malice towards America that permeates through the classrooms of many, not all, of our universities and is even trickling down into our high schools." “Jon Meacham has given us an insightful and eloquent account of the spiritual foundation of the early days of the American republic. It is especially instructive reading at a time when the nation is at once engaged in and deeply divided on the question of religion and its place in public life.”–Tom Brokaw, author of The Greatest Generation. Read about the freefall of educational standards at today's  universities, more interested in controling student thought than encouraging it. America's labor unions pour money into the Democratic Party in pursuit of a "socialist," big government political agenda and have abandoned their mission of collective bargaining, contend Fox pundit Chavez (An Unlikely Conservative) and Gray, a consultant for Stop Union Political Abuse.
Now, The Politically Incorrect Guide to Women, Sex, and Feminism exposes the most common and destructive of the feminism myths and takes on taboo areas of research not discussed in the politically correct world of academia and popular culture. Taking on such sacred cows as the FDA, feminists, and scaremongering environmental activists, he shows how the problems that government tries and fails to fix can be solved better by the extraordinary power of the free market. What does it mean to be tolerant? Traditionally, it has meant to abide what is objectionable or wrong. But in today's politically-correct usage, it means to approve -- even celebrate -- what has hitherto been disapproved. Now, in The Truth About Tolerance: Pluralism, Diversity and the Culture Wars, Brad Stetson and Joseph Conti show how this willful redefinition of tolerance chillingly stigmatizes as "intolerant" points of view that diverge from today's dominant ideology: secular liberalism. Who won the Cold War? Though it seems absurd even to ask the question, many liberals are now attempting to rewrite history by claiming that they were no less opposed to Communism than conservatives -- and even more instrumental in defeating it. But in Useful Idiots, conservative commentator Mona Charen gives the lie to such nonsense -- and shows how countless liberals in politics, the media and academia who served as unwitting dupes, or willing defenders, of murderous Communist regimes.
In his new book, Liberalism Is a Mental Disorder, he lays it on the line: "You will not have a nation," he says, "unless you awaken to the reality that America has become pacified; America has become feminized; and America is being compromised from without and within. You cannot let them get away with this.  It never used to be this way: so many kids today are troubled. Huge numbers are diagnosed with learning disabilities or behavioral problems. Childhood obesity is epidemic. Teenagers are contracting herpes and other sexually transmitted diseases at unprecedented rates. In Home-Alone America, scholar Mary Eberstadt explains why, offering an answer that's too politically incorrect to say out loud -- but factually irrefutable.  Now, in Abuse of Power: How the Government Misuses Eminent Domain, Steven Greenhut exposes this fast-spreading scandal, revealing how rich developers and big corporations link arms with local government officials to steal property from small business owners, elderly widows, churches, and just plain old hard-working property owners. Animal by animal and cage by cage, Savage brandishes his irreverent wit to keep these beasts in check. Serving as resident biologist and zookeeper, Dr. Savage asks that you watch your step when approaching the widemouth copperhead Ted Turner (also known as Mouthus desouthus), do not feed the ego of stuffed turkey Alec Baldwin (Notalentus anti-americanus), and please keep your children with you at all times around wolf boy Bill Clinton (Fondlem undgropeum.)
Today's problem, Steele forcefully argues, is not black oppression, but white guilt, a loose term that encompasses both an attempt by whites to regain the moral authority they lost after the Civil Rights Movement, and black contempt toward "Uncle Tom" complicity with white hegemony, resulting in a shirking of personal accountability. Parker discusses "sexual pandemonium," the dissolution of the traditional family and the concepts of the insanity plea and hate crime (not the existence of the crimes, but the existence of the concept) in an effort to discover "why so many obvious areas of moral breakdown exist throughout the country."  Nir Rosen has been hailed by The New York Review of Books as the reporter who managed to get inside Fallujah "at a time when it was a death trap for Western reporters," and as one of the few Western reporters able to report the truth from Iraq. Still in his twenties, a freelancer who has written for The New York Times Magazine, The Atlantic Monthly, and Harper's Magazine, Rosen speaks Iraqi-accented Arabic and has managed to report from some of the country's most dangerous locales. Sasson's candid, straightforward account of Mayada's time among the 17 "shadow women" crammed into Cell 52 gives readers a glimpse of the cruelty and hardship endured by generations of Iraqis. Mayada stares down this ugliness as soon as she's yanked from her meticulously run shop into the prison's interrogation room: "She saw chairs with bindings, tables stacked high with various instruments of torture.... But the most frightening pieces of... equipment were the various hooks that dangled from the ceiling. When Mayada glanced to the floor beneath those hooks, she saw splashes of fresh blood, which she supposed were left over from the torture sessions she had heard during the night." Sasson's graceful handling of such stomach-turning material, including an overview of Iraq's political and social turmoil, is a tribute to her friend, who escaped to Jordan with her children soon after her release from prison.
Grade 9 Up – As this heartbreaking story opens, 13-year-old Lakshmi lives an ordinary life in Nepal, going to school and thinking of the boy she is to marry. Then her gambling-addicted stepfather sells her into prostitution in India. Refusing to be with men, she is beaten and starved until she gives in. Written in free verse, the girls first-person narration is horrifying and difficult to read. Darwish became increasingly appalled by the anger and hatred in her culture, and in 1978 she emigrated to America. Since 9/11 she has been lecturing and writing on behalf of moderate Arabs and Arab-Americans. Extremists have denounced her as an infidel and threatened her life.   In this fascinating book, she speaks out against the dark side of her native culture—women abused by Islamic traditions; the poor and uneducated mistreated by the elites; bribery and corruption as a way of life.  Her former friends and neighbors blamed all the their troubles on Jews and Americans, but Darwish rejects their bigotry and calls for the Arab world to make peace with the West.  “Brigitte Gabriel eloquently reminds America what is truly at stake in this struggle against terrorism: our families, our way of life, and our hopes. Ms. Gabriel's personal account of her own experience is riveting, compelling and spellbinding. This is a must read for the entire American public . . . This book contains monumental revelations that will shock and disturb you. But it is also a story of an indomitable spirit--Brigitte's-- that will move you.” What a great book! This book got better with each chapter. The reality of being a female in Iran, in the not too distant past, is staggering. Young Ghazal dodged many bullets and had a hard time keeping her mouth shut which added a little spice to the story.
Few of us realize, among other things, that the widely revered father of the "sexual revolution" has been irrefutably exposed as a full-fledged sexual psychopath who encouraged pedophilia. Or that giant corporations voraciously competing for America's $150 billion teen market routinely infiltrate young people's social groups to find out how better to lead children into ever more debauched forms of "authentic self-expression."  ABC News correspondent Stossel mines his 20/20 segments for often engaging, frequently tendentious challenges to conventional wisdom, presenting a series of "myths" and then deploying an investigative journalism shovel to unearth "truth." This results in snappy debunkings of alarmism, witch-hunts, satanic ritual abuse prosecutions and marketing hokum like the irradiated-foods panic, homeopathic medicine and the notion that bottled water beats tap. GODLESS is the most explosive book yet from #1 New York Times bestselling author Ann Coulter. In this completely original and thoroughly controversial work, Coulter writes, “Liberals love to boast that they are not ‘religious,’ which is what one would expect to hear from the state-sanctioned religion. Of course liberalism is a religion. It has its own cosmology, its own miracles, its own beliefs in the supernatural, its own churches, its own high priests, its own saints, its own total worldview, and its own explanation of the existence of the universe. The roots of Islamic terrorism and violence in the Koran and in Mohammad's career of bloody conquest .
Ramesh Ponnuru, senior editor at National Review, is a graduate of Princeton University and has covered politics as a reporter for more than a dozen years. His journalism has appeared in the Wall Street Journal, Newsday, the Washington Times, the Weekly Standard, and Financial Times. He is also a frequent guest on television and radio political programs.  A hilarious proof of the utter hypocrisy of Democrats who fashion themselves as role models of tolerance and civility.  From bribery, kickbacks, and sex scandals to espionage, terrorism, and rape, what was once the "Party of the People" has become a party with an appallingly long rap sheet. And this hard-hitting, sad-but-funny expose of the crimes of the Democratic Party finally puts all their misdeeds into perspective. Thoroughly researched, using outrageous anecdotes and intimate details, Donkey Cons shows that the serial corruption of the Clinton presidency wasn't an anomaly but a developing, unnerving pattern in the modern Democratic ethos.  How liberals relentlessly employ a simple set of tools and methodologies over and over again and then discusses the resulting effects they have on our society.
What makes "Conservative Comebacks to Liberal Lies" so important is that it gives conservatives, right-leaning independents, and even disaffected Democrats the truth they need to counter common liberal claims. Issue by issue, the book offers clear and concise conservative responses and comebacks.  The United Nations was created after World War II to promote peace and international understanding. But over the years, and today more than ever, the U.N. has failed to achieve its original mission. It has failed to address the most dangerous threats facing the civilized world, refused to condemn terrorist acts, encouraged America's enemies, and supported some of the world's most oppressive governments, all while wasting billions of dollars.  “The election season, once again, brought up the myth that Americans are worse off because inequality of income has been increasing in the United States. Myths are harmless in literature. But if Democrats, like Rep. Nancy Pelosi, start using it as evidence for raising taxes when the new Congress reconvenes, there is potential for real damage to the economy and to our living standards. Cato Institute senior fellow Alan Reynolds' new volume Income and Wealth assembles facts to explain and understand this myth, using figures from the Statistical Abstract of the United States. Reynolds also provides a clear guide to the countless academic studies on the subject.”–New York Post  For me, it took a bit. My wife came to faith first. The thing that probably impacted me in every way -- mentally, physically, psychologically, spiritually -- was to watch my wife go through this experience. I'd already been with her for 10 years -- she was my best friend; she is my best friend. And for me to watch her really, genuinely, authentically and in a very humble way become transformed as a result of her experience with the Spirit of God -- which I thought was a bunch of baloney. It was this thing that over time I saw the change and I became curious-- it led to my conversion to faith as well.
Smith, a nationally recognized attorney, lays out an aggressive new battle plan to thwart the liberal assault on America by turning the courts into allies of the conservative movement. Be warned, Disrobed is not for the fainthearted. Smith implores conservatives: Toss out practically everything you think you know about courts, judges, and American law—because it’s naive, anachronistic, and self-defeating.  Who better to help spearhead this noble cause than Phil Kent, former president of Southeastern Legal Foundation and a new and rising crusader in the struggle against the corrupting and demoralizing influences of liberalism?  "Hillary Clinton described the conservative movement in America as a vast, right-wing conspiracy," Kent argues. "I prefer to call it a conspiracy of freedom."  In They Think You’re Stupid, Herman Cain offers an action plan to help the marginalized voter find a true voice in the political process, while at the same time offering political party leaders an avenue back to the heart of American democracy—the voters. Cain identifies a new voter phenomenon occurring across the nation. Newly registered voters, young African-Americans, unhappy Democrats, and uncommitted Republicans are refusing to identify strongly with either political party. Cain provides insightful analysis of the factors that have led to what he terms the "politically homeless." While Democrats are on the road to irrelevancy, Cain believes that Republicans have an opportunity to capture the loyalty of this growing segment of America.  The Liberal Mind reveals the madness of the modern liberal for what it is: a massive transference neurosis acted out in the world’s political arenas, with devastating effects on the institutions of liberty.
Michael Novak, the well-known conservative thinker and author of The Spirit of Democratic Capitalism, teams up with his daughter Jana to attempt to debunk the notions about Washington's religious views. Written at the specific request of Mount Vernon and with the assistance of their archives, this book is carefully researched. It is most persuasive when the Novaks show that despite his natural reserve, a depth of religious feeling ran through Washington's public and private speeches and correspondence, disproving the portrait of a tepid, perfunctory Anglicanism. In this stimulating and provocative study, Stark (The Rise of Christianity) demonstrates that elements within Christianity actually gave rise not only to visions of reason and progress but also to the evolution of capitalism. Actually, the two sides are no longer that far apart. In The Creator and the Cosmos, astrophysicist Hugh Ross explains how recent scientific measurements of the universe have clearly pointed to the existence of God. Whether you're looking for scientific support for your faith or new reasons to believe, The Creator and the Cosmos will enable you to see the creator for yourself. Hugh Ross agrees that God is greater than we can imagine, but he points out that advances in science have given us tools to help us expand our view of the Creator and His awesome capacities. In this scientific and devotional book, Hugh Ross explains how phenomena that seem impossible in the four-dimensional world become comprehensible when examined in the context of extra-dimensional reality.
Congress will use its constitutional powers to restrain the supremacist judges only if and when Congress hears from the voters. But the voters will make their voices loud and clear only after they develop the ability to talk to their Members of Congress about this issue, can answer the questions in this Report, and know how to demand specific legislation.  Could there be a time in the not-too-distant future when schoolchildren around the world will study about the rise and fall of the United States?   English historian Edward Gibbon, in penning his classic "The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire" (ironically published in the year America's Founding Fathers declared independence from Great Britain), theorized that Rome fell because it rotted from within. It succumbed to barbarian invasions because of a loss of civic virtue, its citizens became lazy and soft, hiring barbarian mercenaries to defend the empire because they were unwilling to defend it themselves. Congressman Tancredo thinks America is following in the tragic footsteps of Rome. Napolitano, New Jersey Superior Court Judge and analyst for Fox News, explains how the federal government has manipulated the Constitution to take power from the states and the people. Written for a general audience, Napolitano's book also includes a brief history of the founding of the United States, the Bill of Rights, the specific powers granted to Congress in the Constitution and an explanation of relevant legal precedents. Napolitano's nonpartisan apprehension toward a strong central government is clear as he takes issue with both Democratic and Republican legislative initiatives, including the Energy Policy and Conservation Act of 1992, the Patriot Act, attempted FCC regulation of HDTV sets and the retention of Yasser Hamdi and Jose Padilla. This text is simply remarkable. Noebel discusses the various religious/philosophical worldviews and how that involves the search for truth, and what Christian can do to defend their faith in light of these worldviews. (reviewer text.)
Famed as the most original strategist of our time, Ralph Peters builds on the critical and commercial success of previous books, such as Beyond Terror (0811700240) and New Glory (1595230114), to offer a stunningly fresh vision for our military, our country--and the world. Already an influential voice in Washington, Ralph Peters continues to build a national and international audience hungry for his no-nonsense insights, his integrity, and a style that, no matter the complexity of the issue, remains vivid and clear. Bennett, a secretary of education under President Reagan and author of The Book of Virtues, offers a new, improved history of America, one, he says, that will respark hope and a "conviction about American greatness and purpose" in readers. He believes current offerings do not "give Americans an opportunity to enjoy the story of their country, to take pleasure and pride in what we have done and become."  Pat Buchanan is sounding the alarm. Since 9/11, more than four million illegal immigrants have crossed our borders, and there are more coming every day. Our leaders in Washington lack the political will to uphold the rule of law. The Melting Pot is broken beyond repair, and the future of our nation is at stake. Republicans and conservatives would welcome a responsible opposition party to keep them sharp and to debate the crucial issues facing our country—but the Democrats aren’t it. In sobering detail, Bankrupt shows why, and highlights the dangers of what a Democratic resurgence could mean for America.
Rudy Giuliani emerged from the smoke of 9/11 as the unquestioned hero of the day: America's Mayor, the father figure we could all rely on to be tough, to be wise, to do the right thing. In that uncertain time, it was a comfort to know that he was on the scene and in control, making the best of a dire situation.  A re-creation of the inner workings of a government commission threatens to be a dry bureaucratic procedural, but the 9/11 Commission was so politically fraught that its story is compelling in its own right.  In this startling new book, New York Times bestselling author Robert Spencer, provides a warts-and-all portrait of the Prophet of Islam and draws out what his life implies for reforming Islam and repulsing Islamic terrorists. Spencer relies solely on primary sources considered reliable by Muslims and evaluates modern biographies to show how Muhammad has been changed for Western audiences, lulling them into consoling but false conclusions.  Wright, a New Yorker writer, brings exhaustive research and delightful prose to one of the best books yet on the history of terrorism.
Directly influenced by Francis Schaeffer, her time under his teaching in the Swiss Alps, and an ex-druggie, ninth-grade dropout friend, Andrée found that becoming a Christian was not a resignation to denial but the door to a garden of grace and peace.  After her husband's death, she seriously examined her faith and walk with Christ. "It was a messenger from God", she writes. Transparent before others, broken before God; she writes with insight and humility about everyday grace as she struggles, requests and anticipates daily blessings.  An in-depth study of history, theology, and science gets to the heart of the tempest. Light breaks through the clouds of confusion as best-selling author and respected astronomer Hugh Ross, Ph.D , unveils a testable creation model that can settle this raging dispute.  Web site says, "College students reveal what life is really like at the nation's top schools. The "Best Party School" ranking gets a lot of media attention, but it is just one small part of this must-have guide that covers all the essentials — from academics to dorm life, and everything in between."  (Note:  Parents, before pissing your savings away, check out which ones are the top party schools, then scratch them off the list.  You worked hard for the money.) Tired of political deceit, media spin, and academic manipulation? Are you concerned about the direction America is taking with regard to the important issues of our day? Do you want to make your voice heard, but just don’t know how?  If so, then MuscleHead Revolution is for you. You’ll learn effective tactics for taking a stand and fighting back in the war to restore the values and commonsense thinking that made America great.
Halperin (ABC News) and Harris (the Washington Post and The Survivor: Bill Clinton in the White House) illustrate "trade secrets" to political victory with this penetrating examination of the personal lives and political histories of the biggest names in recent presidential politics. In The Way to Win, two of the country’s most accomplished political reporters explain what separates the victors from the victims in the unforgiving environment of modern presidential campaigns.  The story of evil inside the very spy agencies charged with protecting our safety is compelling, and Rubinstein's no-nonsense delivery adds to the tension. Rubinstein captures the mood and accents of a dozen characters without making any sound like caricature. He makes it simple to follow the complex story of spies, counterspies, and plots within plots, which begin in the Middle East and may lead to 9/11. "A true patriot . . . [Gary Aldrich] served his nation with distinction as an FBI agent  Gary talked [in his book Unlimited Access] about the absence of procedures in security and the abject neglect of respect for the White House . .  . it caught America's attention.  He did it at great personal risk . . .  standing by conviction and doing the right thing." - Jeb Bush In this, his first major book, Mark Steyn--probably the most widely read, and wittiest, columnist in the English-speaking world--takes on the great poison of the twenty-first century: the anti-Americanism that fuels both Old Europe and radical Islam. America, Steyn argues, will have to stand alone. The world will be divided between America and the rest; and for our sake America had better win.
Arthur Brooks, a top scholar of economics and public policy, has spent years researching this trend, and even he was surprised by what he found. In Who Cares, he demonstrates conclusively that conservatives really are compassionate-far more compassionate than their liberal foes. Strong families, church attendance, earned income (as opposed to state-subsidized income), and the belief that individuals, not government, offer the best solution to social ills-all of these factors determine how likely one is to give.  Based on the latest scientific findings, Global Warming in a Politically Correct Climate contains densely packed information never before published in a format accessible to the non-scientist. With the forgiving veil of political correctness lifted, the roles of advocacy groups, bureaucracies, politicians, industry, the legal profession, and career-conscious scientists are examined. Mathiesen particularly scrutinizes the media. For decades, environmentalism has been the Left's best excuse for increasing government control over our actions in ways both large and small. It's for Mother Earth! It's for the children! It's for the whales! But until now, the doomsday-scenario environmental scares they've trumped up haven't been large enough to justify the lifestyle restrictions they want to impose. With global warming, however, greenhouse gasbags can argue that auto emissions in Ohio threaten people in Paris, and that only "global governance" (Jacques Chirac's words) can tackle such problems.  "For years," Burt Prelutsky says, "the ranks of the Right were so bereft of amusing people they had to point to William F. Buckley Jr. as their token funnyman. Finally, thank God, P. J. O'Rourke came along. Now he was really funny. I mean, on purpose."
My grandmother had a name for people like the Republicans, it is called Mensch. (If you do not know what it means, ask your Jewish friends.) No matter what business you are in, no matter what your product or service is, the only thing that runs a business is people."  Through Solomon's own struggles with unscrupulous entrepreneurs, he has developed a business plan steeped in humanism, which he now shares with his readers. Do you see our invisible children?" writes Huang, at the conclusion of his touching and sometimes painful book about the street children of La Paz, Bolivia. Huang, the founder of the Bolivian Street Children Project and an attending physician at Boston Medical Center, went to Bolivia to work with homeless children when he was fresh out of Harvard medical school. "American Mourning" is the story of two families—the Johnsons and the Sheehans—that lost sons in the war against terror. Their sons were buddies—best friends since they first met at Fort Hood in Texas—but the two families have little else in common.  Joe Johnson knew he would have to go to Iraq to see where his son spent his last days on earth. As he slugged through open sewers, he gagged at the stench that smothered the Iraqi slum. It was here that his son, Justin, died, a roadside bomb ripping through his patrol truck and killing him.  Here Joe would avenge Justin's death.
Patrick J. Buchanan's contentious premise in The Death of the West is that the United States is no longer a healthy melting pot, but instead a confused, tottering "conglomeration of peoples with almost nothing in common." Relying on United Nations population statistics, and citing such diverse sources as Yogi Berra and Rhett Butler, Buchanan sees for America four "clear and present dangers": declining birth rates; uncontrolled immigration of peoples of "different colors, creed, and cultures"; a rise of "anti-Western" culture antithetical to established religious, cultural, and moral norms; and a "defection of ruling elites" to the idea of world government.  Former NOW leader reveals shocking information on how the media lies to you.  She tells you how you can fight the tyranny of the Left's cultural and moral decay, showing that the New York Times was simply the head of the snake. To the inquiry on the authenticity of flour vs. corn tortillas, he explains that the Spaniards created the former. "Why do Mexicans wear their clothes when swimming?" is a recurring question among Arellano's readers; his answer: good manners. In response to the vitriolic "What is it about the word illegal that Mexicans don't understand," he points out that U.S. employers don't understand the word either.  Award-winning authors Peter Schweizer and Wynton C. Hall have gathered an authoritative collection of speeches representing the modern conservative movement. Beginning with Whittaker Chambers's 1948 testimony before the House Un-American Activities Committee and continuing through the speeches of such conservative icons as Barry Goldwater, Bill Buckley, Phyllis Schlafly, Ronald Reagan, and Barbara Bush, the editors assemble an all-star line-up of conservative thought.
I have been privileged to meet the author and spend some time with him. Mr. van Wyk is no macho gun-waving shooter. Rather he is a mild-mannered family man who has strong principles and did what he had to do under very unpleasant circumstance. He does not consider himself a "hero" for his actions during the St. James Massacre.  The litany of abuses that he exposes are wide ranging and sweeping in their implications. Corruption in Congress seems to be rampant and occuring on both sides of the aisle. Corporate misconduct seems to be increasing and as an adjunct instructor in Business at a University, I'm glad Morris lays it out the way he does.  (Source: reviewer) The gargantuan power of leading left-wing foundations is put in proper perspective in Foundations of Betrayal, especially the example of how the politically correct environmental agenda is advanced. Phil Kent underscores that ideology usually matters more than charitable intent. --Tony Blankley, editorial page editor, Washington Times  The result is a fascinating account of how he and his students braved danger to build mutual understanding in Pakistan, India, Syria, Jordan, Turkey, Qatar, Malaysia and Indonesia.
This is an amazing book.  Rarely do we see reviews mixed with either four stars or one star, showing the division in the United States against open open discussions, reminding us of what is going on with the Global Warming debate . . . this stuff not about the facts but simply about obtaining power over the people.  Mother Nature is not a gentle person, and Berlau's pointed reporting reveals the very real dangers to people and their environments when Eco-Freaks prevent us from restraining her.  In the New York Times bestseller The Late Great USA: The Coming Merger with Mexico and Canada, Jerome Corsi proves that the benignly-named "Security and Prosperity Partnership," created at a meeting between George W. Bush, Stephen Harper and Vincente Fox, is in fact the same kind of regional integration plan that led Europe to form the EU. According to Corsi, the elites in Europe who wanted to create a European nation knew that "it would be necessary to conceal from the peoples of Europe just what was being done in their name until the process was so far advanced that it had become irreversible." Could the same thing be happening here? Is American sovereignty doomed? How could the so-called caring professions ostensibly dedicated to student welfare have collapsed so completely in the face of pressure from a particularly hurtful and wanton cultural fashion? This is surely one of the most important questions of our age, and it underlies this generous, tender, lively, angry book—written by a therapist who has fought her way through the dangerous pieties of her profession and whose newfound hope is everybody's hope as well.
Cool It: The Skeptical Environmentalist's Guide to Global Warming will further enhance Lomborg’s reputation for global analysis and thoughtful response. For anyone who wants an overview of the global warming debate from an objective source, this brief text is a perfect place to start. Lomborg is only interested in real problems, and he has no patience with media fear-mongering; he begins by dispatching the myth of the endangered polar bears, showing that this Disneyesque cartoon has no relevance to the real world where polar bear populations are in fact increasing. Lomborg considers the issue in detail, citing sources from Al Gore to the World Wildlife Fund, then demonstrating that polar bear populations have actually increased five fold since the 1960s.  Miracle at Tenwek, The Life of Dr. Ernie Steury."  In Miracle at Tenwek you'll read how a simple farm boy from Indiana went on to build one of the world's most successful medical missions in Tenwek, Kenya.   U.S. policy toward bin Laden, in particular, could also be criticized for a lack of coherence. Coll's narrative describes a reluctance to give unambiguous instructions to kill bin Laden, even though capturing him alive would have been nearly impossible. Numerous opportunities arose to attack bin Laden but policymakers always demurred because they were reluctant to offend other governments or risk civilian deaths.  (Reviewer) Candice E. Jackson's "Their Lives: The Women Targeted by the Clinton Machine" chronicles how Bill and Hillary Clinton's inner circle bribed, intimidated, and harassed seven women who had once been the objects of Bill's lustful desires. The author - a feminist libertarian - does not condemn Bill's philandering ways, but rather in great detail exposes how the Clintons' liberal politics allowed them to justify their misogynistic attacks against these defenseless women.
". . . John's 'get it' factor with people, lost or found, is something to behold! Reading this book filled me with optimism regarding the next generation of pastors and faith communities . . ."  -  One of the largest churches in Illinois, started in the early 1970's on Sunday mornings in the theater at Woodfield Mall.   This mega-church is now located in the far western suburbs of Chicago just off the turnpike headed toward Elgin.  Epicenter will answer questions like: Will Iraq go from bad to worse? Will Israel and her Arab neighbors find peace, or is another major Middle East war just around the corner? If the new, post-Soviet Russia is our friend, why is the Kremlin creating a new class of thermonuclear weapons and building an alliance with radical Islam?  Ingraham begins by defining who these elitists are: their arrogance tends to have no bounds, they frown on any objective morality, shun religion (especially Christianity) and worship science, look down on the South and openly ridicule anyone who does not live in a major city, worship at the altar of the United Nations, and clump people into "oppressed" groups who desperately need their help. (reviewer) In her latest, radio personality and author Ingraham (Shut up and Sing) calls on the American people to take back the phrase "Power to the People" from the anti-establishment groups of yesterday that, today, have made the country, according to Ingraham, "a slave to fringe groups, political correctness, expanding bureaucracies, and our own consumerism."
“Uttering lines that send liberals into paroxysms of rage, otherwise known as ‘citing facts,’ is the spice of life. When I see the hot spittle flying from their mouths and the veins bulging and pulsing above their eyes, well, that’s when I feel truly alive.”   So begins If Democrats Had Any Brains, They’d Be Republicans, Ann Coulter’s funniest, most devastating, and, yes, most outrageous book to date.   "The life lesson Thomas wants to share with all of us is this: We are responsible for ourselves. We are responsible for our futures. We are NOT victims and we can create our own destiny. Martin Luther King's dream included a day when all people would be judges by the content of their character rather than the color of their skin. That's what Justice Thomas has tried to do and that's how he's tried to live." - Amazon Reviewer  I would have to disagree with the previous commentary that "Death by Entertainment" is not a credible resource of information on the entertainment industry. On the contrary, I found Holly McClure's book to be uniquely informative, full of helpful information, interesting examples, and one of the few books with a chapter devoted to helping parents teach their children to be discerning when it comes to the media.  - (Reviewer) "Finally, a concise and compelling book about why homeschooling is a family's best option for educating its children. In a friendly conversational tone The Little Book of BIG Reasons to Homeschool addresses the benefits of home education to mind, body, and soul while answering the tough questions about homeschooling . . . academics, socialization, spiritual training, and more."
"In this day and age in the USA, where fundamental atheism is the (un)official state religious view--to the detriment of our public schools and institutions swearing that the USA has been and must always be a Godless nation; this book puts the truth to the lies of the radical athiest movement." - (Amazon reviewer) Depending on whether you're an attorney specializing in product liability cases, it's disheartening or it's not to read about the hunter who sued an ammunition manufacturer that failed to warn him its ammunition was not "suitable for killing a charging lion," or the California city that sued a non-lethal taser manufacturer for failing to "adequately teach police officers the difference between the Taser and their own handguns."  In A New America, Lou Dobbs examines the public policy choices over the past thirty years that have eroded individual liberties, disenfranchised the middle class, reduced worker rights and pay, and led our nation into social and political division at home as well as into conflict around the world.  But that conventional image is all wrong, as veteran journalist and author M. Stanton Evans reveals in this groundbreaking book. The long-awaited Blacklisted by History, based on six years of intensive research, dismantles the myths surrounding Joe McCarthy and his campaign to unmask Communists, Soviet agents, and flagrant loyalty risks working within the U.S. government. Evans’s revelations completely overturn our understanding of McCarthy, McCarthyism, and the Cold War.
There is a stunning number of stories that the media have underreported, excused and buried for the Clinton's. Even Honest Clinton supporters will admit this, there is no doubt. If a Republics was accused of 1/100th of what the Clinton's have done they would be hounded out of office by the national media.  (Reviewer.) Political correctness is the biggest threat this nation faces today, he declares, as it makes us prey for Islamic fundamentalists, renders taboo the roots of our economic troubles (poor people are, in fact, lazy, he argues) and creates rampant distortion in the media. Beck goes paragraph for paragraph with global-warming alarmist Al Gore, merrily slaughtering the sacred cows of the environmentalist crowd. Thus the spotlight plays not only on Andrew Mellon, Wendell Wilkie and Rexford Tugwell but also on Father Divine and the Schechter brothers—kosher butcher wholesalers prosecuted by the federal National Recovery Administration for selling "sick chickens." As befits a former writer for the Wall Street Journal, Shlaes is sensitive to the dangers of government intervention in the economy—but also to the danger of the government's not intervening. Ideology, writes Buchanan, is a Golden Calf, a false god, a secular religion that seeks vainly, like Marxism, to create a paradise on earth.While free enterprise is good, the worship of a 'free trade' that is destroying the dollar, de-industrializing America, and ending our economic independence, is cult madness.While America must stand for freedom and self-determination, the use of U.S. troops to police the planet or serve as advance guard of some 'world democratic revolution' is, as Iraq shows, imperial folly that will bring ruin to the republic.
"But is America's left as scornful of Islamic fundamentalists, who make Jerry Falwell look like Jane Fonda by comparison? Hardly, in fact there is often sympathy for them. The current leader of Iran denies the Holocaust and threatens Israel daily - but where is the outcry against him? The Democrts in Congress attack Bush when he stands up to Iran, not the other way around. New York Times journalists discuss why Ahmenididjad is such a 'puzzling' figure.   This guy is a dangerous madman, but he doesn't deserve harsh condemnation from the LEFT; he deserves 'understanding.'  Nice."  (Reviewer) Liberal Fascism offers a startling new perspective on the theories and practices that define fascist politics. Replacing conveniently manufactured myths with surprising and enlightening research, Jonah Goldberg reminds us that the original fascists were really on the left, and that liberals from Woodrow Wilson to FDR to Hillary Clinton have advocated policies and principles remarkably similar to those of Hitler's National Socialism and Mussolini's Fascism. In False Alarm, Siegel identifies three major catalysts of the culture of fear—government, the media, and big pharma. With fascinating, blow-by-blow analyses of the most sensational false alarms of the past few years, he shows how these fearmongers manipulate our most primitive instincts—often without our even realizing it. False Alarm shows us how to look behind the hype and hysteria, inoculate ourselves against fear tactics, and develop the emotional and intellectual skills needed to take back our lives.  For more than a decade, seasoned Wall Street prognosticator Peter Schiff has not only observed the U.S. economy, but also helped his clients restructure their portfolios to reflect his outlook. What he sees today is a nation facing an economic storm brought on by growing federal, personal, and corporate debt; too little savings; a declining dollar; and lack of domestic manufacturing.
Gingrich's aim is clearly to inspire citizens to take responsibility for the county's direction by demanding more of their governmentThe conservative Republican maverick opens his latest work with a "traditional American values" self-test; readers who score well may be energized by this assertive broadside against all that ails the body politic. As Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives (1994-1998), Gingrich was the prime mover and shaker behind the 1994 Contract with America that ushered in GOP dominance in Congress. Here, he identifies a quintet of foreign and domestic threats and serves up a new blueprint to help defeat them. On the international front, he says, "irreconcilable" Islamic terrorists and rogue dictatorships are eager to secure and use WMD, while China and India endanger our economic might.  Montgomery (King of Fish), a geomorphologist who studies how landscapes change through time, argues persuasively that soil is humanity's most essential natural resource and essentially linked to modern civilization's survival. He traces the history of agriculture, showing that when humans exhausted the soil in the past, their societies collapsed, or they moved on. But moving on is not an option for future generations, he warns: there isn't enough land. In the U.S., mechanized agriculture has eroded an alarming amount of agricultural land, and in the developing world, degraded soil is a principal cause of poverty. We are running out of soil, and agriculture will soon be unable to support the world's growing population.  Breakthroughs in science, especially cosmology, also played a part: if the speed or mass of the electron were off just a little, no life could have evolved on this planet. Perhaps the arrogance of the New Atheists also emboldened him, as Flew taunts them for failing to live up to the greatness of atheists of yore. The book concludes with an appendix by New Testament scholar and Anglican bishop N.T. Wright, arguing for the coherence of Christian belief in the resurrection. What would Terry have told us if she could? How could her caregivers over the years claim that she repeatedly made statements like "Stop that," "Pain," and "Help me," while her husband’s attorney likened her to a "house plant" Why was Terri denied testing and rehabilitative therapy when the courts had awarded more than $1.5 million for that purpose? Why did the majority of the money earmarked for her medical care and rehabilitation bankroll the lawyers who sought her death?
Among other things, Klein schmoozes with the terrorists about who they want to see in the White House, their thoughts on big name American celebrities, what day-to-day life would be like if the global jihad took over the U.S., and why terrorists kill and maim.  Based on more the 20 years of research and observation at a troop's summer encampment as well as extensive interviews with generations of scouts, this study investigates the effects of the complex, lived realities of scouting on boys as they struggle to define themselves. Mechling, professor of American studies at the University of California at Davis, argues that the founding of the U.S. Scouting movement in 1910 was a response to social concerns over masculinity that were remarkably similar to "the boy problem" of today.  “At the outset of his second jaunt across the campus, the highly opinionated professor of criminal justice at the University of North Carolina–Wilmington explains his reason for targeting feminists: “I want to find out why they hate us.”  Operation Sucker Punch, the code name for America’s action, is the kind of ruthless, swift and hard hitting attack every American who loves his/her country has been anxiously awaiting.    It is filled with examples of American courage and ingenuity that have made America the world’s leading Super Power.
Singer and Avery present in popular language supported by in-depth scientific evidence the compelling concept that global temperatures have been rising mostly or entirely because of a natural cycle. Using historic data from two millennia of recorded history combined with the natural physical records found in ice cores, seabed sediment, cave stalagmites, and tree rings, Unstoppable Global Warming argues that the 1,500 year solar-driven cycle that has always controlled the earth's climate remains the driving force in the current warming trend.   Waleed says the attack on the World Trade Center changed him: "On Sept. 11, 2001, I saw the real face of Islam. I saw the happiness on the faces of our people because so many infidels were slaughtered so easily. I saw many people who started thanking Allah for this massacre."  This lively collection of essays surveys the campus culture wars from the conservative side of the trenches. Adams, a criminal justice professor at the University of North Carolina-Wilmington, takes a big swipe at the politically correct, feminists, gay activists, the diversity establishment and what he portrays as the mealy-mouthed administrators and thin-skinned colleagues and students who are quick to fire off thoughtless allegations of racism and sexism.  All I can say is WOW!!!! Well I will say a little more. This is the fifth and final book in the Last Jihad series and it both brought much to an end, but also leaves one feeling there will be a tribulation based series to follow. Joel C. Rosenberg has had an uncanny knack to predict feature events (such as Terrorists using Airplanes to attack ground targets-buildings etc, the death of specific leaders and much more), using the Scripture baaed prophecy's and using extrapolation from world events. (Amazon reviewer)
Light Force is the remarkable story of Brother Andrew's mission to seek out the church in the Middle East, learn about its conditions and needs, and do whatever he can to strengthen what remains. Through dramatic true stories, readers get an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at real people affected by the centuries-old conflicts in this volatile part of the world. Now available in paper, this gripping account of the church caught in the crossfire will captivate readers everywhere.  What's really going at your local public school? In From Crayons to Condoms: The Ugly Truth About America's Public Schools, Steven Baldwin and Karen Holgate let parents, concerned teachers and students speak for themselves about the dismal state of government education in America today.  In this hard-hitting call to arms, Dick Morris and Eileen McGann reveal the hundreds of ways American tax-payers are routinely fleeced—by our own government; by foreign countries like Dubai that are gobbling up American interests and spending millions to influence government decisions and American public opinion; by Washington lobbying firms that are pushing the agendas of corrupt foreign dictators on Capitol Hill; and by hedge-fund billionaires collecting huge tax breaks courtesy of the IRS.   It's no secret that Christians have had a major impact on the last two presidential elections, and Dr. Rick Scarborough believes that now is not the time to retreat. Now more than ever it is critical that all Bible-believing Americans step up and let our voices be heard. Scarborough challenges Christians to become involved in political action by revealing the issues that have caused the demise of America's Judeo-Christian foundation and outlining several key steps readers can take right where they live if they agree that it's time to get involved!
Cato Institute senior fellow Levy and lawyer Mellor, in this excellent examination of twelve far-reaching Supreme Court cases and their consequences, force readers to question the direction in which the judiciary has led our country over the past century-and possibly their own attitudes toward the federal government. The authors deftly navigate the complicated proceedings without slipping into lawyer-speak, while unapologetically leaning on their libertarian sentiments to color their commentary and analysis. Though the writers defend well their claim that the dozen cases under discussion-with a number of "dishonorable mentions" and an appendix each for Roe v. Wade and Bush v. Gore-have expanded the federal government and eroded civil liberties, one can't help but feel a creeping sense of arrogance when Levy and Mellor assert repeatedly that they know how the Constitution's authors would view the document were they alive today.        

A real conservative book club. Check it out!


"America, Home Of The Brave
At Least For Now"

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NOT BEING RELEASED, reported PC suits at Disney pulling favorites for the DNC with Hillary running for office. Gee, we thought she only slept in the White House, not ran it!
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The most frightening film to date on Islam, this producer's statement that the EGGS ARE READY TO HATCH is chilling!  It is similar to the children who had grown up in Hitler's youth camps, becomiing cold blooded killers.  He makes the statement this has nothing to do with 9/11 and everything to do with the reforming of Islam in the 1920's.
The Path to 9/11 Obsession
"The CIA had pumped cash stipends as high as $200,000 a month to Massoud and his Islamic guerrilla organization"

"After the team was on its way, Massoud reported his plan to Langley: He was going to batter bin Laden's camp with rocket fire.

The CIA's lawyers convulsed in alarm. The White House legal rules for liaison with Massoud had not addressed such pure military operations against bin Laden. The Massoud partnership was supposed to be about intelligence collection. Now the CIA had, in effect, provided intelligence for a rocket attack on Derunta. The CIA was legally complicit in Massoud's operation, the lawyers feared, and the agency had no authority to be involved.

The bin Laden unit shot a message to the Panjshir: You've got to recall the mission." . . . read more

Courtesy: Washington Post, by Steven Coli

Now read Hollywood's Revealing Censorship of "Path to 9/11" to protect Hillary in run for office.

Sept. 07

Glenn Beck provides the following information that instead should be coming from a failed Homeland Security. It's happening on your watch, GEORGE and NANCY!

Now watch this very disturbing training video, (if playing, turn off music on homepage) THEN click to go to our page on how to protect your children while in school, content provided by Glenn Beck from Kenneth S. Trump, president of the National School Safety and Security Services. . . and NOT from Homeland Security!

Glenn Beck provides this training film found in Afghanistan, terrorists giving commands in English as children cry in the background from speakers.  The training is obviously aimed at an English speaking Western society.   Glenn made the comment blueprints for American schools were found in Iraq.  So where is the government so we can be trained to protect our children.  It's on your watch, George!

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An Atheist's point of view: "Taking the Piss" - Oct. 07
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A Christian's point of view: "Have You Hugged an Islamo-Fascist Today" - Oct. 07


Two Jordanian brothers used axes to hack to death their two sisters, aged 20 and 27, in an "honor killing" after the older sister left home to marry a man without her family's permission.   Her younger sister later ran away to join her.   "It was a brutal scene," one official said, according to the Jordan Times.   "One victim's head was nearly cut clean off."


Readers with an eye on European politics will recognize Ali as the Somali-born member of the Dutch parliament who faced death threats after collaborating on a film about domestic violence against Muslim women with controversial director Theo van Gogh (who was himself assassinated). Even before then, her attacks on Islamic culture as "brutal, bigoted, [and] fixated on controlling women" had generated much controversy. In this suspenseful account of her life and her internal struggle with her Muslim faith, she discusses how these views were shaped by her experiences amid the political chaos of Somalia and other African nations, where she was subjected to genital mutilation and later forced into an unwanted marriage.

You will not believe this Muslim's woman's story, but it's true, Ayaan directly involved with the Dutch murdered playwright,Theo van Gogh. It's why the West will have to watch in horror as the Netherlands continues to implode, a place dominated by kind but liberal fools since WWII.

Then the West better take note what happens when societies don't protect their heritages with a vengeance. As Darwin observed, "Only the fittest survive," and that seems to be applying to civilizations, even modern ones. Just ask the Dutch citizens of the Netherlands, who are now beginning to pack up and flee to Australia and New Zealand seeing the handwriting on the wall.

Why Australia? It's parliament reported to have boldly informed its incoming Muslim immigrants, "Assimilate or be prepared to evacuate." One Netherlands seems to have been enough.



Tasty Christian Books for The Serious Meat Eater


The Story: Retracing his own spiritual journey, Strobel cross-examines the experts with tough, point-blank questions: How reliable is the New Testament? Does evidence exist for Jesus outside the Bible? Is there any reason to believe the resurrection was an actual historical event?

DVD - 71 minutes

"This remarkable documentary  is like reading a captivating, fast-paced novel. But it's not fiction. It's a riveting quest for the truth about history's most compelling figure. What will your verdict be in The Case for Christ?"


Published in 1864, this historic book has been out of print for more than a century.  It has now been newly typeset using a very readable font and added subheads.  Includes free searchable CD-ROM.  Excellent reference tool proving America was not established as a secular nation, like the ACLU membership wants you to believe.


Read about the freefall of educational standards at today's  universities, more interested in controling student thought than encouraging it. It’s happening in colleges all across the country. Instead of being educational institutions designed to encourage the free discussion of ideas, universities have become prisons of propaganda, indoctrinating students with politically correct (and often morally repugnant) ideas about American culture.


In this up-to-the-minute suspense novel, America is under terrorist attack by agents of Iran, and the government is being led to believe that domestic racist and militarist groups are at fault. It's all part of a master plan cooked up by Iran's new military leader, the Western-trained General Amir Taleh, whose old friend and opposite number, Delta Force veteran Lt. Colonel Peter Thorn, is the chief victim of his deception.
The Enemy Within, by Larry Bond, (paperback - ISBN 0-446-60385-6)

Page 122 - In a motel room: "Out of habit, the lean, cold-eyed Bosnian scanned the motel room. It would have looked commonplace, even drab, to any American, but it seemed luxurious to him."

Page 174 - In New York City: "The Bosnian nodded somberly, staring out the car window at the Americans scurrying across the streets in every direction, seemingly heedless of the oncoming traffic or each other. They were like locusts, he thought angrily. Soulless and almost mindless--concerned only with self-gratification and endless acquisitions, The time had come to sweep these creatures of the devil into the everlasting fire."

Page 306 - In Disneyland: "Everywhere the young Somali looked he saw excess and idolatry. Idolatry in the way these Americans taught their young to love and worship these mythical beasts, these cartoon characters. Excess in the half-eaten food they so casually discarded. The trash cans were full of hamburgers, hot dogs, french fries, and other foodstuffs that could have fed a family in Mogadishu for nearly a week."



"Freedom is Knowledge"