Politics

Out of America: A Black Man Confronts Africa by Keith B. Richburg

This outstanding book by a black American journalist for The Washington Post recounts the emotional and spiritual awakening of the author upon his fateful visit to his ancestral home, Africa. He vividly recounts his adventurers and journalistic travails on the Dark Continent, and finds he belongs happily and unregretfully in America. He thanks Providence for …

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The Art of Political War: How Republicans Can Fight to Win by David Horowitz

This political booklet subtitled “How Republicans Can Fight to Win,” despite its optimistic tone, carries a disturbing message — namely, that because we live “in a democracy,” for conservatives to win they will have to, in my words, “demagogue” themselves to victory. Politics is war and politics is about winning. This brief book by renown …

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Code Blue: Health Care in Crisis by Edward R. Annis

This is a great book. It shows how American medicine is being socialized to the detriment of patients. On managed competition/care, the author observes, “Government cannot preserve high quality health care, prompt service, and freedom of choice without allowing health care providers the freedom to meet demand; Government cannot reduce the regulatory burden…government cannot apply …

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Year of the Rat: How Bill Clinton Compromised U.S. Security for Chinese Cash by Edward Timperlake and William C. Triplett, II

Something is rotten in Washington’s corridors of power. And we aren’t talking about lying about sultry sex (and alleged private matters that may or may not be high crimes and misdemeanors), but corruption in the highest circles of our government — the Departments of Navy, Justice, Defense, Commerce, culminating with bribery and potential treason involving …

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Boundary Violations — Gun Politics in the Doctor’s Office by Timothy Wheeler, MD

Imagine this scenario: you visit your doctor for back pain. Your doctor asks if you have firearms in your home. Then he announces that your family would be better off (especially your children) if you had no guns at all in your house. You leave the doctor’s office feeling uneasy, wondering what guns have to …

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