Socialism

Cuba in Revolution: Escape From a Lost Paradise by Miguel A. Faria, Jr., MD

Thirty-six years ago after a harrowing ordeal at sea, Miguel A. Faria, Jr., escaped from Cuba with his father and found a new home in the United States. Cuba’s loss was America’s gain. A consummate historian, Dr. Faria here applies himself with gusto, using a treasure-trove of inside information to tell his personal odyssey and …

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In Bed With Castro

The tragic Elian Gonzalez affair, which has been used so skillfully by the Clinton administration (until the violent pre-dawn raid), will be used, mark my words, for the appeasement of Fidel Castro and for trying to establish normal relations with his brutal communist regime. Defending Fidel Castro and his socialist regime (“Socialism or Death”) has …

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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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Overdose of Socialism

On June 23, 1995, a swarm of armed men invaded the Mason, West Virginia medical office of Dr. Danny R. Westmoreland. With their guns drawn, the intruders ordered everyone, including a nine-year-old child, to stand against a wall while the office was ransacked. The marauders were agents of the federal “health police,” and they had …

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