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“If you endeavor to live like you mean it, to aspire to show up with passion and purpose, and take your being to maximum heart rate in mind and body—How to Live a Life of Adventure will rock your body and soul, and enliven passions."
Here are the results of our recent poll. Thety are listed in no particular order, but each book listed below received at least two votes. Those that are marked with an asterisk are suitable for teenagers.
The Art of Exploring the World
In the process of explaining that insidious co-option, Tolstoy elucidates the nature of the state and explains why violence and war are necessary for its successful functioning.
Remembering Apple's leader, the glory days of a stockpicker, Darwin and Hedy Lamarr. Reviewed by Bretigne Shaffer
“After reading the first 20 chapters, I was ready to go out and tackle a grizzly bear, wrestle a sea lion and climb Mount Everest. Wooldridge takes you where you want to go! Not only does he inspire you to take adventures, he shows you how to do it.
"Scorpions for Breakfast!"
But Vonnegut’s two-dozen novels and story collections spoke to the human condition and humorously showed some of the absurdities of post-war America. Vonnegut was shaped by two key experiences in his 20s: his mother’s suicide, and surviving the bombi
From Charles Goyette, the New York Times Bestselling Author of The Dollar Meltdown! comes his new book, Red And Blue And Broke All Over. The book is available for pre-order now at Amazon, and will be available on March 15th, 2012
Tom Woods begins Rollback by asking “is it already too late?” Before giving a lengthy answer, he points to recent polls that suggests most Americans claim to not trust the federal government; though much like a teenager that insists his parents are c
Where equality is enthroned, freedom is extinguished. The rise of the egalitarian society means the death of the free society.
Free Patriot Press has two opportunities for readers to win a free copy of Duopoly. The first promotion, in conjunction with GoodReads.com, ends on October 31. GoodReads will randomly select the 5 winners from those who enter. http://www.goodread
“We are trying to create a nation that has never before existed, of all the races, tribes, cultures and creeds of Earth, where all are equal. In this utopian drive for the perfect society of our dreams we are killing the real country we inherited."
It is unclear whether the US, as we have known it, will survive its next presidential election.
Book warns of end. Will America survive to 2025? The last decade provided corroborating if not conclusive proof that we are in the Indian Summer of our civilization."
Huffington Post blogger and commodities trader Michael Martin's new book, The Inner Voice of Trading: Eliminate the Noise and Profit From the Strategies That Are Right for You, takes a candid look at the psychology of successful trading, with an emph
Andrew P. Napolitano's latest book, and perhaps his most important for all of us, is now shipping in hardback and Kindle: It Is Dangerous To Be Right When the Government Is Wrong: The Case for Personal Freedom.
“I do what I think needs doing.” - Dec. 21, 2005 Interview With Gore Vidal-by Christine Smith
UPDATE: Just when everyone seemed to have forgotten about -- or at least moved on from -- The Rogue, Sarah Palin's camp has brought the controversial book right back to the forefront by threatening to sue its author and publisher for "knowingly publi
America's Failing Freedom and 'Why Life Is too Short to Drink Bad Beer'
Have you played with Google Labs' NGram Viewer? It's an addicting tool that lets you search for words and ideas in a database of 5 million books from across centuries. Erez Lieberman Aiden and Jean-Baptiste Michel show us how it works, and a few of t
Texas Gov. Rick Perry has been taking a lot of heat over some of the more controversial claims made in his 2010 small government treatise Fed Up! Our Fight To Save America From Washington.
I wanted to give you something that you could use right away. The book, BEHIND THE GREEN MASK: U.N. Agenda 21, is part history, part personal story, and part handbook for stopping Agenda 21 with practical hands-on info.
We Don't Need No Steenking Books
Colin Fletcher, whose ornate prose and prosaic tips on subjects like choosing the right hiking boots helped start the modern backpacking movement, died June 12 in Monterey, Calif. He was 85.
"The compendium/book presents advanced ideological, practical, tactical, organisationa and rhetorical solutions and strategies for all patriotic-minded individuals/movements. The book will be of great interest to you..."
Once in a while, George Lucas and co. will release some really epic Star Wars gear, like these clothes by Adidas or that 3,000-brick Lego Star Destroyer. As long as the gear is proportionate in size to the epic-ness of Star Wars, it's welcome.
This disappointing novel marks new territory for L. Neil Smith---his first novel on vampires. I am not a fan of the horror genre, but I wish my friend as much fortune as fellow science fiction writer Dean Koontz had when he switched to writing horror
Noble House is set in 1963. The tai-pan, Ian Dunross, struggles to rescue Struan's from the precarious financial position left over from his predecessor. To do this, he seeks partnership with an American millionaire, while trying to ward off his arch