Eric Schmidt, the executive chairman of Google, has criticised China in his new book, describing the country as the world's "most sophisticated and prolific hacker".
If you thought Al Gore was a media darling, you haven’t seen his latest book tour.
Of the many non-fiction books that I have read over the last year, several in particular contain fascinating facts that challenge the conventional wisdom and propaganda from the media, academia, the government, and the two political parties. Sample
Dr. Martin Luther King said, “Unlike plagues of the dark ages or contemporary diseases we do not yet understand, the modern plague of overpopulation is soluble by means we have discovered and with resources we possess. What is lacking is....
Lutz Becker was born in Berlin, he says, "during the anno diabolo, 1941.
Barry Siegel's book "Manifest Injustice" chronicles the saga of Bill Macumber, who was falsely was imprisoned for 37 years for the murder of two people in Scottsdale, Ariz.
Nassim Taleb sits down for a quite extensive interview based around his new book Anti-Fragile.
The title of this post is taken from chapter 15 of Murray Rothbard’s “For a New Liberty: The Libertarian Manifesto.” Throughout the book, Rothbard has laid out the case for the libertarian solution to the problems of politics and government.
A peek at some of the shots in Andrew Zuckerman's gorgeous coffee table book Flower
Mathematician Ian Stewart's recent book "In Pursuit of the Unknown: 17 Equations That Changed the World" takes a close look at some of the most important equations of all time.
Brian Williams reports on the horrific traffic jams on the East Coast, but he won’t mention the overpopulation factor causing them. Same with Diane Sawyer, Scott Pelley, Wolf Blitzer, Megyn Kelley and Robert Siegel!
William Leith reviews the week’s paperbacks
This week in The New York Times Book Review, Michael Kinsley reviews “Going Clear,” Lawrence Wright’s new book about Scientology. Mr. Kinsley writes:
Even in the overcrowded, over packed and gridlocked cities of America—you won’t hear a peep about overpopulation. Los Angeles, Denver, Chicago and more cities feature enormous brown clouds blanketing their cities.
History Repeats … In the classic history of Nazi Germany, They Thought They Were Free, Milton Mayer writes:
When I attended primary and secondary school – during the 1940s and '50s – one didn't hear of the kind of shooting mayhem that's become routine today.
The American people are involved in warfare. Few of them are aware of it. Fewer of them are doing anything about it. This is a war that is being waged against the environment,against our lands, air, and water, the foundation of our environment.
We refuse to face up to our actions and profligate numbers. We are at war with the natural world to keep our numbers growing! Wolves, grizzlies, deer, moose, elk and big horn sheep have lived in a dynamic state of equilibrium for eons.
ROCKWELL: Good morning. This is the Lew Rockwell Show. And how great to have as our guest this morning, Dr. Peter Janney. Dr. Janney is a psychologist in Massachusetts. He grew up, however, in Washington, D.C.
“It’s not the Nature of human beings to be cattle in glorified feedlots. Every person deserves the option to travel easily in and out of the complex and primal world that gave us birth. We need freedom to roam."
Swindled: How the GOP Cheated Ron Paul and Lost Themselves the Election by Michael Alford
Startling evidence suggests that the Gun Control Act of 1968 was lifted, almost in its entirety, from Nazi legislation.
Speaking out for the first time since he resigned, retired Gen. Stanley McChrystal takes the blame for a Rolling Stone article, and the unflattering comments attributed to his staff about the Obama administration, that ended his Afghan command.
As work weeks get longer each year and free time seems to slip away quicker than ever, it's essential to make the most of time we actually have at least some control over: the weekend.
A rare signed copy of a novel written by horror guru Stephen King under the pen name Richard Bachman will go under the hammer in America, with proceeds going to a local fuel fund helping poor residents who can't afford to heat their homes in winter.
A ride through the thoughts of the president as he winds his way through one of the most momentous days ever recorded. The PeaceMonger will keep the reader guessing, as it exposes what really goes on behind the closed doors of power.
It's a new year, and time for your life to become what you want it to be.
Reading a good investment book should top your list of New Year's resolutions.
With an endless and ever-growing supply of preparedness items and gadgets for TEOTWAWKI, it is easy to forget where we all came from.
Due to the strong Jewish and Black origins of swing and and jazz music, both were outlawed in Hitler's Germany. Simply owning a record could get one sent off to be re-educated or worse.