James Morrow is widely regarded as the foremost satirist in science fiction. His new novel, Galapagos Regained, tells the story of a Victorian actress named Chloe Bathhurst who attempts to use Darwin's theory of natural selection to disprove the ex
Welcome to 2015, the year that speaking and writing freely had to stop. Anything that might cause trauma to anyone of any race except the white one will be expunged, and the perpetrators of politically incorrect speech or written words will be airbru
Prince Andrew's 'sex slave' Virginia Roberts 'is writing a tell-all memoir about their alleged trysts at home of US billionaire Jeffrey Epstein'.
A Review The Testament of James By Vin Suprynowicz 194 pages December 2014, Mountain Media
Part I of the interview and my mini-review of Vin's new book, The Testament of James is here.
Book Recommendation: "When Lions Roar" by Thomas Maier, on The Churchill's and the Kennedy's. I received this book as a Christmas Gift, and it is a show-stopper. Maier has written a highly entertaining history of the relationships and perRead Letter
When Americans see charts like this one which illustrate that virtually all the food on grocery store shelves basically comes from no more than 10 megacompanies, or hear statements like this one from our own Attorney General Eric Holder who told the
Almost puked when I saw the cover. Cant believe this guy, so carelessly ripped Ron Paul's Campaign logo... (and Ernest's Comment included)
Do you want to inspire your kids to be free and self-sufficient? There's nothing better than a good book to point them in the right direction.
As J. K. Rowling said, "Let us step out into the night to pursue that temptress, adventure."
Ron Paul: 4 Books Every Libertarian Should Read.
Ayn Rand fans, here's something to whet your appetites: New American Library has released the cover image for "Ideal," the first Ayn Rand novel to be published in more than 50 years.
America's first naturalist John Muir said, "When you pick up anything, you realize it's hitched to the rest of the universe."
James Wesley Rawles. The name is synonymous with "survival" and in his book Expatriates: A Novel of the Coming Global Collapse he continues providing the same reliable information we've come to expect from his previous books.
LBJ: The Man Who Killed Kennedy.
Forty six years after the release of Stanley Kubrick's groundbreaking 2001: A Space Odyssey, the final book in Arthur C. Clarke's Odyssey series is getting a screen adaptation.
Tom Engelhardt's New Book Tells All!
If you think retirement communities are populated by brainwashed old farts in golf carts who go to church twice a week to assure themselves a place in an imagined hereafter, prepare yourself for a new perspective.
Anyone who's ever owned a used car knows the peculiar joy of cracking open a Haynes Guides, that familiar book of design schematics and technical information that was available for just about every auto model you can think of.
A comment on an article that comments on a book. I don't think either provides, for the topic they deal with, the depth it needs and deserves.
There exists no broad coalition critiquing domestic police. Left radicals in the 1960s decried their militarism.
The specter of nuclear mushroom clouds rising over northeast Asia has long been a staple of nightmare scenarios in the event of another war between North and South Korea.
Wesley K. Clark, a retired U.S. Army general and former NATO supreme allied commander, has sallied forth with wildly naive or misplaced views about the United States and China in his new book, "Don't Wait for the Next War:
The Raw Truth About Milk: How Mankind is Destroying Nature's Nearly Perfect Food and Why Raw Milk Can Save Your Life.
To Grover Cleveland: SIR, --- Your inaugural address is probably as honest, sensible, and consistent a one as that of any president within the last fifty years, or, perhaps, as any since the foundation of the government.
When people ask Elon Musk how he learned to build rockets, he has a simple answer.
For some time now, I have been analyzing American history in the light of what I have called structural deep events...
At any given moment, the "window" includes a range of policies considered politically acceptable in the current climate of public opinion, which a politician can recommend without being considered too extreme to gain or keep public office.
Loren Lomasky's frenetic and almost hysterical review of Hans-Hermann Hoppe's A Theory of Capitalism and Socialism ("The Argument from Mere Argument," September 1989) is an amusing if unwitting vindication of Hoppe's method of exposing "p
LRC Best Selling Books – September 2014