10 Books Every Conservative Must Read, Benjamin Wiker, 2010, 978-1-59698-604-6, Hardcover, $27.95
Controversial, enlightening, and thought-provoking, 10 Books Every Conservative Must Read reveals some important lessons for today as well as the true meaning of conservatism.
10 Books That Screwed Up the World, Benjamin Wiker, 2008, 9781596980556, Hardcover, $27.95
“In his controversial book, 10 Books That Screwed Up the World, Wiker proves that some of Western civilization’s most “”respected”" books are really the root of many modern-day destructive ideas and cultural vices.”
30 Ways in 30 Days to Save Your Family, Rebecca Hagelin, 2009, 9781596985681, Hardcover, $24.95
“In 30 Ways in 30 Days to Save Your Family, author Rebecca Hagelin lays out 30 simple and concrete actions that you can implement–one day at a time–to reconnect with your children and restore peace in your home.”
365 Ways to Drive a Liberal Crazy, James Delingpole, 9781596986428, Paperback, $14.95
Liberals driving you crazy? It’s payback time! With 365 Ways to Drive a Liberal Crazy, you can start each day off right by arming yourself with liberal-clubbing tactics to outwit any lefty that comes your way, no matter what the situation.
A Cartoon History of the Reagan Years, , 0-89526-778-0, Paperback, $9.95
1980 The rise of Reagan Democrats relished the idea of facing Ronald Reagan as the Republican presidential nominee. They figured he’d be easy to tag as a right-wing extremist, an aging ex-actor, and a dope. They figured wrong. Reagan committed gaffes and goofs, but his appeal was magnetic. He attracted Southern and ethnic Democrats, independents,… | read more »
A Changing America, Paul Laxalt, 0-89526-676-8, Hardcover, $
America is in the grip of change, in the grip of an election year, in the grip of a new decade. The actions Americans take now will rule the decade and govern our lives. This vital, election year book identifies the nation’s political, social, and economic agenda for this pivotal era. A Change in America… | read more »
A Changing America, Paul Laxalt, 0-89526-892-2, Paperback, $$2.95
America is in the grip of chagne, in teh grip of an election year, in the grip of a new decade. The actions we take now will rule the decade and govern our lives.
A Choice Not an Echo, Phyllis Schlafly, 2014, 978-1621573159, Hardcover, $14.99
Over 3 million copies sold! Celebrate 50 years since the release of Phyllis Schlafly’s monumental A Choice Not an Echo, the book that launched the conservative resurgence of the late 20th century. This special updated and expanded edition contains 50 percent new material placing the book in its historical context and applying the book’s lessons to… | read more »
A Christian For All Christians, Dr. Andrew Walker, Dr. James Patrick, 0-89526-735-7, Paperback, $$10.95
C.S. Lewis continues to fascinate and influence thousands of people over 25 years after his death. A Christian for All Christians looks at the influence and friendships that helped shape the real Clive Staples Lewis–Christian apologist, moral philosopher, literary critic, and fantasy writer–and examines the reasons for his enduring popularity with virtually all types of… | read more »
A Cracking of the Heart, David Horowitz, 2009, 978-1-59698-103-4, Hardcover, $24.95
Unlike anything he has ever written, A Cracking of the Heart is David Horowitz’s personal and poignant story about the death of his beloved daughter, Sarah.
A Mormon in the White House, Hugh Hewitt, 2007, 159598502X, Hardcover, $27.95
Insightful, informed, and full of new reporting and dozens of interviews with Romney himself, political heavyweights such as California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, and religious leaders such as Chuck Colson and Archbishop Charles Chaput, A Mormon in the White House? is the book you need to understand the man who could be our next president.
A Nation Like No Other, Newt Gingrich, 2011, 978-1-59698-271-0, Hardcover, $29.95
Newt Gingrich lays out a powerful defense for America as the Founders intended it, explaining exactly what American Exceptionalism is (a set of core values reflected in our Declaration of Independence) and what it is not (nationalist hubris).
A New Birth of Freedom, Steve Forbes, 0-89526-320-3, Hardcover, $24.95
Forbes stunned the political establishment by winning upset Republican primaries in Delaware and Arizona, and shares his positive, forward-looking vision to give every American the freedom to participate in this new era of prosperity.
A Point in Time, David Horowitz, 2011, 978-1-59698-290-1, Hardcover, $24.95
Interweaving episodes of his own life with the writings of the philosopher and the novelist, Horowitz explores how we provide meaning to an apparently senseless existence and the dire consequences that follow from seeking to redeem it by attempting to make a perfect world out of the imperfect one in which we find ourselves.
A Public Betrayed, Adam Gamble, Takesato Watanabe, 0-89526-046-8, Hardcover, $27.95
Uncovering the worst about the institution in Japan designed to serve and inform the populace–with valuable lessons for the U.S.
A Republic, Not an Empire, Patrick J. Buchanan, 1999, 0-89526-272-x, Hardcover, $29.95
Breakaway conservative presidential candidate Pat Buchanan’s erudite and eloquent plea for a new American foreign policy, rooted in America’s greatest traditions, to avoid a future of endless war.
A Shred of Honour, Tom Connery, 0-89526-205-3, Paperback, $12.95
Connery follows-with remarkable detail and texture-Lieutenant George Markham of the Royal Marines battling against the empire of Napoleon.
A Slobbering Love Affair, Bernard Goldberg, 2009, 978-1-59698-090-7, Hardcover, $25.95
In the New York Times bestseller, A Slobbering Love Affair, author Bernard Goldberg shows how the mainstream media’s hopelessly one-sided coverage of President Obama has shredded America’s trust in journalism and endangered our free society.
A Time for Reflection, William E. Simon, 0-89526-170-7, Hardcover, $27.95
Written just before his death in 2000, the quintessential figure of the American Century delivers a breathtaking odyssey of his adventures.
A Victor, Not a Bucher, Edward Bonekemper, III, 0-89526-062-X, Hardcover, $27.95
Flouting conventional wisdom, this historian proves Grant’s military prowess.
A Washington Tragedy, Don Moldea, 0-89526-382-3, Hardcover, $24.95
Using newly uncovered information and exclusive sources, Moldea probes into the questions that have plagued the Vincent Foster case since the beginning, including the most important question of all: Why did Vincent Foster die?
Abel Sanchez and Other Stories, Miguel de Unamuno, 1999, 978-0-89526-707-8, Paperback, $14.95
Here is an essential Unamuno reader, offering a full-length novel, Able Sanchez, and two remarkable short stories, The Madness of Doctor Montarco and San Manuel Bueno, Martyr. Perhaps most famous for his philosophical essay, The Tragic Sense of Life, Unamuno was one of the most dynamic intellects in the extraordinary flowering of Spanish culture in… | read more »
Abortion Rites, Marvin Olasky, 0-895267233, Paperback, $14.95
Olasky concludes in his book that law is not the crucial issue in solving the abortion issue, it must be done by moral suasion, support for adoption, and help for unwed mothers.
Absolute Power, David Limbaugh, 0-895262371, Hardcover, $27.95
In this stunning exposÃ© Limbaugh shows how politics determines who gets hammered with the mailed fists of the federal government and who can operate with complete legal immunity.
Adios, America, Ann Coulter, 2015, 978-1-62157-267-1, Hardcover, $27.99
Ann Coulter is back, more fearless than ever. In Adios, America she touches the third rail in American politics, attacking the immigration issue head-on and flying in the face of La Raza, the Democrats, a media determined to cover up immigrants’ crimes, churches that get paid by the government for their “charity,” and greedy Republican… | read more »
After America, Mark Steyn, 9781596983274, Paperback, $16.95
Just in time for the presidential election, the New York Times bestseller comes to paperback! Featuring a new introduction, this edition takes on Obama’s disastrous plan for our nation, and reveals what a post-American world could look like.
After the Internet, Dr. James Martin, 0-895262800, Hardcover, $27.95
Technology guru James Martin shows in his groundbreaking book that the Internet is only the beginning of the radical changes computers will bring to our lives.
Ain’t No Rag, Charlie Daniels, 2003, 0-89526-073-5, Hardcover, $24.95
All Cloudless Glory, Volume I, The Life of George Washington, Harrison Clark, 0-89526-466-8, Hardcover, Paperback, $39.95
Through the wealth of autobiographical material Washington left behind, Clark weaves historical narrative with Washington’s own words, presenting the youthful Washington, from his formative years to the brink of military victory at Yorktown.
All Cloudless Glory, Volume II, The Life of George Washington, Harrison Clark, 0-89526-445-5, Hardcover, Paperback, $39.95
Through the wealth of autobiographical material Washington left behind, Clark weaves historical narrative with Washington’s own words, presenting the youthful Washington, from his formative years to the brink of military victory at Yorktown.
All It Takes is Guts, , 0895265699, Hardcover, $16.95
Rich countries also tend to be the free countries, notes Dr. Walter Williams. Yet he sees growing threats to our wealth-building freedoms. “The American values of limited government and personal freedom have been under assault for nearly a century. Out of a misguided sense of concern for our fellow man we have permitted, and even… | read more »
Allan Quatermain and the Lost City of Gold, H. Rider Haggard, 1999, 978-0-89526-327-8, Paperback, $14.95
The further exploits of the big-game hunter and intrepid explorer introduced to readers in H. Rider Haggard’s King Solomon’s Mines. Set in Africa, Allan Quatermmain and the Lost City of Gold meets the high standards for an adventure novel set by that first book. Allan must postpone his wedding to rescue his brother, who has… | read more »
Allen Dulles, James Srodes, 1999, 0-89526-314-9, Hardcover, Paperback, $34.95
The dramatic story of how America became a world power told through the life of its premier spy.
Ambrose Bierce’s Civil War, Ambrose Bierce, 978-0-89526-716-0, Paperback, $12.95
Ambrose Bierce’s short stories and factual accounts of the Civil War won him lasting fame both for his unflinching portrayals of the realities of war and for his mordant view of the grotesqueries of men in battle. This collection of Bierce’s best pieces reflects his life-long obsession with death and calamity and his undoubted talent… | read more »
America Alone, Mark Steyn, 2006, 0-89526-078-6, Hardcover, $27.95
A conservative columnist argues that America should spread its influence around the world.
America’s Thirty Years War, Balint Vazsonyi, 0-89526-354-8, Hardcover, Paperback, $24.95
Hungarian-born historian and concert pianist, Balint Vazsonyi, who knows what it means to live under authoritarian regime, makes a powerful case that America is slowly moving towards socialism.
America: Imagine a World Without Her, Dinesh D'Souza, 2014, 9781621572039, Hardcover, $27.95
Is America a source of pride, as Americans have long held, or shame, as Progressives allege? Beneath an innocent exterior, are our lives complicit in a national project of theft, expropriation, oppression, and murder, or is America still the hope of the world? New York Times bestselling author Dinesh D’Souza says these questions are no mere… | read more »
American Grit, Tony Blankley, 978-1-59698-519-3, Hardcover, $27.95
In American Grit, nationally syndicated columnist Tony Blankley warns that President Obama’s administration is a potential disaster at a dangerous time for America.
An Economist for the Long Run, W.H. Hunt, 0-89526-797-7, Paperback, $$7.95
An Education for Our Time, Josiah Bunting III, 0-89526-369-6, Hardcover, Paperback, $24.95
General Josiah Bunting-Rhodes scholar, best-selling novelist, president of three distinguished colleges, including the Virginia Military Institute-draws a portrait of the ideal college when a billionaire leaves his fortune to found the ideal college in his name.
An Essay Concerning Human Understanding, John Locke, , Paperback, $$1.95
First published in 1690, and revised four times by the author, Locke’s Essay Concerning Human Understanding as enhanced his reputation that he eclipsed every rival for the intellectual leadership pf the age. Locke’s theory that the whole of our knowledge, as individuals, is derived from sensory experience involved a complete revolution in the hithero universally… | read more »
An Introduction to the Metaphysics of St. Thomas Aquinas, St. Thomas Aquinas, 1999, 978-0-89526-420-6, Paperback, $14.99
St. Thomas Aquinas is the central figure of scholasticism, embodying the highest achievements of Late Medieval thought. His work is remarkable demonstration of thoroughness, organization, and self assurance in the face of complexity and confusion.
Anastasia, , 9870895265362, Hardcover, $24.95
“Don’t forget me,” she wrote a friend in 1917. History has certainly not forgotten the youngest daughter of Nicholas II, Czar of all of Russia. Neither has it done her justice. An enduring legend has grown around her, once embellished by novels, motion pictures, television programs, a ballet, popular songs, and even comic books. Truth has… | read more »
Animalscam, Kathleen Marquardt, 0-89526-498-6, Hardcover, $24
This is the first book to reveal the truth behind animal rights activists’ deceptive claims and exposes the threat they pose to fundamental political, ethical, and religious values Americans cherish.
Are Pesticides Really Necessary?, , 0895268884, Paperback, $$6.95
He who has bread may have many troubles: He who lacks it has only one. Using the sly wisdom of this old Byzantine proverb, Keith C. Barrons leads the concerned layman of scientists alike on a guided tour of the symbiotic world of green plants, insects and man, always asking the question: Are pesticides really… | read more »
At Any Cost, Bill Sammon, 0-89526-227-4, Hardcover, $27.96
Sammon’s political thriller exposes all the behind-the-scenes manipulation and courtroom maneuvering that turned Florida’s election upside down.
At the Brink, John R. Lott Jr., 2013, 978-1-62157-051-6, Hardcover, $27.95
Over the past four years, President Barack Obama has systematically undermined every pillar of America’s strength and vitality—from the economy to health care to immigration to energy policy to personal liberty. With a bloated federal bureaucracy, staggering national debt, crippling unemployment, a crushing burden of regulation and red tape for private business and entrepreneurs, zealous… | read more »
At the Eye of the Storm, , 0895266342, Hardcover, $$14.95
Combining the provocative story of President Ronald Reagan’s most colorful Cabinet officer with an eyeopening exploration of the vast resources controlled by the Department of the Interior, author Ron Arnold creates an intriguing look at James G. Watt and the storms of controversy swirling around him. By focusing on the forces, people, issues, and dramatic… | read more »
Awesome Possum Family Band, Jimmy Osmond, 2014, 978-1621572114, Hardcover, $16.95
The Awesome Possum Family Band has been invited to sing on TV. It’s their big showbiz break and it’s time to let their talents shine! Everyone in the family knows what his or her special musical talent is, and the whole family is working together to get ready for the big day. That is, everyone… | read more »
Back in Action, Captain David Rozelle, 0-89526-041-7, Hardcover, $27.95
An inspiring story of a soldier dedicated to his troops and his country, who became the first amputee to return to active duty in Iraq!
Backfire, Bob Zelnick, 0-89526-455-2, Hardcover, $27.50
Zelnick traces how affirmative action was first sold as a short-term program designed to expand employer awareness of qualified minority job applicants, but has become a coercive network of racist laws, quotas, and entitlement programs.
Backstage at the Lincoln Assassination, Thomas A. Bogar, 2013, 978-1-62157-320-3, Hardcover, Paperback, $
April 14, 1865. A famous actor pulls a trigger in the presidential balcony, leaps to the stage and escapes, as the president lies fatally wounded. In the panic that follows, forty-six terrified people scatter in and around Ford’s Theater as soldiers take up stations by the doors and the audience surges into the streets chanting,… | read more »
Bad News, Russ Braley, 089526627X, Hardcover, $$22.50
The New York Times is the most enterprising American newspaper in the field of foreign policy. It maintains more foreign correspondents–at enormous expense–and publishes more foreign news than any other American news organization. This combined with its location in New York, the major headquarters of the two major wire services and the three television networks,… | read more »
Bankrupt, David Limbaugh, 0-59698-017-6, Hardcover, $27.95
The intellectual and moral bankruptcy of the Democratic Party, by a lawyer and syndicated columnist.
Beating Obamacare, Betsy McCaughey, 2013, 978-1-62157-079-0, Paperback, $$14.95
The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act has been a political football for years now, but as its provisions start going into effect, there’s still precious little information available on how it will impact you, your family, and your pocketbook. This 2,572 page document, nearly unreadable, will change your health care, your family budget, and… | read more »
Beating Obamacare 2014, Betsy McCaughey, 2014, 1621572420, Paperback, $16.95
For media inquiries, please contact Patricia Jackson at firstname.lastname@example.org or 202-677-4478. New Edition Fully Updated for 2014! INSIDE: A twenty-page sample bill showing what genuine health reform would look like title by title! Beating Obamacare 2014 by Betsy McCaughey, Ph.D. is the straightforward, practical guide to navigating Obamacare that every individual and family needs to own.… | read more »
Beau Geste, P.C. Wren, 1999, 978-0-89526-380-3, Paperback, $12.95
The preeminent adventure novel of the French Foreign Legion. Three noble English brothers battle a sadistic sergeant, fight violent desert tribes in North Africa, and unravel the mystery of a stolen jewel. Beau Geste has been filmed three times (not including Marty Feldman’t The Last Remake of Beau Geste in 1977): first in 1926 with… | read more »
Behind Enemy Lines, Mickey Edwards, 0-89526-621-0, Hardcover, $
Behind Enemy Lines is Mickey Edwards’ own story of his though uphill fight to assert conservative values as a freshman congressman and his battle to define the issues as a member of the Republican minority literally “behind enemy lines.” Behind Enemy Lines is also the story of his personal struggle against the entrenched forces of… | read more »
Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ, Lew Wallace, 1999, 978-0-89526-416-9, Paperback, $14.95
In this classic novel, the Roman Jew Ben-Hur is sent to the galleys as punishment for refusing to assist in the destruction of the Jewish people. On the way, Christ gives him water to drink. Later he meets the Savior again–on Christ’s path to Calvary. A beautiful and thrilling tale of heroism and conversion, Ben-Hur… | read more »
Betrayal, Bill Gertz, 0-89526-317-3, Hardcover, $27.95
Gertz tells the alarming story of how the Clinton administration has weakened our military and jeopardized our national security.
Between the Alps and a Hard Place, Angelo Codevilla, 2000, 0-89526-353-X, Hardcover, $27.95
What role did the Swiss government play and what are the implications of neutrality during wartime? What really happened to the billions of dollars worth of gold seized by Nazi Germany? Angelo Codevilla addresses these questions, and applies the lessons learned from WW II to the broader issue of companies-and countries-profiting during wartime.
Beyond Good and Evil, Friedrich Nietzsche, 0-89526-920-1, Paperback, $$3.95
In Beyond Good and Evil Nietzche asserts that humanity is at the end of a long experiment with morality. We have defined and refined out ideas of good and evil for so long, he says, that they are worn out. They slip through our fingers and have a disconcerting way of turning into their opposites… | read more »
Bias, Bernard Goldberg, 0-89526-190-1, Hardcover, $27.95
Goldberg takes you behind the cameras to witness scenes of jaw-dropping arrogance and ‘spin-cycle’ journalism.
Bias in the Booth, Dylan Gwinn, 2015, 978-1621573319, Hardcover, $27.99
America is a sports nation. Monday Night Football, March Madness, Opening Day—the tradition of sports-watching has become as treasured an American past-time as the tradition of playing sports. But has sports media become infected by the same political correctness that has taken over the rest of the media? In Bias in the Booth, sports radio host… | read more »
Black Belt Patriotism, Chuck Norris, 978-1-59698-558-2, Hardcover, $26.95
In the New York Times bestseller Black Belt Patriotism, Chuck Norris–martial arts master, actor, and concerned citizen–explores the dangers that are threatening our country and the solutions we need to strengthen our nation and reawaken the American dream.
Blood Feud: The Clintons vs. the Obamas, Edward Klein, 2014, 978-1-62157-313-5, Hardcover, $
Blood Feud is the #1 New York Times bestselling follow-up to The Amateur. Edward Klein delves into the rocky relationship between the Obamas and the Clintons.
Blue Collar Conservatives: Recommitting to an America That Works, Rick Santorum, 2014, 978-1621572398, Hardcover, $27.99
Get Your Free Chapter Now! Please sign me up for a FREE chapter from Rick Santorum’s Blue Collar Conservatives! About the Book: Once upon a time, Ronald Reagan was a Republican leader so charismatic he won over an entire segment of “Reagan Democrats.” Today, the Republican party can barely muster its own base. Former Republican… | read more »
Blue’s Bastards, Randy Herrod, 1989, 0-89526-549-4, Hardcover, $17.95
Seventeen-year-old Marine, Randy Herrod fought in Oliver North’s platoon in Vietnam known as “Blue Bastards” and tells his story of how he saved North’s life, only to have the favor returned when he faced a death sentence in the United States.
Bowing to Beijing, Brett M. Decker, William Triplett, II, 978-1-59698-289-5, Hardcover, $27.95
In Bowing to Beijing, Brett M. Decker and Bill Triplett cut through the fog of soothing, pro-China propaganda to reveal the disturbing truth: far from the gradually reforming “partner” portrayed by its many American apologists, China is an aggressive and rapidly militarizing criminal state feverishly striving to displace America as the world’s preeminent power.
Boy Clinton, R. Emmett Tyrrell, Jr., 0-89526-405-6, Paperback, $14.95
Tyrrell draws all the known facts about Clinton–plus many never before revealed–into the most comprehensive and illuminating biography ever written about a sitting U.S. president.
Boys Should Be Boys, Meg Meeker, M.D., 978-1-59698-057-0, Hardcover, $24.95
In Boys Should Be Boys, Meg Meeker, pediatrician and author of the critically acclaimed Strong Fathers, Strong Daughters, unlocks the secrets of what parents can do to restore some of the magic of boyhood and help their son become the man they want him to be.
Brain, Mind and Computers, Stanley L. Jaki, 0-89526-907-4, Paperback, $$5.95
In an age when computers are making ever greater inroads into out everyday lives, well may we ask: Do computers have intelligence? Are they living? have free will? exercise moral judgement? Dr. Stanley L. Jaki, historian and philosopher of science, deals with these and related questions in Brain, Mind and Computers, a thoroughly documented rebuttal… | read more »
Break of Noon, Paul Claudel, , Paperback, $$1.95
When Paul Claudel died in Paris at the age of eighty-seven, on February 23, 1955, it was recognized that the era in French letters dominated by the great “masters”–Proust, Valery, Gide and their fellows–had come to an end. Claudel, more than any of his contemporaries, had to wait a long time for his acceptance. Before… | read more »
Breakdown, Bill Gertz, 0-89526-178-0, Hardcover, $27.95
Extensive material on how Clinton administration mismanagement of both our military and our intelligence agencies made us sitting ducks for this kind of attack.
Breaking the Rules of Aging, David A. Lipschitz M.D., Ph.D., 0-89526-121-9, Hardcover, Paperback, $24.95
There is no one better than Dr. David, one of the country’s premier experts on aging and nutrition, to set us straight on the real rules of aging and pave the way toward a joyful ‘second half’.
Breakout, Newt Gingrich, 2013, 978-1-62157-021-9, Hardcover, $27.95
Bestselling author Newt Gingrich proposes a bold vision of the future: America is on the cusp of a renaissance, a new birth of technological and scientific innovation that will dramatically transform the prosperity and quality of life of every American. Our biggest enemy? Special interest groups, powerful lobbyists, and government bureaucrats who are determined to… | read more »
Brigham Young, Ed Breslin, 2013, 978-1-62157-040-0, Hardcover, $24.95
He was a carpenter. A visionary. A governor. A prophet. A pioneer. A preacher. A businessman. A temple-builder. Brigham Young loomed large in a tumultuous time. He helped found the state of Utah in the era of American Manifest Destiny. He rallied thousands around Mormonism, a new faith with powerful detractors who tried to stamp… | read more »
Brighter Baby, Brenda Adderly, Dr. Jay Gordon, 0-89526-393-9, Hardcover, $19.95
One of America’s leading pediatricians demonstrates how therapeutic baby massage–long known for its ability to improve bonding between parent and child–actually increases your baby’s IQ and measurably improves his or her physical health.
Brighter than the Baghdad Sun, Dan McGrory, Shyam Bhatia, 0-89526-251-7, Hardcover, $27.95
Using sensitive documents and insider sources-many of whom spoke at the risk of their lives-investigative reporters Shyam Bhatia and Dan McGrory pull back the veil on the Iraqi nuclear threat.
Bulldog Drummond, Henry Cyril "Sapper" McNeile, 1999, 978-0-89526-330-8, Paperback, $14.95
Hugh “Bulldog” Drummond, a British infantry officer in the first World War, finds postwar life as a civilian “incredibly tedious.” So he places a classified ad in the newspaper offering his services to anyone who can promise him adventure. A beautiful young lady answers his as with the story of two criminal masterminds blackmailing her… | read more »
Bully! The Life and Times of Theodore Roosevelt, Rick Marschall, 978-1-59698-154-6, Hardcover, $32.00
In a spectacular combination of riveting text and 250+ political cartoons, Rick Marschall tells TR’s story like never before.
Captain Blood, Rafael Sabatini, 1999, 978-0-89526-379-7, Paperback, $12.95
The young physician Peter Blood, wrongly convicted of treason during the reign of King James II, is exiled from England and sold into slavery in Jamaica. He escapes and becomes a pirate. Later he returns to England joining the Royal Navy in its efforts against France.
Churches on the Wrong Road, Rev. Stanley Atkins, Rev. Theodore McConnell, 0-89526-806-X, Paperback, $
Should any branch of the church take official positions injecting it into secular controversies on issues which it is possible, indeed reasonable and likely, for individuals to hold differing opinions in good conscience? This written symposium composed of well know and distinguished scholars, Christian authors, and churchmen think not, and state their arguments both convincingly… | read more »
Churchill: The Prophetic Statesman, James Humes, 2012, 978-1-59698-775-3, Hardcover, $27.95
Winston Churchill was known as a great leader and a fearless prime minister. But a fortune teller? Churchill: The Prophetic Statesman reveals the astonishingly accurate predictions of the famed British Prime Minister Winston Churchill and how his critics perceived them throughout his political career.
Clarence Thomas, Clarence Thomas, 978-0-89526-734-9, Paperback, $$7.95
Clarence Thomas endured the most grueling and difficult Senate confirmation in history. His eloquence and courage electrified Americans from all backgrounds. Even powerful senators were reluctant to challenge him. Justice Thomas made statements during the hearings that brought together most unholy political alliance this country has witnessed in years: Southern conservatives, poor blacks, the American… | read more »
Cleaning House, James K. Coyne, John H. Fund, 978-0-89526-516-8, Hardcover, $$21.95
Using an engaging and witty style that is far removed from civics textbooks, Cleaning House convincingly sets out the case for term limits and how Americans can get involved in making them a reality. The authors, a former congressman and noted journalist, have observed congress up close for years. Using their own experience and research,… | read more »
Code Blue, Edward R. Annis, 978-89526-515-X, Hardcover, $$21.95
Code Blue shows how the politically biased news media have skewed statistics to convince the public that Americans pay a higher price for inferior health care then other Western nations. In fact, Dr. Annis shows that Americans enjoy the best medical care the world has ever know and that socialist systems control costs by denying… | read more »
Conduct Unbecoming, Buzz Patterson, 978-59698-621-3, Hardcover, $27.95
Conduct Unbecoming reveals how Obama’s disregard for our military and a strong foreign policy is exposing us to unprecedented risks in the 21st century.
Confessions of a White House Ghostwriter, James Humes, 0-89526-433-1, Hardcover, $23.50
In this frank and witty memoir, Humes, the speechwriter for five presidents, reveals how vital political decisions and great political speeches were made.
Congress and the American Tradition, James Burnham, 978-0-89526-717-7, Paperback, $12.95
The central place of Congress in the American political tradition, the decline of its power and prestige during the present century, and the possibilities of restoring its influence constitute the themes of this brilliant book.
Contemporary Schools of Metascience, Gerard Radnitzky, , Paperback, $$5.95
Gerard Radnitzky develops a new perspective on the analysis of the growth of knowledge through metascientific methods. focusing on the two main contrasting contemporary schools–the Logical Empiricism of Anglo-Saxon philosophy and the Hermeneutic-Dialectic approach for relating the disciplines concerned with the study of man. He rejects the value-free stance borrowed from the natural sciences and… | read more »
Control Freaks, Terry Jeffrey, 978-1-59698-597-1, Hardcover, $27.95
Provocative and compelling, Control Freaks sounds the alarm that Barack Obama and the liberal establishment are stealing our liberties–and shows why we need to wake up and do something about it while they can still be stopped.
Coolidge, Robert Sobel, 1998, 0-89526-410-2, Hardcover, Paperback, $34.95
Negelected by historians, but one of the most successful presidents in historym Calvin Coolidge finally receives the recognition he deserves in this first biography in a generation.
Cops Under Fire, Larry McShane, 0-89526-357-2, Hardcover, $24.95
Veteran reporter Larry McShane gives the firsthand accounts of dozens of cases where the lives of officers doing their duty were changed forever.
Cosmos and Creator, Stanley L. Jaki, 0-89526-882-5, Paperback, $$8.95
Modern science has succeeded in showing that billions of years ago the physical universe was a relatively small though extremely specific entity whose subsequent evolution had to follow a most particular course. Such is a far cray from a “nebulous” or undifferentiated cosmic origin, a notion very dear to materialists, old and new. The startling… | read more »
Countdown to Terror, Curt Weldon, 0-89526-005-0, Hardcover, $27.95
Congressman Curt Weldon exposes a deeply dysfunctional culture and perverse political agendas in American intelligence that are endangering American security.
Courting Disaster, Marc Thiessen, 2010, 978-1-59698-603-9, Hardcover, $29.95
Courting Disaster shows how America’s dedi ¬cated intelligence professionals went head-to-head with the world’s most dangerous terrorists, and won–only to have Barack Obama expose Amer ¬ica’s secrets to the enemy, endorse smears against our intelligence officers, and put them at risk of prosecution for defending our country.
Creation and Discovery, Eliseo Vivas, , Paperback, $$4.95
These essays on criticism and aesthetics are not only lucid and serious introduction to the field, but are also intended for those well acquainted with it, and are equally relevant to both literature and philosophy. Included in this volume are brilliant analyses and critiques of works of such writers as Dostoevsky, Kafka, Dreiser and James,… | read more »
Crimes Against Liberty, David Limbaugh, 2010, 978-1-59698-624-4, Hardcover, $29.95
Skillfully unraveling the tangled web of Obama’s broken promises and blatant fabrications, bestselling author David Limbaugh constructs an air-tight indictment of Obama, charging him with ambitiously unraveling the Constitution and ultimately stripping of us our God-given freedoms.
Cross-Cultural Adoption, Amy Coughlin, Caryn Abramowtiz, 0-89526-092-1, Hardcover, $18.95
A unique guidebook that includes a Q&A section, an eye-opening list of Dos and Don’ts for well-meaning adult relations and friends, and informative overviews of the top ten countries from which American parents adopt.
Crucified Again, Raymond Ibrahim, 2013, 978-1-62157-025-7, Hardcover, $27.95
Two thousand years after St. Stephen, the first Christian martyr, was stoned to death for his faith, Christians are once again being systematically persecuted on a large scale and with lethal cruelty. Their antagonists? Adherents of radical Islam. The violent persecution of Christians by Muslims is now a global human rights crisis, but it has… | read more »
Culture of Corruption, Michelle Malkin, 978-1-59698-109-6, Hardcover, Paperback, $27.95
In her devastating exposÃ©, Culture of Corruption, bestselling author and investigative reporter Michelle Malkin cites example after example of Team Obama’s corrupt dealings and abuses of power. Malkin shows how Obama has hand-picked a team that will do his dirty work for him and exposes dozens of corrupt dealings–all of which the liberal media would rather keep hidden.
Curtis LeMay, Warren Kozak, 2014, 978-1-62157-299-2, Hardcover, Paperback, $
Military biographer Warren Kozak traces the trajectory of America’s most innovative–and vilified–military commander. Giving an unprecedented glimpse into his controversial might and mind, Kozak shows why today, more than ever, America needs another man like Curtis LeMay.
D-Day Encyclopedia, Barrett Tillman, 978-1-62157-287-9, Paperback, $
This unique encyclopedia provides detailed entries for everything you ever wanted to know about D-Day, the invasion of Normandy. Organized alphabetically, the entries give detailed descriptions of weapons, equipment, divisions, air and naval units, geography, terminology, personalities, and more. Every Allied division that crossed the English Channel on June 6, 1944 has its own listing… | read more »
Dangerous Diplomacy, Joel Mowbry, 0-89526-110-3, Hardcover, $27.95
Journalist Joel Mowbray exposes the mixed allegiances, hidden agendas, and outright anti-Americanism found in the U.S. State Department.
Das Kapital, Karl Marx, 1999, 978-0-89526-711-5, Paperback, $$14.95
Das Kapital, Karal Marx’s seminal work, is the book that above all others formed the twentieth century. From Kapital sprung the economic and political systems that at one time dominated half the earth and for nearly a century kept the world on the brink of war. Even today, more then one billion Chinese citizens live under… | read more »
Dead Men Risen, Toby Harnden, 2014, 978-1621572718, Hardcover, $32.99
Dead Men Risen, winner of the prestigious Orwell Prize for Books, is the epic story of a beleaguered British battle group fighting desperately to prevent the Taliban from seizing Afghanistan’s Helmand province just as the U.S. Marines arrive to take over. Bestselling author Toby Harnden describes how men from the coal mining valleys and slate… | read more »
Deadly Consequences, Robert Maginnis, 2013, 978-1-62157-190-2, , $27.95
The Obama administration has announced its intention to change the long-standing combat exclusion policy that limited women to support jobs in the military; now women can hunker down in foxholes on the frontlines. President Obama is dead set on eviscerating our military by pushing women to the frontlines. He isn’t the only one to blame,… | read more »
Defending the Free Market, Rev. Robert A. Sirico, 2012, 978-1-59698-325-0, Hardcover, $27.95
“In this thought-provoking and insightful book, Father Robert A. Sirico proves that capitalism not only fosters material success, but ensures a more ethical and moral society as well.”
Dereliction of Duty, Buzz Patterson, 0-89526-140-5, Hardcover, $
The book every American concerned about our national security has been waiting for–written by a military man who was an eyewitness inside the Clinton White House, and who can no longer in good conscience keep silent.
Devouring Freedom, W. James Antle III, 2013, 978-1-62157-052-3, Hardcover, $$27.95
Government keeps growing, while our freedoms – and pocketbooks – keep shrinking. As America faces another four years of radical government expansion, columnist James Antle asks in Devouring Freedom, “Can big government ever be stopped?” It’s a problem that’s been fed from both sides of the aisle as politicians for generations have tried to buy their… | read more »
Diet Simple, Katherine Tallmadge, 2002, 0-89526-185-5, Hardcover, $21.95
Washington celebrity nutritionist Katherine Tallmadge offers dieters a wealth of strategies, recipes, and tricks to healthfully shed pounds, making it fun and easy to lose weight.
Digital Destiny, Shawn DuBravac, 2015, 978-1-62157-373-9, Hardcover, $29.99
In Digital Destiny: How the New Age of Data Will Change the Way We Live, Work, and Communicate, Shawn DuBravac, chief economist and senior director of research at the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA), argues that the groundswell of digital ownership unfolding in our lives signals the beginning of a new era for humanity. Beyond just… | read more »
Disinformation, Richard Miniter, 895260069, Hardcover, $27.95
With hard evidence, high-level interviews, and on-the-ground reporting, veteran investigative reporter and bestselling author Miniter debunks the myths that are undermining America’s wartime morale and confusing the discussion of vital issues.
Disney, Peter Schweizer, Rochelle Schweizer, 0-89526-387-4, Hardcover, $24.95
In this expose, the authors reveal new and exclusive information on the Disney Company that Michael Eisner doesn’t want America to know.
Divider-in-Chief, Kate Obenshain, 2012, 9781621570110, Hardcover, $27.95
President Obama claims his policies are designed to help America and unite the country. Yet in Divider-in-Chief, Kate Obenshaing reveals how Obama resorts to class warfare demagoguery to advans his stunningly ideological agenda.
Don’t Let the Kids Drink the Kool-Aid, Marybeth Hicks, 2011, 978-1-59698-151-5, Hardcover, $24.95
Columnist and author Marybeth Hicks reveals, with shocking confessions from the activists themselves, how liberals and socialists, atheists and radical environmentalists, have waged a continuous and largely successful campaign of propaganda in our schools and popular culture in an attempt to create a permanent Leftist majority that will usher in a very different America, with a new generation that expects to be dependent on the federal government.
Drill Here, Drill Now, Pay Less, Newt Gingrich, Vince Haley, 2008, 978-1-59698-576-6, Paperback, $14.95
In the New York Times bestseller Drill Here, Drill Now Pay Less, Newt Gingrich presents a bold plan for America’s energy independence.
Drinking with the Saints, Michael P. Foley, 2015, 978-1-62157-326-5, Hardcover, $26.99
Pub crawl your way through the religious calendar with this light-hearted collection of cocktail recipes, monastical lure, Latin toasts, and recommendations on spirits, wine, and beer for every season! With delicious recipes from “The Monk” (Gin, Lemon juice, Benedictine) to “The Bonny Scott” (Scotch, Drambuie, Calvados, Passion fruit), this book is one part bartender’s guide… | read more »
Economic Logic, Mark Skousen, 0-89526-221-5, Paperback, $29.95
Economic Logic is not your typical economics textbook. Rather, it is a revolutionary approach to the world of economics, presented in a logical step-by-step format in terms anyone can understand.
Edmund Burke: Selected Writings and Speeches, Edmund Burke, 1999, 978-0-89526-407-7, Paperback, $24.99
Peter J. Stanlis has collected the quintessential works and speeches of statesman and political philosopher Edmund Burke. Included is Burke’s defense of the American colonists, his advocacy of secure property rights, his love of Christianity and Europe’s moral tradition, and his impassioned jeremiad against the destructive French Revolution.
Emily Gets Her Gun, Emily Miller, 2013, 978-1-62157-192-6, Hardcover, $27.95
In the wake of tragic shootings in Newtown and Aurora, the anti-gun lobby has launched a campaign of lies, distortion, misrepresentation, and emotional manipulation that is breathtaking in its vitriol and its denial of basic facts. Their goal is to take away our Second Amendment rights and then disarm law-abiding Americans. Emily Miller tells her… | read more »
Endgame, Paul Vallely, Thomas McInerney, 2004, 0-89526-066-2, Hardcover, Paperback, $27.95
Two retired generals who appear regularly on FOX News share their expertise on our forces’ key strengths–advanced technology and superior covert operations.
Environmental Overkill, , 0-89526-512-5, Hardcover, $19.95
In Environmental Overkill, Dr. Ray illustrates how good stewardship of the environment, scientific honesty, and even our constitutional liberties based on property rights are being consciously endangered by environmental extremists, scare-mongering journalists, media-conscious scientists, “visionary” politicians, power-hungry bureaucrats, regulate-to-defeat-the-competition big business leaders , and rapacious lawyers.
Epidemic, Meg Meeker, M.D., 0-89526-143-X, Hardcover, $24.95
The story of this serious epidemic and the pattern of political correctness and marketing hype that has caused this tidal wave of sexually transmitted disease.
Essay on Metaphysics, R.J. Collingwood, , Paperback, $$3.45
In this classic analysis of metaphysics, the branch of philosophy that scholars in turn either hail as the source of all wisdom or condemn as dangerous nonsense, Collingwood steers a middle course. Although he takes exception to the ontological attributes derived from Aristotle, he holds nevertheless that there is a proper science of metaphysics. This… | read more »
Ethics 1 Politics 1, Aristotle, , Paperback, $.65
It is with a view of determining the chief human good for the individual and the community alike, that Aristotle wrote his Ethics and Politics, the first book of each is reprinted her. These two books are among those few which have most influenced the moulding of life and character of Western man. This Gateway… | read more »
Euthyphro, Crito, Apology and Symposium, , 0-89526-916-3, Paperback, $$2.95
The four Dialogues in this volume were carefully selected by the eminent Plato scholar Moses Hadas as “a kind of beatification of Socrates. his pre-eminence in reason, his devotion to his mission, his selfless concern for the spiritual welfare of his fellow men, the purity of his life, even his social gifts, are underscored.”
Evanescence, William Earle, 0-89526-830-2, Paperback, $
Evanesence looks into some shadows of thought which, while having their own sense, tend to disappear in the light of full rational investigation. God, the World, and the Soul are central but not exclusive themes. From this pint of view, we hover between what is eternally clear and what, in principle, it not. It concludes… | read more »
Every Heart Attack is Preventable, Michael Mogadam, 0-89526-207-X, Hardcover, $21.95
Dr. Mogadam highlights the 20 risk factors associated with heart disease, of which Cholesterol is only one, and offers a step-by-step guide to avoiding-or controlling-all of them.
Existence and Being, Martin Heidegger, 089526935X, , $$8.95
Heidergger’s aim in these essays is to reawaken the fundamental question “What is meant by Being?” The four essays include here are complementary and have an organic unity; two of them deal with the essence of metaphysics, the study of Being and the other two with the essence of poetry, language used creatively. The introduction… | read more »
Existential Psychoanalysis, Jean-Paul Sartre, 1999, 978-0-89526-702-3, Paperback, $19.99
Criticizes modern psychology in general, and Freud’s determinism in particular. His often brilliant analysis of these areas and his proposals for their correction indicate in what direction an existential psychoanalysis might be developed.
Exstential Phenomenology and Political Theory, , , Paperback, $$3.95
In the past few decades phenomenology has left its imprint not only on philosophy but also on many branches of social sciences, including psychology, psychiatry, and sociology. In the present volume Professor Jung extends the implications of the new philosophy to the realm of political science. Essays by Sartre, Merleau-Ponty, Camus, Arendt, Wild and several other… | read more »
Facts, Not Fear, Jane Shaw, Michael Sanera, 0-89526-293-2, Paperback, $17.95
The first guidebook to help parents counter the irresponsible claims of environmental issues the encounter-Facts, Not Fear sets the record straight, in simple, non-technical language.
Fallible Man, Paul Ricoeur, , Paperback, $
Philosopher, Sorbonne Professor, collaborator on Esprit and Yale Terry Lecturer, one of Europe’s foremost contemporary scholars gives a new dimension to Phenomenology with a profound analysis of man, the “flawed creature.” Brilliant exponent and translator of Husserl, noted critic of the thought of Marcel and Jaspers, Paul Ricoeur today ranks along side Heidegger, Merleau-Ponty and… | read more »
Families, Harold M. Voth, 0-89526-619-9, Hardcover, $$10.95
The vitality and growth of society as we know it in the Western nations is directly related to the aggregate vitality of the individuals who make up that society. At the center of this vitality is the family.
Fast and Furious, Katie Pavlich, 978-1-59698-321-2, Hardcover, $27.95
In her stunning new exposÃ©, Fast and Furious: Obama’s Bloodiest Scandal and Its Shameless Cover-Up, Townhall editor Katie Pavlich blows the lid off a scandal that just might bring down the Obama Administration. From its ill-conceived conception to its dangerous execution to the Obama administration’s shameless cover-up, Pavlich explains exactly what the Fast and Furious operation entailed, who was involved, and how the White House will stop at nothing to advance its anti-gun agenda.
Fat City, Donald Lambro, 0-89526-680-6, Hardcover, $12.95
Fat City is a taxpayer’s report showing how, where, and why the U.S. government misspends our money, and how it can reduce the amount it wastes. Instead of $40,000 for Congress’ floral service $4.8 million for chauffeured VIP limousines, and $1 billion for fat consultant contracts, the money could be used to increase the weekly… | read more »
Fatal Dive, Peter Stevens, 978-1-62157-425-5, Hardcover, Paperback, $
The disappearance of the USS Grunion submarine has been one of World War II’s greatest mysteries–until now. In Fatal Dive, author Peter F. Stevens reveals the incredible true story of the search for and discovery of the USS Grunion–and the Navy’s shocking cover-up of the submarine’s vanishment.
Fidel, Humberto Fontova, 0-89526-043-3, Hardcover, $27.95
Shocking confirmation of our worst fears about Castro, and how he still remains American liberals’ favorite dictator.
Fighting Back, Bill Sammon, 0-89526-149-9, Hardcover, Paperback, $27.95
Award-winning White House correspondent Bill Sammon goes behind the scenes with President George W. Bush and his team as they lead our nation on a new kind of war.
Finding Peter, William Peter Blatty, 2015, 978-1-62157-332-6, Hardcover, $27.99
For those who have lost a loved one to that liar and fraud named Death. So reads the dedication of William Peter Blatty’s Finding Peter, a deeply moving memoir that tests the bounds of grief, love, and the soul. Blatty, the bestselling author and Oscar Award-winning screenwriter of The Exorcist, lived a charmed life among the elite… | read more »
First Principles, Hugh Hewitt, 0-89526-793-4, Paperback, $12.95
Students entering college will encounter differing viewpoints on primary questions concerning our society. What is the role of government in our everyday lives? Should the United States actively battle Communist governments? How should we deal with poverty? If they don’t think through the issues, students will tend to adopt fro themselves whatever their professors or… | read more »
Flat Tax Revolution, Steve Forbes, 2005, 895260409, Hardcover, $24.95
A revolutionary look at a fair, uncomplicated tax system that’s sure to make an appearance in front of Congress and President Bush to change the American way of life for good.
For the Record, Felix Morley, 0-89526-687-3, Hardcover, $$15.00
In For the Record, journalist Felix Morley, “relived the whole as it transpired,” and in so doing presents a fascinating picture of his own life and the times.
Forgotten Fifteenth, Barrett Tillman, 2014, 978-1621572084, Hardcover, $29.95
November 1943—May 1945: The U.S. Army Air Forces waged an unprecedentedly dogged and violent campaign against Hitler’s vital oil production and industrial plants on the Third Reich’s southern flank. Flying from southern Italy, far from the limelight enjoyed by the Eighth Air Force in England, the Fifteenth Air Force engaged in high-risk missions spanning most of… | read more »
Forty Years Against the Tide, Carl T. Curtis, 0-89526-590-7, Hardcover, $$18.95
In 1938, a young country lawyer, Carl T. Curtis won the seat in the House of Representatives of Nebraska’s Fourth Congressional District. He joined in Washington the Republic opposition, outnumbered three to one by New Deal Democrats. Curtis then had three principal objectives: to resist the enlarging of FDR’s New Deal; to work for flood… | read more »
Founding Rivals, Chris DeRose, 2011, 978-1-59698-192-8, Hardcover, $27.95
Founding Rivals reveals one of the most important but untold stories in American history–the tale of the high-stakes political battle between two future presidents–James Madison and James Monroe.
Freddy the Frogcaster, Janice Dean, 2013, 978-1-62157-084-4, Hardcover, $16.95
Free Freddy the Frogcaster Activity Guides! Download these free activity guides, full of experiments that you and your kids can do together to learn more about the weather! Activities like these spark a life-long love of learning and science. Enjoy them with your kids today! The Weather Experiments Activity Guide includes instructions for three fun weather experiments,… | read more »
Freddy the Frogcaster and the Big Blizzard, Janice Dean, 2014, 978-1621572541, Hardcover, $16.99
There’s a blizzard blowing toward Lilypad and someone has to warn the frogs! Frog News Network meteorologist Sally Croaker is busy in the newsroom and Polly Woggins is preparing for live broadcasts in the snow. It’s up to Freddy the Frogcaster to spread the news and get everyone prepared for the snow storm! The second… | read more »
Freddy the Frogcaster and the Huge Hurricane, Janice Dean, 2015, 978-1-62157-260-2, Hardcover, $16.99
Freddy the Frogcaster is tracking the weather at Frog News Network when he realizes a huge hurricane is coming! Can the town of Lilypad prepare for the storm in time? Can Freddy report the weather on TV and make sure his family and friends are safe? Fox News Meteorologist Janice Dean “The Weather Machine” continues… | read more »
Freedom in the Workplace, Samuel Cook, 895260352, Hardcover, $35.00
As former counsel to ABC, an employers association, Samuel Cook exposes the hidden facts of his client’s heroic crusade against compulsory unionism.
Freedomnomics, John R. Lott Jr., 1596985062, Hardcover, $27.95
Entertaining, persuasive, and based on dozens of economic studies spanning decades, Freedomnomics not only shows how free markets really work–but proves that, when it comes to promoting prosperity and economic justice, nothing works better.
From Sea to Shining Sea, Callista Gingrich, 2014, 978-1621572534, Hardcover, $14.99
Ellis the Elephant is back and ready for another adventure in American history! In From Sea to Shining Sea, the fourth installment of Callista Gingrich’s New York Times bestselling series, Ellis explores the early years of the United States and heads west into uncharted territory with Lewis and Clark. In previous books, Sweet Land of Liberty, Land of the Pilgrims’… | read more »
From Under the Rubble, Alexander Solzhenitsyn, 0-89526-890-6, Paperback, $$10.95
Constitutes a devastating attack on the Soviet regime, a moral indictment of the liberal West, and a Christian manifesto calling for a new society.
Funding Fathers, Nicole Hoplin, Ron Robinson, 978-1-59698-562-9, Hardcover, $27.95
In Funding Fathers, authors Ron Robinson and Nicole Hoplin tell the untold, behind-the-scenes stories of the men and women who made the Conservative Movement the giant force it is today.
Gabriel Macel, Seymour Cain, 0-89526-905-8, Paperback, $$3.95
In his thoughtful appraisal of a thinker who deserves to be more widely read than he has been, the author examines and elucidates Marcel’s philosophical writings as well as his vast, much neglected literary output. A complete bibliography of Marcel’s writings is included.
Game Plan, Kevin D. Freeman, 2014, 978-1621572008, Hardcover, $27.95
Game Plan is the first “how to” investment handbook of its type. It presents emerging cyber-economic threats and provides a comprehensive game plan of response for investors at all levels. Author Kevin Freeman explains that there is no “one size fits all” financial plan, as events are happening quickly and challenges can morph suddenly. Just as… | read more »
Gangster Government, David Freddoso, 978-1-59698-648-0, Hardcover, $27.95
Gangster Government is a devastating and revealing look at the momentous first two years of the Obama administration and its subversion of our Constitution and laws.
General Alexander Lebed, Alexander Lebed, 0-89526-422-6, Hardcover, $29.95
In this brawling autobiography, Russian General Alexander Lebed, tells his dramatic and violent life story: from his early years as a champion boxer, to the killing fields of Afghanistan and the breakaway Soviet Republics.
George S. Patton, Michael Keane, 2014, 978-1-62157-298-5, Hardcover, Paperback, $
Comprehensive and inspiring, Patton: Blood, Guts and Prayer is an extraordinary look at the public and private life of one of World War II’s most storied generals.
George Washington and Benedict Arnold, Dave Palmer, 1-59698-020-6, Hardcover, Paperback, $
In this enthralling new dual biography–one of the very few to deal with Benedict Arnold–military historian and former superintendent of West Point Dave R. Palmer shows how and why George Washington became the father of our country while Benedict Arnold became a man without a country.
George Washington’s Military Genius, Dave Palmer, 2012, 978-1-59698-791-3, Hardcover, $27.95
Confronting the critics who say George Washington’s victories were due to luck, not skill, George Washington’s Military Genius by Dave R. Palmer proves why the father of our country also deserves the title of America’s preeminent military strategist.
Getting It Right, William F. Buckley, Jr., 0-89526-138-3, Hardcover, Paperback, $24.95
Bill Buckley’s best novel to date follows the key figures in the formation of the conservative movement in the 1950s and `60s.
Ghosts on the Roof, Terry Teachout, 0-89526-765-9, Hardcover, $$24.95
Whittaker Chambers is one of the most controversial figures in modern American history–a former Communist spy who left the party, testified against Alger Hiss before the House UnAmerican Activities Committee and wrote a classical autobiography, Witness.
Global Filipino, Brett M. Decker, 978-1-59698-019-8, Hardcover, $27.95
In Global Filipino, author Brett Decker offers a behind the scenes look at the man at the center of power of one of America’s most important allies. Since his meteoric rise to become Speaker of the Philippine House of Representatives in 1992, Jose de Venecia has been the foremost architect for policies of development and peace making in the Philippines.
God and Man at Yale, William F. Buckley, Jr., 2002, 978-0-89526-692-7, Paperback, $18.95
The fiftieth anniversary edition of a New York Times bestseller! Two months out of college, William F. Buckley, Jr. wrote a book giving his reaction to how one student, a Christian conservative, experienced and reacted to a postwar education at Yale.
God and the Cosmologist, Stanley L. Jaki, 0-89526-749-7, Paperback, $$10-95
One famous cosmologist claims that our universe may be a laboratory product from another universe. According to another the universe just happened by sheer chance. Still another argues that God himself could not have produced a different universe. Not surprisingly, the same cosmologist boasts of his atheism and gladly suffers being written up as master… | read more »
God, Guns & Rock and Roll, Ted Nugent, 2000, 0-89526-279-7, Hardcover, $24.95
Rock and Roll legend, Ted Nugent, contends that a lot of what is wrong with this country could be remedied by a simple, but controversial concept, gun ownership. Nugent shares his “Warrior spirit”-a strict code of ethics, safety, and discipline, and offers suggestions on how to live like a hero and pass that code down to your children.
Good Day!, Paul Batura, 978-1-59698-101-0, Hardcover, Paperback, $27.95
In this heartwarming book, author Paul J. Batura follows the remarkable life of one of the founding fathers of the news media: Paul Harvey.
Good Enough to Be Great, Josh Barr, 0-89526-115-4, Hardcover, $24.95
With cooperation from Coach Gary Williams and his star players, Washington Post sportswriter Josh Barr sets up the tournament run with several heart-wrenching tales of overcoming adversity, expectations, and even tragedy.
Goodbye, Good Men, Michael Rose, 0-89526-144-8, Hardcover, $27.95
For anyone who has asked how pedophiles or predatory homosexual priests could possibly have been tolerated–here is the answer, in the most explosive book on the Catholic Church in a generation.
Gore, Bob Zelnick, 0-89526-326-2, Hardcover, $29.95
Drawn from in-depth research, interviews, and investigation of Al Gore by the respected ABC News reporter Bob Zelnick, who lost his job for writing this controversial book. Zelnick takes you inside the life and mind of the next Democratic Presidential nominee.
Government Assistance Alamanac 1988, J. robert Dumouchel, 0-89526-779-9, Paperback, $$24.95
Some 1,052 government domestic programs are available to help everyone from veterans to farmers to city officials. In an easy-to-use format, this second edition includes a cross-referenced, 113-page index to help you find exactly which programs you are eligible for. A 30-page “how-to” section shows you how to get help from the federal government for… | read more »
Grant and Lee, Edward Bonekemper, III, 2012, 978-1-62157-010-3, Paperback, $$19.95
Grant and Lee: Victorious American and Vanquished Virginian is a comprehensive, multi-theater, war-long comparison of the command skills of Ulysses S. Grant and Robert E. Lee. Written by Edward H. Bonekemper III, Grant and Lee clarifies the impact both generals had on the outcome of the Civil War—namely, the assistance that Lee provided to Grant by Lee’s excessive… | read more »
Green Hell, Steve Milloy, 978-1-59698-585-8, Hardcover, $27.95
Green Hell is a one-of-a-kind, comprehensive takedown of the entire environmental movement that will open your eyes to a looming threat to our economy, our civil liberties, and the entire American way of life.
Gunny’s Rules, R. Lee Ermey, 2013, 978-1-62157-159-9, Hardcover, $27.95
Put down your sissy drink with its umbrella, get off your backside, and square yourself away. Get fit, get a job, and get yourself some self-respect. America’s favorite, most in-your-face sarge is going to show you how to get squared away like a Marine. R. Lee “Gunny” Ermey, of The History Channel’s Mail Call, takes time… | read more »
H. L. Mencken’s Smart Set Criticism, H. L. Mencken, 0-89526-231-2, Paperback, $14.95
In this powerful book Mencken battles against conventional thinking; from Emerson to Shaw, Twain to Joyce, and teetotalers to psychoanalysts.
Hamilton Fish, Hamilton Fish, 0-89526-531-1, Hardcover, $$19.95
For three-quarters of a century, he exerted political clout in both New York Sate and the nation. His friends and enemies were among the celebrated and the powerful, the illustrious and infamous. He saw history being made. He made history himself. These are the memories of Hamilton Fish: his colorful life, the people who were… | read more »
Hannibal, Ross Leckie, 0-89526-385-8, Paperback, $14.95
Leckie tells the heroic story of Hannibal, commander of the Carthaginian army, who leads his army of mercenaries and elephants over the Alps in the middle of winter, invades Italy, and inflicts upon the Romans a series of astonishing, crippling defeats.
Hap Arnold, Bill Yenne, 2014, 978-1-62157-300-5, Hardcover, Paperback, $
General Henry Harley “Hap” Arnold is widely considered the father of the United States Air Force. But his long list of accomplishments doesn’t begin or end there. He was also the first and only five-star general of the US Air Force; one of the first US military aviators; the first American to carry air mail;… | read more »
Harvard Hates America, John LeBoutillier, 0-89526-688-1, Hardcover, $$7.95
“Angry Young Man” could just as well be used to describe the 25-year-old author of this abrasive book about Harvard University and the sorry state of America’s leadership. He’s angry because–like bright young men of his earlier generations–he went to Harvard expecting to receive the best education America could offer and found instead an atmosphere… | read more »
Hatred’s Kingdom, Dore Gold, 0-89526-135-9, Hardcover, $27.95
The former Israeli ambassador to the UN pieces together the links between the current wave of global terrorism–from the World Trade Center to Bali, Indonesia–and the culture of hatred fostered throughout Saudi Arabia.
Healing Outside the Margins, Carole O'Toole, Carolyn Hendricks, 0-89526-193-6, Hardcover, Paperback, $21.95
Helps you establish a plan using multiple treatments, and then evaluate the various therapies, physicians, and programs available.
Healthy Lunchbox, Rallie McAllister, 0-89526-137-5, Hardcover, Paperback, $19.95
Through her work with hundreds of families, Dr. McAllister shows you how to take advantage of your nutritional clout and transition your family into a healthier lifestyle.
Heart Sense for Women, Jan Sinatra, Steven Sinatra, 0-89526-259-2, Hardcover, $21.95
Heart disease kills more women than men, yet it’s still thought of as a “man’s disease.” Heart Sense for Women explains why women are consistently misdiagnosed and shows how to assess your own risk of heart disease.
Hell to Pay, Barbara Olson, 0-89526-274-6, Hardcover, $27.95
In this New York Times bestseller, television commentator and former Congressional investigator Barbara Olson reveals the real Hillary-including her often disturbing complicity in her husband’s wrongdoing, and her big-government agenda for the future.
High Crimes and Misdemeanors, Ann Coulter, 1998, 0-89526-360-2, Hardcover, $24.95
Coulter combs through the evidence to answer all the questions that are keeping the Clinton administration embroiled in scandal–the likes of which out nation has never seen.
Higher Purpose, Tom Whittaker, 0-89526-199-5, Hardcover, $$27.95
In the years since losing his leg to a drunk driver, Tom Whittaker has not only taken his life back, he’s taken his family, fellow sportsmen, and hundreds of thousands of disabled and able-bodied people to the top of the world.
Hill Rat, John Jackley, 0-89526-529-X, Hardcover, $$21.95
A veteran aide and press secretary to three congressmen on Capitol Hill, John Jackley takes you behind Congress’s closed doors and into the corrupt back alleys of power.
Hollow Men, Charles Sykes, 0-89526-539-7, Hardcover, $19.95
Sykes uses Dartmouth College as a case study to show how American higher education is turning out hollow men and women–apathetic, ignorant, and empty of the civilizational patrimony that should be theirs.
Hollywood Traitors, Allan H. Ryskind, 2015, 978-1-62157-206-0, Hardcover, $29.99
Allan Ryskind, son of Marx Brothers screenwriter Morrie Ryskind (Animal Crackers, A Night at the Opera, Room Service) unleashes a politically incorrect barrage on the blacklisted Communists in the film industry, ripping off the halos that have been put over their heads, and exposing how these supposed liberal paragons not only adored Josef Stalin, but… | read more »
Holy War, Unholy Victory, Kurt Lohbeck, 0-89526-499-4, Hardcover, $24.00
The only full-time American journalist to cover the Soviet-Afghan war uncovers a web of intrigue of more than half a dozen of the world’s intelligence agencies and their covert activities.
Honour Be Damned, Tom Connery, 0-89526-252-5, Hardcover, $21.92
While battling ship-to-ship action testing Markham’s wits and courage he encounters an unexpected figure from his past who overturns everything.
Honour Redeemed, Tom Connery, 0-89526-276-2, Hardcover, $$21.95
Markham’s bravery shines through again as he leads his men into the battle to wrest Corsica from the French. But Markham learns that the sting of conflict can be less dangerous than the deceit and treachery of espionage, with the French always one step ahead of the British.
Hoofmarks, Michael Wynne, 0-89526-673-3, Paperback, $
A collection of 12 contrasting tales of the widely diverse sub-culture that man’s ancient association with the horse has brought into being: the world of horse shows, hunts, cattle ranches, rodeos and race meetings and the psychological and valuational conflicts and aspirations this environment engenders.
Hoover’s FBI, Deke DeLoach, 1995, 978-0-89526-428-2, Paperback, $17.95
DeLoach offers insider history about the world’s most famous law enforcement agency, from the assassinations of John F. Kennedy and Martin Luther King Jr., FBI crusades against organized crime and the Communist party, and “secret files” Hoover allegedly kept to blackmail hostile members of Congress.
House Mouse, Senate Mouse, Cheryl Barnes, Peter Barnes, 2012, 978-1-59698-790-6, Hardcover, $16.95
Teaching children about the Senate, House of Representatives, and the Capitol building, Cheryl and Peter Barnes’ House Mouse, Senate Mouse gives kids an entertaining and educational look at the legislative process while teaching them the values of hard work and compromise.
How Civilizations Die, David Goldman, 978-1-59698-273-4, Hardcover, $27.95
In How Civilizations Die, David P. Goldman–author of the celebrated “Spengler” column read by intelligence organizations worldwide–reveals how, almost unnoticed, massive shifts in global power are remaking our future.
How I Helped O.J. Get Away with Murder, Mike Gilbert, 978-1-59698-551-3, Hardcover, $27.95
After twenty years as O.J.’s sports agent and trusted confidant, Mike Gilbert is breaks his silence, revealing what really happened that fateful night, and how he helped O.J. get away with the crime of the century.
How the Catholic Church Built Western Civilization, Cardinal Antonio Canizares, Thomas Woods Jr., 2012, 9781596983281, Paperback, $16.95
From modern economics to western art and music, from modern science to international law, the Catholic Church has contributed much to the development of our civilization–but rarely gets credit for it. Until now.
How to Create Tax-Exempt Wealth, Jonathan Blattmachr, William Culp, 0-89526-210-X, Hardcover, $34.95
This is the ultimate guide to estate planning-through life insurance. In it, consumers and their financial planners can learn concepts and strategies used by top planners to create, protect, and transfer tax-exempt wealth.
How to Prosper During the Hard Times Ahead, Howard Ruff, 0-89526-313-0, Hardcover, $24.95
Howard Ruff urges you to think the unthinkable and prepare yourself for years of profound economic and political upheaval.
How to Survive Your Doctor’s Care, Pamela Gallin, 0-892526-120-0, Hardcover, $24.95
Offers invaluable counsel–from the one of the country’s leading pediatric surgeons–for every American in need of medical treatment.
Hunting the President, Mel Ayton, 2014, 978-1621572077, Hardcover, $29.95
Sign up for a FREE chapter! EMAIL: Please send me a FREE chapter from Hunting the President! About the Book: In American history, four U.S. Presidents have been murdered at the hands of an assassin. In each case the assassinations changed the course of American history. But most historians have overlooked or downplayed the… | read more »
I Believe in Genevieve, Jenny Craig, Wendy Edelson, 2013, 978-1-62157-085-1, Hardcover, $16.95
Genevieve (Jenny) has a deep adoration for horses and she wants nothing more than to ride in the big horse show at the end of the summer. But she and her horse, Candy Ride, need to get healthy and strong before they can compete! Jenny and her sister Trudy (along with Candy Ride) take tips… | read more »
I’m Too Young to Have Breast Cancer, Beth Leibson-Hawkins, 0-89526-055-7, Hardcover, $21.95
Gives a voice to the new face of breast cancer, through a multifaceted approach spanning the issues of career, control, children, dating, and religion.
Icons of Evolution, Jonathan Wells, 0-89526-276-2, Hardcover, $27.95
Jonathan Wells has news for you. Everything you were taught about evolution is wrong. Icons of Evolution will light the fires of controversy and provide a brutally honest report of who what we’ve truly discovered about evolution in recent years.
Implosion, Ilan Berman, 2013, 978-1-62157-157-5, Hardcover, $27.95
Russia Is In Danger Of Collapsing Upon Itself And it could do so with reverberations that would rock America and the rest of the world. Ilan Berman of the American Foreign Policy Council sounds the alarm in Implosion: The End of Russia and What It Means for America. While America is preoccupied with threats from… | read more »
In Defense of Internment, Michelle Malkin, 0-89526-051-4, Hardcover, $27.95
The post—World War II critics are challenged in this controversial justification of internment and its implications for Bush’s war on terror.
In the Arena, Caspar Weinberger, 0-89526-166-9, Hardcover, $34.95
Having been on the front lines of history as it was being made through most of the twentieth century, Weinberger writes this most stirring memoir.
In the Words of Our Enemies, Jed Babbin, 1596985232, Hardcover, $24.95
Highlighting our enemies’ own words, Jed Babbin gives you, the reader, an insider’s intelligence report on the dangers we face. In the Words of Our Enemies gives you the knowledge you need to be forewarned and forearmed in defending America.
Injustice, J. Christian Adams, 978-1-59698-277-2, Hardcover, $27.95
In Injustice, Christian Adams–a five-year veteran of the DOJ and a key attorney in pursuing the New Black Panther voter intimidation case–recounts the shocking story of how a once-storied federal agency, the DOJ’s Civil Rights division has degenerated into a politicized fiefdom for far-left militants, where the enforcement of the law depends on the race of the victim.
Inquisition, Carlton Sherwood, 0-89526-532-X, Hardcover, $29.95
This is an astounding expose of the false prosecustion of Reverend Sun Myung Moon of the Unification Church and an urgent warning about the ever-present potential for abuse in our justice system.
Inside CentCom, Michael DeLong, Noah Lukeman, 0-89526-020-4, Hardcover, $24.95
The crucial, ultimate insider’s account about what really happened, and what is really happening, in the war against the terror masters
Inside the Asylum, Jed Babbin, 0-89526-470-6, Hardcover, $27.95
How the UN coddles dictators and threatens American security.
Invasion, Michelle Malkin, 2002, 0-89526-146-4, Hardcover, Paperback, $27.95
Invasion shines the light on how the INS, Congress, State Department, big business, and ethnic special interests continue to value the rights of criminal aliens over American lives.
Invasion of Privacy, Michael S. Hyatt, 0-89526-287-8, Hardcover, $27.95
Today’s technology gives anyone with a computer and a little time to kill access to shocking amount of information about private citizens lives.
Invasion Within, Domenick Maglio, 0-89526-044-1, Hardcover, $27.95
Dr. Maglio reveals the outlets in our culture–namely television, movies, and magazines–that are leading our children down a dangerous path.
Inventing the AIDS Virus, Peter Duesberg, 0-89526-470-6, Hardcover, $29.95
Peter Duesberg, M.D., an eminent scientist anda pioneer in the discovery of retroviruses (such as HIV), challenges the widely accepted belief that HIV is the cause of AIDS
Investing In One Lesson, Mark Skousen, 2008, 978-1-59698-522-3, Hardcover, $26.95
In Investing In One Lesson, investment guru Dr. Mark Skousen clearly reveals the reasons for the unpredictable nature of the stock market and describes the economic, psychological, and even irrational factors that often blindside investors. Most importantly, he explains why otherwise successful professionals so often fail at investing and offers reassurance and reason to bewildered beginning investors and frustrated seasoned investors alike.
Is Heart Surgery Necessary?, Julian Whitaker, 0-89526-427-7, Paperback, $12.95
Dr. Whitaker reveals that the procedures frequently prescribed by heart doctors–including bypass surgery and angioplasty–are not only often unnecessary but also dangerous.
ISIS Exposed, Erick Stakelbeck, 2015, 978-1-62157-377-7, Hardcover, $29.99
Terrorism expert Erick Stakelbeck pulls back the curtain on ISIS, the violent terrorist organization spreading death and hate in the Middle East. The rise of ISIS took the White House by complete surprise: President Obama called the group “JV,” then was forced to reassess when ISIS began executing innocent American journalists. Now radicalized Americans and… | read more »
James Stewart, Donald Dewey, 1-57036-227-0, Hardcover, $24.95
In the most penetrating and in-depth biography yet written about the beloved screen icon, Dewey delves beneath the persona into the unusually unremarked turmoil of the actor’s private life and behind the earnest Capraesque image often accepted as the Stewart identit.
Jesus, Ian Wilson, 0-89526-239-8, Paperback, $27.95
Reissued for the first Christmas of the new millenium, Ian Wilson’s best-selling update of the latest evidence confirming the truth of the New Testament is now back in print, lavishly illustrated, and with a new introduction by the author.
Jesus In Beijing, David Aikman, 0-89526-128-6, Hardcover, $27.95
Veteran reporter David Aikman takes you inside a religious revolution happening in the east that could make China America’s next great ally
Jesus On Trial, David Limbaugh, 2014, 9781621572770, Hardcover, $27.99
In Jesus on Trial, New York Times bestselling author David Limbaugh applies his lifetime of legal experience to a unique new undertaking: making a case for the gospels as hard evidence of the life and work of Jesus Christ. Limbaugh, a practicing attorney and former professor of law, approaches the canonical gospels with the same level… | read more »
Kill It and Grill It, Shemane Nugent, Ted Nugent, 2002, 0-89526-164-2, Hardcover, Paperback, $21.95
Filled with hunting anecdotes, detailed instructions on cleaning and dressing your game, helpful hints for those new to cooking wild game, nutritional information, and, of course, recipes from the Nuge.
King Solomon’s Mines, H. Rider Haggard, 1999, 978-0-89526-329-2, Paperback, $14.95
King Solomon’s Mines made Haggard famous, rightly, as one of the preeminent adventure novelists in the English language. The chronicle of big-game hunter Allan Quatermain’s safari into the heart of South Africa has trilled generation after generation of readers.
Knowledge and Power, George Gilder, 2013, 978-1-62157-027-1, Hardcover, $27.95
Ronald Reagan’s most-quoted living author – George Gilder – is back with an all-new paradigm-shifting theory of capitalism that will upturn conventional wisdom, just when our economy desperately needs a new direction. America’s struggling economy needs a better philosophy than the college student’s lament: “I can’t be out of money, I still have checks in… | read more »
Kokoro, Natsume Soseki, 1999, 978-0-89526-715-3, Paperback, $16.99
“The subject of ‘Kokoro’ which can be translated as ‘the heart of things’ or as ‘feelings,’ is the delicate matter of the contrast between the meanings the various parties of a relationship attach to it. In the course of this exploration, Soseki brilliantly describes different levels of friendship, family relationships, and the devices by which… | read more »
Land of the Pilgrims Pride, Callista Gingrich, Susan Arciero, 2012, 9781596988293, Hardcover, $14.95
In the New York Times bestseller, Sweet Land of Liberty, Ellis the Elephant learned why America is the greatest country on Earth. Now Ellis is back and ready to learn about the birth of our great nation in Land of the Pilgrims’ Pride, written and illustrated by Callista Gingrich and Susan Arciero.
Leadership and Crisis, Bobby Jindal, 2010, 978-1-59698-158-4, Hardcover, $27.95
In Leadership and Crisis, Governor Bobby Jindal divulges never-before-published details about not only the oil spill, but the Obama administration’s incompetent handling of it. He also talks about his own inspiring story and how he has dealt with other crises of our times, from Hurricane Katrina to out-of-control spending in Washington, D.C.
Lee vs. McClellan, Clayton Newell, 0-89526-452-8, Hardcover, $24.95
Newell’s vivid, gripping account of this crucial–but often overlooked—campaign tells how the new and experienced troops and their generals coped with difficult terrain and unusually cold, wet weather in the dense forests of western Virginia.
Leftism Revisited, Eric von Kuehnelt-Leddihn, 0-89526-537-0, Hardcover, $29.95
Kuehnelt-Leddihn dissects the nature of the Leftist mind and provides definitive descriptions of Left and Right, illustrating why the Left includes not only Marxism, but National Socialism and Democracy
Legacy, Rich Lowry, 0-89526-129-4, Hardcover, Paperback, $27.95
National Review editor and syndicated columnist Rich Lowry offers the first sweeping assessment of what the Clinton era really meant, and means, for America.
Letters from a Self-Made Merchant to His Son, George Lorimer, 0-89526-475-7, Hardcover, $16.95
This book is a combination of the anonymous letters of George Lorimer, editor of the Saturday Evening Post, this fictitious correspondence printed in the Post is filled with witty wisdom and amusing anecdotes directed to a son entering Harvard University’s freshman class
Letters to a Young Progressive, Mike S. Adams, 2013, 978-1-62157-031-8, Hardcover, $24.95
Born the son of a farmer, 19-year old Zach goes off to college, fulfilling his father’s dream of a better life. The only mistake was sending Zach to a liberal university. Sure enough, in his second year, Zach begins to reject his father’s values—the very values of hard work and individual responsibility that provided him… | read more »
Leviathan, Thomas Hobbes, 1999, 978-1-59698-081-5, Paperback, $18.95
Interest in Hobbes’s agenda is not to deny Leviathan’s contemporary relevance. To the contrary. To read Hobbes on his own terms is to discover a provocative rival to contemporary perspectives on morals and politics, one that challenges widely shared assumptions about the roots of our rights and calls into question common conclusions about the scope… | read more »
Liberty Lee’s Tail of Independence, Cheryl Barnes, Peter Barnes, 2012, 9781596987920, Hardcover, $16.95
Written and illustrated by Peter and Cheryl Barnes, Liberty Lee’s Tail of Independence follows a patriotic mouse named Liberty Lee as he participates in the key moments of America’s birth. From reminiscing about his mous-cestors settling Jamestown to helping Thomas Jefferson draft the Declaration, Liberty Lee delights and educates children as he teaches them about America’s fight for independence.
Libey on Customers, , 1-882222-00-8, Hardcover, $$65.00
Libey on Customers is for CEOs and CEOs-to-be of direct marketing companies, retail companies, manufactures, service organizations, and every business that needs customers for success.
Life and Works of an American Artist, Krehbiel, 0-89526-533-8, Hardcover, $$150.00
Albert Henry Krehbiel personified the historical movements in 10th century are in a remarkable way. A sturdy son of the Midwest, his academic training took him from the Art Institute of Chicago tot he Academie Julian in Paris, where he would eventually win four gold medals–a feat which impressed other, but not himself.
Life is Hard, Food is Easy, Linda Spangle, 2002, 978-0-89526-057-4, Paperback, $19.95
Learn to cope with your feelings of frustration, boredom, or loneliness, while losing weight for good.
Lincoln and Grant, Edward Bonekemper, III, 2015, 978-1-62157-285-5, Paperback, $18.99
Lincoln and Grant is an intimate dual-portrait of President Abraham Lincoln and General Ulysses S. Grant: their ordinary “Western” backgrounds, their early struggles to succeed, and their history-making relationship during the Civil War. Though generally remembered by history as two very different personalities, the soft-spoken Lincoln and often-crude Grant in fact shared a similar drive… | read more »
Lindbergh vs Roosevelt, James P. Duffy, 2010, 978-59698-601-5, Hardcover, $29.95
Was aviation pioneer and popular American hero Charles A. Lindbergh a Nazi sympathizer and anti-Semite? Or was he the target of a vicious personal vendetta by President Roosevelt? In Lindbergh vs. Roosevelt, author James P. Duffy tackles these questions head-on, revealing how the White House waged a smear campaign against Lindbergh that blighted his reputation forever.
Little Green Book of Eco-Fascism, James Delingpole, 2013, 978-1-62157-161-2, Hardcover, $21.95
James Delingpole hilariously demolishes the green movement’s most precious claims in The Little Green Book of Eco-Fascism. Written in A to Z format and printed on guaranteed un-recycled paper made from the pulp of a thousand rare hardwood trees using nothing but the purest cruel-harvested baby squid ink, The Little Green Book of Eco-Fascism is your pocket… | read more »
Living with Diabetes, Nicole Johnson, 0-89526-230-4, Hardcover, $24.95
The former Miss America, Nicole Johnson, has written a moving story of personal triumph-and a prescription for how to tame a disease that afflicts millions of Americans and is doubling among children.
Lone Star America, Mark Davis, 2014, 978-1621572251, , $27.95
Throughout America and around the world, the United States has been known as a beacon of hope and opportunity, the land of the free and the home of the brave. Sadly, from the crumbling urban ghetto of Detroit to the cash-strapped shores of California to the rust belt of the Midwest, America is not living… | read more »
Losing Bin Laden, Richard Miniter, 0-89526-074-3, Hardcover, Paperback, $27.95
A devastating portrait of how close the U.S. military was to killing bin Laden, and how, each time, Clinton dropped the ball–allowing bin Laden to grow stronger.
Love and Infertility, Kristen Magnacca, 2004, 978-0-89526-056-7, Hardcover, $21.95
Love and Infertility provides a lifeline for couples struggling with infertility. Author Kristen Magnacca shares twenty-eight simple yet powerful strategies to help couples open lines of communication, maintain a sense of control over their lives, and help them deal with the changes they’ll face while working to become parents.
Low-Fat Lies, Kevin Vigilante, Mary Flynn, 1999, 978-0-89526-220-2, Paperback, $16.95
Low-Fat Lies outlines the risks and false promises of low-fat diets, exposes the dangers of trendy high-fat diets, and offers an alternative: a delicious, sensible way to eat real food that tastes good.
Madame Hillary, Mark W. Davis, R. Emmett Tyrrell, Jr., 0-89526-067-0, Hardcover, $27.95
The perfect retort to Hillary’s Living History by the bestselling author of Boy Clinton
Maestro Mouse and the Mystery of the Missing Baton, Cheryl Barnes, Peter Barnes, 2013, 978-1-62157-036-3, Hardcover, $16.95
Maestro Mouse, the world’s greatest conductor, makes an unfortunate discovery when he takes the stage to lead his orchestra—his baton is missing! The children in the concert hall rush to search for it in section of the orchestra, learning about each instrument as they go along. Will they find the lost baton in time for… | read more »
Making Government Work, Tex Lezar, 0-89526-730-6, Paperback, $15.95
This book brings together 28 nationally recognized experts who propose solutions to the most pressing concerns facing America and design a conservative blueprint for reform and change for state governments in the 90’s
Margaret Thatcher on Leadership, Nile Gardiner, Stephen Thompson, 2013, 978-1-62157-164-3, Hardcover, $27.95
Margaret Thatcher’s time in office defined an era—a Golden Age of conservative leadership. But she was not a typical conservative politician then or now. She made the Conservative party more open and inclusive. Lady Thatcher understood that conservative principles are for everybody, not tied to special interest groups or trends. Conservative ideas must win people… | read more »
Marked for Death, Geert Wilders, 978-1-59698-796-8, Hardcover, $27.95
Expelled from Britain, banned from Indonesia, denounced by the UN Secretary General, prosecuted in court for his beliefs, forced into government safe houses, and constantly threatened with death, Geert Wilders is unbowed and unapologetic. Marked for Death is a stark warning about a growing threat to our liberties written by a man who has lost his freedom–and would not see the rest of us suffer the same fate.
Marriage and Civilization, William Tucker, 2014, 978-1621572015, , $27.95
William Tucker documents the historical and anthropological story behind how monogamous, lifelong partnerships are the driving force behind the creation and rise of civilization.
Marshall, the Courthouse Mouse, Cheryl Barnes, Peter W. Barnes, 2012, 978-1-59698-789-0, Hardcover, $16.95
Marshall, the Courthouse Mouse delights and entertains children as Chief Justice Marshall J. Mouse and his fellow mice justices teach children about our nation’s high court, the judicial process, and the laws of our land.
Measure of a Man, Martin Greenfield, 2014, 9781621572763, Hardcover, $27.99
He’s been called “America’s greatest living tailor” and “the most interesting man in the world.” Now, for the first time, Holocaust-survivor Martin Greenfield tells his whole, incredible life story. Taken from his Czechoslovakian home at age fifteen and transported to the Nazi concentration camp at Auschwitz with his family, Greenfield came face-to-face with “Angel of… | read more »
Meltdown, Thomas Woods Jr., 2009, 978-1-59698-587-2, Hardcover, $27.95
In the New York Times bestseller, Meltdown, author Thomas E. Woods Jr. unearths the real causes behind the collapse of housing values and the stock market–and it turns out the culprits reside more in Washington than on Wall Street.
Men in Black, Mark R. Levin, 0-89526-050-6, Hardcover, $27.95
New York City talk-radio host Mark Levin presents direct examples of the extreme liberalism that dominates many courtrooms and the hijacking of our laws by power-hungry liberal judges.
Miles Gone By, William F. Buckley, Jr., 2004, 0-89526-089-1, Hardcover, $29.95
At last, the autobiography from the founder of National Review and the modern conservative movement.
Minority Party, Peter Brown, 0-89526-530-3, Hardcover, $$21.95
Why are so many white voters deserting the Democratic ranks? After covering the 1980, 1984, and the 1988 presidential campaigns, political journalist Peter Brown took a hard look at how the 20-25 percent of Americans who make up the swing vote in any election view politics. He discovered that these hard working men and women… | read more »
Mint Juleps with Teddy Roosevelt, Mark Will-Weber, 2014, 978-1621572107, Hardcover, $27.99
Stroll through our country’s memorable moments—from George Washington at Mount Vernon to the days of Prohibition, from impeachment hearings to nuclear weapons negotiations—and discover the role that alcohol played in all of them with Mark Will-Weber’s Mint Juleps with Teddy Roosevelt: The Complete History of Presidential Drinking. As America transformed from fledgling nation to world power,… | read more »
Mugged by the State, Randall Fitzgerald, 0-89526-102-2, Hardcover, $27.95
Fitzgerald gives a voice to the countless Americans around the country whose freedoms are being violated by the very government that should be protecting them.
Murder in Brentwood, Mark Fuhrman, 2014, 978-1-62157-321-0, Paperback, $16.99
*Three months on the New York Times bestseller list* Twenty years ago, America was captivated by the awful drama of the O.J. Simpson trial. The Simpson “Dream Team” legal defense had a seemingly impossible task: convincing a jury that their client, a man the whole country had watched flee from police, was innocent of the murders of… | read more »
My Dear Alex, Dinesh D'Souza, Gregory Fossedal, 0-89526-576-1, Hardcover, $14.95
This fictional account on how to manipulate the American media has been called the best “political satire since Orwell” by former President Nixon
Never Trust a Liberal Over 3, Ann Coulter, 2013, 978-1-62157-191-9, Hardcover, $27.95
You have NEVER seen Coulter like this before! Coulter is uncensored, unapologetic, and unflinching in her ruthless mockery of liberals, sissies, morons, hypocrites, and all other species of politician. Coulter doesn’t stop at the politicians, though. Watch her skewer pundits, salesmen, celebrities, and bureaucrats with ruthlessness and hilarity. No topic is safe! This is Coulter… | read more »
New Century, New Deal, Wade Dokken, 0-89526-462-5, Hardcover, $24.95
Wade Dokken, a financial industry CEO and lifetime Democrat challenges the Washington status quo on the most important personal finance issue of our time
Nixon, Jonathan Aitken, 0-89526-489-7, Hardcover, $28.00
Aitken conducted over 60 hours of interviews with Nixon and was granted unprecedented access to thousands of pages of previously sealed documents, shedding light on a presidency that is just now beginning to be understood by serious students of history
No Excuses!, Kyle Maynard, 2005, 895260115, Hardcover, $27.95
The inspirational autobiography of a young man whose determination and will helped him overcome incredible physical challenges to achieve his dreams.
No Higher Power, George Neumayr, Phyllis Schlafly, 978-1-62157-012-7, Hardcover, $27.95
“Phyllis Schlafly and George Neumayr describe the left Left’s war on religious liberty. From Obama’s disparaging comment about Americans who cling to “God and their guns” to his assault on the Catholic church, No Higher Power reveals our President’s plan to secularize our country.”
Nofziger, Lyn Nofziger, 0-89526-513-3, Hardcover, $21.95
Nofziger tells a lifetime of anecdotes and stories about California, Ronald Reagan, the political press–not always favorably–the courts, and Republican politics during the past 30 years
Notes from the Underground, Ralph de Toledano, Whittaker Chambers, 0-89526-425-0, Hardcover, $24.95
The correspondence between one of the founders of conservatism and an influential journalist recounts the events of the Hiss-Chamber trial to the closing years of Chambers’s life.
Nullification, Thomas Woods Jr., 978-1-59698-149-2, Hardcover, $24.95
In Nullification Woods builds a logical, constitutional, moral, and historically sound case, explaining how nullification is the very constitutional tool the Founders envisioned to protect people from an overreaching federal government.
Obama’s America, Dinesh D'Souza, 978-1-59698-778-4, Hardcover, $27.95
“In this follow-up to his New York Times bestseller, The Roots of Obama’s Rage, Dinesh D’Souza unmasks the real Obama, shows how he is deliberately downsizing America, and reveals what four more years will look like if we re-elect the most dangerous president in American history.”
Obama’s Four Horsemen, David Harsanyi, 2013, 978-1-62157-067-7, Hardcover, $27.95
The apocalypse is here. You can’t hide under your desk once the four horsemen have arrived: Conquest, Famine, War, and Death, in the form of national debt, crippling dependence on government, extremism in the Middle East, and the suffocating grip of the bureaucratic state on every aspect of life. America’s problems were many years in… | read more »
Obamanomics, Timothy P. Carney, 978-1-59698-612-1, Hardcover, $27.95
Obamanomics dispels the myth that Big Business and Big Government are rivals working with opposite interests, and exposes how major companies work, hand in hand with the government, and then benefit from the windfall profits of sweetheart deals.
Odyssey of a Friend, Whittaker Chambers, 0-89526-567-2, Hardcover, Paperback, $17.95
This collection of letters, some never before published, offers a rich portrait of the man Arthur Koestler said, ‘knowingly committed moral suicide to atone for the guilt of our generation’
Of Civil Government, John Locke, , Paperback, $
John Locke’s Second Treatise on Civil Government constitutes one of the cardinal works of English political philosophy. His theories respecting the nature of the state and the manner in which governments can best maintain a balance of power provided a vigorous incentive to American and French revolutionaries of the eighteenth century. Moreover, it was Locke… | read more »
Omar Bradley, Jim Defelice, 2014, 978-1-62157-297-8, Hardcover, Paperback, $
Meticulously researched, using previously untapped documents and unpublished diaries and notes, Omar Bradley reveals why one of history’s most influential and effective generals, was also one of history’s most ignored war heroes.
On the Consolation of Philosophy, Boethius, 089526885X, Paperback, $$3.95
Witten by Anicius Manlius Severinus Boethius (480-524 A.D.) while in prison awaiting execution, On the Consolation of Philosophy is a dialogue between the author and the personification of Philosophy, treating such topics as the being and nature of God, providence and fate, the origin of the universe, the freedom of the will and the transitoriness… | read more »
Onward Muslim Soldiers, Robert Spencer, 0-89526-100-6, Hardcover, $27.95
Author Robert Spencer explodes the myth of ‘Islamic tolerance’ and shows how American Muslim groups today are engaged in a huge cover-up about the true meaning of Jihad.
Operation Snow, John Koster, 978-1-62157-292-3, Hardcover, Paperback, $
In Operation Snow: How a Soviet Mole in FDR’s White House Triggered Pearl Harbor, author and World War II magazine columnist John Koster provides incontestable proof that Russia was a driving force behind Pearl Harbor.
Operation Solo, John Barron, 2014, 978-1-62157-294-7, Paperback, $
Operation Solo is America’s greatest spy story. For 27 years, Morris Childs, code name “Agent 58″, provided the United States with the Kremlin’s innermost secrets.
Opus Dei, Vittorio Messori, 0-89526-450-1, Hardcover, $29.95
This book details how Escriva, a Spanish priest, came to found Opus Dei and thus began the process of proclaiming the theme of this spirituality–that holiness as well as happiness may be found in the ordinary tasks of life.
Oration on the Dignity of Man, Giovanni Pico della Mirandola, 1999, 978-0-89526-713-9, Paperback, $12.95
An ardent treatise for the Dignity of Man, which elevates Humanism to a truly Christian level, making this writing as pertinent today as it was in the Fifteenth Century.
Originalism, Steven G. Calabresi, 978-1-59698-050-1, Hardcover, $29.95
Originalism: A Quarter-Century of Debate is a lively and fascinating discussion of an issue that has occupied the greatest legal minds in America, and one that continues to elicit strong reactions from both those who support and those who oppose the rule of law.
Our Good Name, J. Phillip London, 978-1-59698-539-1, Hardcover, $29.95
Delving into controversial issues of government and media accountability, Dr. London and CACI reveal the untold story behind Abu Ghraib–the story that didn’t make national headlines.
Outrage, Peter Sprigg, 0-89526-021-2, Hardcover, $24.95
The case against gay marriage and how it threatens our institutions and our core values.
Painting the Map Red, Hugh Hewitt, 0-89526-002-6, Hardcover, $27.95
Bestselling author, political strategist, and nationally syndicated radio host Hugh Hewitt shows you how conservatives can take down the Democrats, expose their liberal extremism, and reignite the Reagan Revolution.
Panic Among the Philistines, Bryan F. Griffin, 0-89526-817-5, Paperback, $$5.95
Provides a long overdue service to late 20th century cultural life bu providing some much-needed truth in labeling.
Partners in Power, Roger Morris, 0-89526-302-5, Paperback, $17.95
Roger Morris goes behind the public facade to expose the inner politics, personal passions, and degrading compromises that marked the rise of Bill and Hillary Clinton.
Persecution, David Limbaugh, 2003, 0-89526-111-1, Hardcover, $27.95
A wake-up call to lovers of liberty everywhere and a call to action to conservatives and Christians to defend the religious freedom envisioned by the Founders.
Philosophy and the World, Karl Jaspers, 0-89526-757-8, Paperback, $$10.95
The chapters deal with the following subjects: the purpose of philosophy, the relation between th doctor and the patient, immortality, the truth of religion, and a philosophical memoir.
Philosophy in the Tragic Age of the Greeks, Friedrich Nietzsche, 1999, 978-0-89526-710-8, Paperback, $17.99
For Nietzsche the Age of the Greek Tragedy was indeed a tragic age. He saw in it the rise and climax of values so dear to him that their subsequent drop into catastrophe (in the persons of Socrates–Plato) was as clearly foreshadowed as though these were events taking place in the theater. And so in… | read more »
Popular Economics, John Tamny, 2015, 978-1621573371, Hardcover, $27.99
Forbes editor John Tamny uses entertaining stories from sports, movies, popular culture, and famous businesses to demonstrate the basic principles of economics. The Rolling Stones, the Dallas Cowboys, and Paris Hilton become examples of good and bad tax policy. The Godfather, Gone With the Wind, and The Sopranos reveal the downside of antitrust regulation, while the Michigan Wolverines’ 2007 loss… | read more »
Populism and Elitism, Jeffrey Bell, 0-89526-517-6, Paperback, $21.95
Bell argues in his book that the defining moments of American democracy have arisen from clashes between populists amd elitists, not Democrats and Republicans
Porn Generation: How Social Liberalism Is Corrupting Our Future, Ben Shapiro, 0-89526-016-6, Paperback, $27.95
Bestselling author and youth sensation Ben Shapiro presents hard-hitting proof of an overwhelming cultural disease that threatens the demise of his generation–and future generations–if it is not stopped.
Port in the Storm, Cole Giller, 0-89526-132-4, Paperback, $16.95
Neurosurgeon Cole Giller, M.D., guides you through the difficult and confusing maze of medical choices and tradeoffs, helping you weigh your options with confidence and make a decision you can live with.
Power at Play, Betty Beale, 0-89526-503-6, Paperback, $19.95
Beale takes you to glittering evenings at the White House, shares her love affair with one of the nation’s most respected politicians, and illuminates the private sides of the most public, and most powerful, people in the world.
Power Grab, Christopher Horner, 2010, 978-1-59698-599-5, Hardcover, Paperback, $27.95
In this devastating new book, Horner exposes how President Obama is using environmentalism as his latest excuse to take away our rights, freedoms, comforts, luxuries, money–even our jobs.
Power to the People, Laura Ingraham, 2008, 978-1-59698-516-2, Paperback, $16.95
Laura Ingraham’s #1 New York Times bestseller, Power to the People, rallies Americans to grab their pitchforks and storm the castles of the old media, over-reaching judges, open-borders politicians, radical academics, and unelected bureaucrats. Ingraham challenges people to not only take back the power, but to give of themselves to recapture America’s spirit and greatness.
Prelude to Leadership, John F. Kennedy, 0-89526-459-5, Paperback, $12.95
Hidden in the pages of the diary are the future president’s thoughts on world affairs, world leaders such as Hitler and Eisenhower, the future of western democracies, and his predictions as to the emerging cold war.
President Adam’s Alligator, Cheryl Barnes, Peter Barnes, 2013, 978-1-62157-059-2, Hardcover, $$16.95
Did you know President John Quincy Adams had a pet alligator? He kept it in the bathtub in the East Room of the White House. But President Adams wan’t the only commander-in-chief with an unusual pet. Along with a menagerie of dogs, cats, horses, and birds, presidents and their families also had pet snakes, raccoons,… | read more »
Presumed Guilty, Stacey C. Koon, 0-89526-507-9, Hardcover, $$19.95
…a compelling, thoroughly documented, well-reported story–one that challenges readers to probe deeply into their own feelings about justice, racism, violence, police brutality, and media coverage. –San Gabriel Valley Tribune
Princess Margaret: A Biography, Theo Aronson, 0-89526-409-9, Hardcover, $27.95
Theo Aronson’s authoritative biography does justice to a complex woman–the first modern princess to lead her troubled private life in the glare of world publicity.
Professors, David Horowitz, 0-89526-028-X, Hardcover, $27.95
David Horowitz’s riveting exposÃ© is essential reading for parents, students, college alums, taxpayers, and patriotic Americans who don’t think college students should be indoctrinated by sympathizers of Joseph Stalin and Osama bin Laden.
Profscam, Charles Sykes, 0-89526-559-1, Paperback, $18.95
Sykes argues that the American universities are turning into professorial clubs where deviation from party lines means expulsion and exile, where perks are paramount, and where taxpayers, parents and students are treated with contempt.
Providence and Predestination, St. Thomas Aquinas, 0895269376, , $$3.95
The text of this work is comprised of two Questions (Number Five and Six) take from the famed West Baden traslation of De Veritate. In his answers to the questions (which were acually put to St. Thomas Aquinas in the classroom during his professorship at teh University of Paris) St. Thomas discusses Divine Providence and… | read more »
Quo Vadis, Henryk Sienkiewicz, 1999, 978-0-89526-345-2, Paperback, $18.95
Quo Vadis is the tale of a Roman general in Nero’s army in the first century A.D. who risks everything when he falls in love with a Christian woman. This classic novel reveals a divided society. On one side is Rome’s aristocracy, the picture of godless extravagance and excess. On the other are the city’s… | read more »
Race to the Top of the World: Richard Byrd and the First Flight to the North Pole, Sheldon Bart, 2013, 978-1-62157-082-0, Hardcover, $29.95
In the age of adventure, when dirigibles coasted through the air and vast swaths of the Earth remained untouched and unseen by man, one pack of relentless explorers competed in the race of a lifetime: to be the first aviator to fly over the North Pole. What inspired their dangerous fascination? For some, it was… | read more »
Radicals, David Horowitz, 2012, 9781596988125, Hardcover, $27.95
Exploring the origin and evolution of liberals and their progressive ideology of liberal elites through case studies of well-known radial leftists, including Christopher Hitchens, leftist academic Cornel West, and more.
Real Change, Newt Gingrich, 2008, 978-1-59698-053-2, Hardcover, $27.95
The New York Times bestseller Real Change is about transforming our nation by changing the way we think, changing the way we govern, and changing the way we do business so we can meet the challenges of today and solve the problems of tomorrow.
Reality Check, David West, Dennis Keegan, 978-1-59698-560-5, Hardcover, $27.95
In their provocative new book, Reality Check: The Unreported Good News about America, authors Dennis Keegan and David West redress the media balance–if you thought the media were only telling you half the story, you were right.
Reason for Living, George Roche, 0-89526-545-1, Hardcover, $17.95
These short stories are about ordinary men and women faced with extraordinary circumstances which lead them to search for meaning in their lives beyond material desires
Reckless Disregard, Buzz Patterson, 2004, 0-89526-009-3, Paperback, $16.95
This bestselling author looks at the danger of electing liberals to be commander in chief, from LBJ to Clinton to Kerry.
Red Dragon Rising, Edward Timperlake, William Triplett, II, 0-89256-258-4, Hardcover, $27.95
By the authors of the best selling Year of the Rat, this book unveils never- before- released information regarding the military build-up and aggressive espionage of the Chinese People’s Liberation Army against the United States.
Red Horizons, Mehai Ion Pacepa, 978-0-89526-746-7, Paperback, $19.99
Written by the highest ranking Soviet ever to defect to the United States, Red Horizons is the world renowned expose of the unchecked power of former Romanian dictator Nicolae Ceausescu.
Red Hot Lies:, Christopher Horner, 978-1-59698-538-4, Hardcover, $27.95
Following up his New York Times bestseller The Politically Incorrect Guide to Global Warming, Horner shows how leftist pundits, liberal politicians, and government-funded scientists are deceiving the public, strong-arming climate change skeptics, and twisting the truth all under the guise of ‘saving the planet.’
Red State Uprising, Erick Erickson, Lew Uhler, 2010, 978-1-59698-626-8, Hardcover, $27.95
Red State Uprising is the essential how-to guide for cleaning up the GOP, slashing government, reclaiming lost ground, and getting America back on course.
Reference Groups, Carolyn W. Sherif, Muzafer Sherif, , Paperback, $$3.25
Probably the most complete systematic description and analysis available of the social and psychological dynamics of America adolescents in their natural social habitats. Basing their work on a series of studies using a participant-observer technique, the authors compare several types of informational teenage groups that range from affluent pre collegiate fraternities to working-cpass friendship cliques.
Reforming Our Universities, David Horowitz, 978-1-59698-637-4, Hardcover, $27.95
In Reforming Our Universities, bestselling author David Horowitz tells the dramatic story of his ongoing campaign for an Academic Bill of Rights to protect students who want to think for themselves.
Religion of Peace? Why Christianity Is and Islam Isn’t, Robert Spencer, 2007, 978-1-59698-515-5, Hardcover, $27.95
In Religion of Peace?, New York Times bestselling author Robert Spencer explains why Americans and Europeans must regain an appreciation of our Christian heritage if we ever hope to defeat Islamic supremacism. Christianity is a true “religion of peace,” and on it Western civilization stands. If we are not to perish under Islam’s religion of the sword, we had better defend our own civilization.
Remembering Reagan, Peter Hannaford, 0-89526-514-1, Hardcover, $49.95
The authors have painstakingly selected only the best, never-before-seen photos–from more than one million taken by White House photographers–from President Reagan’s inauguration in 1981 to his final moments in the White House eight years later.
Renewing American Compassion, Marvin Olasky, 0-89526-414-5, Paperback, $12.95
In a ringing call to churches, community leaders, and ordinary citizens, Marvin Olasky points the way to a reinvented “war on poverty” and a renewal of faith-based charity.
Right from the Beginning, Patrick J. Buchanan, 0-89526-745-4, Paperback, $14.95
Pat Buchanan’s winning autobiography tells of his growing up in a strong Catholic family, brawling his way through Georgetown University and Columbia School of Journalism, and finally winding up on the staffs of President Nixon and Reagan.
Right Minds, Gregory Wolfe, 0-89526-583-4, Hardcover, $16.95
A guide to the width and depth of the intellectual framework behind today’s conservative movement. Wolfe examines conservative writings on such topics as economics, the family, crime, education, race, philosophy, Communism, and foreign policy.
Right Now, Michael Steele, 978-1-59698-108-9, Hardcover, $27.95
In his inspiring new book, Right Now, Republican National Committee chairman Michael Steele offers a “12-step program for defeating the Obama agenda” and argues for abandoning “conservatism-lite,” returning to core conservative principles, and launching an uncompromising campaign for limited government.
Rogue State, William Triplett, II, 0-89526-068-9, Hardcover, $27.95
Using exclusive documents and photos, this bestselling author exposes the world’s most volatile–and dangerous–regime.
Rollback, Thomas Woods Jr., 978-1-59698-141-6, Hardcover, $27.95
In Rollback, Woods shows how we can overhaul our out-of-control government and avert the oncoming economic collapse.
Ronald Reagan, Winston Groom, 2012, 978-1-59698-795-1, Paperback, $12.95
In Ronald Reagan: Our 40th President, Groom reveals what set Reagan apart–including Reagan’s sense of humor, strength of character, and unique insight into people. From Reagan’s days as a Hollywood star to his extraordinary political career as a union leader, this book is a quick and concise read, easily accessible to adults and students alike.
Roosevelt’s Road to Russia, George Crocker, 0-89526-587-7, Hardcover, $19.95
Crocker charts the disastrous path American foreign policy took during World War II–specifically, the utter futility of traveling the road from appeasement (Casablanca) to compromise (Teheran) to defeat (Yalta).
Rumsfeld’s War, Rowan Scarborough, 0-89526-069-7, Hardcover, $19.95
The Washington Times reporter’s first book includes previously unpublished documents and interviews that reveal Rumsfeld’s battles–both within and without the White House.
Sabotage, Rowan Scarborough, 1596985100, Hardcover, $27.95
The CIA’s job is to collect facts and let the White House, the Pentagon, and the State Department make national security policy. But, as Scarborough conclusively demonstrates, an agency that is supposed to be scrupulously nonpartisan has become increasingly political–during a time of war–against America’s elected commander in chief.
Sacred Ground, Tom Ruck, 2007, 978-1-59698-524-7, Hardcover, $29.95
A sweeping tour of some of America’s most beautiful and moving cemeteries, Sacred Ground features richly evocative photographs from military cemeteries across the country, enhanced by poignant quotes, powerful essays, and speeches from famous Americans throughout history. Author Tom Ruck offers a solemn, heartfelt testament to the bravery, honor, and glory of the truest of American heroes: the American veteran.
Sagebrush Rebel, William Perry Pendley, 2013, 978-1-62157-156-8, Hardcover, $27.95
The fascinating story of how Ronald Reagan, self-proclaimed “sagebrush rebel,” took his revolutionary energy policies to Washington and revitalized the American economy. Governor Reagan, with his unbridled faith in American ingenuity, creativity, and know-how and his confidence in the free-enterprise system, believed the United States would “transcend” the Soviet Union. To do so, however, President… | read more »
Saving the Bill of Rights, Frank Miniter, 2011, 978-1-59698-150-8, Hardcover, $27.95
In this shocking yet inspiring book, Miniter reveals not only how Obama and his leftist cohorts are stripping away our God-given freedoms, but also how we can rescue those rights, which are so fundamental to America.
Scalia Dissents, Kevin A. Ring, 0-89526-053-0, Hardcover, $19.56
Scalia’s most scathing, most poignant, and most accessible opinions to date, helping frame some of the country’s most controversial issues.
Scaramouche, Rafael Sabatini, 978-0-89526-310-0, Paperback, $14.95
The passionate Andre-Louis Moreau makes an unexpected entrance into the French Revolution when he vows to avenge his best friend’s death. His target: Monsieur de La Tour d’Azyr, the aristocratic villain who killed his friend. Andre-Louis rallies the underclass to join him in his mission against the supreme power of the nobility. Soon the rebel… | read more »
Science, Politics, and Gnosticism, Eric Voegelin, 1999, 978-0-89526-419-0, Paperback, $14.99
Eric Voegelin, a leading political theorist and author of the contemporary classic The New Science of Politics, here contends that certain modern movements, including Positivism, Hegelianism, Marxism and the “God is Dead” movement, are variants of the Gnostic tradition of antiquity. He attempts to resolve the intellectual confusion that has resulted from the dominance of… | read more »
Scipio Africanus, Ross Leckie, 0-89526-412-9, Hardcover, $19.95
In brilliantly clear and well-orchestrated battle scenes Leckie shows Scipio, the man who crushed Hannibal, in the three great battles at Zama, Magnesia, and Cynoscephalae where Alexander the Great was swept aside and Rome became master of the world.
Secret Weapon:, Kevin D. Freeman, 2012, 978-1-59698-794-4, Hardcover, $27.95
Who’s to Blame for America’s Economic Meltdown? The Answer Might Surprise You. When it comes to America’s flailing economy, everyone is quick to assign blame. Liberals blame corporate greed, conservatives blame federal regulations. But no one blames the true culprit: financial terrorism. So says Kevin D. Freeman in his stunning new book, Secret Weapon: How… | read more »
Selected Essays, Robert Louis Stevenson, 0-89526-781-0, Paperback, $$7.95
Robert Louis Stevenson –best known for his novels Kidnapped, Treasure Island, and Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde–also was an acknowledged master of the English essay. Previously, the reader wishing to know him as an essayist has had to search through out-of-print books and magazines. Now here is Stevenson’s best–sixteen provocative and charming personal discourses, chosen… | read more »
Sellout, David Schippers, 0-89526-243-6, Hardcover, $23.35
Chicago prosecutor and Chief Counsel for the House Judiciary Committee during the impeachment proceedings, David Schippers, tells the shocking story of back-room dealings, and inter-party squabbling, and evidence American people never got to see.
Senatorial Privilege, Leo Damore, 0-89526-564-8, Hardcover, $21.95
Leo Damore exposes the perjury, obstruction of justice, and destruction of evidence that followed Ted Kennedy’s accident at Chappaquiddick and Mary Jo Kopechne’s death.
Setting Limits, Lewis K. Uhler, 0-89526-546-X, Hardcover, $$17.95
Lewis Uhler shows how the American people can regain control of their financially irresponsible government and return more power to individuals, families, and private institutions whose prerogative are increasingly being usurped by bureaucrats in Washington, D.C.
Sgt. Reckless: America’s War Horse, Robin Hutton, 2014, 978-1-62157-263-3, Hardcover, $27.99
A New York Times Bestseller! Amid an inferno of explosives on a deadly minefield in the Korean War, a four-legged Marine proved to be a heroic force of nature. She moved headstrong up and down steep, smoky terrain that no man could travail confidently. In a single day, this small Mongolian mare made fifty-one round-trips carrying… | read more »
Shadow War, Richard Miniter, 0-89526-052-2, Hardcover, $27.95
Using his exclusive sources in investigative reporting, bestselling author Richard Miniter reveals America’s unheralded successes in the War on Terror.
Shadow World, Robert Chandler, 978-1-59698-561-2, Hardcover, $19.77
In Shadow World, Chandler shows to devastating effect how Russian communists, leftist ideologies, and Islamic extremists are locked in a geo-political struggle for not only America, but the world.
Shakedown, Kenneth R Timmerman, 0-89526-108-1, Paperback, $18.95
Investigative reporter Timmerman has uncovered a sordid tale of greed, ambition, and corruption from a self-proclaimed minister who has no qualms about poisoning American race relations for personal gain.” Publishers note: The San Francisco Oil Company referred to on page 310 and in endnote 61 of Chapter 10 was never involved in the oil transactions described in the book and was not a “front company.”
Sharing the Wealth, Alex Spanos, 0-89526-158-8, Hardcover, $20.40
Author Alex Spanos tells of his remarkable and inspiring climb from humble unemployment to ownership of a professional sports franchise and the chairman of a corporate giant. His bestselling story shares the secrets of his success–the strategies, knowledge, and insights from his extraordinary fifty-year career.
She, H. Rider Haggard, 1999, 978-0-89526-328-5, Paperback, $14.95
A crew of shipwrecked Englishmen suffers disease, cannibals, and other terrors, but in the midst of such horror the men find the fulfillment of a 2000-year-old promise. In the heart of the Dark Continent they encounter an all-powerful leader, the beautiful, mysterious, white queen of a central African tribe. Known only as She-who-must-be-obeyed, this queen… | read more »
Shelf Life, Suzanne Strempek Shea, 0-80707-258-3, Hardcover, $20.00
The story of A. J. Scribante, founder of MAJERS, a revolutionary company whose cutting-edge information and marketing systems helped manufacturers and grocers move their products through American supermarket shelves.
Ships of Oak, Guns of Iron, Ronald Utt, 2012, 9781621570028, Hardcover, $29.95
In Ships of Oak, Guns of Iron: The War of 1812 and the Forging of the American Navy, Dr. Ronald Utt argues that the often underestimated War of 1812 laid the foundation of the United States Navy and was a seminal moment in the crafting of American foreign policy.
Shooting Straight, James Jay Baker, Wayne LaPierre, 0-89526-123-5, Hardcover, $27.95
An expose on how the media consistently distorts the facts about guns in America and refuses to report on the role that responsible gun ownership plays in protecting our families and our communities.
Showdown, Edward Timperlake, Jed Babbin, 1-59698-005-2, Hardcover, $27.95
Babbin and Timperlake unveil China’s aggressive military buildup (more rapid than that of Nazi Germany before World War II) and expose how China is engaging in a new Cold War aimed at expanding its commercial and military reach at the expense of the United States.
Shut Up & Sing, Laura Ingraham, 0-89526-101-4, Hardcover, $29.95
This unique biography explores Sinatra’s complicated persona –uncovering the stories, myths, and rumors that surrounded a man famous, and infamous, in his own lifetime.
Solzhenitsyn and the Modern World, Edward Erickson, 0-89526-501-X, Hardcover, $24.00
Ericson’s careful reading of Solzhenitsyn’s essays show him to be a Russian patriot who freely draws upon traditional Western values; a democrat with moderate, centrist tendencies, and a man deeply imbued with hope for the future of his nation.
South Park Conservatives, Brian C. Anderson, 0-89526-019-0, Hardcover, $24.95
Undeniable proof of a revolution on the cultural front–and what it means for the future of media, politics, and entertainment.
Speak No Evil, Gary Aldrich, Mark W. Davis, 0-89526-358-0, Hardcover, $21.95
FBI Special Agent Mike McGuire and journalist Anne Carlson’s unlikely cooperation cracks a political conspiracy of murder and betrayal that leads right to the White House.
Speaker, Rep. Dennis Hastert, 0-89526-126-X, Hardcover, $27.95
The life story and behind-the-scenes details of the man who went from high school wrestling coach to Speaker of the House.
Spin, Allan Meyer, Michael Sitrick, 0-89526-411-0, Hardcover, $24.95
The world’s most revered spinmaster divulges the true stories behind the explosive celebrity scandals and his secret strategies for managing the press.
Spin Masters, David Freddoso, 2013, 978-1-62157-080-6, Hardcover, $$27.95
The biggest sroey of the election was how the media ignored the biggest story of the election. Amid all the breathless coverage of a non-existent War on Women, there was little or no coverage of Obama’s war on the economy–how, for instance, part-time work is replacing full-time work; how low-wage jobs are replacing high -wage… | read more »
State and Revolution, Vladimir Lenin, 1999, 978-1-59698-080-8, Paperback, $16.95
Lenin’s State and Revolution is a broad assault on revisionism. Its impulse lies in Lenin’s boundless political ambition, namely his craving to acquire absolute power in Russia in order to instigate a worldwide revolution….If his ambition was to be realized, Lenin had to insist on violent revolution and the abolition of the existing state. ….What… | read more »
Stealing You Blind, Iain Murray, 978-1-59698-555-1, Hardcover, $27.95
Filled with devastating facts about how government workers are living large off the rest of us and driving our country to financial ruin, Stealing You Blind is a rousing call to reclaim our rights as taxpayers and save our economy from the bureaucrats who are choking it to death for their own benefit.
Stealth Jihad, Robert Spencer, 2008, 978-1-59698-556-8, Hardcover, $27.95
In his controversial new book, Stealth Jihad, bestselling author Robert Spencer exposes the silent war jihadists are waging on our nation. Not through violence, but by undermining our culture.
Still Standing, Carrie Prejean, 2009, 978-1-59698-602-2, Hardcover, $27.95
She Was Silenced By The Left For Her Beliefs Now Read The Whole Story Sarah Palin. Ann Coulter. Michelle Malkin. There’s no one the liberal media love to attack more than a strong, conservative woman. So when Carrie Prejean, former Miss California, boldly stood up for traditional marriage on national TV, the leftist pundits went… | read more »
Still the Best Congress Money Can Buy, Philip M. Stern, 0-89526-527-3, Paperback, $$12.95
If Abe Lincoln were re-born in the district of a powerful committee chairman today, he wouldn’t stand a chance of election, not because of merit, but sheerly because of money. Special interest groups favor incumbents over challengers so lopsidedly, that a challenger has only a one-in-fifty chance of defeating a sitting representative. Do you want… | read more »
Stock Market Arithmetic, Charles J. Caes, 0-89526-780-2, Paperback, $9.95
Charles J. Caes brings to novice and experienced investors the revised, enlarged edition of his guide to the basic arithmetic used in stock investing, personal finance, and buying and selling securities. Designed as a home-study text for laypersons as well as supplementary aid for students in general business studies, this revised and enlarged edition follows… | read more »
Strategery, Bill Sammon, 1-59698-002-8, Hardcover, $27.95
Strategery chronicles the perpetually ‘misunderestimated’ president as he vanquishes John Kerry and then embarks on a breathtakingly audacious second-term agenda.
Strong Fathers, Strong Daughters, Meg Meeker, M.D., 1-59698-012-5, Hardcover, $27.95
Directly challenging the feminist attack on traditional masculinity, Dr. Meeker demonstrates that the most important factor for girls growing up into confident, well-adjusted women is a strong father with conservative values.
Strong Fathers, Strong Daughters (Gift Edition), Meg Meeker, M.D., 2015, 978-1-62157-330-2, Hardcover, $22.00
New hardcover gift edition of the bestselling guide for fathers! Drawing on her thirty years’ experience practicing pediatric and adolescent medicine, teen health expert Dr. Meg Meeker explains why an active father figure is maybe the single most important factor in a young woman’s development. In this invaluable guide, Meeker shows how a father can… | read more »
Sweet Land of Liberty, Callista Gingrich, 2011, 978-1-59698-292-5, Hardcover, $16.95
In Callista Gingrich’s children’s book Sweet Land of Liberty, Ellis the Elephant teaches children about the pivotal moments that have shaped our nation’s unique history.
Take Command, Kelly Perdew, 1596980001, Hardcover, $24.95
The winner of The Apprentice 2 outlines his personal formula for success, guaranteed to help anyone succeed in any venture, be it serving our country, running a small business, acting as the CEO of a large corporation, or working for Donald Trump.
Take No Prisoners, David Horowitz, 2014, 978-1621572565, Hardcover, $27.99
Battle-scarred political warrior David Horowitz says it’s time for conservatives to take the gloves off—and take our country back. America is at a crucial turning point in her history, and Republicans have been losing ground to Democrats for too long. In his new book Take No Prisoners, Horowitz sounds a clarion call for conservatives to use… | read more »
Target America, James L. Tyson, 0-89526-671-7, Hardcover, $$12.95
This new, exclusive report is the painstaking inquiry into the nature and extent of Communist influence on the U.S. media.
Target Patton, Robert K. Wilcox, 978-1-62157-291-6, Hardcover, Paperback, $
Written like a WWII spy thriller and meticulously researched, Robert K. Wilcox’s Target: Patton reveals a chilling plan to assassinate General Patton.
Ted, White, and Blue, Ted Nugent, 2008, 978-1-59698-555-1, Hardcover, $27.95
Cocked, locked, and ready to rock, Ted Nugent, the thinking man’s Abraham Lincoln, has unleashed the ultimate high-octane political manifesto for the ages in Ted, White, and Blue–the most important patriotic statement since the Constitution.
That’s No Angry Mob, That’s My Mom, Michael Graham, 978-1-59698-619-0, Hardcover, $27.95
Michael Graham unleashes an uproarious, full-throated defense of the Tea Party movement and describes how average Americans will win the fight against Team Obama.
The 7-Minute Miracle, Sheldon Levine M.D., 2002, 978-0-89526-130-4, Paperback, $16.95
The 7-Minute Miracle shows you how to eat and exercise in a precise way that reprograms only those genes that control fat burning at each of the five hot spots.
The Abolition of Marriage, Maggie Gallagher, 0-895264641, Hardcover, $24.95
In this emotion-charged book, syndicated columnist Maggie Gallagher shows the critical condition the institution is in and the devastating effects a broken marriage has on everyone it touches.
The Age of Inflation, Jacques Ruefe, , Paperback, $$1.45
In this and other lectures, Rueff proves incontestably that a country can rid itself of inflation only by permitting the purchasing of power of its population at adjust itslef to teh total value of purchasable wealth, and by returing to a gold standard.
The Amateur, Edward Klein, 978-1-59698786-2, Hardcover, $27.95
“In The Amateur, Klein–a contributing editor to Vanity Fair, former foreign editor of Newsweek, and former editor-in-chief of the New York Times Magazine–pulls back the curtain on one of the most secretive White Houses in history.”
The American Retreat, Joseph Churba, 0895262040, Hardcover, $$18.95
America’s ability to keep the peace and protect freedom is in decline all around the world. This book argues forcefully that America’s retreat is a result of Washington’s inability to come to grips with the goal of the Soviet Union–world rule in the foreseeable future. Drawing on examples from out experiences in the Persian Gulf,… | read more »
The Arab Winter Comes to America: The Truth About the War We’re In, Robert Spencer, 2014, 978-1621572046, , $27.95
Robert Spencer explains the driving forces behind the jihadists operating now in the US: Their beliefs, their associations, and the international jihad network that is working for the same goals around the globe — including in the Arab spring uprisings.
The Arabs: A Short History, Philip K. Hitti, 1999, 978-0-89526-706-1, Paperback, $14.95
From the ancient cultures of the Middle East have sprung three of the world’s major religions, outstanding accomplishments in literature and science, and seemingly never-ending conflict–compounded now not only by geopolitics, but by the international hunger for oil and the web of global terrorism. But who are the Arabs, these remarkable people who have accomplished… | read more »
The Arthritis Cure Cookbook, Brenda Adderly, Lissa De Angelis, 0-89526-244-4, Hardcover, Paperback, $12.95
From the co-author of the New York Times bestseller The Arthritis Cure now comes the paperback version of The Arthritis Cure Cookbook including delicious recipes to help ease the pain in your joints, counter the ill effects of medications, and reduce inflammation.
The Arthritis Cure Fitness Solution, Brenda Adderly, Chanteil Miller, 0-89526-359-9, Hardcover, Paperback, $24.95
Adderly offers a commonsense approach to a powerful and enjoyable treatment that will enhance and improve the lives of those who suffer from arthritis.
The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin, Mark Skousen, 2007, 978-1-59698-030-3, Paperback, $19.95
This is the story of Benjamin Franklin’s life-told as only he could tell it-in the years before the American Revolution. A classic of autobiography, this is must reading for American-history buffs, and for anyone fascinated by larger-than-life personalities.
The Autobiography of Joan Sutherland, Joan Sutherland, 0-89526-374-2, Hardcover, $29.95
The most famous soprano of our time has at last written her autobiography, bringing to vivid life that remarkable career which spanned more than forty years.
The Bell Tower, Robert Graysmith, 0-89526-324-6, Hardcover, $27.95
Written–and lavishly illustrated–by the author who identified the Zodiac killer, The Bell Tower is a crime adventure based on exhaustive research that reveals the actual identity of Jack the Ripper.
The Best Part of the Day, Sarah Ban Breathnach, 2014, 9781621572527, Hardcover, $16.99
In her international bestseller Simple Abundance, Sarah Ban Breathnach inspired millions of women to find happiness in each day of their lives. Now Breathnach is back with her first children’s book: The Best Part of the Day. Beautifully illustrated and lyrically written, this “good night” story encourages children to find at least one moment in… | read more »
The Bias Against Guns, John R. Lott Jr., 2003, 978-0-89526-114-4, Hardcover, $
John Lott shows how liberals bury pro-gun facts out of sheer bias against the truth. With irrefutable evidence, Lott shoots gun critics down and provides the information needed to win arguments with those who want to ban guns. Lott shows: How Diane Sawyer, Dan Rather, Charlie Gibson, and other TV talking heads promote gun control… | read more »
The Bible is History, Ian Wilson, 0-89526-259-2, Hardcover, $29.95
Ian Wilson looks at the latest findings of eminent Biblical archeologists and scholars in order to provide physical and scientific evidence of some of the greatest stories in the Bible.
The Brain Gate, J. Robert Hatherill, Ph.D, 0-89526-141-3, Hardcover, $24.95
Find out how stress kills brain cells, how red meat can lead to Alzheimer’s, what foods can beat depression, and much more.
The Brotherhood, Erick Stakelbeck, 2013, 978-1-62157-033-2, Hardcover, $27.95
The Muslim Brotherhood, or Ikhwan, has engaged in terrorism, assassinations, and anti-Western, anti-Semitic rhetoric and violence for almost a century—yet few Americans realize how powerful they really are. While we focus on al Qaeda, Hamas, and Hezbollah, it’s actually the Muslim Brotherhood, the world’s oldest, most influential, and most anti-American Islamist group, that has become the… | read more »
The Burden of Vision, George A. Panichas, 0-89526-821-3, Paperback, $
Twenty years of studying, teaching, and writing on Dostoevsky, Professor Panichas devotes himself to the careful assessment of the religious themes and meanings of Dostoevksy’s major novels: Crime and Punishment, The Idiot, The Devils, A Raw Youth, and The Brothers Karamazov. Through, Professor Panichas sees Dostoevsky’s religious imagination in its radical, prophetic, and eschatological dimensions.
The Business of Happiness, John Buckley, Ted Leonsis, 978-1-59698-114-0, Hardcover, $27.95
In this inspiring book, Ted Leonsis reveals an amazing paradox: it’s not success that makes you happy; it’s happiness that leads to success. Ted also explains how he and many other successful businessmen, celebrities, athletes, and “regular folks” have discovered the six secrets that foster true happiness and life-long success.
The Case Against Barack Obama, David Freddoso, 978-59698-566-7, Hardcover, $27.95
In the New York Times bestseller The Case Against Barack Obama investigative reporter David Freddoso removes the gilt from the golden candidate, exposing Obama for who he really is: the #1 most liberal U.S. senator whose policies and inexperience could put our country in serious jeopardy.
The China Threat, Bill Gertz, 0-89526-281-9, Hardcover, $27.95
Best-selling author, Bill Gertz, has now written the definitive book on China’s threat on United States. The China Threat sheds new light on the text “Evil Empire”-and suggests where China will strike next.
The Committed Observer, Raymond Aron, 0-89526-624-5, Hardcover, $$17.00
The reader will discover a conception of history which has a place for human freedom, a firm defense of Western democracy and, as well a complex, lucid and passionate personality.
The Communist Manifesto, Friedrich Engels, Karl Marx, 1999, 978-1-59698-083-9, Paperback, $12.95
The great claim was that Marxism, as put forth in the Communist Manifesto, was scientific. Marx and Marxists spokemuch of the “false consciousness” of people whose arguments are only superficially intellectual, being (through they themselves are unaware of it) mere projections of class prejudice, and who thus believes themselves to be acting from religious or… | read more »
The Complete Guide to Wealth Preservation and Estate Planning, Jonathan Blattmachr, 0-89526-254-1, Hardcover, $165.00
A how-to guide that sets out a clear, step-by-step plan of action for making sure your heirs-not government-inherits your estate.
The Complete Idiot Letters, Paul Rosa, 0-89526-404-8, Paperback, $12.95
Paul Rosa’s collection of letters to well-known corporate giants will have you roaring with laughter as you picture each corporate bureaucrat trying to write a serious response to an obviously sarcastic question.
The Complete Infidel’s Guide to the Koran, Robert Spencer, 978-59698-104-1, Paperback, $19.95
In The Complete Infidel’s Guide to the Koran, New York Times bestselling author Robert Spencer unveils the mysteries lying behind this powerful book, guiding readers through the controversies surrounding the Koran’s origins and its most contentious passages.
The Completed Autobiography by Benjamin Franklin, Mark Skousen, 2005, 0-89526-281-9, Hardcover, $27.95
In honor of the 300th anniversary of Franklin’s birth, Dr. Mark Skousen draws from the old philosopher and founding father’s own papers, correspondence, and detailed outline to complete Franklin’s Autobiography.
The Completed Biography (1757-1790), Mark Skousen, 2007, 978-1-59698-529-2, Paperback, $19.95
Readers and historians have long lamented that Franklin failed to complete his Autobiography. While a classic in literature and among the most widely read autobiographies in the world, he stopped writing it in 1757-years before the most exciting events of his life. Now, in honor of the 300th anniversary of Franklin’s birth, Skousen has finished the autobiography completely in Franklin’s own words.
The Conscience of a Conservative, Barry Goldwater, 978-0-89526-540-0, Paperback, $$10.95
Here is the path-breaking book that rocketed a political philosophy into the forefront of the nation’s consciousness, written in words whose vigor and relevance have not tarnished with age.
The Conservative Mind, Russell Kirk, 2001, 978-0-89526-171-7, Paperback, $24.99
First published in 1954 and now available in a new edition, Russell Kirk’s history and assessment of conservative thought has been enthusiastically received by even the leading liberals of the day.
The Conservative Revolution in America, Guy Sorman, 0-89526-818-3, Paperback, $9.95
This French journalist looked to the “great social laboratory” of America for a preview of European destiny, highlighting those elements of American society, culture, and personal liberty that Americans take for granted as laws of nature.
The Constitution Handbook, Joseph Story, , Paperback, $
No reference work on the U.S. Constitution has achieved more acclaim than this classic work by Joseph Story (1770-1840), Harvard Professor of Law and Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court. On teh occasion of the Bicentennial of the Constitution, it is fitting that it is again readily available to teh American public and all others… | read more »
The Constitutions of Latin America, Gerald E. Fitzgerald, , Paperback, $
The constitutions of six Latin American nations–Chile, Colombia, Cost Rica, El Salvador, Mexico, and Venezuela–have been chosen by the editor as representative of the varieties of constitutionalism to found in this region. The introductions by the editor, which compare political reality with constitutional appearance and place the documents in their culture and historical context, make… | read more »
The Cox Report, Kenneth De Graffenreid, 0-89526-262-2, Paperback, $18.95
The Cox Report is one of the most stunning documents ever to come from the United States Congress–A shocking account of how the People’s Republic of China has targeted America for subversion, high-tech theft, and nuclear challenge.
The Crisis of Authority, Msgr. George A. Kelly, 0-89526-666-0, Hardcover, $
In the Crisis of Authority Msgr. George A. Kelly identifies the focus of tension in the Catholic Church in the United States today: the ambivalent position of the American bishops, torn between supporting the faith of the Church as defined by Vatican II and the fashionable dissenting piston of many of the clergy and leaders… | read more »
The Critique of War, Robert Ginsberg, , Paperback, $
The Critique of War represents a notable attempt to come to grips with the problems of war and peace. The issues examined are basic to the survival of the human race, especially in the age of nuclear weapons. When man can destroy the world in a matter of minutes, satisfactory answers to such questions as,… | read more »
The Daily Bean, Suzanne White, 2004, 978-0-89526-071-0, Paperback, $19.95
Achieving our nutritional goals and taking the bean from peasant fare to epicurean adventure, The Daily Bean is sure to make a bean-lover out of you.
The Darwin Myth, Benjamin Wiker, 978-1-59698-097-6, Hardcover, $27.95
In The Darwin Myth, Dr. Benjamin Wiker takes a critical look at Darwin’s theories and reveals the startling truth: Darwinism not only excluded the notion of God from evolution; it irrevocably divorced God from science forever.
The Die-Hard Fan’s Guide to Buckeye Football, Mark Rea, 2009, 978-1596985732, Paperback, $19.95
Managing editor of Columbus Sports Publications, a member of the voting panel for the Heisman Trophy, and an avid Buckeye fan, Mark Rea provides even the most Die-Hard fan a unique look to and through one of the greatest college football programs in history.
The Die-Hard Fan’s Guide to Longhorn Football, Geoff Ketchum, 978-1596985315, Paperback, $19.95
Hook ‘em, Horns! The Die-Hard Fan’s Guide to Longhorn Football is THE indispensable guide that all Texas fans must have. Written for die-hard Texas fans, this book pays homage to the players, coaches, and fans that comprise the Longhorn Nation.
The Die-Hard Fan’s Guide to Sooner Football, Jim Fletcher, 2008, 978-1-59698-530-8, Paperback, $19.95
Sooner fans, this is the one you’ve been waiting for–a book written by a die-hard fan, for die-hard fans. Chock-full of action photos, these pages capture the excitement and the glory of a century of Sooner football.
The Diet Trap, Pamela Smith, 0-89526-259-2, Hardcover, Paperback, $21.95
The Diet Trap examines the dilemmas, deceptions, and dangers of today’s popular diets. Smith explains how most diets put tremendous strain on every organ of your body and provides an exclusive seven-week “smart-weigh” for losing weight and feeling great.
The Dilemma of Education in a Democracy, , , Hardcover, $$16.95
An educator who knows the system from the inside lays the blame for education failure squarely on the doorsteps of the educational establishment. For more then 30 years now, educators have largely ignored the talented child, opting instead for “individual treatment” of children with lesser abilities. Although critical of almost every facet of “modern American… | read more »
The Dittohead’s Guide to Adult Beverages, Britt Gillette, 895260123, Paperback, $14.95
If you’re a Rush Limbaugh fan (a.k.a. a “Dittohead”), you’re familiar with the “Limbaugh Lexicon,” the show’s unique vocabulary that inspired this hilarious compilation of cocktail recipes–a must-have for Limbaugh listeners and card-carrying conservatives!
The Dybbuk, S. Ansky, 0-89526-904-x, Paperback, $$4.95
“It can hardly be said,” writes the translator, “that The Dybbuk is the product of one mind or even of one hand. Into its composition went the best and also the worst elements of the experiences of an entire people: their sufferings, their superstitions, their culture, and their soul…The Dybbuk is in essence a myth.”… | read more »
The Education of Children, ALfered Adler, 0-89526-981-3, , $$3.95
This book presents some of Adler’s most powerful insights. A landmark in the literature of education and child psychology.
The Education of George Washington, Austin Washington, 2014, 978-1621572053, Hardcover, $29.95
George Washington—a man of honor, bravery and leadership. He is known as America’s first President, a great general, and a humble gentleman, but how did he become this man of stature? The Education of George Washington answers this question with a new discovery about his past and the surprising book that shaped him. Who better… | read more »
The Electric Windmill, Tom Bethell, 0-89526-568-0, Hardcover, $$17.95
Here is cultural commentator Tom Bethell at the height of his craft. In The Electric Windmill he moves from the Kremlin to the homosexual districts in San Francisco to the jazz centers of New Orleans. Below are some excerpts: Feminists “She had short grizzly hair and she wore a horizontally striped rugger-bugger jersey. If she… | read more »
The Enchiridion on Faith, Hope, and Love, St. Augustine, 1999, 978-0-89526-703-0, Paperback, $16.99
This work was written by St. Augustine late in his life with the intention of supplying a well-educated Roman layman with a brief but comprehensive exposition of the essential teachings of Christianity. It contains many of his most profound and mature definitions of his thoughts on sin, grace and predestination, and is regarded as an… | read more »
The Energy Edge, Pamela Smith, 1998, 978-1-62157-343-2, Paperback, $19.95
America’s foremost sports nutritionist and best selling author shows you that all your energy does not have to be spent getting done what you have to do, leaving no energy left for what you want to do.
The Essential American, Jackie Gingrich Cushman, Newt Gingrich, 2010, 978-1-59698-643-5, Hardcover, $21.95
In The Essential American: 25 Documents and Speeches Every American Should Own, Jackie Gingrich Cushman offers a guide to the great documents and speeches that have stood as beacons to successive generations, expressing what it is to be an American.
The Evangelical President, Bill Sammon, 978-1-59698-518-6, Hardcover, $27.95
The Evangelical President is an unforgettable glimpse of a president at war, supported by an evangelical belief that tyranny should be overthrown, democracy supported, and America defended, combined with a steely stubbornness to see those goals through.
The Extreme Makeover of Hillary (Rodham) Clinton, Bay Buchanan, 1596985070, Hardcover, $27.95
Who is Hillary Clinton, and what does she stand for? The Extreme Makeover of Hillary (Rodham) Clinton provides the truth–and is a sobering reminder of how radicalism and corruption still cling to Hillary… no matter how many makeovers she has.
The Fight for Jerusalem, Dore Gold, 2009, 1-59698-102-4, Paperback, $16.95
Author of the New York Times bestseller Hatred’s Kingdom and the newly released The Rise of Nuclear Iran: How Tehran Defies the West, Dore Gold warns how an attack on the veracity of Jerusalem’s biblical past is only a prelude for compromising its political future.
The Final Days, Barbara Olson, 2001, 0-89526-167-7, Hardcover, $27.95
Bestselling Final Days shows how the Clintons climaxed eight years of sleaze with a spree of payoffs and self-indulgence unprecedented in its vulgarity and possible illegality.
The First Theologians, Charles W. Lowry, 0-89526-804-3, Paperback, $9.50
Set against the historical background of the advent of Jesus Christ, and the eruption and movement of the Christian Church as it is known today, this enlightening account follows the impact of early Christianity upon the world of the Roman Empire at a critical moment.
The Flight from God, Max Picard, 0-89526-752-7, Hardcover, $$9.95
In this powerful, classic, first published in 1934, the eminent Swiss philosopher Max Picard argues that though the “flight from God” is not a phenomenon unique to this age, man has nevertheless put himself and society in an extremely dangerous situation with the progressive secularization of Western culture.
The Forgotten Conservative, John Pafford, 2013, 978-1-62157-037-0, Hardcover, $27.95
Grover Cleveland is the forgotten conservative: a man of dignity, integrity, and courage often overlooked by the history books. Historian and author John Pafford reveals a president who deserves more attention. Cleveland might not have presided over deeply troubled times, but he set a standard for principled leadership in office that is especially relevant today.… | read more »
The Founding Father, Richard J. Whalen, 0-89526-733-0, Paperback, $$15.00
Recognized as the definitive biography of Joseph Kennedy, grandson of a poor Irish immigrant, hard-driving founder of a great fortune, and father of the thirty-fifth president of the United States.
The Founding Fathers Guide to the Constitution, Brion McClanahan, 2012, 978-1-59698-193-5, Hardcover, $24.95
In The Founding Fathers Guide to the Constitution, Brion McClanahan offers readers the definitive layman’s guide to America’s most important–and most misunderstood–historical document. Using well-known and little-known writings from the Founders themselves, McClanahan breaks down the Constitution, revealing our Founding Fathers’ meaning and interpretation of this sacred document.
The Freedom Agenda, Mike Lee, 2011, 978-1-59698-288-8, Hardcover, $24.95
In The Freedom Agenda, Senator Mike Lee proves why a balanced budget amendment is the only way to rein in spendthrift politicos and cut back government overreach.
The Future of the Gun, Frank Miniter, 2014, 978-1621572404, Hardcover, $27.95
The history of the American gun is intricately entwined with the history of America itself, and the potential future developments in gun technology could change the world. However, the radical anti-gun lobby stands between innovation and the American people. Bestselling author Frank Miniter describes amazing breakthroughs waiting to happen in gun technology — and how… | read more »
The Genesis of Science, James Hannam, 978-1-59698-155-3, Hardcover, $29.95
Taking you on a politically incorrect journey through history, The Genesis of Science reveals how the Middle Ages laid the foundation for Western civilization’s greatest achievement: modern science.
The Glittering Illusion, Sheldon Vanauken, 0-89526-552-4, Hardcover, $$17.95
In this first-rate analysis of America’s Civil War, best-selling author Sheldon VVanauken explains why the British Empire, which had sympathy for the Southern Confederacy, did not intervene on the South’s behalf.
The Great Destroyer, David Limbaugh, 978-1-59698-777-7, , $29.95
“In this sequel to his #1 New York Times bestseller, Crimes Against Liberty, David Limbaugh reveals how Obama has been the great destroyer–knocking down the free-market economy and principles of limited government that have made America the envy of the world.”
The Hand of God, Bernard Nathanson, 2013, 978-1-62157-044-8, Hardcover, Paperback, $16.95
In Dr. Nathanson’s deeply personal memoir, he reveals what led a lifelong atheist and passionate abortion crusader first to the pro-life cause, and finally to Christianity.
The Heritage Guide to the Constitution, Edwin Meese III, Matthew Spalding, 159698001X, Hardcover, $35.00
For the first time ever comes the ultimate guide to conservative thought on the U.S. Constitution–no legal library, law office, or personal library is complete without it.
The Heritage Guide to the Constitution: Fully Revised Second Edition, David Forte, Edwin Meese III, Matthew Spalding, 2014, 978-1621572688, Hardcover, $49.99
Everything you thought you knew about the Constitution and more—broken down, spelled out, and expounded upon. The Heritage Foundation presents its updated Guide to the Constitution, the preeminent and invaluable reference (with clause-by-clause analyses) for policymakers and students alike. With laws deconstructed, addendums unveiled, this guide proves to be the most comprehensive authority on our country’s… | read more »
The Heterodoxy Handbook, David Horowitz, Peter Collier, 0-89526-731-4, Paperback, $14.95
American universities have been transformed into vast patronage machines for the political left, prompting Collier and Horowitz to publish the monthly journal, Heterodoxy, and combining the most ridiculous follies of political correctness together in this collection.
The Human Body Shop, Amanda B. Carpenter, Andrew Kimbrell, 0-89526-418-8, Paperback, $14.95
Kimbrell asserts that cloning marks the end of human dignity, integrity, and individuality and that the human body has now become a commodity openly for sale.
The Hunt for Hitler’s Warship, Patrick Bishop, 978-1-62157-290-9, Hardcover, Paperback, $
Winston Churchill called “the Beast.” It was said to be unsinkable. More than thirty military operations failed to destroy it. Eliminating the Tirpitz, Hitler’s mightiest warship, a 52,000-ton behemoth, became an Allied obsession. In The Hunt for Hitler’s Warship, Patrick Bishop tells the epic story of the two men who would not rest until the… | read more »
The Idea of a University, John Henry Cardinal Newman, 1999, 978-0-89526-400-8, Paperback, $19.99
Though a century and a half has passed since John Henry Newman delivered the lectures which provide the basis for The Idea of a University, the prescription he served up is more relevant today than during the Victorian era. Newman wrote and delivered these addresses upon assuming the position as the first rector of the… | read more »
The Illustrated Gettysburg Reader, Rod Gragg, 2013, 978-1-62157-043-1, Hardcover, $29.95
One hundred and fifty years after the Battle of Gettysburg, the words of the soldiers and onlookers present for those three fateful days still reverberate with the power of their courage and sacrifice. The Illustrated Gettysburg Reader: An Eyewitness History of the Civil War’s Greatest Battle gathers letters, journals, articles and speeches from the people who lived… | read more »
The Impeachment of William Jefferson Clinton, R. Emmett Tyrrell, Jr., 0-89526-396-3, Hardcover, $24.95
This fast-paced “future history” gives a convincing scenario of how Clinton could be impeached and driven from office.
The Indispensable Milton Friedman, Lanny Ebenstein, 2012, 9781596988088, Hardcover, $27.95
The only collection of Friedman’s writings to span his entire career, The Indispensable Milton Friedman features never-before-republished writings as well as the best and most timeless of his works.
The Jane Austen Guide to Happily Ever After, Elizabeth Kantor, 1970, 978-1-59698-784-5, Hardcover, $27.95
In The Jane Austen Guide to Happily Ever After, Elizabeth Kantor explores what Austen heroines such as Elizabeth Bennet, Elinor Dashwood, and Anne Elliot can teach women about navigating the modern-day minefields of dating, love, and relationships. By following these heroines’ examples–and steering clear of the mistakes of Austen’s failed characters–Kantor reveals the path to lifelong love and true happiness.
The Language of Liberty, Joseph Fornieri, 978-1-59698-084-6, Hardcover, $34.95
The Language of Liberty provides an indispensable guide to the lay reader, the Lincoln aficionado, and the scholar. All now have access to a single volume collection of his great political speeches and writings with unedited versions, concise historical overviews, and scholarly reflections on the enduring significance of Lincoln’s political philosophy.
The Limits of Government, , 0-89526-653-9, Hardcover, $$19.95
The purpose of this book is to provide a rational basis for determining what a government should do and what it should not do. Through a thorough analysis of what is behind government’s rapid growth in the twentieth century, a conceptual framework for establishing the proper limits of government emerges.
The Lord, Romano Guardini, 1999, 978-0-89526-714-6, Paperback, $24.99
“This book is a masterpiece. It embodies the wealth of modern exegetical criticism opened by Protestant theologians like Karl Barth, the greatest traditions of ‘devotio moderna,’ French 17th century thought, the great insights of the Catholic mystics, and the matured speculation of scholasticism. But above all, it is an approach to Christ through the Gospels.”
The Millenium Bug, Michael S. Hyatt, 0-89526-373-4, Hardcover, $24.95
Hyatt explains the depth or the millennium crisis in layman’s terms, and discusses how the upcoming situation will affect all of us–and what you can do to protect yourself
The Moral Life and the Ethical Life, Eliseo Vivas, , Paperback, $
This is a serious, learned, and searching exploration of some of the most difficult questions which have ever concerned the human mind. It is also tough minded in the sense that it recognizes all the difficulties, begs no questions, offers no easy solutions and, unlike conventional protests against modern scepticism, makes no plea for a… | read more »
The Murder Business, Mark Fuhrman, 978-1-59698-584-1, Hardcover, $27.95
In The Murder Business, homicide detective and FOX news commentator Mark Fuhrman examines the media’s role in covering high-profile crimes. Fuhrman reveals never-before-published details about some of the most notorious cases, exposing the botched investigations, manipulative media practices, and subtle bribery that have allowed killers to go free.
The Murder of the Middle Class, Wayne Allyn Root, 2014, 978-1621572213, Hardcover, $27.95
Want a free sample of The Murder of The Middle Class? Click here. President Obama’s goal is to create a two-class society: the poor, and the super-rich. Decades of liberals (and even a few supposed “Republicans”) have helped push America toward this goal, and President Obama hopes to finish their work. Why? Because this two-class… | read more »
The Myth of Heterosexual Aids, Michael Furmento, 0-89526-729-2, Paperback, $14.95
Fumento exposes one of the disease’s most damaging rumors: that AIDS is no longer anchored to the high risk groups of homosexual men and intravenous drug abusers but is spreading from heterosexual to heterosexual through intercourse at epidemic speeds
The Myth of Hitler’s Pope, David G. Dalin, 2005, 895260344, Hardcover, $27.95
Wish devastating scholarship and unblinking honesty, Rabbi Dalin sets the record straight in a book that should shame haters of the pope, inspire conservative Christians, and sound a warning about the deep roots of Islamofacism.
The Nashville Diet, Marilyn Tucker, 0-89526-118-9, Hardcover, Paperback, $21.95
By ‘nutraplenishing’ our bodies, we can fuel ourselves with the right amounts of all the important nutrients we are not getting in our foods, reduce our cravings, and naturally lose weight.
The National Tax Rebate, Leonard M. Greene, 0-89526-351-3, Hardcover, $15.95
Leonard Greene spells out a bold new plan which would replace existing government programs with a monthly check for every American.
The New Americans, Michael Barone, 0-89526-202-9, Hardcover, Paperback, $27.95
Part lively, anecdotal immigrant history straight out of Angela’s Ashes, part spirited polemic, Michael Barone has written the most original book on American ethnic history in decades.
The New Color Line, Lawrence Stratton, Paul Craig Roberts, 0-89526-462-5, Hardcover, Paperback, $24.95
Roberts and Stratton give a convincing case as to why the 1964 Civil Rights Act has made it legally necessary to discriminate against white males in order to avoid lawsuits and to achieve mandated race and gender proportionality in America
The New Story of Science, George N. Stanciu, Robert M. Augros, 0-89526-833-7, Paperback, $
The new story of science develops and explains the implications of the new physics for psychology, philosophy, religion and fine arts. Integrating a broad range of scientific, philosophic and artistic experience, this book synthesizes contemporary scientific insights concerning the timeless questions that all men must ask: Is matter all that exists? What is man? Is… | read more »
The Next War, Caspar Weinberger, Peter Schweizer, 0-89526-447-1, Hardcover, Paperback, $27.50
Using the latest, most authoritative assessments of our technological resources, troop preparedness, and deployment capabilities, Weinberger and Schweizer have laid out–in gripping detail–the global conflicts in which America may find herself in the next twelve years
The Night Santa Got Lost: How NORAD Saved Christmas, Michael Garland, Michael Keane, 2012, 9781596988101, Hardcover, $14.95
Entertaining and educational, The Night Santa Got Lost: How NORAD Saved Christmas will delight parents and children alike while teaching kids about our military, team work, and the true spirit of Christmas.
The Official Handbook of the Vast Right-Wing Conspiracy, Mark W. Smith, 2008, 978-1-59698-049-5, Paperback, $14.95
Complete with undeniable facts, history, and razor-sharp wit, The Official Handbook of the Vast Right-Wing Conspiracy provides all the political punches you need to slug it out with any crazy liberal–and win.
The Official Handbook of the Vast Right-Wing Conspiracy, Mark W. Smith, 2004, 0-89526-085-9, Paperback, $14.95
Arm yourself with everything you need to win any political argument against friends, foes, and even family!
The Official Handbook of the Vast Right-Wing Conspiracy, Mark W. Smith, 0-89526-027-1, Paperback, $14.95
Arm yourself with everything you need to win any political argument against friends, foes, and even family!
The Old Limey, H.W. Crocker, III, 0-89526-232-0, Hardcover, $19.95
Comic chaos erupts when an old British brigadier general comes to Los Angeles searching for his missing goddaughter
The Original Intent of the Framers of the Constitution, Harry Jaffa, 0-89526-496-X, Hardcover, $24.00
Jaffa contends that the Framers believed the Constitution was anchored in the principles of natural law invoked by the Declaration of Independence and that today’s conservative judges deny the very existence of natural law.
The Party of Death, Ramesh Ponnuru, 1-59698-004-4, Hardcover, $27.95
National Review senior editor Ramesh Ponnuru details how left-wing radicals, using abortion as their lever, took over the Democratic Party–and how they have used their power to corrupt our law and politics, abolish our fundamental right to life, and push the envelope in ever more dangerous directions.
The Path to Rome, Hilaire Belloc, 0-89526-784-5, Paperback, $
Belloc describes his pilgrimage on foot from St. Cloud, France to Rome. While sleeping the the woods and walking 30 miles or more each day in the heat, Belloc also describes the common people and towns he goes through. The Path to Rome recounts a spiritual pilgrimage in a time and through places now gone. But… | read more »
The People Have Spoken (And They Are Wrong), David Harsanyi, 2014, 978-1621572022, Hardcover, $27.95
David Harsanyi makes the powerful case that democracy has done little more than corrode our liberty, prosperity, and morality, and rendered government inoperable. A republic, and not a pure democracy, is the system we need to restore sanity and liberty to American political life, and save ordinary people from the “passions of the crowd.”
The Pilgrim Chronicles, Rod Gragg, 2014, 978-1621572695, Hardcover, $27.99
“It may be said of us, almost as of the Egyptians, that there is not a house where there is not one dead, and in some houses many. In three months past, die half our company; the greater part in the depth of winter, wanting houses and other comforts, being infected with the scurvy and… | read more »
The Pipes Plan, Sally C. Pipes, 2012, 978-1-59698-793-7, , $16.95
Can we repeal Obamacare and replace it with real health care reform that relies on the free market? Yes, we can. The Pipes Plan is the blueprint.
The Political Writings of St. Augustine, St. Augustine, 1999, 978-0-89526-704-7, Paperback, $19.99
Anyone with a better than cursory knowledge of politics knows that a people’s deepest values – their religious values – are what determine whether a society will prosper or fail. And anyone with a more than cursory knowledge of history knows that there was once an entity called Christendom – a political society self-consciously in… | read more »
The Politically Incorrect Guide to American History, Thomas Woods Jr., 2004, 978-0-89526-047-5, Paperback, $
From the real American ‘revolutionaries’ to the reality of labor unions, this guide is all you need for the truth about America–objective and unvarnished.
The Politically Incorrect Guide to Capitalism, , 2007, 978-1-59698-504-9, Paperback, $
Breezy, witty, but always clear, precise, and elegantly reasoned, The Politically Incorrect Guide to Capitalism is a solid and entertaining guide to free market economics. With his twelve-step plan for understanding the free market, Murphy shows why conservatives should resist attempts to socialize America and fight spiritedly for the free market.
The Politically Incorrect Guide to Darwinism and Intelligent Design, Jonathan Wells, 2006, 978-1-59698-013-6, Paperback, $
Jonathan Wells, a microbiologist with two Ph.D.s (from Berkeley and Yale), unmasks the truth about Darwinism–why it is wrong and what the real evidence is.
The Politically Incorrect Guide to English and American Literature, Elizabeth Kantor, 2006, 978-1-59698-011-2, Paperback, $
Ph.D. Elizabeth Kantor exposes the PC professors who have hijacked syllabuses to obliterate the great literature in the English language and provides a crash course on the classics you may have been denied in school.
The Politically Incorrect Guide to Global Warming and Environmentalism, Christopher Horner, 2007, 978-1-59698-501-8, Paperback, $
It’s time to stand up to the environmentalist industry and insist: human beings are not the enemy. In breezy, light-hearted, and always entertaining fashion, The Politically Incorrect Guide to Global Warming and Environmentalism gives you the facts you need to do so.
The Politically Incorrect Guide to Hunting, Frank Miniter, 2008, 978-1-59698-521-6, Paperback, $
If you love hunting, you need to arm yourself with The Politically Incorrect Guide to Hunting, so that the next time you encounter an anti-hunter, you’ll be equipped to shoot down politically correct myths and defend this great American sport against all attacks.
The Politically Incorrect Guide to Islam (and the Crusades), Robert Spencer, 2005, 978-0-89526-013-0, Paperback, $
Islam expert Robert Spencer explodes the PC myths about Islam and casts a fresh and dramatic light on the crusader knights.
The Politically Incorrect Guide to Real American Heroes, Brion McClanahan, 2012, 978-1-59698-320-5, Paperback, $
Tragically, “PC” liberals have virtually erased some of America’s most important figures from history. Yet, in The Politically Incorrect Guide to Real American Heroes, author Brion McClanahan resuscitates America’s forgotten hereos and restores their honor.
The Politically Incorrect Guide to Science, Tom Bethell, 2005, 978-0-89526-031-4, Paperback, $
“Part of the runaway bestselling series, this guide takes on the controversies of science, spanning evolution, cloning, AIDS, abortion, stem cell research, global warming, and more.”
The Politically Incorrect Guide to Socialism, Kevin Williamson, 2011, 978-1-59698-649-7, Paperback, $
In The Politically Incorrect Guide to Socialism, Kevin Williamson reveals the fatal flaw of socialism–that efficient, complex economies simply can’t be centrally planned.
The Politically Incorrect Guide to the Bible, Robert J. Hutchinson, 2008, 978-1-59695-520-9, Hardcover, Paperback, $
“Atheists say the Bible is not relevant to the modern age, but Hutchinson silences them once and for all with this hard-hitting new “P.I.G.”–proving the Bible to be a unique and spiritual book, a historical and universal text, and anything but irrelevant to our lives and Western civilization today.”
The Politically Incorrect Guide to the British Empire, H.W. Crocker, III, 2011, 978-1-59698-549-0, Paperback, $
“The British Empire–the biggest empire in history–once ruled a quarter of the globe. It was built by an incredible array of swashbuckling soldiers and sailors, pirates and adventurers who finally get their due in H. W. Crocker III’s panoramic and provocative view of four hundred years of history that will delight and amuse, educate and entertain.”
The Politically Incorrect Guide to the Civil War, H.W. Crocker, III, 2008, 978-1-59698-549-0, Paperback, $
The Politically Incorrect Guide to the Civil War is a joyful, myth-busting, rebel yell that shatters today’s Leftist and demeaning stereotypes about the South and the Civil War
The Politically Incorrect Guide to the Constitution, Kevin Gutzman, 2007, 1596985054, Paperback, $
If we want to return to the founding fathers’ vision of the Republic, if we want the Constitution enforced in the way it was explained to the people at the time of its ratification, then we have to overcome the “received wisdom” about what constitutional law is. The Politically Incorrect Guide to the Constitution is an important step in that direction.
The Politically Incorrect Guide to The Founding Fathers, Brion McClanahan, 2009, 978-1-59698-092-1, Paperback, $
Timely and clear-sighted, The Politically Incorrect Guide to the Founding Fathers by Brion McClanahan shines light on who our Founding Fathers really were–the pillars of American society–and how they would lead America today by holding true to our founding documents.
The Politically Incorrect Guide to the Great Depression and the New Deal, Robert Murphy, 2009, 978-1-59698-096-9, Paperback, $
In The Politically Incorrect Guide to the Great Depression and the New Deal, Robert Murphy provides irrefutable evidence that government interference with the market caused the Great Depression and reveals the “real lessons” of the 1920s and 30s.
The Politically Incorrect Guide to the Middle East, Martin Sieff, 2008, 978-1-59698-051-8, Paperback, $
Filled with historical lessons and essential facts, this controversial new “P.I.G.” demonstrates why knowing the Middle East’s past is vital to understanding–and solving–the region’s problems today.
The Politically Incorrect Guide to the Presidents, Steven Hayward, 2012, 978-1-59698-776-0, Paperback, $
In The Politically Incorrect Guide to the Presidents, presidential historian Steven Hayward revives the original standard for judging our presidents. You’ll not only discover which presidents get an F on their efforts to preserve, protect, and defend the Constitution, but also learn about some of the underappreciated constitutional heroes who have been elected to the White House.
The Politically Incorrect Guide to The Sixties, , 2009, 978-1-59698-572-8, Paperback, $
“In The Politically Incorrect Guide to The Sixties, Jonathan Leaf contrasts the Sixties’ wild reputation with the conservative reality.”
The Politically Incorrect Guide to the South, Clint Johnson, 2007, 978-1-59698-500-1, Paperback, $
“The South is all about memory, heritage, and pride of place,” writes Clint Johnson. “I refuse to go along with the expunging of that memory, heritage, and pride, and I hope the readers of this book, Northern and Southern, will rise up and join me in protesting those who are trying to do it.”
The Politically Incorrect Guide to the Vietnam War, Phillip Jennings, 2010, 978-1-59698-567-4, Paperback, $
Without the sacrifices made and courage displayed by our military in Vietnam, the world would be a very different place today. The Politically Incorrect Guide to the Vietnam War at last reveals the truth about the battles, players, and policies of one of the most controversial wars in U.S. history.
The Politically Incorrect Guide to Western Civilization, Anthony Esolen, 2008, 978-1-59698-059-4, Paperback, $
Incorrect Guide to Western Civilization takes on the prevailing liberal assumptions that make Western civilization the universal whipping boy for today’s global problems, and introduces you to the significant events, individuals, nations, ideas, and artistic achievements that make Western civilization the greatest the world has ever known.
The Politically Incorrect Guide to Women, Sex, and Feminism, Carrie Lukas, 2006, 978-1-59698-003-7, Paperback, $
Carrie Lukas, a young career woman and new mother, sets the record straight: correcting the lies women have been told and slamming the door on the feminist professors and the rest of the bra-burners who have done so much to wreck women’s lives.
The President, the Pope, and the Prime Minister, John O'Sullivan, 2006, 1596980168, Hardcover, $27.95
Today, as we face a new and perhaps even deadlier enemy than Soviet Communism, we need to revisit the powerful lessons taught by these three great leaders who revived the faith, prosperity, and freedom of the West.
The Price of Valor, David A. Smith, 2015, 978-1-62157-317-3, Hardcover, $29.99
When he was seventeen years old, Audie Murphy falsified his birth records so he could enlist in the Army and help defeat the Nazis. When he was nineteen, he single-handedly turned back the German Army at the Battle of Colmar Pocket by climbing on top of a tank with a machine gun, a moment immortalized… | read more »
The Prisoner of Zenda, Anthony Hope, 1999, 978-0-89526-309-4, Paperback, $14.95
On a jaunt to the small European nation of Ruritania, an English gentleman discovers that he bears more than a passing resemblance to the King. Through a series of intrigues and adventures, he finds himself impersonating the king to defend him from a treacherous plot… and falling in love with the king’s love, Princess Flavia.
The Privileged Planet, Guillermo Gonzalez, Ph.D, Jay Richards, Ph.D, 2004, 0-89526-065-4, Hardcover, $27.95
Why life on earth and our view of the universe is no accident–by experts in astronomy and theology.
The Protestant Aesthetic, Gene Veith, 0-89526-206-1, Hardcover, $34.95
“In this beautifully illustrated book, Veith takes you inside the cultural, religious, historic, and artistic development of early America.
The Purpose of it All, Stanley L. Jaki, 0-89526-740-3, Paperback, $$10.95
An abiding sense of purpose assured by scientific and technological progress? What is the ultimate purpose of economic prosperity? These and similar questions turn up in the most unexpected contexts. One such was a blue-ribbon conference hosted in Moscow by the Soviet Academy of Sciences in June 1989. There the U.S. Senator effusively praising a… | read more »
The Quotable Ronald Reagan, Peter Hannaford, 1999, 0-89526-323-8, Paperback, $19.95
More than 300 or Reagan’s best quotes in a handsome hardbound edition with an introduction by former Reagan speechwriter Peter Hannaford.
The Real Custer, James Robbins, 2014, 978-1-62157-371-5, Hardcover, Paperback, $
The Real Custer takes a good hard look at the life and storied military career of George Armstrong Custer—from cutting his teeth at Bull Run in the Civil War, to his famous and untimely death at Little Bighorn in the Indian Wars. Author James Robbins demonstrates that Custer, having graduated last in his class at… | read more »
The Real Jimmy Carter, Steven Hayward, 0-89526-090-5, Paperback, $1995
Surprising evidence that Jimmy Carter is not the saintly, statesmanlike ex-president he’s made out to be.
The Really Inconvenient Truths, Ian Wilson, 978-1-59698-054-9, Hardcover, $27.95
Iain Murray, a witty and conservative environmental analyst, exposes seven of the all-time great environmental disasters caused by the Left, revealing the undeniable fact: environmentalists create more problems than they fix.
The Remarkable Ronald Reagan, Susan Allen, 2013, 978-1-62157-038-7, Hardcover, $16.95
Ronald Reagan was a natural leader, well-remembered not just for his political leadership, but also for his warmth, kindness, dignity, and optimism. There’s a lot kids can learn from Reagan, about our country and about being good leaders and good people. The Remarkable Ronald Reagan: Cowboy and Commander in Chief is a fun, colorful look at his… | read more »
The Rise of Nuclear Iran, Dore Gold, 2009, 1-59698-571-2, Hardcover, $27.95
Alarming and compelling, The Rise of Nuclear Iran by New York Times bestselling author Dore Gold confronts us with the most important foreign policy question of our time: will Iran be allowed to become a nuclear power–and at what cost?
The Roots of American Order, Russell Kirk, 0-89526-755-1, Paperback, $$19.95
“The Roots of American Order is destined to be accorded a distinctive status…Mr. Kirk is one of the few intellectuals with the breadth and depth of knowledge necessary to place the American experience in the broader historical perspective of our Judaic-Christian tradition.”
The Roots of Obama’s Rage, Dinesh D'Souza, 2010, 978-1-59698-276-5, Paperback, $16.95
Featuring a new introduction, the paperback edition of The Roots of Obama’s Rage reveals why Obama is a stranger to American ideals and how he came to despise the wealth and power of the country he leads.
The Ruling Class, Eric Felten, 0-89526-506-0, Hardcover, $24.00
Takes you inside the Imperial Congress to reveal what legislators prefer to keep hidden. The real problem is a remarkable abdication by congress or its lawmaking role: The United States Congress is a legislature that has stopped legislating.
The Scarlet Pimpernel, Baroness Emmuska Orczy, 1999, 978-0-89526-365-0, Paperback, $12.95
The Scarlet Pimpernel is literature’s greatest alias. Behind that mysterious moniker hides a daring nobleman, masked by various disguises, working to undermine the Reign of Terror in the wake of the French Revolution.
The Seamless City, Rick Baker, 978-1-59698-197-3, Hardcover, $17.52
In The Seamless City, Rick Baker, former mayor of St. Petersburg, Florida, offers practical advice, based on his nine years of experience in City Hall, to show how every mayor and city council can make their city dramatically better.
The Secret Life of Bill Clinton, Ambrose Evans-Pritchard, 1596987944, Hardcover, $18.26
In this shocking exposÃ©, Freeman, a world-renowned financial expert who has consulted for top government agencies, explains how our foreign enemies are waging economic warfare on America.
The Silencing, Kirsten Powers, 2015, 978-1-62157-370-8, Hardcover, $27.99
Free speech and freedom of conscience have long been core American values. Yet a growing intolerance from the left side of the political spectrum is threatening Americans’ ability to freely express beliefs without fear of retaliation. USA Today columnist and Fox News contributor Kirsten Powers calls it, “The Silencing.” Powers chronicles this forced march toward… | read more »
The Social Contract, Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 1999, 978-1-59698-082-2, Paperback, $$16.95
Social Contract takes up an argument which had begun with Bodin and Hobbes, and been continued by Grotius, Spinoza, and Locke to form the foundation of political thinking in the eighteenth century. But it is both more and less then that implies: more in expressing the sensibilite of its author, writing with a grasp of… | read more »
The Sociology of Revolution, Ronald Ye-Lin Cheng, , Paperback, $$4.95
Revolutions mark quantum-jumps in the history of nations: the development of the United States, France, Russia or China could not be understood without taking into account their separate revolutions. Yet very little is known about the sociology of these events. There are many studies and monographs of particular revolutions, and there are several theoretical models… | read more »
The Soviet Assult on America’s Southern Flank, Franklin A. Jaeckle, James Whelan, 0-89526-561-3, Hardcover, $$17.95
A well researched, gripping look at the current Central America crisis. Whelan and Jaeckle show how civil wars pitting Marxism against democracy are threatening the citizens of Central America and the security of the United States.
The Ten Commandments, Dennis Prager, 2015, 978-1-62157-417-0, Hardcover, $14.99
The most important words ever written are the Ten Commandments. These words changed the world when they were first presented at Mt. Sinai to Israelites, and they are changing it now. They are the foundation stones of Western Civilization. Given their staggering importance, you would think that all societies, and certainly our educational and religious… | read more »
The Ten Commandments, Dennis Prager, 2015, 978-1-62157-419-4, Hardcover, $12.99
“Imagine a world without sadness, fear, or evil. That is what God wants for all of us. That is why He gave us the Ten Commandments.” In this illustrated guide, noted moral teacher and popular talk show host Dennis Prager explains the Ten Commandments in a way that young readers can understand. Fluent in Hebrew,… | read more »
The Terrorist Next Door, Erick Stakelbeck, 2011, 978-1-59698-152-2, Hardcover, $27.95
Cocked, locked, and ready to rock, Ted Nugent, the thinking man’s Abraham Lincoln, has unleashed the ultimate high-octane political manifesto for the ages in Ted, White, and Blue–the most important patriotic statement since the Constitution.
The Third Generation, Benjamin Hart, 0-89526-572-9, Hardcover, $$17.95
Since the election of Ronald Regan, Third Generation conservatives have sought to put their stamp on all aspects of policy. As such, they are becoming experts and specialists in fields ranging from taxes to foreign policy. Conservative groups now focus exclusively on specific goals such as returning to the gold standard or deploying SDI.
The Thought and Art of Albert Camus, , , Paperback, $
The primary concern of Albert Camus, his philosophy–which has been interpreted and reinterpreted, subjected to confusions and misconceptions, and both claimed and rejected by the existentialists–has been obscure by his great literary success. The purpose of this book, which analyzes each Camu’s plays, novels and essays in a detailed manner, is first to acquaint the reader… | read more »
The Three Cornered World, Natsume Soseki, 1999, 978-0-89526-768-9, Paperback, $16.99
The Three Cornered World is the novelistic expression of the contrast between the Western ethical view of reality and the Eastern ethical view by one of Japan’s most beloved authors. Natsume Soseki tells of an artist who retreats to a country resort and becomes involved in a series of mysterious encounters with the owner’s daughter.… | read more »
The Tragedy of American Compassion, Marvin Olasky, 0-89526-725-X, Paperback, $14.95
Marvin Olasky compares the modern welfare state with that of the turn of the century, concluding that our problem is not that our current programs are to extravagant with money but that it is stingy with the help that only a person can give: love, time, care, and hope.
The Truth about Muhammad, Robert Chandler, 1970, 1-59698-028-1, Hardcover, $27.95
Islam expert Robert Spencer offers an honest and telling portrait of the founder of Islam–perhaps the first such portrait in half a century–willing to face the hard facts about Muhammad’s life that continue to affect our world today.
The Truth About Obamacare, Sally C. Pipes, 2010, 978-1-59698-636-7, Paperback, $16.95
Exposing the lies and rhetoric that have dominated the discussion about healthcare, The Truth About Obamacare offers the cold, hard facts–and 10 specific ideas for real healthcare reform that won’t usurp our individual rights and empty our pockets.
The Truth About the Shroud of Turin, Robert K. Wilcox, 978-1-59698-600-8, Paperback, $16.95
In The Truth About the Shroud of Turin, journalist Robert K. Wilcox draws on over thirty years of evidence, interviews with experts, and painstaking research to present the full story of the shroud in astonishing detail. Is the shroud of Turin the ingenious work of an artist, or the true shroud of Christ? You’ll know the answer after reading The Truth About the Shroud of Turin
The Twenty-First Century City, Stephen Goldsmith, 0-89526-435-8, Hardcover, $24.95
Steven Goldsmith reveals the basic principles to a successful city where less bureaucratic intervention means increased competition, lower costs and better services.
The Ultimate Man’s Survival Guide, Frank Miniter, 2009, 978-1-59698-570-4, Hardcover, $26.95
Packed with more than 600 practical tips, answers, and facts as well as how-to illustrations, advice, and anecdotes, The Ultimate Man’s Survival Guide teaches men the skills, attitudes, and philosophies they need to be the Ultimate Man.
The Ultimate Obama Survival Guide, Wayne Allyn Root, 2013, 978-1-62157-091-2, Hardcover, $27.95
Build your wealth. Protect your faith and family. Secure your freedom. Don’t just survive Obama…learn how to outsmart his big-government, socialist system and thrive! Wayne Allyn Root is no stranger to risks and challenges. From his career as a businessman and television host to his emergence as a mega-pundit on virtually every major news outlet, Root… | read more »
The Undocumented Mark Steyn, Mark Steyn, 2014, 978-1621573180, Hardcover, $29.99
He’s brash, brilliant, and drawn to controversy like a moth to a flame. For decades, Mark Steyn has dazzled readers around the world with his raucous wit and brutal honesty. Whether he’s sounding off on the tyranny of political correctness, the existential threat of Islamic extremism, the “nationalization” of the family, or the “near suicidal… | read more »
The Vast Right-Wing Conspiracy’s Dossier on Hillary Clinton, Amanda B. Carpenter, 1-59698-014-1, Hardcover, $19.95
Your one-stop guide to everything Hillary Clinton and her handlers don’t want you to know.
The Venona Secrets, Eric Breindel, Herb Romerstein, 2014, 978-1-62157-295-4, Paperback, $
Espionage experts Herbert Romerstein and Eric Breindel reveal the full, shocking story of the days when Soviet spies ran their fingers through America’s atomic-age secrets.
The War on Football, Daniel J. Flynn, 2013, 978-1-62157-155-1, Hardcover, $27.95
From concussion doctors pushing “science” that benefits their hidden business interests to lawyers clamoring for billion-dollar settlements in scam litigation, America’s game has become so big that everybody wants a cut. And those chasing the dollars show themselves more than willing to trash a great sport in hot pursuit of a buck. Everything they say… | read more »
The War on Success, Tommy Newberry, 978-1-59698-118-8, Hardcover, $24.95
In The War on Success, New York Times bestselling author Tommy Newberry argues that the Obama administration is not only attacking entrepreneurs and small business owners, it’s launched a fundamental assault on the very concept of success. Newberry also shows you how you can fight back against Team Obama’s War on Success.
The Way the World Works, Jude Wanniski, 978-0-89526-344-5, Paperback, $16.95
Jude Wanniski’s masterpiece that defined the economic policies of the 1980s responsible for the booming stock market, the creation of thirty million new jobs, and unparalleled prosperity has now been re-released.
The West’s Last Chance, Tony Blankley, 1-59698-021-4, Paperback, $16.95
Washington Times editor Tony Blankley paints the picture of a Europe in which radical Islam is triumphant–and what must happen to save the West.
The Wine Sense Diet, Annette Davis, 0-85926-256-8, Hardcover, $29.95
Does drinking a glass or two of wine daily really make you healthier? Yes! Annette Davis-and she have the research to prove it. The Wine Sense Diet shows how to combine wine with other healthy foods to easily create a lifestyle you can enjoy.
The Wit and Wisdom of Ronald Reagan, James Humes, 2008, 978-1-59698-045-7, Hardcover, $24.95
Spanning one-liners, anecdotes, zingers, little-known stories, commentary, and analysis of President Reagan’s greatest speeches, The Wit & Wisdom of Ronald Reagan is an exceptional tribute to America’s adored fortieth president.
The Y2K Personal Survival Guide, Michael S. Hyatt, 0-89526-301-7, Hardcover, $27.50
An oversized, step-by-step guide to ensure your family’s preparedness for Y2K which includes nearly thirty tables and charts to help you evaluate your needs.
The Yanks Are Coming!, H.W. Crocker, III, 2014, 978-1621572626, Hardcover, $29.99
Bestselling military historian H. W. Crocker III (The Politically Incorrect Guide to the Civil War, Robert E. Lee on Leadership, etc.) now turns his guns on the epic story of America’s involvement in the First World War with his new book The Yanks Are Coming: A Military History of the United States in World War I. 2014… | read more »
Through the Eyes of the Enemy, Stanislav Lunev, 0-89526-390-4, Hardcover, $24.95
The highest ranking GRU officer ever to defect from Russia surfaces after six years under the FBI’s witness protection program to warn that the Cold War is not over and that our old adversaries are more dangerous than ever.
Time To Get Tough, Donald J. Trump, 2011, 978-1-59698-773-9, Hardcover, $27.95
“Donald J. Trump’s Time to Get Tough sets out a common sense agenda to restore American prosperity and make our nation respected once again.
To Save America, Newt Gingrich, 2011, 978-1-59698-190-4, Paperback, $17.95
Featuring a new introduction and completely updated throughout, To Save America paperback provides a roadmap for conservatives, revealing what the new Republican majority has to do in 2011 to ensure success this time around.
Total Wealth, Mac Barnes, 0-89526-235-5, Hardcover, $24.95
One of the founding executives at Bloomberg Financial Markets, Mac Barnes, shows you how his simple and reliable financial plan to accumulate wealth and protection.
Trashing the Planet, Dixy Lee Ray, Lou Guzzo, 0-89526-544-3, Hardcover, $$19.95
Trashing the Planet is the one book you need to get a sure, common-sense grasp on the contentious issues where science and politics overlap, and where environmentalism moves from well-meaning idealism to counterproductive eco-terrorism.
Treatise on Law, St. Thomas Aquinas, 1999, 978-0-89526-705-4, Paperback, $17.99
St. Thomas Aquinas’s Summa theologiae is often compared to a medieval cathedral because of its sublime construction both as a work of logic and literary architecture. Here is a mere tip of one of the spires, summarizing the great Saint’s views on the nature and structure of law. Believing that law achieves its results by… | read more »
Trust Betrayed, Scott Taylor, 2015, 978-1-62157-327-2, Hardcover, $27.99
Loose Lips Sink Ships Every American knows the old World War II saying—but ex-Navy SEAL sniper Scott Taylor believes today’s leaders have forgotten it. After serving his country for eight years and watching brave comrades die, Taylor came home to a White House that leaks sensitive intelligence information whenever politically expedient. Now, on behalf of… | read more »
Turnaround, Mitt Romney, 2004, 0-89526-084-0, Hardcover, $27.95
The story of how the governor of Massachusetts delivered success to the 2002 Salt Lake City Olympics in the new age of terrorism.
Twilight of Abundance, David Archibald, 2014, 978-1621571582, Hardcover, $27.95
Baby boomers enjoyed the most benign period in human history: fifty years of relative peace, cheap energy, plentiful grain supply, and a warming climate due to the highest solar activity for 8,000 years. The party is over—prepare for the twilight of abundance.
Ulysses S. Grant: A Victor, Not a Butcher, Edward Bonekemper, III, 2010, 978-1-59698-641-1, Paperback, $16.95
Throughout history, General Ulysses S. Grant has been unfairly maligned, painted as a crude butcher of troops who only won the Civil War through sheer brute force and numbers. Yet author Edward H. Bonekemper III proves this to be an unfair–and inaccurate–characterization of Grant in the new paperback version of Ulysses S. Grant: A Victor, Not a Butcher. Controversial and compelling, Ulysses S. Grant: A Victor, Not a Butcher, Bonekemper ably silences Grant’s critics and restores Grant to the heroic reputation he so richly deserves.
Unabomber, Robert Graysmith, 0-89526-397-1, Hardcover, $24.95
The man who solved the infamous Zodiac murders, now delivers the complete bone-chilling story of the Unabomber, not only plunging into the complex mind of the bomber, but detailing the longest, most intense, and costliest manhunt in national history.
Unaccountable Congress, Joseph J. DioGuardi, 0-89526-521-4, Hardcover, $$17.95
Unaccountable Congress is an insider’s view by a man who came to the House after 22 years with one of the world’s leading accounting firms. But DioGuardi is no dull, unimaginative bookkeeper. His lively descriptions and down-to-earth language get his point across: Congress habitually engages in financial deceptions that would land corporate officers in jail.
Unfit for Command, Jerome R. Corsi, John O'Neill, 2004, 0-89526-017-4, Hardcover, $27.95
A shocking indictment of John Kerry by some of the men who know him best.
Unglued & Tattooed, Mike Yorkey, Sara Trollinger, 0-89526-169-3, Hardcover, $21.95
A how-to guide to help parents recognize and heed the warning signs of today’s hip culture, including threats that weren’t around twenty or thirty years ago.
Unhinged, Michelle Malkin, 0-89526-030-1, Hardcover, $27.95
“Shocking and hilarious proof from bestselling author and journalistic sleuth Michelle Malkin of the utter hypocrisy of Democrats who fashion themselves as role models of tolerance and civility
Unholy Alliance, David Horowitz, 0-89526-076-X, Hardcover, $27.95
Best-selling David Horowitz blows the lid off the American Left, its dangerous link with radical Islam, and its influence on American media and higher education.
Unlimited Access, Gary Aldrich, 1998, 0-89526-406-4, Paperback, $15.95
FBI agent, Gary Aldrich, uses eyewitness testimony to show the American public that the Clinton staff–characterized by arrogance and ignorance–was often hostile to the military, the FBI, the CIA, and the Secret Service
Useful Idiots, Mona Charen, 0-89526-436-4, Hardcover, $27.95
Bestselling author Mona Charen holds American liberals accountable–and reveals the horrifying crimes that they helped defend and cover up for the Communists.
Values Matter Most, Ben Wattenberg, 0-89526-436-4, Paperback, $14.95
After 25 years of social deterioration in America, Wattenburg dramatically advances the argument that the concern about values has become the number one issue in the political arena.
Victory Undone, Carter Andress, Malcolm McConnell, 2014, 9781621572800, Hardcover, $$29.99
Here is a dramatic, first-person account of how the United States won the war in Iraq, only to see the peace lost by an unengaged administration, with Iraqis terrorized and the new “caliph” of ISIS promising , “I’ll see you in New York.” Military contractor Carter Andress was the ultimate boots-on-the-ground “civilian” in Iraq. While… | read more »
Wall of Silence, Janardan P. Singh, Rosemary Gibson, 2003, 978-0-89526-112-0, Hardcover, $39.99
Gibson uses dozens of real-life stories to illustrate how medical errors can and do happen anywhere in the medical process–from diagnosis through treatment.
War on the West, William Perry Pendley, 0-89526-482-X, Hardcover, $24.95
The Federal government, backing the environmentalists, is using strong-arm tactics against western landowners, making action necessary in order to help preserve the American west, head off extremism, and keep private land in private hands.
War Stories, Oliver North, 2003, 0-89526-063-8, Hardcover, $29.95
Bestselling author North reports in living detail the story of the real Iraq War–the war the media missed.
War Stories II, Oliver North, 2004, 1-59698-023-0, Paperback, $16.95
FOX News’ Oliver North presents firsthand accounts of the most contentious and treacherous battles from the Pacific theater of WWII. Free DVD included.
War Stories III, Oliver North, 2005, 1-59698-024-9, Paperback, $16.95
From the award-winning and number one—rated FOX News Channel series hosted by bestselling author Oliver North comes the third in the hit series of books highlighting the most riveting stories of monumental battles in American history.
War, Politics, and Power, Karl von Clausewitz, 1999, 978-0-89526-401-5, Paperback, $18.95
For the strategist–whether he’s in business, the military, or any other competitive field of endeavor–here is the essence of the greatest military thinker in the western world. Karl von Clausewitz (1780-1813) was a Prussian general and battlefield opponent of Napoleon (including on the retreat from Moscow). His book On War is the most famous and… | read more »
Warning Signs, Brian J. Karem, John Kelly, 2011, 978-0-89526-189-2, Hardcover, $21.95
You see your kids every day. You have a handle on their lives, right? But do you know how to read the undercurrents? Can you spot the subtle signs of potentially addictive behavior? Is there a touch of violence hidden in your child? WARNING SIGNS shows the exact key behaviors, activities, and personality changes to… | read more »
Warriors for the West, William Perry Pendley, 1-59698-006-0, Hardcover, $27.95
With dramatic storytelling and hard-hitting facts, former Marine, Capitol Hill lawyer, and Reagan Administration official William Pendley puts human faces on Westerners’ historic and often precedent-setting fights against big government.
Waste Management, Timothy Jacobson, 0-89526-511-7, Hardcover, $$21.95
In the beginning we knew them as scavengers. then as garbageman. then solid waste haulers. Then the dispensers of sophisticated environmental services. The changing language charts the evolution of a huge industry. No company better represents this industry than Waste Management, today the largest and most successful provider of environmental management services in the world.
We Serve, Paul Martin, 0-89526-534-6, Hardcover, $$24.95
The international success story of the Lions Club. IT tells the tale of how practical-minded visionaries banded together 75 years ago in Chicago to create an organization that now operates nearly 40,000 clubs in more the 170 countries. One and a half million men and women proudly claim the title of “Lion.”
Wealth and Poverty, George Gilder, 1970, , Hardcover, $29.95
In the updated edition of the New York Times bestseller Wealth & Poverty with a new introduction from Steve Forbes, author and preeminent economic thinker George Gilder proves why supply-side economics—rather than Obama’s big-government, redistributive policies—is the answer to decreasing America’s poverty rate and increasing her prosperity.
Welcome to Obamaland, James Delingpole, 978-59698-588-6, Hardcover, $27.95
Hilarious, impassioned, and perceptive, Welcome to Obamaland will have you laughing through your tears and taking courage from the eternal truth of conservative convictions.
What Jefferson Read, Ike Watched, and Obama Tweeted, Tevi Troy, 2013, 9781621570394, Paperback, $18.95
From Cicero to Snooki, the cultural influences on our American presidents are powerful and plentiful. Thomas Jefferson famously said “I cannot live without books,” and his library backed up the claim, later becoming the backbone of the new Library of Congress. Jimmy Carter watched hundreds of movies in his White House, while Ronald Reagan starred… | read more »
What Washington Can Learn From the World of Sports, George Allen, 2010, 978-1-59698-598-8, Hardcover, $27.95
In What Washington Can Learn from the World of Sports, George Allen blends sports anecdotes–memorable, funny, and nostalgic–with the political issues we face, proving that Washington would be far better off it took a page from the sports world’s playbook.
What’s So Great About America, Dinesh D'Souza, 2002, 0-89526-153-7, Hardcover, $27.95
A simultaneous call to Americans to embody not just the radical spirit of individualism that is dominant now, but the higher, nobler liberty that America also makes possible.
What’s so Great About Christianity, Dinesh D'Souza, 2008, 978-1-59698-517-9, Hardcover, $27.95
The New York Times bestselling What’s So Great About Christianity proves that Christianity and science are not at odds with each other; that atheism is philosophically, factually, and demographically bankrupt; and that a resurgent Christianity is the real wave of the future–and atheism a trend of the past.
What’s the Big Idea, Charlie Brown?, Charles M. Schulz, 2014, 978-1621572572, Hardcover, $16.99
Charlie Brown and his friends are throwing a party to celebrate great inventions! To prepare for the party, everyone in the Peanuts gang is coming up with a favorite “big idea” from history. But Charlie Brown has a problem: he can’t think of any big ideas! Rediscover history’s great inventions—and learn about a very important… | read more »
Whatever It Takes, J.D. Hayworth, 0-89526-028-X, Hardcover, $27.95
Arizona congressman Hayworth takes on one of the most controversial issues of national security–immigration–and exposes the hypocrisy, greed, and political correctness that could literally destroy our nation.
When Did White Trash Become the New Normal?, Charlotte Hays, 2013, 978-1-62157-160-5, Hardcover, $21.95
About the Book: Tattoos used to be considered beyond the pale. Occasionally, there would be a shocking rumor to the effect that somebody’s father had acquired a tattoo while in the military. But decent, law-abiding citizens didn’t go to tattoo parlors and emerge marked with indelible signs of bad taste. “Tattoing used to be the… | read more »
When I Was a Kid, This Was a Free Country, G. Gordon Liddy, 0-89526-106-5, Paperback, $27.95
In this entertaining narrative, Liddy walks through the erosion of certain rights and liberties fought for by our Founders.
Where Did You Go, Charlie Brown?, Charles M. Schulz, 2014, 978-1-62157-258-9, Hardcover, $16.99
Charlie Brown and his friends are embarking on a day of adventures! As the Peanuts gang explores the outdoors, the kids decide to reenact the feats of great explorers they learned about in school. Retrace the remarkable journeys of men and women who tread new ground—including one woman you’ve never heard of before—in this exciting… | read more »
Who Cares, Charlie Brown?, Charles M. Schulz, 2014, 978-1-62157-259-6, Hardcover, $16.99
Charlie Brown and his friends are hitting the baseball field for a long day of fun in the sun! But the game turns into something more when the Peanuts gang starts learning about the many men and women who changed the course of history by helping their fellow humans. This touching ode to some of… | read more »
Who Killed the Constitution? The Judges v. the Law, William Eaton, 0-89526-776-4, Paperback, $10.95
William Eaton argues that the Supreme Court has “outgrown” the Constitution and betrayed the Framers’ formula of checks and balances.
Why We Fight, William J. Bennet, 0-89526-134-0, Paperback, $17.95
Bennett seeks to preserve moral clarity in order to ensure that our national resolve, in the wake of September 11, does not falter in this difficult and necessary war.
Winning the Future, Newt Gingrich, 2005, 1-59698-007-9, Paperback, $16.95
Former Speaker Newt Gingrich lays out a path for economic security, national defense, and dramatic political reform.
Witness, Whittaker Chambers, 2014, 978-1-62157-296-1, Paperback, $
#1 New York Times bestseller for 13 consecutive weeks! First published in 1952, Witness is the true story of Soviet spies in America and the trial that captivated a nation. Part literary effort, part philosophical treatise, this intriguing autobiography recounts the famous case and reveals much more. Chambers’ worldview and his belief that “man without mysticism is a monster” went on to help make political conservatism a national force.
Women in the Military, Brian Mitchell, 0-89526-376-9, Hardcover, $24.95
Now former Army officer Brian Mitchell offers a sober, thoughtful, but scalding analysis of how the integration of women into our armed forces has proved a national security nightmare.
Woodrow for President, Cheryl Barnes, Peter Barnes, 2012, 9781596987869, Hardcover, $16.95
Election year is upon us and what better way to teach children about campaigning, voting, and the election process than through Cheryl and Peter Barnes’ critically-acclaimed book Woodrow for President! Featuring Woodrow G. Washingtail, a civic-minded mouse with presidential ambitions, Woodrow for President follows Woodrow as he runs for president of the United Mice of America
Woodrow, the White House Mouse, Cheryl Barnes, Peter W. Barnes, 2012, 978-1-59698-788-3, Hardcover, $16.95
Woodrow Washingtail is back and ready to get to work as Commander-in-Cheese of the United Mice of America! A follow-up to Woodrow for President, Woodrow, the White House Mouse teaches children about the presidency and the art, architecture, and history of the White House as President Washingtail and his family work and play in the greatest mouse house of all.
Worshipping the State, Benjamin Wiker, 2013, 978-1-62157-029-5, Hardcover, $27.95
Many Christians feel that they are being opposed at every turn by what seems to be a well-orchestrated political and cultural campaign to de-Christianize every aspect of Western culture. They are right, and it goes even further back than the Obama Administration. In Worshipping the State: How Liberalism Became Our State Religion, Benjamin Wiker argues that… | read more »
Yankee Doodle Dandy, Callista Gingrich, 2013, 978-1-62157-087-5, Hardcover, $14.95
Oh say can you see? Ellis dives back into history! In the third installment of the New York Times bestselling Ellis the Elephant series, America’s favorite time-traveler visits America during the Revolutionary War, teaching kids (and parents!) about how America went from a collection of colonies to a proudly self-governing country! Illustrated by Susan Arciero Events… | read more »
Year of the Rat, Edward Timperlake, William Triplett, II, 0-89526-249-5, Paperback, $14.95
.The New York Times bestseller Year of the Rat includes inside information on the China connection to Clinton White House, Chinese campaign contributions in exchange for favors, the drive of Chinese intelligence to gain access to America’s most sensitive secrets, and Clinton’s connections to the Macao crime syndicate.
You’re Teaching My Child What?, Miriam Grossman, M.D., 978-1-59698-554-4, Hardcover, $24.95
In her shocking exposÃ©, You’re Teaching My Child What?, Dr. Miriam Grossman rips back the curtain on sex education today, exposing a sordid truth. Today’s sex ed programs aren’t based on science; they’re based on liberal lies and politically correct propaganda that promote the illusion that children can be sexually free without risk.