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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, 1970, 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, 1970, 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, 1970, 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, 1970, 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.

Liberty’s Last Stand, Stephen Coonts, 2016, 978-1-62157-507-8, Hardcover, $27.99

Jake Grafton and Tommy Carmellini suddenly find themselves on the wrong side of the law when a public act of violence throws the country into chaos just before a presidential election. After martial law is declared and rioting begins, Grafton and Carmellini must risk everything to unravel a massive conspiracy and help a new resistance movement rise up against an unimaginable enemy…

Libey on Customers, , 1970, 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 After Google, George Gilder, 2018, 9781621575764, Hardcover, $28.99

Silicon Valley’s Nervous Breakdown The Age of Google, built on big data and machine intelligence, has been an awesome era. But it’s coming to an end. In Life after Google, George Gilder—the peerless visionary of technology and culture—explains why Silicon Valley is suffering a nervous breakdown and what to expect as the post-Google age dawns.… | read more »

Life and Works of an American Artist, Krehbiel, 1970, 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.

Light Horse Harry Lee: The Rise and Fall of a Revolutionary Hero and the Father of Robert E. Lee, Ryan Cole, 2019, 9781621576976, Hardcover, $29.99

He was a dashing military hero who led the fight for America’s independence. His son would later become the general who almost tore America apart. Henry Lee III, whose name “Light-Horse” came from his legendary exploits with mounted troops and skill in the saddle, was a dashing cavalry commander and hero of America’s War for… | read more »

Like the Shepherd, Robert Wolgemuth, 2017, 978-1-62157-511-5, Hardcover, $24.99

A husband’s God-given responsibility to his wife is to be her shepherd: to love her, serve her, comfort her, protect her, provide for her, sacrifice for her, and lead her. Like the Shepherd guides men on how to embrace the role of shepherd, drawing on the wisdom of the Bible to give men practical, powerful… | read more »

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, 1970, 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, 1970, 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.

Lost Shepherd, Philip Lawler, 2018, 9781621577225, Hardcover, $26.99

Faithful Catholics are beginning to realize it’s not their imagination. Pope Francis has led them on a journey from joy to unease to alarm and even a sense of betrayal. They can no longer pretend that he represents merely a change of emphasis in papal teaching. Assessing the confusion sown by this pontificate, Lost Shepherd explains what’s… | read more »

Love & Sex, Nancy Houston, 2018, 978-1621576754, Hardcover, $24.99

Sex is a gift from God, created to bond a married couple and to reflect His nature. But it isn’t always easy to navigate two bodies becoming one. About the time you think you have it figured out, something can challenge a couple to revisit its purpose. Sex is meant to be a beautiful, mutual… | read more »

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.