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Painting the Map Red, Hugh Hewitt, 1970, 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.

Paloma Wants to Be Lady Freedom, Rachel Campos Duffy, 2018, 1621577368, Hardcover, $18.99

Little Paloma is not happy when her dad drags the family to America’s capital to celebrate becoming an American citizen. “What’s the big deal about becoming an American?” Paloma grumbles. But by the end of her whirlwind day—after she gets lost in the Capitol Building and becomes starstruck by the gleaming statue of Lady Freedom—Paloma is filled… | read more »

Panic Among the Philistines, Bryan F. Griffin, 1970, 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.

Panic on the Pacific, Bill Yenne, 2016, 9781621574972, Hardcover, $29.99

The aftershocks of the December 7, 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor were felt keenly all over America—the war in Europe had hit home. But nowhere was American life more immediately disrupted than on the West Coast, where people lived in certain fear of more Japanese attacks. From that day until the end of the war,… | read more »

Partners in Power, Roger Morris, 1970, 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, 1970, 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 »

Politically Incorrect Guide to Immigration, John Zmirak, 2018, 978-1621576730, Paperback, $21.99

The crime statistics. The jobs. The inflated welfare state. The terror threats. The Politically Incorrect Guide to Immigration shines cold light on America’s out-of-control immigration problem with real-life stories and incontrovertible evidence.

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, 1970, 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, 1970, 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, 1970, 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, 1970, 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, 1970, 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, 1970, 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, 1970, 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, 1970, 0-89526-028-X, Hardcover, $27.95

David Horowitz’s riveting exposé 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, 1970, 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, 1970, 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 »