Featured Reviews

Barack H. Obama: The Unauthorized Biography, by Webster Griffin Tarpley

Conspiracy Collection

Democracy: The God That Failed, by Hans-Hermann Hoppe

Dollars for Terror, by Richard Labévière

Drug Crazy, by Mike Gray

The First and Last Freedom, by Jiddu Krishnamurti

The Innocence of Oswald: 50+ Years of Lies, Deception & Deceit in the Murders of President John F. Kennedy & Officer JD Tippit

JFK: The CIA, Viet Nam and the Plot to Assassinate John F. Kennedy, by L. Fletcher Prouty

Money, Banking and the Federal Reserve

Neo-Conservatism: The Autobiography of an Idea, by Irving Kristol

Our Enemy the State, by Albert Jay Nock

PEACE: by the Wonderful People Who Brought You Korea & Viet Nam, by Archibald E. Roberts, Lt. Col. AUS (Ret.)

Stories of Survival (collection)

With God in Russia, by Father Walter Ciszek, SJ

4 Responses to Featured Reviews

  1. mary patten says:

    I liked your review of “The First and Last Freedom.” I agree with the author that the only hope is internal transformation. (The failed Communist experiment, in my opinion, proved that you can’t change human nature by decree; people have to want to change themselves.) I came to that conclusion after reading “Conversations with God” in which, much to my amazement, God sounds like a libertarian. S/He advocates leaving people alone to traverse their own paths in freedom and a VOLUNTARY 10% tax to help those in need.

    It is only through the exercise of the greatest freedom that the greatest growth is achieved.
    –Conversations with God, Book 2

  2. joe wilkins says:

    It is a fact that we cannot change other people to any system of acting or thinking unless they want to change. Any form of government works for a while–as long as the people have been deceived sufficiently to want that government. But inevitably, their perfect world presents its flaws, and they become disillusioned and begin demanding change. The fact is, there will be no perfection in this life–as history has demonstrated. For religious believers, their perfection will come in the next life, and they know they must accept imperfection in this life. However, non-believers have a big, big problem: for them there is no next life–this life is it! Thus they are forced to seek their perfection here and now, and they seem to want to make government their God and capitalism the Devil. I am reminded of the old joke: How many counselors does it take to change a light bulb? Answer: Only one–but the bulb has to really want to change. Keep up the good work.

  3. Gloria Gregory says:

    ‘ the citizenry is getting too prosperous and too independent ‘

  4. Anonymous says:

    Bradded recommend crichton’s environmental fiction state of fear on another post…here was my reply…

    “Funny you should mention that book…I read it when it first came out in 2004 and I remember distinctly having the thought that the book was good but the idea of a total environmental panic was a bit far-fetched…then I saw it unfold in real life and I thought Crichton was a genius! Then he died and I was really bummed.

    Another book I had a similar reaction to, then realized how true it was, was Tom Wolfe’s A Man in Full, which takes place in Atlanta….

    I recommend both!”

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