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  • Unifying the Country Starts with the Education System

    11/04/2020 4:19:53 AM PST · by karpov · 24 replies
    James G. Martin Center for Academic Renewal ^ | November 4, 2020 | Jenna A. Robinson
    Education reformer E.D. Hirsch may have discovered the cure for our current political divisions—but it won’t be easy. His prescription is a total overhaul of the K-12 education system as well as our schools of education. Hirsch lays out his plan in a new book, How to Educate a Citizen: The Power of Shared Knowledge to Unify a Nation. For many years, E.D. Hirsch has been an outsider in education circles. While the education establishment focused on critical thinking, child-centered education, and skills instruction, Hirsch insisted that content matters. Hirsch’s new book expands on that theme. In it, Hirsch repeats...
  • The Growing Season: How I Built a New Life--and Saved an American Farm

    11/01/2020 6:45:11 PM PST · by Hojczyk · 12 replies
    Amazon books ^ | November 1,2020 | Hojczyk
    This a great book....should be taught in middle or high school... Verified Purchase This book reads like a work of fiction because Sarah’s story is incredible but true. The book is well written and will immerse you in her childhood experiences. This book is for those who have the entrepreneurial spirit, for those who want to change their life direction, who love farming, who believe in the American Dream, or who want to remember growing up during the 1970’s-1980’s. The span of her life is huge—from simple beginnings to incredible success, which was all earned by grit and determination. You...
  • Egypt: How a Fiercely Christian Nation Became Fanatically Islamic

    10/28/2020 6:34:15 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 15 replies
    American Thinker ^ | 10/28/2020 | Raymond Ibrahim
    One of the benefits of Adel Guindy’s new book, A Sword Over the Nile: A Brief History of the Copts Under Islamic Rule, is that it implicitly answers an important question: how and why did non-Muslim nations become Islamic?  In this case, how did Egypt go from being overwhelmingly Christian in the seventh century to being overwhelmingly Muslim in the twenty-first century?  To understand the significance of this question -- and because pre-Islamic Egypt’s profoundly Christian nature is often forgotten -- a brief primer is in order: Before Islam invaded, Egypt was home to some of Christendom’s earliest theological giants and...
  • Book Review: 'The Perihelion' Duology

    10/27/2020 7:15:33 PM PDT · by tbw2 · 8 replies
    Owlcation ^ | Sep 27, 2020 | Tamara Wilhite
    “The Perihelion” is a book by D.M. Wozniak. “The Perihelion Complete Duology”. It presents a United States several decades after the Second American Civil War. The United States is divided between the blue core cities and the "redlands", each with their own laws and culture. But the legacy of genetic engineering and systemic oppression mean tensions are slowly simmering in the blue cities themselves ...
  • Win Bigly: A Book Review

    10/27/2020 7:06:27 AM PDT · by tbw2 · 4 replies
    Hubpages ^ | Aug 28, 2020 | Tamara Wilhite
    Scott Adams was one of the first people to predict President Trump’s victory in 2016. He was shunned by liberals and had events dropped for merely appreciating the “master persuader” skill-set though he disagreed with Trump’s politics. That Scott Adams was attacked online, his livelihood threatened, his girlfriend de-verified on Twitter twice as liberal Big Tech companies sought to punish him and those associated with him drove him to endorse Trump after endorsing Clinton for his literal safety. He later called these liberal bullies "Hillbullies." After Trump’s win and the confused liberal elites trying to figure out how it happened,...
  • Tara Reade penning memoir

    10/26/2020 9:31:57 AM PDT · by bhive · 7 replies
    Fox news ^ | Joseph A. Wulfsohn
    Tara Reade is writing a memoir about the turbulent journey she has taken since coming forward with her allegation that her former boss Joe Biden sexually assaulted her in 1993. Reade, who went public in March with the accusation after previously joining several women who in 2019 lodged claims of unwanted touching by the former senator, vice president and current Democratic presidential candidate, is authoring the book "Left Out: When The Truth Doesn't Fit In." It is slated for release on Oct. 27, just one week before the presidential election. The synopsis reads, "Tara Reade shares the aftermath of the...
  • Socialist Critique of Libertarian Children’s Books Drives Massive Surge in Sales

    10/24/2020 6:55:30 PM PDT · by tbw2 · 10 replies
    Foundation for Economic Education ^ | October 20, 2020 | Kerry McDonald
    As Connor Boyack recently discovered, there is no such thing as bad publicity. The creator of the popular Tuttle Twins children’s book series, which reinforces libertarian values and free-market principles, saw his book sales surge after an established progressive magazine wrote a lengthy feature article attacking the books.
  • An Explosive Story of Treachery Within the Trump Administration

    10/23/2020 9:10:17 AM PDT · by rktman · 53 replies ^ | 10/23/2020 | William Marshall
    Rich Higgins is the quintessential American patriot. A tough, blunt-spoken guy from the streets of Boston, he began his career as an Army bomb technician in the 1990s. He went from screening visitors to the Clinton White House, looking for hidden explosives, to clearing IEDs in Iraq, to working in the Trump administration as a national security expert, worrying about metaphorical boobytraps set by Obama holdovers and Deep State seditionists. Higgins’ new book, “The Memo: 20 Years Inside the Deep State Fighting for America First,” is an eye-opening and unique book for a political memoir. It is not heavy on...
  • Dark Skies: Space Expansionism, Planetary Geopolitics, and the Ends of Humanity: A Review

    10/05/2020 2:31:36 AM PDT · by LibWhacker · 13 replies
    Centauri Dreams ^ | 10/2/2020 | PAUL GILSTER
    While we often discuss expansion into the Solar System as a step leading to interstellar flight, the movement into space has its dark side, as author Daniel Deudney argues in a new book. As Kenneth Roy points out in the review that follows, it behooves everyone involved in space studies to understand what the counter-arguments are. Ken is a newly retired professional engineer who is currently living amidst, as he puts it, “the relics of the Manhattan Project in Oak Ridge, Tennessee.” His professional career involved working for various Department of Energy (DOE) contractors in the fields of fire protection...
  • Book Review: 'Economic Facts and Fallacies' by Sowell

    09/02/2020 7:24:51 PM PDT · by tbw2 · 6 replies
    Hubpages ^ | Nov 5, 2019 | Tamara Wilhite
    “Economic Facts and Fallacies” by Thomas Sowell came out in 2008, but like many of Thomas Sowell’s other books on economics, it remains a classic. What are the strengths and weaknesses of this book? How does it compare to his other major works?
  • Book Review: 'Clinton Cash'

    09/07/2020 7:09:55 PM PDT · by tbw2 · 6 replies
    Soapboxie ^ | October 5, 2018 | Tamara Wilhite
    Clinton Cash is a 2016 graphic novel about Hillary Clinton’s use and abuse of the Clinton Foundation, her political positions since Bill Clinton left office and other scandals. This book is unique for taking the form of a graphic novel while tackling multiple scandals and controversies in less than 150 pages. It is a shorter companion piece to longer book “Clinton Cash: The Untold Story of How and Why Foreign Governments and Businesses Helped Make Bill and Hillary Rich”. What are the pros and cons of this political “comic” book?
  • Schweizer: Biden Relationship with China ‘Has Very Real National Security Implications’

    09/06/2020 5:39:25 PM PDT · by E. Pluribus Unum · 24 replies
    Breitbart ^ | 6 Sep 2020 | Jeff Poor
    During an interview on Fox News Channel’s “Watters’ World,” Breitbart News senior contributor and Government Accountability Institute President Peter Schweizer, discussed his forthcoming documentary, “Riding the Dragon: Uncovering the Bidens’ Chinese Secrets.” Schweizer laid out Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden’s ties to Communist China, which he warned could have national security implications for the United States. Transcript as follows: WATTERS: One of the biggest bombshells involves one of Hunter’s partners trying to steal US secrets, and Hunter himself bypassing laws that benefited the Chinese military. Joining me now with an inside look at “Riding the Dragon: Uncovering the Biden’s Chinese...
  • Is America as Bad as Nazi Germany?-Lessons from a black man who lived in both places

    09/02/2020 6:50:44 AM PDT · by SJackson · 29 replies
    Frontpagemagazine ^ | Sep 2, 2020 | Lloyd Billingsley
    . “If you were of the opinion that the United States wasn’t nearly as bad as Nazi Germany, how wrong you are,” proclaims sports commentator Jemele Hill (pictured above), citing Caste, a “masterpiece” of a book by Isabel Wilkerson. Quickly challenged, Hill pushed back that Nazi Germany “learned their systems of genocide by watching America,” and the Nazis “borrowed significantly from American racial laws,” which is why “some Nazi scholars were in America studying racial terror in the South.” A somewhat different perspective might emerge from a black person who actually lived in Nazi Germany and the United States. Consider,...
  • D.B. Cooper: 40 years later - November 24th, 2011, marks the 40th anniversary of the legendary case

    11/25/2011 2:35:32 PM PST · by DogByte6RER · 43 replies · 1+ views
    Yahoo! News ^ | November 24, 2011 | Yahoo! News
    D.B. Cooper: 40 years later November 24th, 2011, marks the 40th anniversary of the legendary Cooper case, an unsolved crime that has baffled agents, detectives and amateur sleuths, and spurned one of the greatest manhunts in law enforcement history. The FBI’s case file on D.B. Cooper runs some forty feet long. It is located in the basement archives of the Bureau’s field office in Seattle, where for four decades agents have hunted for the man who ransomed a passenger jet for a small fortune and parachutes, then jumped out the back over the rural Northwest, during the middle of a...
  • The Stakes: America at the Point of No Return

    09/01/2020 6:49:44 AM PDT · by PoliticallyShort · 7 replies
    Claremont Review of Books ^ | 09/01/20 | Angelo Codevilla
    In his new book, The Stakes: America at the Point of No Return, Michael Anton, now a lecturer and research fellow at Hillsdale College, again urges Americans to vote for Trump, disappointed though they may be with his performance, because they know even better than before how much this country’s ruling class would use control of the presidency to hurt us in our private and public lives for having dared to reject their mastery. Trump, imperfect as he is, is like a finger in a dike that, if removed, would loose a deluge. Anton describes how the Democratic Party-led complex...
  • How to Be an Anti-Intellectual: A lauded book about antiracism is wrong on its facts and in its assumptions.

    08/24/2020 5:41:55 AM PDT · by karpov · 12 replies
    City Journal ^ | October 27, 2019 | Coleman Hughes
    How to Be an Antiracist, by Ibram X. Kendi (One World, 320 pp., $27.00) In 2016, Ibram X. Kendi became the youngest person ever to win the National Book Award for Nonfiction. His surprise bestseller, Stamped from the Beginning: The Definitive History of Racist Ideas, cast him in his role as an activist-historian, ambitiously attempting to make 600 years of racial history digestible in 500 pages. In his follow-up, How to Be an Antiracist, Kendi––now 37, a Guggenheim fellow, and a contributing writer at The Atlantic––reveals his personal side, weaving together memoir, polemic, and instruction as he invites the reader...
  • Debra Soh’s new book is “a cancel-culture grenade”

    08/22/2020 10:20:01 AM PDT · by tbw2 · 12 replies
    Quotulatiousness blog ^ | 08/22/2020 | Jen Gerson
    Jen Gerson knows that any positive mention of Debra Soh’s The End of Gender: Debunking Myths About Sex and Identity has a strong resemblance to square-dancing in a minefield. Cancellations may fall like raindrops on the career of anyone so unenlightened as to even acknowledge the existence of such a work:
  • Book Review: 'What's So Great About Christianity' by Dinesh D'Souza

    08/21/2020 9:58:52 AM PDT · by tbw2 · 10 replies
    Hubpages ^ | July 21, 2020 | Tamara Wilhite
    "What's So Great About Christianity" by Dinesh D'Souza is a look at the reasons why Christianity is responsible for the success of the Judeo-Christian West and the positives Christianity has wrought around the world. What are the strengths of Dinesh D'Souza's book? And what are the weaknesses of D'Souza's Christian apologetic work?
  • New Book Explains Exactly Who the Woke Are

    08/14/2020 9:15:05 AM PDT · by Evan Sayet · 8 replies
    Frontpage magazine ^ | 8/13/2020 | Mark Tapson
    If you are familiar with the wit and wisdom of conservative philosopher and comedian Evan Sayet from his first book, KinderGarden Of Eden: How the Modern Liberal Thinks, or his lecture to the Heritage Foundation on the same topic – the most-viewed lecture in Heritage history, which the late Andrew Breitbart called “one of the five most important conservative speeches ever given” – or his illustrated faux children’s tale about climate change, Apocali Now, or his standup performances, then you know what an incisive and entertaining perspective Sayet brings to our national political conversation. Now Sayet has authored a brand...
  • Tucker guest exposes what made Matt Drudge – ‘now firmly a man of the Left’ – turn so drastically

    07/25/2020 11:03:11 AM PDT · by BeauBo · 85 replies
    BizPac Review ^ | JULY 25, 2020 | Jon Dougherty
    Fox News host Tucker Carlson said during his show on Friday that once-conservative news aggregator Matt Drudge of “The Drudge Report” is “now firmly a man of the progressive Left,” noting that his site has taken on a decidedly anti-President Trump bent in recent months... recent months, Carlson continued, the site “has changed dramatically, 180 degrees. Matt Drudge is now firmly a man of the progressive Left.” As such, scores of Drudge’s former conservative readers have now left the site for another rising conservative aggregate, Revolver.News, the Fox News host added. In April, President Trump tweeted that he “gave...