Book Reviews by Rachel Alexander

Unmasking the Frightening State of America

Conservative author and talk show host Michael Savage has published another book – incredibly, his 36th – and it is eye-opening but depressing. Government Zero goes over the dismal state of the country’s current problems due to what Savage describes … Continue reading

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Left Wing Orthodoxy and the Fiction of Big Government

Conservative talk radio host Mark Levin’s new book, Plunder and Deceit: Big Government’s Exploitation of Young People and the Future, provides an excellent way to get up to date on the worst political problems facing us today. It is somewhat … Continue reading

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Hard Work, Conservative Values Made Perdue’s Chicken Man a Success

Most people today have heard of S. Truett Cathy, the founder of Chick-fil-A, due to the company’s high-profile conflicts over its Christian values, but there was an original chicken billionaire whose chickens are also still around today.

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An Inside Glimpse at the Left’s Progress for a North American Union

The North American Idea is one man’s version of the “European Idea,” also known as the European Union – the result of multi-national social, economic and political integration of a disparate people. The authors of the recent Council on Foreign Relations task force report…

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Architects of Decline

New York Times bestselling author Dinesh D’Souza has written a chilling book, which is also a major motion picture, revealing how the left is deliberately diminishing America’s status as a superpower by undermining it from within. As America is declining, other countries are increasing in prowess, most notably China, Russia, India and Brazil.

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The Principles and Ideals of the American Revolution

Lynne Cheney has written what may be the most authoritative and comprehensive book ever on the life of Founding Father and president James Madison. It offers a fascinating perspective into how brilliant Madison truly was – possibly even more so than any of the other Founding Fathers.

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Second Amendment Hurdles and Liberal Hypocrisy

Washington Times columnist Emily Miller has written a jaw-dropping book about the arduous process required to legally own a gun in our nation’s capital. At first glance, since the cover features Miller in a pink tank top holding her SIG Sauer, it appears to be a basic story about a girl learning to shoot a gun for the first time.

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Blacklisted by Higher Education

B ias against conservative professors in academia is getting worse, not better. Mary Grabar, a conservative professor of English, has put together a series of essays by conservative and moderate professors who have found themselves shunned and frozen out of … Continue reading

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Creeping One-World Government

Political commentator and advisor Dick Morris has co-written a book with his wife Eileen McGann explaining why there are legitimate reasons to be concerned about progression towards a one-world government.

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Dystopian Thriller about the Very Real UN Policy of Sustainable Development

Conservative commentator Glenn Beck has co-authored a frightening new book about the future of our society under the local auspices of ‘sustainable development,’ called Agenda 21. Although it is a work of fiction, it could become nonfiction.

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Scalia Repudiates Judicial Activism

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia has co-written a book on legal interpretation with Bryan Garner, a liberal who is an expert on legal language. Although liberal, Garner is equally as concerned about the judicial interpretation of laws that seeks to look outside of the text, instead of looking to the text itself to determine the meaning (“textualism”).

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