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When Politics Becomes War, The President Needs Fighters

With many pundits and political analysts speculating about Donald Trump’s possible run for the presidency in 2024, there is perhaps no better time to review his first term and determine how successful it really was. Who was the man and what was his legacy? Of course, in order to be fair and accurate in assessing the last president, Americans must…

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Why Fighting Divisive Racial Narratives Is A Patriotic Necessity

Charles Love’s Race Crazy: BLM, 1619, and the Progressive Racism Movement arrives in the midst of a glut of books about The 1619 Project, Black Lives Matter, and the various incarnations of the modern woke movement. While many of these books are fine contributions to the corpus chronologizing America’s disturbing descent into tribal conflict, a decade from now, Love’s book—a…

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The Spy Who Got Away With Stealing America’s Nuclear Secrets

“For an old spy and codebreaker like myself,” Malcolm Nance, the onetime National Security Agency cryptographer and current Brookings Scholar, once observed, “nothing in the world happens by coincidence.” But when it came to George Koval, the Soviet sleeper spy carefully embedded into the Manhattan Project who, with his all-American background and scientific training, revealed key American nuclear secrets to…

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Saving Children From Being Soft, Entitled, And Aimless

Peruse any list of non-fiction bestsellers these days, and one is quickly struck by the reality that the most successful authors tend to be giants of American culture—prominent politicians, erudite pundits of all political persuasions, blue-check celebrities, or the occasional Ivy League academic hoping to cross over from scholarly paper writing into mainstream American mass market book commercialism. Yet if…

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Celebrated Novelist Tackles Faith And Family, With Thought-Provoking Results

Jonathan Franzen’s latest book Crossroads will make readers cry. This novel goes for the emotional jugular and never once lets go, making 2001’s The Corrections look tame in comparison. Published earlier this month, Crossroads is part of a trilogy called A Key to All Mythologies, with the remaining two titles still to come. Crossroads is already being hailed as Franzen’s…

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New Book Charts A Tale Of Sudden Civilizational Collapse

A British minister was recently under fire for mentioning what might have seemed obvious to anyone not obsessed with political correctness. “I don’t care about colonialism,” Kemi Badenoch argued, “they came in and just made a different bunch of winners and losers. There was never any concept of ‘rights’, so [the] people who lost out were old elites, not everyday…

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Getting Beyond Global Warming Alarmism To Find Real Solutions

In early May 2011, a couple dozen followers of the radio evangelist Harold Camping arrived in Washington, D.C. declaring that the end of the world would happen in a few weeks — May 21, 2011, to be exact. Camping, who had thousands of followers across the nation, had made his apocalyptic prediction based on a complicated mathematical calculation he claimed…

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Here’s An Essential Book For Anyone Dealing With Critical Illness

In Every Deep-Drawn Breath: A Critical Care Doctor on Healing, Recovery, and Transforming Medicine in the ICU, pulmonary and critical care specialist Dr. Wes Ely chronicles his career-long “journey back to [his] original oath – first do no harm.” During his first rotation in critical care, Ely adhered to accepted ICU protocols, using endless arrays of interventions to “push back against…

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Asian-American Excellence Embodies The American Dream And Threatens Leftist Racism, New Book Argues

Kenny Xu exposes the truths coastal elites know, but self-servingly ignore. Xu’s new book, “An Inconvenient Minority: The Attack on Asian American Excellence and the Fight For Meritocracy” is a paean to Asian Americans and all they offer to our country and world. Moreover, his book is a reminder that the American dream is as real as it is in…

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Jean Hanff Korelitz Releases A Thriller That Never Loses ‘The Plot’

The softball question tossed to authors, “Where do you get your ideas?” has suddenly acquired a sinister curve. The Plot, a tension-filled mystery thriller by Jean Hanff Korelitz, whose novel You Should Have Known was recently made into an HBO series, opens with a winking quote from T.S. Eliot (or was it Mark Twain?): “Good writers borrow, great writers steal.” The story…

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‘Under Siege’ Calls All Happy Warriors To Rise

It’s easy for cultural conservatives to become jaded in today’s world. Despite all the efforts to fight the tides of progressive secularism and radical leftism, every institution, including many mainline churches, have succumbed. Consequently, younger generations have rejected the faith of the fathers, the political and moral wisdom of their predecessors, and even their own biology. Austin Ruse, a man…

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