Book Reviews

Book Reviews of recent political and history books relating to American History and American Political History.

Conscience of a Conservative

Conscience of a Conservative

Book Reviews
While it's not customary to review a 57-year-old book, in this case I made an exception because its contents were far more important and tandem to our current situation as it was in 1960. It is a visionary assessment of what it means to be a real conservative. As many of you know, Republican Senator Barry Goldwater ran for president in 1964 against incumbent, Lyndon Johnson. The Democrats and media, true to form, painted him as a war monger, poised to use the atom bomb. Due to the battle fatigue many held from two back-to-back World Wars, many turned away from the traditional viewpoints and sought to re-elect Johnson. It was in this campaign the infamous Ronald Reagan speech, A Time For Choosing, aired on television for Goldwater's campaign, which now receives much attention for its own
Guilty As Sin

Guilty As Sin

Book Reviews, Corruption, Election News, Government, Legal, Media
The latest offering involving Hillary Clinton's criminality,  corruption and how she's manage to dodge the legal justice system bullet penned by Ed Klein's Guilty As Sin is a searing look at the investigation of her email scandal. Encompassing the Obama Administration's meddling into the FBI's investigation along with Bill Clinton's now infamous meeting with Attorney General Loretta Lynch in late June on an Arizona tarmac, the author illustrates the side we have not been privy. Most began to wonder about the investigation's integrity with FBI Director James Comey made his indictment against Clinton during his July 5th press conference, but then failed to close the deal by recommending criminal charges for adjudication. Playing judge, prosecutor and jury, his statements demonstrated
Progressive Racism

Progressive Racism

Book Reviews, Education, Government
Progressive Racism takes an honest look at the relationship between Liberalism and Racism in American culture. Penned by David Horowitz, this well organized book contains arguments and substantiating examples of how this relationship has been a long-running theme within Liberals' efforts to divide America into racial compartments, while pitting one against the others. This tapestry has been weaving since Reconstruction and continues to this day - from the KKK formation in the 1800s to the current day Black Lives Matter groups, the Liberals continue to propagate a dangerous propaganda that continues to weave it's ugly threads throughout our society. Hence, this nefarious interwoven relationship has wrongly galvanized the Democrat party as some social justice warrior team rather than the ...
The Confessions of Congressman X

The Confessions of Congressman X

Book Reviews, Corruption, Election News
The building has a way of wooing even the most cynical person as it represents our government. Second only to the White House, it emulates our sense of the Constitution, puts us closer to our founding fathers... and now, unfortunately, corruption! Congressman X is a fast read, but the pages are packed with the disdain most representatives feel about we the people. Starting with adjectives as 'Sheeple,' 'Lazy,' and uninformed, it comes clear as glass exactly what the congressman (a senior Democrat) thinks about us. And in many respects, his thoughts are justified. Most people do vote on their party line rather than looking at candidates for proven track records and integrity. Perfect example is to look to our current election...Look at everyone rallying around Hillary Clinton - a pers...
The Clinton Cash Machine

The Clinton Cash Machine

Book Reviews
If anyone wants to venture into the international underbelly of corruptions, bribes and nefariously questionable transactions of Bill and Hillary Clinton, Peter Schweizer's, Clinton Cash, can take you on such a jaunt. The book firmly lays out a case for any jury to indict based on Congressman Trey Gowdy's, faults exculpatory statements as the facts and figures provides a cohesiveness lacking in many other books of this nature.  Furthermore, for anyone who has ever remotely questioned the Clintons' motives and 'intent,' it, certainly satiates any quest to understand the true motivation behind their thirst - or rather lust - for power and influence. The author brilliantly provides the public (and FBI investigators) a well-investigated blueprint of criminality that is riveting and