Edward Cline’s detective series are also available. The list is growing.
Dinesh D’Souza ‘America’ makes good points for the U.S., but not once does the movie name individual rights or individualism as the nation’s founding ideal.
An ill-conceived undertaking by a businessman who sadly does not understand the novel.
Recently, President Barack Obama was mocked for saying: “The world is less violent than it has ever been. It is healthier than it has ever been. It is more tolerant than it has ever been. It is better fed than it’s ever been. It is more educated than it’s ever been.” Although these comments received criticism, he was absolutely right.
Free market benefits aren’t only measured in dollars and cents.
But America’s upcoming birthday on the Fourth of July is a time when the gift most needed is an urgent warning about the dangers of losing the things that have made this country America.
Perhaps we should be grateful that Obama has not done more damage to the nation than he already has.
Reporter Sharyl Attkisson’s story sounds familiar to me: A major network got tired of her reports criticizing government. She no longer works there.
Americans fall easy prey to charlatans of all stripes because of the education establishment’s success in dumbing down the nation.
As the esthetic and “entertainment” apex of contemporary culture, Season Two of Orange is the New Black is simply a dramatized cesspool of liberal causes.
It may be that it’s I who is getting old and out of touch, having been educated during ancient times when nonsense was less acceptable.
Some people act as if the answer to every problem is to put more money and power in the hands of politicians.