In 2012, Generation Identity presented itself as a movement poised to block the Islamization of France. Now, it is difficult to determine what the movement stands for that represents the roots of French civilization.

In AmaBhulu: The Birth and Death of the Second America, Harry Booyens tells the story of the Afrikaners, the mainly Dutch settlers who sought religious freedom in South Africa and built a Western civilization, only to have it stripped from them. Americans should learn their lesson, Booyens warns.

In Licensed to Lie, former federal prosecutor Sidney Powell exposes corruption in the Department of Justice, including how prosecutors break the law to convict the innocent.

Eurasianist ideologist Aleksandr Dugin has published his assessment of Vladimir Putin as a prospective leader of the Eurasian Union.

A leader in the anti-test movement put together a new book on the rebellion, More Than a Score, looking at the issue from a liberal perspective. Odd as it may seem, the liberal test-defiers are as much against the Common Core as are conservatives.

Despite much denial, there is a long history of groups trying to establish world government. Now the evidence is listed by a proponent of world governance.

Jesse Norman's new book on Edmund Burke offers a noteworthy introduction to the life and thought of the father of conservatism.

The fight against communist forces in Southern Africa has almost been forgotten over the past 25 years, but the republication of Steenkamp's history offers its author's insights into that conflict to a new generation.

Mike Detty's inside account of Operation Wide Receiver exposes the inner workings of the ATF's gun running scandals of the early Obama years.

beowulfThe latest volume from the previously-unpublished writings of the author of The Hobbit  is a memorial to Tolkien's standing as a brilliant scholar.