Dean Koontz's latest novel, The City, is a poignant, and yet beautiful, response to the dark nihilism of our age.

feardombookGovernments — our own and those of other nations — manufacture and market fear as a means of robbing people of liberty.

This is the thesis of an insightful new book by the prolific Connor Boyack.

 

Laurence M. Vance, Ph.D., writes against current U.S. foreign policy, the warfare state, and the overwhelming support among conservative Christians for American militarism.

Greenwald makes his connection with Edward Snowden sound like a John Grisham thriller, with this difference: The NSA's surveillance state is no fantasy.

While “economics” as a science merely predicts how an economy will function if certain decisions are made, morality ought to be part of the decision-making process.

In his first children's book, based on Frederic Bastiat's The Law, Connor Boyack teaches a pair of precocious twins about the rightful role of government and the law.

“Free trade” agreements are not about trading freely. They are about micromanaging trade and consolidating power over commerce and politics, as Arthur Thompson shows in his new book International Merger by Foreign Entanglements.

Shadows of PowerMany Americans still scoff at the idea of a conspiratorial interpretation of ongoing events. The Shadows of Power by James Perloff demonstrates that they scoff at their own peril.

For many years, debates over “affirmative action” programs for blacks going to college have focused on “fairness” when they probably should have centered on “worth.”

Mark Levin’s new book, The Liberty Amendments, which calls for an Article V constitutional convention, ignores the very real risks of harmful changes to the Constitution.