The book Understanding the Times explains in some depth for readers the various directions their loyalties, morality, and values are being maneuvered.

In Medicare’s Victims: How the U.S. Government’s Largest Health Care Program Harms Patients and Impairs Physicians, David Hogberg demonstrates that Medicare is far from the success story that the media and politicians would have us believe it is.

Historical facts about famous figures in history are often fabricated and then repeated endlessly by educators and media to change the beliefs of a culture — even in America.

Ann Coulter presents the case in her new book, ¡Adios, America!, that massive illegal immigration represents a threat to the fabric of the country as a whole.

Former presidential candidate and Congressman Ron Paul goes in-depth, using both moral and economic reasons, about why America should go to war only to defend itself.

Arizona State Senator Andy Biggs has made it such a mission to defeat calls for a new constitutional convention to rewrite the Constitution that he wrote a book about it.

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.