New Zealand author/researcher Trevor Loudon has amassed a devastating expose' of the influences of communists, socialists and other radicals on President Barack Obama — from his childhood to adulthood, and from the earliest stages of his political career to his current occupation of the White House.
What few people — and even fewer people among self-avowed “conservatives” — ever bother to ask is whether the popular understanding of conservatism is an accurate understanding. That is to say, are Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, and their colleagues on the airwaves and in mainstream publications really conservative? One person who has spent decades asking — and answering — this question is Paul Gottfried. He raises it once more in his most recent book, Leo Strauss and the Conservative Movement in America.
In his new book, Plundered: How Progressive Ideology Is Destroying America, Michael S. Coffman, Ph.D., claims that “America is at war” and most Americans “don’t know it.” He exposes the harm being done to America by progressives (socialists) who have achieved great influence in government and in both the Democratic and Republican parties, and he outlines a program to rescue America and return the nation he loves to the principles of good government.
JihadWatch Director Robert Spencer has written a new work on Islam's founder, Muhammad, which calls into question whether he ever existed. The gravest difficulty that the author of Did Muhammad Exist? faces is the intrinsic implausibility of its central thesis: that Muhammad, the purported prophet of Islam and author of the Koran, either never existed or — if there was a "prophet" named Muhammad — he certainly never wrote the Koran.