A new book, Forgotten Conservatives in American History, is dedicated to the task of ensuring such conservatives are forgotten no longer. Its authors — noted historian Clyde N. Wilson and one of his former students, Brion McClanahan — have masterfully gathered brief accounts of nearly two dozen men who made their own significant contributions to the American Republic.
In his most recent book, God Is Not One, Stephen Prothero endeavors to offer his readers an introduction to the various major religions of the world. Of necessity the book’s nine chapters can only offer a brief summary of the teachings and structure of each system of belief. Still, the idea behind Prothero’s book is one that is worthy of being pursued, particularly as an antidote to the shallow approach to religious belief regularly witnessed in the American media and in political discourse. However, the book is flawed — perhaps fatally so — by the author’s apparently weak grasp on the religion practiced by the majority of citizens of his own country.
Reason magazine senior editor Brian Doherty has penned a powerful chronicle of the rise of Ron Paul and the revolution he has inspired. Doherty’s important contribution to the growing Ron Paul catalog isn’t so much a year-by-year account of the enigmatic lawmaker’s political career as it is an attempt to identify a handful of factors that have fueled his rise to national prominence.
Peter Schiff's latest book, The Real Crash: Americans Coming Bankruptcy -— How to Save Yourself and Your Country, is a treasure trove of economic wisdom and policy proposals. Americans ignore the valuable insights of Peter Schiff at their own peril.
The book Endowed by Their Creator: A Collection of Historic American Military Prayers: 1774 – Present offers a powerfully compelling case for the importance of prayer to America’s past, present, and future military defense. The 240-page volume is published by First Principles Press, which is dedicated to producing works that reinforce America’s godly heritage.
Edward Klein, a certified member of the establishment, has exposed Barack Obama for what he is: arrogant, prideful, and unsuited to be President.
The reviews of Townhall.com’s contributing editor Katie Pavlich’s book Fast and Furious: Barack Obama’s Bloodiest Scandal and Its Shameless Coverup have been unremittingly positive. Critics of it have been strangely silent, perhaps hoping that the potential tsunami of indignation and anger from Pavlich’s revelations will somehow fail to materialize and the whole disagreeable matter will just disappear down history’s memory hole.
In a just world, Charles Goyette would sit atop the radio broadcasting industry as one of our most preeminent political radio personalities, where Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, or Mark Levin would be fetching him coffee and the latest issue of The New American (TNA) magazine.