Tag Archives: Politics

Decision Points

Decision Points By: George W. Bush Decision Points is a presidential autobiography which serves essentially as a sequel to Bush’s earlier pre-presidential biography named A Charge To Keep. Obviously if you’re a Bush-hater you need not bother with the book. … Continue reading

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The Quotable Rogue

The Quotable Rogue: The Ideals Of Sarah Palin In Her Own Words By: Matt Lewis The Quotable Rogue (Rouge for reasons I’m not aware of refers to former GOP Vice residential candidate Sarah Palin) Is a pretty basic quote book. … Continue reading

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No He Can’t

No He Can’t: How Barack Obama Is Dismantling Hope And┬á Change By: Kevin McCullough No He Can’t is actually a very typical political book. Political books, unless focused on one specific topic, tend to just give a brief synopsis of … Continue reading

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Be The People

Be The People: A Call To Reclaim America’s Faith And Promise By: Carol Swain Be the people by Carol Swain is overall a good book I would say. It addresses our current political climate as well as an issue by … Continue reading

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Doing Virtuous Business

Doing Virtuous Business: The Remarkable Success Of Spiritual Enterprise By: Theodore Roosevelt Malloch In this quite interesting and short book Theodore Roosevelt Malloch presents and defends the economic system know as capitalism with rational arguments and real life examples in … Continue reading

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The Fight Of Our Lives

The Fight Of Our Lives: Knowing The Enemy, Speaking The Truth And Choosing To Win The War Against Radical Islam By: William J. Bennett and Seth Leibsohn The fight of our lives is a timely and relevant look into our … Continue reading

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