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Book Review: President Lincoln – The Duty of a Statesman by William Lee Miller

The author uses Lincoln as an example that statesmen are not born but made. Future young leaders can find inspiration. Read More »

The Vatican “Forgives” John Lennon

The Catholic Church is no different from the rest of us and has no right to pass judgment on anyone or anything. Read More »

Book Review: Stories Done: Writings on the 1960s and Its Discontents by Mikal Gilmore

Those younger and older are tired of hearing about our generation, but nothing they take for granted could have come without what went before. Read More »

Book Review: John Lennon – The Life by Philip Norman

Author Philip Norman attempts -- and succeeds -- in writing the final, definitive word on one of the twentieth century's most iconic figures. Read More »

Book Review:The Final Frontiersman – Heimo Korth and His Family, Alone in Alaska’s Arctic Wilderness by James Campbell

Mail every 3 months, 70 below with the windchill, an unserviced 14' x 16' cabin - welcome to the final frontier, Alaska. Read More »

Book Review: Over By Christmas by William Daysh

Juxtaposes the politics, the history, and the experience of naval war and the reality of living a life through the turmoil. Read More »

Satire: The Non-White Man’s Burden – God’s Vengeance

Having failed to destroy humanity with the Tower of Babel, God is now embarked on establishing the Cuisine of Babel which will finish the task. Read More »

The Israeli Government Plan to Expel the Owners of the House of Peace – Abraham’s Descendants Trample on His Heritage

The "leaders" in Israel do not understand democracy. This is not a state of law, it’s a joke of a state. Read More »

An t-ádh na nÉireannach: The Luck of the Irish

Divided by a physical border, the Irish look to their language to remain unified. Read More »

Book Review: In the Shadow of Lions (Chronicles of the Scribe, Book 1) by Ginger Garrett

Anne Boleyn as you've never read her before. Read More »