Bill Gertz is a national security reporter for the Washington Times, and senior editor at the Washington Free Beacon. He has written six other books […]
If a book could be written that predicted the explosion in the Culture War over American history…I wrote it. Southern Fried Ramblings with Grits and […]
I had the misfortune that my daughter purchased Palin’s book on her kindle- she thought it was a book about Christmas, not a disorganized extremist […]
“I'm a Ron Paul fan. And I put together the type of book I'd like to read: a book for Ron Paul fans.”
Al Gore's diatribe against all things Bush, ostensibly a case for clear thinking and facts, instead engages in the sloppiest logic since Philosophy 101 freshman year. I've decided to call this book Al Gore's Assault on Reason
A new book makes a powerful case why cell phones pose serious dangers and justifies new behaviors on how to use them.
Libertarian science-fiction author J. Neil Schulman has criticized my Nolan Chart column “Essential Science Fiction and Fantasy for Libertarians” several times, objecting to my omission of Ayn Rand and his own work. I here reply to his objections.
My own personal review of Mark Levin's “Liberty and Tyranny: A Conservative Manifesto” – This is not an endorsement of his views, as I agree with some and disagree with others
Today's readers may not appreciate the politics of this volume. But that is no reason for them to miss the poetry.
Just in time for 2009's 20th anniversary of Tiananmen Square's student uprising and bloody suppression, there is released a new book, Standoff At Tiananmen, reviewed here.