Ideologies & Doctrines
Review: Malcolm is a genius! Love this man!
I listen to him on Stephanie Miller and watch him as much as possible on MSNBC, CNN & Free Speech TV.
He know's what's up.He's the real deal!
Get this book and exit the MATRIX.
Malcom for President! Read more
Review: David Frum did an outstanding job. Very well written and researched. A first rate account of the most corrupt president in American history. I encourage people to read this book. Donald Trump is a fraud and this book explains why with solid facts. Read more
Review: The focus of this work was the empathy gap between the urban and rural communities in America. Specifically, the premise was that the two sides of American culture didn't communicate with one another, and more important, did not understand the underlying values of each. Stated more directly, from the perspective of the author (a faculty member from Berkley), Americans from urban, academic, or at least highly educated communities do not understand why individuals from rural America vote against... Read more
Review: I am stunned, just stunned. This is my first Russian novel and Solzhenitsyn's prose and sarcasm translates so well. At first, the repetitive details seemed odd, but then it hit me, this was the only way to tell this story. This story is about people with real names and real events and Solzhenitsyn gave them a face and told their story, and did so in a manner that the Russians knew was true and could not refute. Read more
Review: Although this product was purchased as new, it came damaged with at least 100 pages with the tops of those pages ripped and unlined. It did not affect the writing in the book but still. It would be nice to have a book look like new and not like it had been through a wood-chopper. I will not purchase anything from this seller again. Read more
Review: Published in 1937, George Orwell's The Road to Wigan Pier documents the grinding poverty of northern England, namely Lancashire and Yorkshire. As with Orwell's better-known and somewhat similar Down and Out in Paris and London, the author sets out to investigate the conditions of the poor by living among them and writing about his experiences. There is a chapter on coal miners and mines, and Orwell elucidates on the culture and mechanics of the industry; he goes down a mine to report, taking the... Read more
Review: Dennis Prager applies an unbiased approach to asses each of the 3 reigning ideologies in today's world. Any serious person will conclude easily that there is but one choice if America and the world is to survive. Read more
Review: I'm really thankful Eric took the time to write this book. It reminds us all of the work and sacrifice it took to keep us safe and free and to be thankful we were born in this country. God bless Eric and God bless America.
Recommend for everyone. Read more