Musclehead Revolution,Kevin McCullough: The Musclehead Revolution, McCullough explains, is a movement of commonsensical, traditional values, freedom oriented Americans tired of watching their country torn apart by the forces of immorality. MR is an excellent primer for those entering the stormy world of politics and a useful reminder for those involved in its day-to-day battles.
Standing with Israel,David Brog: This book is a must-read for Jews in particular. Brog explains the sources for Christian support for Jews and the state of Israel, demonstrating that Christian love for the Jewish state is truly about love, gratitude, and Biblical dictates, not veiled Armageddon theology.
Diplomatic Divorce,Tom Kilgannon: Kilgannon’s book is a thorough, articulate and damning indictment of the U.N. His particular emphasis on how the U.N. undermines American national security is must-reading.
Size Matters, Joel Miller: Size Matters is a witty, irreverent and cutting take on the intrusion of government into our daily lives. It’s chock full of telling tidbits, and it gives an entertaining history of how our government turned from a carefully circumscribed guardian of liberty into a voracious leviathan responsible for hundreds of thousands of pages of regulations restricting our pursuit of happiness.
Do-Gooders,Mona Charen: Do-Gooders achieves precisely what it sets out to achieve: it demonstrates that liberals do indeed hurt those they seek to help and unmasks liberalism as a deeply-flawed ideology that cares more about the self-esteem of its members than the ramifications of its policies.
Winning the Future, Newt Gingrich: This book may play a major role in the 2008 election. Gingrich, the dark horse candidate for the 2008 Republican nomination, reminds us why he was once the power behind the Republican Revolution of 1994 and offers new solutions to America’s most pressing problems. If you don’t think Gingrich should run, read this and reconsider.
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