Rediscovering Americanism : and the Tyranny of Progressivism
by Levin, Mark R.
In Rediscovering Americanism, Mark R. Levin revisits the founders’ warnings about the perils of overreach by the federal government and concludes that the men who created our country would be outraged and disappointed to see where we’ve ended up.
This essential book brings Levin’s celebrated, sophisticated analysis to the troubling question of America’s future, and reminds us what we must restore for the sake of our children and our children’s children.
The Retreat of Western Liberalism
by Luce, Edward
In his widely acclaimed book Time to Start Thinking, Financial Times chief US columnist and commentator Edward Luce charted the course of America?s relative decline, proving to be a prescient voice on our current social and political turmoil.
Combining on-the ground reporting with intelligent synthesis of the literature and economic analysis, Luce offers a detailed projection of the consequences of the Trump administration, the rise of European populism, and a forward-thinking analysis of what those who believe in enlightenment values must do to defend them from the multiple onslaughts they face in the coming years.
The veteran journalist exposes the practices of opposition research to reveal how political leaders use their influence to shape public opinion, connecting popular misconceptions to strategic smear campaigns that have influenced voters.
Raising the Bottom : Making Mindful Choices in a Drinking Culture
by Boucher, Lisa
Presents a discussion of addiction as experienced by women, and the difficult road to recovery. Features essays from mothers, daughters, health professionals, and young women who share their stories of why they drank, how they stopped, and the joys and rewards of being present in their lives once they kicked alcohol to the curb.
You Don’t Have to Say You Love Me : A Memoir
by Alexie, Sherman
Presents a literary memoir of poems, essays, and intimate family photos that reflect on the author’s complicated relationship with his mother and his disadvantaged childhood on a Native American reservation.
Huế 1968 : a Turning Point of the American War in Vietnam
by Bowden, Mark
Interviews with participants from both sides of the conflict and materials from Vietnamese and American archives provide multiple points of view on each stage of the Battle of Hue.
by Milo Yiannopoulos
Milo Yiannopoulos is an award-winning journalist, author, pundit, a provocateur, a crusader, and an entertainer. His unique mix of entertainment, political commentary and provocation has made him the leading voice for a generation of young men and women dedicated to free speech, particularly on campus.
The liberal media machine did everything they could to keep this book out of your hands. Now, finally, Dangerous, the most controversial book of the decade, is tearing down safe spaces everywhere.
The cohost of Fox News’ “The Five” chronicles various stories of political scandal in Washington, DC, and ends by offering recommendations on how President Trump can rid America’s capital of political corruption.
I Can’t Make this Up : Life Lessons
by Hart, Kevin
Superstar, comedian and Hollywood box-office star Kevin Hart turns his immense talent to the written word by writing some words. Some of those words include, the, a, for, above, and even even. Put them together and listeners have the funniest, most heartfelt, and most inspirational memoir on survival, success, and the importance of believing in themselves since Old Yeller.
by Gingrich, Newt
A former speaker of the House and Fox News contributor explains why Donald Trump is different from previous presidents and offers advice to the newest commander-in-chief.
Newt Gingrich shares what he learned from more than two years helping Trump and his team throughout the campaign, the election, and during the first months of the presidency. Speaker Gingrich provides unique insight into how the new president’s past experiences have shaped his life and style of governing.