The vilification of Donald Trump’s personality in the media is way, way overblown — a caricature not a portrait. Now comes the real Donald Trump portrayed in the pages of Sarah Huckabee Sanders’ new book, Speaking For Myself.
During the campaign of 2008, presidential candidate Barack Obama had his staff offer Rev. Jeremiah Wright $150,000 so as not to embarrass him.
When Obama and Hillary conceived of a private insurance based, government-subsidized scheme for medical care, they knew it was only a halfway house toward their ultimate goal: socialized medicine, single payer medical care. Obama announced as much. Now Hillary is taking the inevitable next step and backing full government controlled medicine for those over 55.
I never played football, but I do know something about another contact sport: Politics. And I know something about failure, too. That’s why I loved Fran Tarkenton’s new book, The Power of Failure.
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Mark Levin’s new book, Plunder and Deceit, takes aim at the familiar catalog of destructive Obama Administration policies but with a new twist: He focuses, specifically, on how they harm children and the next generation.
A Book Review by Dick Morris of End the IRS Before It Ends Us: How to Restore a Low Tax, High Growth, Wealthy America by Grover Norquist
End the IRS Before It Ends Us is not about taxation. It is about liberty.
I recently decided to read Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand. As a liberal, I had never considered it and as a conservative, never gotten around to it.
Last night, I read an eloquent statement by Dr. Hendricks, a character in the novel who was on strike and refused to donate his services to State run medicine. It is worth pondering today. It echoes the cri de coeur of every doctor in America:
A Book Review Of Unstoppable: The Emerging Left-Right Alliance to Dismantle the Corporate State By Ralph Nader.
Ralph Nader’s new book may be the most important of the year. Unlike the usual beltway pundit, he grasps the essential nature of the joint outrage of liberals and conservatives at the crony capitalism that has gripped Washington under the likes of Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, and Barack Obama.
The English Channel is wider than the Atlantic Ocean. If Thomas Friedman can write a bestselling book saying that the world is flat, then Daniel Hannan — a member of the European Parliament — can make the case that Britain is really closer to America than it is to Europe.