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May 31, 2019 Walter Berns
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This distinguished constitutional theorist takes a hard look at current criminal law and the Supreme Court's most recent decisions regarding the legality of capital punishment. Examining the penal system, capital punishment, and punishment in general, he reviews the continuing debate about the purpose of punishment for deterrence, rehabilitation, or retribution. He points out that the steady moderation of criminal law has not effected a corresponding moderation in criminal ways or improved the...
Topic: capital punishment
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Mar 4, 2019 Hal Netkin
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"Many human smugglers consider rape a part of 'the price of admission' for women and young girls illegally entering the U.S. Victims are taken to an isolated area and raped. The garments represent "trophies of conquest." It is not uncommon to find dozens of sets of undergarments around a rape tree."
Topics: Illegal Immigration, Rape, Sexual Violence
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Sep 10, 2018 Victor Lasky
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The more one reads, the more one comes to the author's conclusion that the sins of Nixon were greatly overshadowed by those of his predecessors. There is no lack of examples. For instance, Lasky tells of how Kennedy used the Internal Revenue Service against Nixon and his campaign manager, Robert Finch, after his 1960 election victory. More vicious was the Kennedy use of the Federal Communications Commission, as well as the IRS, to silence right-wing organizations and spokesmen in preparation...
Topics: Nixon, Watergate, media bias, double standards
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Sep 5, 2018 M. Stanton Evans
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The major thesis of this book is that there is a power structure in America called "the Liberal Establishment" and that it works in concert (though not necessarily by pre-arrangement) on most major political issues. Its sphere of operations is the federal government, its distilled ideological essence can be found in the Americans for Democratic Action, and its most effective support is apparent in the communications media. The author charges that the growth of federal government under...
Topics: Liberal Establishment, media bias, security risks, Deep State
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Sep 3, 2018 Michael S. Rose
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How did the American Catholic priesthood go from an image of wise, strong men like Spencer Tracy in Boys Town and Bing Crosby in Going My Way to an image of "pedophile priests"? In the New York Times bestseller Goodbye, Good Men , investigative reporter Michael S. Rose provides the shocking answer that the mainstream news media have missed. He uncovers how radical liberalism, like that found on many college campuses, has infiltrated the Catholic Church and tried to overthrow...
Topics: Catholic Church, Clerical Sex Scandal, homosexual subculture, lavender mafia
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Aug 24, 2018 Auberon Waugh, 1939 – 2001
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It began one dark and windy night in 1975 on the A39 along Porlock Moor when a hysterical male model named Norman Scott, standing next to the corpse of a Great Dane, flagged down a passing motorist and said, "Oh please. He's shot my dog. He tried to shoot me. It's all because of Jeremy Thorpe." It ended almost four years later at the Old Bailey with the acquittal of the leader of Britain's Liberal Party and three co-defendants on charges of conspiracy to murder Scott, allegedly to...
Topic: Jeremy Thorpe
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Apr 30, 2018 John R. Baker
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Race,  by John Baker, is a remarkable book. There is probably no other treatment of the biology and physical anthropology of race that approaches it in breadth, detail, erudition or style. Even more remarkable is the book’s point of view. Far from evading the issue of racial differences in ability, it was written for the very purpose of investigating and clarifying those differences. Dr. Baker, now deceased, was the ideal author for this book. He was professor emeritus of cytology at Oxford...
Topic: Race
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Apr 27, 2018 Edith Efron
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Wikipedia calls  The News Twisters   "a controversial book which claimed to find media bias in the television news coverage of the 1968 U.S. presidential election, one of the first studies of its kind ever conducted. This was followed by her 1972 work, How CBS Tried to Kill a Book an examination of CBS News's reaction to her study
Topics: media bias, 1968 Presidential Election
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Apr 2, 2018 W.J. Cash
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On February 10, 1941, The Mind of the South was published by Knopf. The book, a socio-historical, intuitive exploration of Southern culture, received wide critical acclaim at the time and garnered for Cash praise from sources as diverse as the N.A.A.C.P., TIME, The New York Times, The Saturday Review of Literature and most Southern newspapers of note. (One note of negative criticism came from the Agrarian group out of Nashville.) TIME, for instance, stated, "Anything written about the...
Topics: The South, Reconstruction
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Apr 2, 2018 Daniel Seligman
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A Question Of Intelligence by Daniel Seligman Amidst socio-political crossfire, journalist Daniel Seligman constructs a crystal-clear defense of IQ testing with the bracing message: people are born with unequal mental abilities. All Americans who want to understand how and why intelligence matters in a meritocratic society must read this book.
Topics: Intelligence, IQ, IQ Testing, Bell Curve
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Mar 5, 2018 Pete Shields
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The writer, Nelson "Pete" Shields, 3d, wrote this book after his son, Nelson 4th, was shot and killed i n San Francisco in 1975, a victim in a series of racially motivated killings of whites by four blacks that came to be known as the Zebra killings. This caused him to hate...guns. (Which is good, because he would never have got funding for a "Black  Crime Control, Inc" like he did for Handgun Control, Inc.)
Topics: Handgun Control, Inc, Gun Control, Zebra Killings
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Feb 9, 2018 Rodney Gilbert
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Rodney Gilbert was born in Pennsylvania and spent much time traveling in China, which he describes in terms that were mild by 1926 standards, but would now be called un-PC.
Topics: China, expats
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Feb 8, 2018 Samuel T. Francis
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This collection of provocative articles and review essays by a Washington Times columnist deals variously with the quarrel between the  Old Right and the Neoconservatives, the emergence in the last decade of  multiculturalism and political correctness, as well as the shifting of traditional moral, sexual and social norms.
Topics: conservative, paleoconservative, Stupid Party
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The first half of the book is a defense of Agnew, the second half is composed of meticulous transcriptions of the bulk of Agnew's speeches up to the time of publication.
Topics: Spiro Agnew, Mainstream Media, Media Bias
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Jan 24, 2018
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Here are the thoughts of Archie on every vital issue of the day: from art to Zen, from race relations to child raising, from wives to in-laws.
Topics: Archie Bunker, All In The Family, Political Philosophy
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Jan 14, 2018
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The FBI And Martin Luther King
Topics: Martin Luther King, Communist, Stanley Levison, FBI
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The Ordeal Of Civility: Freud, Marx, Lévi-Strauss, And The Jewish Struggle With Modernity
Topics: Freud, Marx, Judaism, Modernity