The word "hero" is used far too often. So is the word "courage." In the case of Capt. Eugene McDaniel and his hellish experience during the Vietnam War, neither word accurately describes his struggle in enduring the horrors of being one of the most brutalized prisoners of war.
Scientists and other experts have warned for years that the nation’s electrical grid system, together with other critical infrastructures that have an almost complete dependency on electricity and electronic components, are highly vulnerable to an electromagnetic pulse event, either from natural or man-made causes.
Viet Nam may be the only war we ever fought – or perhaps that ever was fought – in which American soldiers added to their heroism with humanitarianism unmatched in the annals of warfare. Indeed, humanitarianism was America’s great victory in Viet Nam. In “Dead Men Flying,” Medal of Honor recipient Gen. Patrick Brady tells the astonishing true story of Dust Off, the most dangerous of all aviation operations, which rescued some 1 million souls in Viet Nam.
It's divorced, undercommitted and hopelessly out of touch with monogamy. Why? Because, since the day they were born, members of the modern generation have been taught to postpone marriage indefinitely or ignore it altogether, as though marriage had no bearing on their happiness, as though it were a nice idea or nice accompaniment to an otherwise satisfying life.
"Dogs of War" is a treasure trove of marvelous anecdotes, scintillating tidbits and delightful photographs of three beloved dogs sharing the limelight with Roosevelt, Patton and Eisenhower as they battled together in their efforts to save the world from fascism.
Not too many people know that John Lennon met Paul McCartney while at a church function, or that John was a choirboy. Nor do they know that at the height of their fame in 1965, all four Beatles professed to be atheists.
"Stunning ... a wonderful read ... a page-turner ... a handbook for life." Those words of advance praise from another celebrated author scarcely convey just how powerfully mesmerizing is the latest book by New York Times best-selling author and nationally syndicated radio talk show host Larry Elder.
In "Fool Me Twice," investigative journalists and New York Times bestselling authors Aaron Klein and Brenda J. Elliott reveal the detailed blueprints for President Obama's second term in office.
After reading "Cocktails With Molotov," you'll wonder if there's anything Barry Farber hasn't done, if there's anywhere he hasn't been.
"I am firmly convinced that Islam is the single greatest challenge that the Church will face before the return of Jesus, yet most are still either asleep or in denial."
In order to de-develop the United States, the left is using phony environmental crises to demonize capitalism and liberty and purposefully withhold America's vast natural resources – and the Obama administration is piloting the plan.
Americans are over-regulated and over-taxed. When regulation escalates, the result is an increase in regulators. In other words, bigger government is required to enforce the greater degree of regulation. And bigger government means bigger budgets and higher taxes.
In "The Pink Pagoda," Dr. James Garrow tells two stories: his personal involvement in helping rescue more than 36,000 Chinese baby girls from death, and the tragic story of a widely used and malicious cultural practice that crosses borders and spans centuries.
In 1963 America's most famous atheist, Madalyn Murray O'Hair, won the landmark lawsuit filed on behalf of her son William, that effectively banned prayer in public schools.
Highlighting Hitler's youth, his influences and his path to seducing a nation, Ray Comfort's "Hitler, God, and the Bible" is a fresh, stinging reminder of the power of the cross and how its misuse led to the Final Solution.
AUTOGRAPHED COPY - The name Jack Abramoff is synonymous with Washington scandal, but the fascinating facts of his case are either largely unknown or wildly misunderstood. His memoir will serve as a corrective, engrossing, informative work of political nonfiction that is also a gripping real-life thriller.
The name "Jack Abramoff" is synonymous with Washington scandal, but the fascinating facts of his case are either largely unknown or wildly misunderstood. His memoir will serve as a corrective, engrossing, informative work of political nonfiction that is also a gripping real-life thriller.
In a 21st-century world consumed with interest in “the dark side” of the paranormal, is the mysterious realm of demonic spirits really real? Is the devil a myth, or is there an existing demonic world of darkness?
Revised edition: August 2011. In a clear and eye-opening manner, Hal Lindsey lays bare the complex roots of Islamic fundamentalism and its purpose to replace the Judeo-Christian world order with an Islamic world order.
A practical guide detailing a way for freedom lovers to stop jihadist initiatives in local communities.
President Barack Obama is very beatable in 2012. There is no other conclusion to draw from the exclusive polling results revealed in the pages of this book.