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.
In "Save America Now!" Michael Master is asking us to join forces in a common cause to save the America of our Founders.
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.
This special edition copy of the Constitution of the United States was printed by the National Center for Constitutional Studies. It also includes the Bill of Rights, Amendments 11-27 and the Declaration of Independence.
Will we live to see 2013? Find out in this book, or wait until December 21, 2012.
Joseph Klein exposes how, through deception and lies, Kofi Annan and his followers are intent on remaking the U.N. into a world government. Klein details the alliances, people and strategies that are making this possible.
Get to know Hillary Clinton like never before with Thomas Kuiper’s collection of Hillary quotes. These comical quotes, comments and situations are from a variety of sources and sprinkled with witty commentary, hilarious context and clever illustrations.
Jim Gilchrist, founder of the all-volunteer Minuteman Project, teams up with Jerome Corsi to give a firsthand account of how the nation’s southern border has disintegrated into a Wild West of human trafficking, drug smuggling and violent gangs.
In a ground-breaking examination of the accounts of seven women, libertarian commentator Candice E. Jackson examines how the former president and his inner circle wielded their vast power to discredit and destroy the former objects of his desire.
WND’s Joseph Farah believes it’s time for all Americans who care about this great nation to step into the ring and take their future back. This book shows why 2008 is the year to cast the ultimate protest vote.
"Don’t Tread on US!" is a permanent record of a special moment in history, when the American experiment demonstrates once again that it works.
"Thank You, President Bush" is a collection of essays reflecting on George W. Bush's first four years as president.
"The Simplicity Primer" addresses how to achieve a simple lifestyle from a concrete, conservative, no-nonsense, realistic standpoint.
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.
A concise survey of the culture and civilization of mankind, "The Lessons of History" is the result of a lifetime of research from Pulitzer Prize-winning historians Will and Ariel Durant.
"Some Fruits of Solitude" is a collection of William Penn’s reflections on 165 subjects covering leadership, religion, discipline, relationships and more, originally printed in 1693. Penn, a revolutionary leader and founder of Pennsylvania, was known for his faith, compassion and sense of fairness and equality towards all. Contemplation on his proverbs and principles will deliver the serenity of a much less chaotic time to your life and family.
Natan Sharansky, the man who spent a decade in Soviet gulags and later immigrated to Israel, now has an experience-based vision for defeating terrorists worldwide. Here he outlines his strategies and makes a case for employing democracy in every nation.
A cookbook and kitchen planner designed to help organize the kitchen, plan meals a week at a time and organize shopping so that the ingredients needed for every meal are available at the right time.
Building blocks and disciplines for living the Christian life.
Hans Zeiger considers the Americans born from 1981 to 1988 to be Reagan’s children. Himself one of “Reagan’s children,” he writes that it is his generation that will keep America going with their conservatism, faith and optimism reminiscent of Reagan.
Using Dan Rather as a touchstone, Mike Walker rips into the arrogance and presumption of the news media – the elitist, agenda-driven mentality that allows its journalists and editors to ignore basic rules of journalism.