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Women of the White House by Amy Russo

This is a good time for a new book about First Ladies. They are the forgotten heroes (or is it heroines) of American history, largely eclipsed by the brighter light cast by famous husbands. Their stories have not received the attention they deserve.

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July 17, 2021   No Comments

Valcour: The 1776 Campaign that Saved the Cause of Liberty

Jack Kelly’s latest history has done as much for Benedict Arnold’s reputation as Kenneth Robert’s Arundel. The difference being, Arundel was a historical novel and Valcour is a thorough treatment of the 1776 campaign to prevent the British from



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June 27, 2021   No Comments

Leftist Logic

Compliance is more important than any other criteria to a leftist. 

According to the CDC Corona virus has a > 99% survivability for people younger than age 69 and 94.6% for people over 70.

I’ll go out on a limb …



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April 13, 2021   No Comments

Unreported Truths about COVID-19 and Lockdowns by Alex Berenson

With this unglamorous and unexciting title, Alex Berenson, a former NYT reporter, takes us on a journey through the labyrinth of changing policies, inaccurate statistics, and what he calls the Apocalypse Media. Their politicized narrative about COVID-19 begun when the virus story was still in its infancy.

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December 13, 2020   No Comments

American On Trial: A Defense of the Founding

Robert Reilly has undertaken a gargantuan task in his latest book, making his case in defense of the American Founding against a subtle attack couched as a moral argument.

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September 5, 2020   No Comments

Universal Human Tyranny

The American founders viewed King George as a tyrant. Fortunately, his power was also practically limited by the inconvenient fact of the Atlantic ocean. Nevertheless, students of the American revolution realize that it took 8 years to finally win our independence.

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July 20, 2020   No Comments

Report of the Commission on Unalienable Rights

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo gave an impressive speech in Philadelphia last week about the Report of the Commission on Unalienable Rights. It was refreshing to hear a highly placed member of the government demonstrate an unabashed, clear-eyed understanding of the principles that made the United States what it is. Pompeo is demonstrating leadership and vision by clearly articulating not only where we've been, but hope for where we can go. Putting together a comprehensive document of this scope, was necessarily the product of thoughtful discussion, contemplation and consideration. It's not possible to put something like this together without sharpening one's understanding and thinking.

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July 18, 2020   No Comments

Philosophical Reflections

Partisanship is an essential part of your system. Hyper-partisanship may destroy it. Martin provides the highlights of a thought piece from the Winter 2020 Claremont Review of Books.

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June 27, 2020   No Comments

WWTFT Alumus Article

Check out Jim's latest article on American Thinker.

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June 9, 2020   No Comments

City of Nets

The City of Nets is funny, poignant, historically accurate and totally engrossing. The fantasy characters Hollywood projected on the screen were not as improbable as the people who transformed a California desert into an oasis of dreams, beguiling the nation and the world.

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May 2, 2020   No Comments