Congressman and presidential candidate Ron Paul defines and discusses the principle of liberty, what it promises, and, conversely, how we can recognie tyranny when it comes disguised as a form of liberty or security, such as the so-called Patriot Act.
Congressman and Presidential candidate Ron Paul writes about the lies the government and media have been telling us. The truth is that government is growing at an alarming rate, that taxes are increasing, and more unconstitutional and senseless wars are in the works. He calls for a return to "the principles of our Founding Fathers: liberty, self-government, the Constitution, and a noninterventionist foreign policy."
Dr. Paul, who has tried for more than a decade to abolish the Federal Reserve, explains exactly what the Fed does, why it is harmful and unconstitutional, and why the nation needs to get rid of it.
Thomas E. Woods Jr.
Tom Woods explains the process of nullification, which is the process by which states can reject unconstitutional federal laws. For more information, you can listen to my audio interview with Tom Woods about this book here: http://northofbangor.com/the-podcasts/freedom-action/thomas-e-woods.html
Thomas E. Woods Jr., Kevin R. C. Gutzman
Once again, Tom Woods, this time along with Kevin R.C. Gtzman, explains in crisp and easy to understand detail the federal government's complicity in the "great gold robbery," the assault on the Constitution, and the criminal way the war powers has devolved.
Thomas E. Woods Jr.
Best-selling author Thomas E. Woods explains how the economy melted down, why no one in the government wanted to listen, the part that the Fed (Federal Reserve) played in it, the danger of bailouts, and what America needs to do to become economically healthy once again.
Andrew P. Napolitano
Judge Napolitano writes about the Constitution and what it means versus the government and how far it has veered from that document, upon which the American government was founded. This one book contains three full books within it. I bought and read each of those three books alone -- and at full price -- and indeed, the entire text of each of them is here in one volume. A great bargain and a wonderful read, though it will definitely drive you to action.
Media critic McGowan says the campaign to ensure minority access and participation in the institutions of a democratic society hasn't worked out well for American journalism. He presents specific cases from leading newspapers and TV network news coverage to argue that major media stories on race issues, gay and feminist issues, and immigration, as well as stories interpreting statistics, are written to reinforce the so-called politically correct ideology of writers, editors, and presenters. McGowan's critiques include ABC, CBS, NBC, PBS/NPR, and among newspapers, especially the Los Angeles Times, the Washington Post, and, above all, the New York Times.
Written by a former military aide to President Bill Clinton from 1996 to 1998, and one of the five people who was trusted to carry the "nuclear football," Col. Patterson gives his perspective on the administration of the man he served, as well as commentary on the change in his own heart as he carried out his job. This isn't a personal attack, but rather an eyewitness account of that administration, including Clinton's lost opportunity to kill Osama bin Laden, the first family's treatment of the military, and anecdotes which give the reader insight into who Bill Clinton is.
Former GW Bush speechwriter Frum is credited with the phrase "Axis of Evil." Having left the White House less than a year ago, Frum has written the first insider account of the George W. Bush Administration. This book is set for release on January 6, but already there are rumors of upset among the current Bush staffers.
Tammy Bruce, admitted lesbian, feminist, and former head of NOW tells of their agenda and of the diatribe they push onto society. This book outlines the coercive tactics and attempted brain washing of the American population by NOW and other liberal organizations.
A revealing book about the machinations of contemporary politics. Scanning the annals of history, Morris investigates 20 of the most dramatic political moves of all time, among them, Abraham Lincoln splitting the opposition over slavery, Churchill's emergence from obscurity to lead Britain through WWII; Reagan and his conservative doctrine taking over the country, George W. Bush co-opting Democratic issues under the banner of "compassionate conservatism." Morris illuminates these and case histories with his uniquely insightful perspective.
Not to be confused with "The Prince" by Niccolo Machiavelli, in this book, Morris takes a hard look at our times and writes a how-to book for office-seekers, special-interest groups, and anyone who cares about politics. The New Prince is the essential rulebook and program guide for the next election and new millennium.