Last Up-close Eyewitness To JFK Assassination Speaks Out

But one man says those conspiracies are nothing but tall tales, and maybe he should know - since he was there.

The Asheville Connection: A Memoir

Asheville native Joseph Scotchie has published his ninth book, The Asheville Connection, a memoir of life in the Ninenteen Sixties and early Seventies. The book jacket reads as follows: “Is nostalgia for the Nineteen Sixties a little insane? Is that same sentiment for the Seventies more of the same? Maybe so, but in his latest […]

“Birthright”: An Enjoyable and Enlightening Read

Alberino's book reads like a fictional tale written for a major motion picture screen...

Book Offers Dark Picture of Post-Christian America

This 280-page book, Lutzer first explains how we reached this point in America.

King, Lover, Magician, and Warrior: Being a Good Husband

To help them become the finest versions of themselves, millions of men seek going against the generalized picture that is portrayed in the media.

Well-Reasoned, Soul-Satisfying Economics

The Economics of the Parables, by Father Robert Sirico and published this year, turned out to be a pleasant surprise. The small book is full of well-developed economic arguments and advice for life, none of which is trite or partisan rhetoric.

Cato Coaches Gov’t on Job Creation

It is not unusual for government bodies to work at cross-purposes, as they promise all things to all people. The Cato Institute is gradually uploading a book that they hope will provide guidance to government leaders interested in going beyond rhetoric to address the role of government in stifling meaningful employment opportunities. 

Can Government Really Know Best?

Does the fault lay in leaders' inability to see the limitations of their knowledge or in their constituents' hesitancy to call their bluff? F.A. Hayek explores these phenomena in a treatise to debunk socialism.

Pitterson’s Nephilim Follow-Up Another Must Read

Back in June of this year, I wrote a review of the book, “Judgement of the Nephilim,” by Ryan Pitterson. I wrote that Pitterson, a Bible researcher and writer with a B.A. in Political Science from the University of Rochester and a J.D. from Columbia University School of Law, helped re-frame the Old Testament for […]

Good Reasons to Sleep

Why We Sleep, by Matthew Walker, is an eye-opening overview of how getting anything less than 7-9 hours of sleep subjects the body and mind to wear and tear, diminishing performance capabilities, reducing intellectual and emotional intelligence, and making the body more susceptible to almost every physical malady.