The War on Police is a cop’s-eye view of one of the most tumultuous times in recent history for law enforcement, which has spawned a growing movement, fueled by a biased news media and Black Lives Matter, to demonize police across the country. In the wake of the highly publicized shooting of Michael Brown […]
Miriam Carey became the black life that didn’t matter when she was gunned down by elite federal forces in plain view of the entire nation in front of the Capitol in Washington DC. When thugs Michael Brown and Trayvon Martin were shot and killed in self-defense, the nation erupted with cries of racism and […]
You think you know Hillary and Bill Clinton pretty well. After all, they have been in the public eye—from Arkansas to the White House and beyond—for over forty years. Dolly Kyle met former president Clinton (Billy as she calls him) on a Hot Springs golf course when she was eleven and he was almost […]
In Partners in Crime, two-time No. 1 New York Times bestselling author Jerome Corsi presents the detailed research and expert testimony proving beyond a shadow of a doubt that the Clinton Foundation is “a vast, criminal conspiracy,” also described in these pages as “a slush fund for grifters.” Corsi exposes how the Clintons amassed hundreds […]
One day after a prominent U.S. Muslim leader reacted to the November 2015 Paris attacks with a declaration that the Islamic State, also known as ISIS, has nothing to do with Islam, President Obama made the same assertion. Who exactly is the enemy we face, not only in the Middle East but […]
We are confronted with a jarring reality that the Left has succeeded in growing the power of the courts. Obama has replaced roughly 30 percent of the district and appellate judges on the federal benches. We are now facing a judicial time bomb, the likes of which we’ve never seen before. With the Obergefell v. […]
Issues like abortion, homosexuality, and old-young earth debate often drive wedges both between the church and the world. Another polarizing issue is the Arab-Israeli conflict. Evangelical support for Israel among the younger generation is dropping at an alarming rate. Why is there such division between the church and the world and even among believers themselves […]
Union Bound is the amazing true story of Joseph Hoover a Union Soldier who witnessed many incredible moments during the terrible carnage of the Civil War. Union Bound is a story of honor, integrity, love of country and the belief that all men are equal. Based on the actual diaries of Union soldier Joseph Hoover. […]
In an era of confusing signals about our economy, culture, and foreign policy, rising signs of patriotism ring out loud and clear. Don’t Tread on US! is a collection of the best images from these parties: the angry voters who craft homemade signs for display. Between the covers of this instant classic is a sweeping […]
President Barack Obama was very beatable in 2012. There was no other conclusion to draw from the exclusive polling results revealed in the pages of this book. You’ll see what Red, Blue, and battleground Green state voters believed on all of the hot-button issues. For all who still believe in liberty under the US Constitution, […]
Over the last four decades, America has witnessed a profound change in marriage and gender relations-for the worse. And while there are definitely a handful of reasons for the fractured family unit, the most significant phenomenon to rupture marriage was feminism. In the span of a few short decades, the movement managed to demote its […]
Wayne LaPierre’s explosive new book, America Disarmed, gives you a behind-the-scenes look at how President Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton are using the United Nations (UN) for their under-the-radar program to destroy the Second Amendment. In America Disarmed you will learn about the UN’s plans to impose gun control in America, the corrupt […]
When Democrats made ethics the centerpiece of their 2006 campaign, respected bloggers Matt Margolis and Mark Noonan went to work online chronicling the corruption endemic to the Democratic Party. But there’s so much more to Democratic corruption than can be told online! In Caucus of Corruption: The Truth About The New Democratic Majority, Margolis and […]
There is a war raging in America. On one side sits religion and freedom. On the other side atheism and statism. American liberty hangs in the balance. In this timely and well-documented exposé, author Brad O’Leary takes you deep inside the battle to save our nation’s Judeo Christian identity, and with it, our liberty. From […]
“This wonderful little book will give you all the ammunition you need to hold up your end of the argument and make sure that Hillary’s quotes and lies are not forgotten but come back to haunt her,” wrote Dick Morris in the foreword. With Mrs. Clinton almost certain to play a big role in the […]
He called it one of the hardest things he ever did—as difficult as leading the D-Day invasion. When Dwight Eisenhower sent the 101st Airborne to Little Rock to integrate Central High School in September 1957, he couldn’t know that he was fighting the last great battle of his career—one that would change forever both him […]
What’s Right About America provides a fresh, lively take on the evolution of American values, and why they matter today more than ever. Representative Granger is ideally suited to write a book that speaks to American ideals, and how this country strives—sometimes in fits and starts—to meet the high standards set by the Founding Fathers. […]
In this English-Spanish book, third-grader Joey Gonzalez wants to study hard, learn a lot, and grow up to be a great American. Joey’s teacher, Mrs. Glass, tells Joey he will have trouble learning because he’s Spanish and he’s a minority, but that something called affirmative action will help him get along. Little Joey is stunned. […]
Viet Nam may be the only war we ever fought, or perhaps that was ever fought, in which the heroism of the American soldier was accompanied by humanitarianism unmatched in the annals of warfare. And the humanitarianism took place during the heat of the battle. The GI fixed as he fought, he cured and educated […]
Government intrusion into our private lives is at an all-time high. With the Obergefell v Hodges case unelected judges have made law and overturned the will of the people. Bakers, photographers, and even CEOs are all being told what they can and cannot do. Prayer has been banned from public schools for over fifty years, […]
The world is not safe. Earthquakes, tornados, and floods are happening with more frequency and intensity. Terrorist attacks are on the rise. Christians are being persecuted in America. It’s time for the church to step up and be prepared for trials and tribulation to come. What does the Bible say about being prepared for disasters? […]
During the BP oil leak of 2010 while the “experts” were frantically working on a solution to stop the flow, thousands of people were offered solutions. One suggestion came from a plumber named Joe Caldart, but since he wasn’t a scientist with a PhD, his plan was dismissed outright. Only when a professor of engineering […]
BESTSELLING CLASSIC NOW IN PAPERBACK! Americans have come to tolerate, embrace, and even champion many things—from easy divorce and unrestricted abortion-on-demand to extreme body piercing and teaching homosexuality to grade-schoolers—that would have horrified previous generations. Does that mean today’s mainstream Americans are inherently more morally confused and depraved than previous generations? Of course not, says […]
A former Yale professor and senior business executive whose contact list includes the most powerful leaders in business, media and politics, Ted Malloch has seen it all, done it all, and now is telling all. From his appointment as sergeant in the Toilet Patrol (reserved for children deemed “gifted”) to his appointment as scholar-diplomat by […]
The American public was nearly deprived of the opportunity to read this book. In 2012 popular historian David Barton set out to correct what he saw as the distorted image of a once-beloved Founding Father, Thomas Jefferson, in what became a New York Times best-selling book, The Jefferson Lies. Despite the wildly popular success of the original hardcover […]
Genesis 25 is the account of the birth of the twins Esau and Jacob. When grown, Esau came in from hunting and smelled the food Jacob prepared and traded his birthright for a bowl of stew. The spirit of Esau is the desire of the flesh and he was willing to trade his entire spiritual […]
America was founded on Judeo-Christian principles, by moral leaders, many of whom were strong Christians themselves. The first settlers were committed Protestant Christians seeking refuge from religious persecution abroad. In the last hundred years, America has been on a slippery slope, moving away from its founding principles, and in large part with little resistance from […]
Utopian dreamers are deceived and deceiving. Their “fight for the people” rhetoric may sound good at first, but history proves the egalitarian governments and cultures they try to create destroy freedom, destroy creativity, destroy human lives, create poverty and misery and often spread beyond their borders to bring others under slavery. They believe that through […]
In this powerful book, Jesse Lee Peterson traces the collapse of the black community in America to an unexpected source: the anger against one’s mother and father that fatherlessness engenders. Peterson knows this story from the inside as few other people do. Born on an Alabama plantation, he was abandoned by his father before he […]
America the Beautiful has become America the Bizarre. Christians are prosecuted for their faith, the government dictates what kind of car and light bulbs you can buy, children “transition” to the opposite sex, the president defends our enemies, men marry men and women marry women – and 130 million Americans depend on mind-altering substances just […]
Like its namesake, Scarlet Letters addresses the hard truths of life in an increasingly “progressive” America where the irrational prejudices of a group can crush the soul of the individual. In both the old and new Puritanism, worshippers achieve a sense of moral worth simply by designating themselves among “the elect”—no good works required. To […]
The Houston mayor tried to subpoena sermons against homosexuality. The Mozilla CEO was fired for supporting a bill to uphold traditional marriage. HGTV canceled a new home-improvement show because of the Bible-based views of the show’s stars. From redefining marriage to dominating the culture, it appears that there is no stopping the gay activist agenda, […]
We all need a good laugh now and then, especially at the expense of a big-shot politician who opens his or her mouth and removes all doubt about their inherent idiocy, their lovable lunacy, or their daffy demeanor that again and again makes them a late-night-TV punchline. And when it comes to goofy gaffes and […]
Just in time for the 2016 elections comes this indispensable addition to the Hillary oeuvre! The updated paperback version of I’ve Always Been a Yankees Fan, that Dick Morris called the “wonderful little book” that gave you “all the ammunition you need to hold up your end of the argument and make sure that Hillary’s […]
Over the past several decades, countless wars and terrorist attacks have been perpetrated by various groups and individuals claiming to act in the name of Islam. Yet Western leaders of virtually every stripe and party have consistently affirmed their belief that, despite the violence done in its name, Islam is a “religion of peace.” The […]
We are witnessing a watershed moment in American cultural history: the sabotaging of family and marriage. Extreme-left radicals have made their arguments and tried different tactics, from the early nineteenth century to the sexual revolution of the 1960s, but at long last they have the vehicle to make it happen: gay marriage. Now, as the […]
Utopian dictators like Stalin, Hitler, Pol Pot, and Mao are criminals – genocidal psychopaths who have killed more human beings in the last hundred years than any other ideologues in history. They don’t limit their murder to individuals, but to entire nations. In the United States another form of utopians, the “progressives,” have tried to […]
Liberty’s Secrets exposes readers to the Founding Fathers as never before. They believed in God, Judeo-Christian values, and the freedom and necessity of religion in order to have a free and prosperous society. They believed in a free press and knew, as John Adams argued, “when a people is corrupted, the press may be made […]
Tsunamis, earthquakes, world wars, nuclear disasters, and upheaval in the Middle East – could it be we are living in the final trumpet days of Revelation? Whether one is a believer or not, the Bible provides many clues about the future of us all. In Final Warning beloved pastor and best-selling author Carl Gallups explores the stunning […]
In the past thirty years, the trend among American evangelical’s view of Israel has shifted dramatically. There is a sudden rise of anti-Israel and anti-Semitic sentiment among Christians today. At gatherings such as the pro-Palestinian Christ at the Checkpoint conference in Bethlehem to the Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions movement on university campuses around the world, a […]
If we experience the kind of economic collapse experienced by Argentina and Russia in the last decade, Zimbabwe or the Weimar Republic before that, where will we get medical supplies and expertise? I began thinking of my father’s small-town practice and how self-sufficient he was. I thought about my Navy training and experience and the difficulties of rendering emergency medical care in isolated places with minimal supplies and no trained medical specialists for assistance. From that consideration, I have planned for my own and my family’s medical security. This book will help you do the same. The goal of this book is to help you to:
1. Recognize the signs of the impending collapse of the medical system.
2. Prepare yourself and others to be as healthy as possible.
3. Be more self-sufficient when medical issues do arise.
4. Learn to navigate the difficult world of health insurance when finding a physician.
5. Create a medical stockpile for times when supplies are not available.
Abortion is a gruesome and ugly business. Public opinion is moving in the direction of fewer and safer abortions. In Abortion Free, Newman and Sullenger, founders of the prolife group Operation Rescue, share their more than fifty years combined experience in shuttering dirty, life-threatening clinics, including the story of how they peacefully shut down the […]
The American family used to be the fundamental institution of our stable, liberty-loving, and very successful society. It is the essential building block of a free society with limited government. In the last hundred years, the American family has been attacked, debased, maligned, slandered, and vilified by every facet of society. Who Killed the American […]
Female powerhouses and original PolitiChicks Anne-Marie Murrell, Morgan Brittany, and Gina Loudon sound the clarion call for conservative women across America to reclaim the power of the grassroots activist by fundamentally transforming their lives and work in bold ways. Women can be warriors without burning bras. Women can be strong without emasculating their husbands and […]
Bigger than Watergate! Bigger than Iran-Contra! “Ten times bigger” than both, said one congressman. The Bengahzi scandal may have been covered up by the White House, but the truth is about to come out. The Real Benghazi Story is a ground-breaking investigative work that finally exposes some of the most significant issues related to the […]
Originally published in 1996, Child Training Tips by Reb Bradley is a classic parenting book that has withstood the test of time and is based on timeless principles: consistency, patience, and building lasting relationships with your children and is as crucial for today’s parents as ever. Child Training Tips is not just another interpretation on […]
In Firing Back, six-term Congressman Todd Akin describes in eye-opening detail what it is like to be an unapologetic conservative in a town dominated by media bullies, backroom bosses, and liberals of either party. Although he tried to be a loyal Republican, Akin’s first allegiance was always to the Constitution and his conservative principles. When […]
Nixon stood at the microphone and folded his hands in front of him; he moved them rarely from that position during his forty-five-minute speech. He spoke without notes on world affairs, traversing the globe mentally while discussing policy challenges that would confront the next president. . . .
Nixon’s impromptu speech showcased his great political and historical acumen. When he finished his talk and sat in his chair, a tremendous ovation filled the room. He stood and acknowledged the applause, and then answered written questions read to him by the emcee. Here he shined: during his formal speech, Nixon appeared somewhat rigid and tense; during the Q&A, Nixon smiled, looked relaxed, and handled each question deftly.
Although some queries touched on foreign policy, most focused on the upcoming election. Nixon felt the two presumptive nominees (Republican George Bush and Democrat Michael Dukakis) would run a close race, with Bush winning by a whisker. He refused to suggest who might be the strongest running mate for Bush, and named a list of the most oft-mentioned possibilities. Then, with a smile, Nixon pointed to the battery of television cameras in the rear of the ballroom: “To my friends in the media,” Nixon quipped, “if I forgot to mention someone, would you please list their names in your newspaper columns for me!” Even the reporters joined in the laughter.
When I travel to America now, speaking to groups across the country, I’m often asked, “What do you love about America?” And for a long time, a pithy answer was not possible. Until one day, it dawned on me.
I love America because it is confident, competitive, courageous, faithful, idealistic, innovative, inspirational, charitable, and optimistic. It is everything as a nation that I wish to be as a person.
And then there’s the other question I get: “What makes America exceptional?”
I’ll tell you; American exceptionalism is simple.
It’s individualism, not collectivism. Patriotism, not relativism. Optimism, not pessimism. Limited government, not nanny state. God, not government. Faith, not secularism. Life, not death. Equality of opportunity, not equality of outcome.
Was Albert Einstein an atheist? Many celebrity atheist websites claim Einstein as their own, but what did the genius scientist really believe? In Einstein, God, and the Bible, international evangelist and best-selling author Ray Comfort explores the mysterious life of this great scientist. He uncovers information about Einstein’s home life, his rapid rise to superstardom in […]
“What has been will be again, what has been done will be done again; there is nothing new under the sun.” This was Solomon’s observation as the wisest of all kings. How does it apply here? Cheryl Chumley lays out clearly what is happening in this country now and the consequences are clear.
Though I do not believe there has ever been a country in the world’s history that has the individual liberties found in the United States today, there are other countries that went from individual liberties to being oppressed by increasingly totalitarian rulers. From the available information around us, Cheryl points out the usurpations of our freedoms which all sounds so very familiar to legitimate historians. . . . The coming signs of tyranny are all around us. Fortunately they can be stopped before it is too late if the American people will awaken.
—from the Foreword
As community college graduation day approached, I learned that I’d been accepted to the nearby University of California at Berkeley. As long as I passed all my finals at Chabot, I’d begin my junior year at Cal in the fall of 1977.
The La Bamba, that battered old Pontiac I bought from Bob for $250 when first I moved to Livermore, served me well. Aside from it being the reason Bob and I met, it also got me to work and school every day for the two years I attended Chabot. Since it was such a clunker, I never spent money on preventive maintenance. I oiled it when the dashboard “low oil” warning light illuminated; I replaced the bald tires when one of them blew, and then with retreads. Still, I attached sentimental value to the jalopy. When the day came for our final Chabot exam, I called Bob and suggested we ride to class in the La Bamba together for old times’ sake. Bob hesitated, knowing the car was on its last legs. He didn’t want to risk missing the crucial test. “Come on, Bobby!” I coaxed him. “The La Bamba’s our lucky car! It’ll make it! Trust me!”
Bob agreed reluctantly, and I drove to his house and picked him up. On the way, the engine broke free from a cracked motor mount, and it jumped and banged so hard under the hood that it dented the metal body. We ignored the clanging noise and set off on our rickety drive to Chabot. A few minutes later, just as we approached the freeway exit for the college, thick plumes of black smoke billowed from under the hood. Flicks of red could be made out in the sudden darkness. “The engine’s on fire!” Bob yelled at me. “Pull over!”
“No way,” I replied. “I said this car’s gonna make it, and it will.” Bug-eyed but daring, Bob yelled out a frantic go-ahead: “You crazy dude! Let’s go! Gun it!” I floored the accelerator; the glass packs screamed as we raced down the final mile-long straightaway of Airport Boulevard. Huge flames now jetted from the hood; the ominous sound of melting, buckling metal echoed through the passenger compartment. As the La Bamba raced down the road, we left behind a smoke trail resembling a NASA launch. Car passengers heading in the opposite direction stared in disbelief at the two guys rocketing past at breakneck speed and screaming out the windows, “Ohhhhhhh, shhhhh–!!!” from a car on fire. I never braked until we turned the corner into Chabot’s parking lot, when I shouted for Bob to bail out. We flung open the car doors and jumped out of the still moving Pontiac. The La Bamba rolled up the incline and into the field where it came to rest. Soon flames engulfed the entire car. Curious spectators began streaming out of class to watch the inferno as Bob and I dropped back into the crowd anonymously.
“I told you the La Bamba would get us here!” I whispered and slapped him on the back. “It’s our lucky car!”
“Hey,” a campus custodian called to me, “whose car is that? Or, should I say, whose car was that?”
“It looks abandoned to me,” I replied.
“So what happened to it?”
“Sorry,” I told him, “I can’t stay and chat. I have to go take a final.”
Anita Dittman was just a little girl when the winds of Nazism and Hitler’s coming Holocaust began to blow through Germany. Raised by her Jewish mother, she came to believe that Jesus was her Messiah at eight years old. By the time she was ten, the war had begun. Trapped in Hitler’s Hell is the […]
Noah and the ark makes it on everyone’s list of top ten favorite Bible stories—right up there with Jonah and the whale, and David and Goliath. No biblical account has raised as many questions and has generated as much controversy as Noah and the ark. The story in the Bible is just the beginning! * […]
The time is ripe to change the current political landscape. Despite what the establishment media would like you to believe, Americans support conservative positions on the issues. Takeover provides them with the history, inspiration and practical steps necessary to succeed in taking over the GOP, electing a conservative President and establishing a conservative government in America by 2017.
What are the feasts days? What is the difference between the biblical calendar and the one we use today? Why should you be concerned about eclipses in the sky?
In Blood Moons Pastor Biltz answers these questions and more. He explains the importance of these biblical celebrations and milestones and shows how you too can be aware of the signs of things to come.
Take the journey with Dan Bongino from the tough streets of New York City where he was raised, and later patrolled as a member of the NYPD, to the White House as a member of the elite Presidential Protective Division, through his ultimate decision to resign from the Secret Service – during the Obama Administration – in the prime of his career to run for the United States Senate against the feared Maryland Democratic machine.
Mystical death-curses, visions of Messiah, an important world political figure under threat, religious leaders in shock, a cryptic Kabbalistic death note…THE STORY IS SHOCKING – THE STORY IS TRUE – THE STORY IS STILL UNFOLDING…
IN THE FALL OF 2005, a 108-year-old rabbi, the most venerated rabbinical Jewish leader in Israel, proclaimed that he knew the name of the real Messiah. He insisted that he knew where the Messiah was and when He was going to reveal Himself to the world. Rabbi Kaduri claimed that he had personally seen the Messiah in a vision.
Racial violence is back. Along with widespread racial crime — even riots. In hundreds of episodes in more than 80 cities since 2010, groups of black people are roaming the streets of America — assaulting, intimidating, stalking, threatening, vandalizing, stealing, shooting, stabbing, even raping and killing. Cities big and small. Expected and unexpected. But local media and public officials are silent. Crime is color blind, says a Milwaukee police chief. Race is not important, a Chicago newspaper editor assures us. That denies the obvious: America is the most race conscious society in the world.
It was a race of certainty on both sides. Even on Election Day, Mitt Romney’s campaign advisers were convinced Romney would be elected president, while Barack Obama’s team was equally resolute: he would reclaim the White House. How was the Republican Party so misguided? Where did the party go wrong? Although the results were far […]
A news making investigative work exploring the immediate possibility of impeaching Barack Obama by documenting his alleged offenses against the Constitution; his assault on personal liberties; and his abuse of executive power to enact nation-altering policies without even minimal Congressional oversight. Researched and written by New York Times bestselling authors Aaron Klein and Brenda J. […]
In July 2000, God sent a watchman to Madison Square Garden in New York City with warning of an imminent surprise attack that would be a sign pointing to the endtimes. When this very thing happened fourteen months later on 9/11, it proved to be God’s terrible catalyst to begin the end-times right before our […]
Almost nothing gives rise to more national intrigue than the murder of an American president. And on November 22, 2013, the nation will experience the 50th anniversary of one of the most traumatic events in modern American history, the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. From day one, the truth behind JFK’s assassination has been […]
If I had a son, he’d look like Trayvon,” President Barack Obama said in March 2012 about the shooting death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin four weeks earlier. In so saying, Obama gave the White House imprimatur to a politically irresistible campaign, one that both stoked the grievances of his racially sensitive base and energized his […]
The highest-ranking Soviet bloc intelligence official ever to defect to the West, Lt. Gen. Ion Mihai Pacepa is at it again. The man credited by the CIA as the only person in the Western world who single-handedly demolished an entire enemy espionage service – the one he ran – now takes aim at an even bigger target: the exotic, widely misunderstood but still astonishingly influential realm of the Russian-born “science” of disinformation.
Within these pages, Pacepa, along with his co-author, historian and law professor Ronald Rychlak, answer many of the most crucial questions of our time: Why has so much of the Western world turned against its founding faith, Christianity? Why have radical Islam, jihad and terrorism burst aflame after a long period of apparent quiescence? Why is naked Marxism increasingly manifesting in America and its NATO allies? What really happened to Russia after the Berlin Wall came down?
Like the solution to a giant jigsaw puzzle lacking one crucial piece, Disinformation authoritatively provides the missing dimension that makes the chaos of the modern world finally understandable.
It has often been said, “What you don’t know won’t hurt you.” Not true. Ignorance is deadly.
Have you ever heard the phrase forty acres and a mule? Do you know how slavery actually began in America? Did you know the KKK lynched over a thousand white people? Do you know why? Have you ever wondered, “What do African Americans want?” Why do they vote Democrat? Did you know that most blacks DO NOT support Affirmative Action? Who speaks for African-Americans? Do Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton, and others, really speak for black America? Who elected these “civil rights leaders”?
If you have ever considered, even briefly, any one of these questions, or others in the area of race relations, then you need your own copy of Black Yellowdogs. (What does “black yellowdogs” mean, anyway?)
Buy it, read it, mark it up, look up the facts, burn it or, better yet, give it to one of your white or black friends and talk about it. Remember, the most dangerous citizen is not armed, but uninformed.
There have been warnings from scientists and other experts for years that the Nation’s electrical grid system and 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.
However, Congress and the administrations of previous and current presidents largely have ignored those warnings.
From a pit-bull who missed a last-minute, fatal RAF bombing run and found a home with a crusty American general (the marvelous Patton, whom Roosevelt called “Our greatest fighting general, and sheer joy”), to Ike’s devoted companion, Telek, the leaders of the Greatest Generation were provided with nearly critical, unquestioning companionship by a group of dogs that returned the affection.
“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. To be released by WND Books Nov. 13, […]
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. Yet in 1980, John had moved from proudly stating that they were more […]
“Dead Men Flying: Victory in Vietnam” is a challenging new view of America’s most divisive conflict. General Patrick Brady winner of the Congressional Medal of Honor and the most decorated veteran in American history tells the story of Dust Off, the helicopter rescue operation that symbolized salvation for thousands of wounded warriors. It’s the story […]
The plane was going down fast, out of control. Dark green jungle was rushing up to meet them. He ordered Kelly to punch out. He heard the thick Plexi-glass canopy above his head explode, and braced his body against the hard blast of wind surging into the cockpit as his navigator shot into space. He yanked on his own ejection seat lever and felt the hard jolt that meant he, too, had made it out of the flaming aircraft.
Relieved, he saw that he had a good chute. Floating slowly down through the hot humid air, he watched Kelly’s billowing parachute disappear into the tropical trees. He saw his A-6 hit the top of a mountain several miles away and explode into huge pillars of thick black smoke.
He landed in a tall banyan tree, his parachute snagged on a forked limb. Dangling in the air underneath the torn white nylon panels, he could see small figures heading for the foot of the mountain. He knew he had to scramble down and find a place to conceal himself, fast. Groping, he inched his way, hand over hand, up the twisting risers of this chute, trying to grab hold of the trunk of the swaying tree. Hanging on to the rough rope with one hand, he leaned his weight toward the tree trunk and felt the limb holding his parachute peel away. He fell, headlong, fifty feet or so, hitting the ground so hard he could hear the bones in his back crack.
He struggled to get his survival radio out of the zippered pocket of his olive-drab flight suit, hoping to make some kind of contact with Kelly.
“Kelly, do you read? Over.”
The black radio crackled with static, but Kelly didn’t answer. He tried again, and then again. Nothing.
Forty-five minutes went by before he heard the planes. Then he saw them, “friendlies.” They know where I am, he thought, relieved. I’ll be out of here by morning.
“I’m on the ground okay,” he said into his now-damp radio, willing one of the aircraft circling overhead to hear him.
“Roger, Red. See you in the morning.”
The raspy voice was familiar. Nick Carpenter, from his own squadron.
It would be a long night. No sensation in his feet and legs, he began to drag himself around on his belly, trying to find Kelly. He told himself it was useless, that Kelly had landed on the opposite side of the mountain. But he knew he had to keep looking. Finally, exhausted, he made a halfhearted attempt to sleep, one ear listening through the darkness, straining to decipher the strange jungle noises. He could hear the distant thrashing sound that had to be machetes, hacking away at the tangled vines.
At dawn, he heard muffled voices coming up the side of the mountain. He was sure they were enemy soldiers, making their way to his hiding place. He searched the empty sky for the rescue planes, the helicopters from Thailand, the Jolly Greens. They’re usually pretty reliable, he said to himself. Where are they this morning?
The sun was almost directly overhead when the strange-looking little militiamen burst through the dense green underbrush, AK-47s at the ready. They chattered excitedly about their prize, a downed American pilot, an American “war criminal.”
While one of the militiamen trained an AK-47 on him, another one clumsily fashioned a blindfold from a piece of brown ragged burlap, and the tallest of the four men tied it roughly and firmly around his throbbing head, obscuring his vision. He struggled to get to his feet, but two of the soldiers grabbed him and held him while the third one bound his feet with heavy hemp rope, which cut into the flesh just above the ankles. They drew his hands up behind his shoulders until he thought his arms would leave their sockets and then pulled the rough ropes taut, leaving his hands dangling just below his shoulder blades. They dragged his aching body through the underbrush and threw him into the back of a rusty, dilapidated truck. An overpowering smell of gasoline made him nauseous and he thought he was going to pass out.
He was probably on his way to the infamous Hoa Lo Prison in Hanoi, which he guessed would be about fifty miles away. Pilots had dubbed the old French prison that already held many of their fellow aviators the “Hanoi Hilton.”
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 Prisoner of War (POW). When his plane was shot down over the skies of Vietnam, McDaniel would be captured and spend six agonizing years as a POW in Hanoi Hilton. His captors used barbaric and sadistic torture techniques on him, but McDaniel remained a source of hope and strength for his fellow POWs by clinging to his faith in even the darkest of hours. In this 35th anniversary edition of Scars and Stripes, a whole new generation of Americans will come to understand the power of prayer, belief, and devotion to God had in sustaining McDaniel during his six years as a POW in Vietnam. Capt. Eugene McDaniel’s faith in God was an inspiration to his fellow POWs during moments of intense, physical anguish and psychological torture. No matter the trials you face in your life, McDaniel’s heroic story re-affirms that faith in God will always provide the light needed in times of darkness.
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. Just as Obama concealed the true plans for his initial term behind rhetoric of ending partisan differences and cutting the Federal deficit, Obama’s re-election theme of creating jobs conceals more than it reveals about his real agenda for a second term – the “progressive” program to complete the fundamental transformation of America during the next four years. This book is filled with stunning revelations, including second-term plans for a “New Deal”-style overhaul of the economy replete with the creation of a National Infrastructure Development Bank to oversee government control of the financial system; a massive, government-run jobs program to coincide with “paycheck fairness”; full amnesty for illegal aliens; de-funding of the U.S. military while channeling Pentagon money to “clean” energy initiatives; a new, multi-billion dollar “green” stimulus; and implementing Obamacare in measures nearly impossible to reverse. And that is just the start.
“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.” Mideast Beast completes and establishes the revolutionary argument introduced in Joel Richardson’s New York Times Bestselling Islamic Antichrist, namely that the Antichrist will be a Muslim, whose empire will arise out of the Middle East. Whereas most students of the Bible have long held that some form of humanism or universalist religion would catapult the Antichrist to world power, Mideast Beast: The Scriptural Case for an Islamic Antichrist systematically proves from that the long awaited system of the Antichrist is even now before us and knocking at our door. Through a highly scholarly, theologically grounded, yet simple presentation, Richardson thoroughly corrects the objections of critics, establishing beyond a doubt, the Biblical case for an Islamic Antichrist. With large segments of the Christian missionary movement embracing a heretical method of outreach to Muslims, Mideast Beast cuts to the core of the matter, revealing the true nature and origins of Islam. After finishing Richardson’s work, you too will be convinced concerning the challenge of Islam to the Church.
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. From a young age, Farber had a knack for being in the right place at the right time. In Cocktails with Molotov, Barry Farber’s collection of real life short stories, you’ll read of his encounters with Alfred Hitchcock, the King of Albania, and Buzz Aldrin; of his knowledge of 26 foreign languages and how foreign language came through for him in the knick of time. He shares tales from his childhood in North Carolina and his time spent venturing abroad, from his life as a young reporter and as a seasoned journalist, along with astounding narratives of everything in between. A lifelong seeker of adventures and excitement, Barry Farber’s lighthearted and humorous storytelling will keep you occupied for hours; you won’t be able to put down the book until you’re finished; each story is as compelling and informative as the one before it. Get prepared to meet a man who has lived a full life.
In The Magic Man in the Sky, Carl Gallups has given us an exciting insight into the many unanswered questions of evolution theory and, based on biblical truths – both prophecies and promises, the possibilities of other worlds and realities denied by evolutionists. With his open and frank approach, supported by extensive research and information from learned professionals in their respective fields, Carl challenges believers and unbelievers to take a serious look at the subjects discussed in this book. Ultimately, Carl invites every reader to seriously consider the gravity and consequences of accepting or rejecting the truth presented. In this hour of all-but-universal darkness, a bright ray of hope and confidence shines forth from the truths of this book. In a time when lives are marked by a growing hunger for spiritual realities, Carl Gallups reveals the truth that real science and Holy Scripture are inseparably linked to verify that behind all creation there is an intelligent designer who created all that exists.
Exorbitant energy prices, rolling blackouts, acute food shortages, critical water deficiencies, and private property rights usurped: this is America’s future as envisioned by the environmental movement’s well-honed green agenda. 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.Eco-Tyranny , by best-selling author Brian Sussman, presents a rational strategy to responsibly harvest our nation’s vast resources in order to fulfill the future needs of a rapidly growing population.
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. Bigger government means bigger budgets and higher taxes. “More” simply doesn’t mean “better.” In The Greatest Hoax, Senator James Inhofe will reveal the reasons behind those perpetuating the Hoax of global warming, who is benefitting from the general acceptance of the Hoax and why the premise statements are blatantly and categorically false.
In Hitler, God, and the Bible, international evangelist and best-selling author Ray Comfort exposes Adolf Hitler’s theology and abuse of religion as a means to seize political power and ultimately instigate World War II and genocide. This fascinating study mines the depths of Hitler’s beliefs and convincingly argues that without Hitler’s misuse of Christianity the Third Reich would not have had its legendary rise, resulting in the deaths of more than six million Jews. Highlighting Hitler’s youth, his influences, and his path to seducing a nation, 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.
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. Bill shares in vivid detail his upbringing – the raging battles, his activity in his mother’s atheistic empire, his dependence on drugs and his years as a fugitive. Nearly two decades after the Court’s decision, Bill came to the end of his personal strength. In desperation he called out to God and God answered. From embezzlement to kidnapping to murder, Bill reviews the shocking evidence surrounding the disappearance of his mother, brother and daughter. Though actively involved in atheism, Bill discovered the gift Jesus Christ offers to all who seek Him. He invites you to experience God’s grace in this journey from despair to everlasting love.
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 – an engrossing, informative work of political nonfiction that is also a gripping real-life thriller.
In The Everlasting Hatred: The Roots of Jihad, bestselling author Hal Lindsey explains how, on September 11, 2001, an ancient fight-to-the-death conflict exploded on the shores of the United States. Though most Americans didn’t realize it, the United States was already heavily involved in this struggle – a struggle driven by a hatred that has […]
The Bible is explicit: Christians live in a battlefield, contending with three distinct opponents; the world, the flesh and the devil. e battles are real, and so are the casualties. Too many Christians lose more battles than they win and endure their walk with God rather than enjoy it. They consistently lose battles they should be winning. Those who choose […]
In this timely and well-documented exposé, author Brad O’Leary takes you deep inside the battle to save our nation’s Judeo Christian identity, and with it, our liberty. From attacks on Christian holidays, to government efforts to stamp-out homeschooling, to the courtroom assault on Christianity and free speech, O’Leary leaves no doubt that there is a concerted effort underway to replace allegiance to God with allegiance to government.
Jerome Corsi and Craig Smith expose the fraudulent science that has made America so vulnerable: the belief that oil is a fossil fuel and that it is a finite resource. This book argues persuasively that oil is not a product of fossils and prehistoric forests but rather the byproduct of a continuing biochemical reaction below […]
How to Rescue America From Moral Decline…One Family At a Time America has a problem… conservative parents are raising liberal kids! In this controversial new book author Reb Bradley reveals that the cause of our nation’s moral decline has been caused not by failed education, poverty, or weak gun laws, but by inadequate parenting. He […]
“Breach of Trust: How Washington Turns Outsiders into Insiders,” by Dr. Tom A. Coburn, U.S. senator from Oklahoma, candidly explains the machinations of Washington in a way few books do, exploring how the system co-opts even some of the most reform-minded congressmen with promises of power, influence, and the all-important pork-barrel projects to keep voters in hock for another win at the polls.
When parents send their children off to college, mom and dad hope they’ll return more cultivated, knowledgeable, and astute — able to see issues from all points of view. But, according to author Ben Shapiro, there’s only one view allowed on most college campuses: a rabid brand of liberalism that must be swallowed hook, line, and sinker
“Crude Politics: How Bush’s Oil Cronies Hijacked the War on Terrorism” makes the unsettling case that the Bush administration, though engaged in an unavoidable and moral war on terror, also tried simultaneously to secure future energy production in the terrorists’ home turf and ended up compromising America’s national security interests.
Feisty and frank, Perry exposes the dangerous consequences of this supposedly compassionate law and shows through personal accounts and sobering statistics that quality of public life for the disabled hasn’t been improved since the ADA was signed into law; instead, the liberties of all Americans have been diminished considerably
In “Doctor in the House,” Congressman Michael Burgess applies his three decades of experience working inside our nation’s health care system to the diagnosis of our true ailments. In doing so, he offers a clear, common sense prescription for making our system more excellent, more efficient, and less expensive–for all Americans. A third generation physician, Burgess writes with obvious passion for the healing arts and powerful convictions about the limits of government intervention in the doctor-patient relationship. “Doctor in the House” brings clarity and common sense to the perplexing national debate over the new health care bill.
“Some say we patriots are temporary pains on the political scene—that our passions are fleeting fires. But I know fighters. And we are like those who ignited the light of liberty at America’s inception. We are those who weather the storms of oppression, and who can persevere until we triumph over tyranny.” —Chuck Norris, Foreword. […]