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Review of “The First Total War” by David Bell

Introduction The French Revolution and the Napoleonic Wars were earth-shattering in their importance. The glorious monarchies of Europe were never quite the same, Edmund Burke...

Review of “The Saudi-Iranian War” by Ted Halstead

My Thoughts on The Saudi-Iranian War by Ted Halstead The Good: I recently read and reviewed The Second Korean War by Ted Halstead and, although it...

Review of The Political Philosophy of James Madison by Professor Garrett Ward Sheldon

Introduction Professor Sheldon's The Political Philosophy of Thomas Jefferson was one of the more interesting political philosophy books that I have read. While political philosophy...

Review of “The Second Korean War” by Ted Halstead

The Second Korean War by Ted Halstead: Is it Any Good? I recently decided to start reading more novels. While I typically read non-fiction, I've...

Review of “Law Professors: The Centuries of Shaping American Law” by Professor Stephen Presser

Introduction I have had the distinct pleasure of getting to know Professor Stephen Presser over the past months. He has allowed me to publish numerous...

Review of Pursuit of Honor by Vince Flynn

Pursuit of Honor by Vince Flynn: A Book about Why America Needs Rough Men I've been reading a lot of Vince Flynn recently. I picked...

Review of How to Destroy America in Three Easy Steps by Ben Shapiro

Introduction Ben Shapiro is indisputably one of the most significant conservative commentators of modern times. While I frequently disagree with him, his points are often...

Review of Protect and Defend by Vince Flynn

Protect and Defend by Vince Flynn: A Book about the Dark Nature of War My recent reviews of Term Limits and Act of Treason have...

Review of Act of Treason by Vince Flynn

Act of Treason: An Excellent Political Thriller Vince Flynn is one of my favorite fiction authors, along with Christopher Buckley and Ayn Rand. What sets...

Review of The Political Philosophy of Thomas Jefferson

Introduction Those of you who read this website frequently probably recognize the name Garrett Ward Sheldon. He is a frequent contributor and his articles, such...

Review of “Fools, Frauds, and Firebrands: The Thinkers of the New Left” by Roger Scruton

Introduction One of the most difficult, but also most necessary, tasks that conservatives face is attempting to examine, dissect, and understand leftist thinking. That task...

Review of “The American Political Economy” by Marc Eisner

Introduction One core tenet of economic and political thought, generally on the libertarian and conservative side, is that the market is a separate entity from...
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