Monthly Archives: November 2017

Book Review: The Fallen Star

The Fallen Star (Billy Smith And The Goblins #2), by Robert Hewitt Wolfe [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by Edelweiss/Turner Publishing Company.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] Having read and enjoyed the first book of … Continue reading

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Book Review: Ready Player One

Ready Player One, by Ernest Cline There is an oft-repeated Presbyterian statement a child cannot strike at his father’s face unless he first sits in his lap.  By this it is meant that even when people are trying to dishonor … Continue reading

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La Hotel Espero: Epilogue

Epilogue: The less that is said about the fate of Ashley, the better.  Let those whose pens and keyboards dwell on misery and suffering and the high probability of worms that shall not die take up her cause and scribble … Continue reading

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Book Review: Stop The Coming Civil War

Stop The Coming Civil War:  My Savage Truth, by Michael Savage In reading this book I was reminded of why I am not a fan of conservatarians like the author, even if we have similar hostility towards leftism.  I was … Continue reading

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Book Review: Blue Collar Conservatives

Blue Collar Conservatives:  Recommitting To An America That Works, by Rick Santorum Like many people who have an interest in politics and especially those politics that are somewhat right of center [1], I had certain ideas about this author from … Continue reading

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La Hotel Espero: Chapter Eighteen

Chapter Eighteen Day Six:  Ashley She was getting tired of this same routine.  She knew that there wasn’t much time for her to escape because she feared that she was losing her mind.  Perhaps that was the first sign of … Continue reading

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Book Review: Killing Rage: Ending Racism

Killing Rage:  Ending Racism, by Bell Hooks This book is a pile of contradictions that is as fascinating as it is ridiculous.  One wonders if the author is aware of just how much massive projection there is as she attacks … Continue reading

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Book Review: White Rage

White Rage:  The Unspoken Truth Of Our Racial Divide, by Carol Anderson It is perhaps not very sporting to say that I went into this book already knowing that I would probably deeply dislike it, but did as a sort … Continue reading

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La Hotel Espero: Chapter Seventeen: Part Two

When they arrived at the table Kate saw that the bellhop was carrying a large binder of information.  “Obviously, you don’t have time to read all of this, but these are the rules of this hotel.   Some of them won’t … Continue reading

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Book Review: Historical Atlas Of Central Europe

Historical Atlas Of Central Europe, by Paul Robert Magocsi Most people would not think to read an atlas like this one, but this is a book of which it has been said on one of the blurbs on the back … Continue reading

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