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Book Review: Deliver The Vote

Deliver The Vote:  A History Of Election Fraud, An American Political Tradition–1742-2004, by Tracy Campbell It is quite likely that election fraud started before 1742, the earliest example cited in this thorough book and it certainly went beyond 2004, when … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Electoral College

The Electoral College, by Martha S. Hewson There are at least a few insights that one can gain from a book that is not quite as good as it thinks it is.  For one, adopting a principle of synoptical reading … Continue reading

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Book Review: After The People Vote

After The People Vote:  A Guide To The Electoral College, edited by John C. Fortier As someone who has written on the matter of the electoral college [1] and who in general has a strong interest in constitutional law [2], … Continue reading

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Book Review: A Brief History Of Israel

A Brief History Of Israel, by Bernard Reich This book generally lives up to its name, and is a worthwhile book if one wants to read an insider’s perspective of the history of Israel as an independent nation.  Admittedly, my … Continue reading

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Book Review: Free To Believe

Free To Believe:  The Battle Over Religious Liberty In America, by Luke Goodrich [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by Multnomah/Waterbrook Press.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] This is the sort of book that is easy … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Simpsons’ Beloved Springfield

The Simpsons’ Beloved Springfield:  Essays On The TV Series And Town That Are Part Of Us All, edited by Karma Waltonen and Denise DuVernay This is one of the worst collections of pop culture essays I have ever read, if … Continue reading

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It’s Okay To Be White

Earlier today I received a couple of stories that dealt with the case of a flyer that has been making its rounds on Western Connecticut State University that simply say “It’s Okay To Be White.”  Overly woke campus authorities and … Continue reading

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Whores Of Babylon

When I was in the latter years of elementary school, one of my great-grandfathers lived in a small travel trailer behind the house where I lived with my mother, brother, and maternal grandparents in the rural areas outside of Plant … Continue reading

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Book Review: A History Of The Jews

A History Of The Jews, by Abram Leon Sachar This particular author was once president of Brandeis University and it shows in several ways, some of them subtle and some of them not.  For one, the author praises Brandeis University … Continue reading

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Book Review: Old Age: A Beginner’s Guide

Old Age:  A Beginner’s Guide, by Michael Kinsley Sometimes if you know enough about someone you would avoid reading their books.  Such is the case here.  The author is someone I didn’t happen to know about when I picked up … Continue reading

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