Current events and cultural hot topics can be very difficult to understand. The media, pop culture and uninformed loud people on social media all have opinions. But what's really going on? That's why I chose to go to a real expert.
Discrimination and Disparities
By Thomas Sowell
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I’ve been asked by several people why I would even read this book. After all, we already have two sensational, and likely self-serving, books on President Trump (that I didn’t read). We already have mainstream media’s constant attacks on the President. We already have Trump’s Twitter … Continue Reading ››
I don’t normally read books like this, but the Trump phenomenon over the last several years is so seismic (or yuge) and because the book was on sale, I felt that I had to give it a shot.
by Katy Tur
Dey Street Books
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This very short collection of lectures is a fascinating look at a mid last century argument against, what I believe we now call, postmodernism.
The Abolition of Man
by C.S. Lewis
Lewis argues most vigorously against the attack on reason that a couple authors of a school … Continue Reading ››
A graphic art non-fiction account of the artists visit to Northern Syria / Rojava (Kurds) and first hand account of his impressions on the factions currently at war.
I don't accept the stories as gospel, because there is simply too much … Continue Reading ››
As I lay down on the ground with my 7 and 10 year old boys to read this book I considered the reasons for doing so. This book is not your typical children's book with an upbeat and happy story. This is a story about war, … Continue Reading ››
Is this not-quite-a-direct-sequel just another overly simplistic "Christian" film serving to highlight the Newsboys on stage again - or is there a story worth telling here? The quick answer: Unfortunately, it's more the former.
God's Not Dead 2
The first God's Not Dead was an emotional … Continue Reading ››
BookGateway.com Highlights from the panel on Strong Female Characters: What They Are And What They're Not from Wizard World Comic Con Nashville on 9/26/2015.
Moderator: Jenna Busch is the founder of Legion of Leia and has hosted and written for sites like IGN, AOL, Huffington Post and more. She co-hosted … Continue Reading ››
This is the second novel in a fascinating trilogy that deals with the same events but from different perspectives.
You Can't Sit With Us: An Honest Look at Bullying from the Victim
Mean Girl Makeover
By Nancy Rue
Book 1 of the series, So Not Ok, … Continue Reading ››