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Back in Action, Captain David Rozelle, 1970, 0-89526-041-7, Hardcover, $27.95

An inspiring story of a soldier dedicated to his troops and his country, who became the first amputee to return to active duty in Iraq!

Backfire, Bob Zelnick, 1970, 0-89526-455-2, Hardcover, $27.50

Zelnick traces how affirmative action was first sold as a short-term program designed to expand employer awareness of qualified minority job applicants, but has become a coercive network of racist laws, quotas, and entitlement programs.

Backstage at the Lincoln Assassination, Thomas A. Bogar, 2013, 978-1-62157-320-3, Hardcover, Paperback, $

April 14, 1865. A famous actor pulls a trigger in the presidential balcony, leaps to the stage and escapes, as the president lies fatally wounded. In the panic that follows, forty-six terrified people scatter in and around Ford’s Theater as soldiers take up stations by the doors and the audience surges into the streets chanting,… | read more »

Bad News, Russ Braley, 1970, 089526627X, Hardcover, $$22.50

The New York Times is the most enterprising American newspaper in the field of foreign policy. It maintains more foreign correspondents–at enormous expense–and publishes more foreign news than any other American news organization. This combined with its location in New York, the major headquarters of the two major wire services and the three television networks,… | read more »

Bankrupt, David Limbaugh, 1970, 0-59698-017-6, Hardcover, $27.95

The intellectual and moral bankruptcy of the Democratic Party, by a lawyer and syndicated columnist.

Beating Obamacare, Betsy McCaughey, 2013, 978-1-62157-079-0, Paperback, $$14.95

The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act has been a political football for years now, but as its provisions start going into effect, there’s still precious little information available on how it will impact you, your family, and your pocketbook. This 2,572 page document, nearly unreadable, will change your health care, your family budget, and… | read more »

Beating Obamacare 2014, Betsy McCaughey, 2014, 1621572420, Paperback, $16.95

For media inquiries, please contact Patricia Jackson at or 202-677-4478. New Edition Fully Updated for 2014! INSIDE: A twenty-page sample bill showing what genuine health reform would look like title by title! Beating Obamacare 2014 by Betsy McCaughey, Ph.D. is the straightforward, practical guide to navigating Obamacare that every individual and family needs to own.… | read more »

Beau Geste, P.C. Wren, 1999, 978-0-89526-380-3, Paperback, $12.95

The preeminent adventure novel of the French Foreign Legion. Three noble English brothers battle a sadistic sergeant, fight violent desert tribes in North Africa, and unravel the mystery of a stolen jewel. Beau Geste has been filmed three times (not including Marty Feldman’t The Last Remake of Beau Geste in 1977): first in 1926 with… | read more »

Behind Enemy Lines, Mickey Edwards, 1970, 0-89526-621-0, Hardcover, $

Behind Enemy Lines is Mickey Edwards’ own story of his though uphill fight to assert conservative values as a freshman congressman and his battle to define the issues as a member of the Republican minority literally “behind enemy lines.” Behind Enemy Lines is also the story of his personal struggle against the entrenched forces of… | read more »

Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ, Lew Wallace, 1999, 978-0-89526-416-9, Paperback, $14.95

In this classic novel, the Roman Jew Ben-Hur is sent to the galleys as punishment for refusing to assist in the destruction of the Jewish people. On the way, Christ gives him water to drink. Later he meets the Savior again–on Christ’s path to Calvary. A beautiful and thrilling tale of heroism and conversion, Ben-Hur… | read more »

Betrayal, Bill Gertz, 1970, 0-89526-317-3, Hardcover, $27.95

Gertz tells the alarming story of how the Clinton administration has weakened our military and jeopardized our national security.

Between the Alps and a Hard Place, Angelo Codevilla, 2000, 0-89526-353-X, Hardcover, $27.95

What role did the Swiss government play and what are the implications of neutrality during wartime? What really happened to the billions of dollars worth of gold seized by Nazi Germany? Angelo Codevilla addresses these questions, and applies the lessons learned from WW II to the broader issue of companies-and countries-profiting during wartime.

Beyond Good and Evil, Friedrich Nietzsche, 1970, 0-89526-920-1, Paperback, $$3.95

In Beyond Good and Evil Nietzche asserts that humanity is at the end of a long experiment with morality. We have defined and refined out ideas of good and evil for so long, he says, that they are worn out. They slip through our fingers and have a disconcerting way of turning into their opposites… | read more »

Bias, Bernard Goldberg, 1970, 0-89526-190-1, Hardcover, $27.95

Goldberg takes you behind the cameras to witness scenes of jaw-dropping arrogance and ‘spin-cycle’ journalism.

Bias in the Booth, Dylan Gwinn, 2015, 978-1621573319, Hardcover, $27.99

America is a sports nation. Monday Night Football, March Madness, Opening Day—the tradition of sports-watching has become as treasured an American past-time as the tradition of playing sports. But has sports media become infected by the same political correctness that has taken over the rest of the media? In Bias in the Booth, sports radio host… | read more »

Black Belt Patriotism, Chuck Norris, 1970, 978-1-59698-558-2, Hardcover, $26.95

In the New York Times bestseller Black Belt Patriotism, Chuck Norris–martial arts master, actor, and concerned citizen–explores the dangers that are threatening our country and the solutions we need to strengthen our nation and reawaken the American dream.

Blood Feud: The Clintons vs. the Obamas, Edward Klein, 2014, 978-1-62157-313-5, Hardcover, $

Blood Feud is the #1 New York Times bestselling follow-up to The Amateur. Edward Klein delves into the rocky relationship between the Obamas and the Clintons.

Blue Collar Conservatives, Rick Santorum, 2014, 978-1621572398, Hardcover, $27.99

Get Your Free Chapter Now! Please sign me up for a FREE chapter from Rick Santorum’s Blue Collar Conservatives! About the Book: Once upon a time, Ronald Reagan was a Republican leader so charismatic he won over an entire segment of “Reagan Democrats.” Today, the Republican party can barely muster its own base. Former Republican… | read more »

Blue’s Bastards, Randy Herrod, 1989, 0-89526-549-4, Hardcover, $17.95

Seventeen-year-old Marine, Randy Herrod fought in Oliver North’s platoon in Vietnam known as “Blue Bastards” and tells his story of how he saved North’s life, only to have the favor returned when he faced a death sentence in the United States.

Bowing to Beijing, Brett M. Decker, William Triplett, II, 1970, 978-1-59698-289-5, Hardcover, $27.95

In Bowing to Beijing, Brett M. Decker and Bill Triplett cut through the fog of soothing, pro-China propaganda to reveal the disturbing truth: far from the gradually reforming “partner” portrayed by its many American apologists, China is an aggressive and rapidly militarizing criminal state feverishly striving to displace America as the world’s preeminent power.

Boy Clinton, R. Emmett Tyrrell, Jr., 1970, 0-89526-405-6, Paperback, $14.95

Tyrrell draws all the known facts about Clinton–plus many never before revealed–into the most comprehensive and illuminating biography ever written about a sitting U.S. president.

Boys Should Be Boys, Meg Meeker, M.D., 1970, 978-1-59698-057-0, Hardcover, $24.95

In Boys Should Be Boys, Meg Meeker, pediatrician and author of the critically acclaimed Strong Fathers, Strong Daughters, unlocks the secrets of what parents can do to restore some of the magic of boyhood and help their son become the man they want him to be.

Brain, Mind and Computers, Stanley L. Jaki, 1970, 0-89526-907-4, Paperback, $$5.95

In an age when computers are making ever greater inroads into out everyday lives, well may we ask: Do computers have intelligence? Are they living? have free will? exercise moral judgement? Dr. Stanley L. Jaki, historian and philosopher of science, deals with these and related questions in Brain, Mind and Computers, a thoroughly documented rebuttal… | read more »

Break of Noon, Paul Claudel, 1970, , Paperback, $$1.95

When Paul Claudel died in Paris at the age of eighty-seven, on February 23, 1955, it was recognized that the era in French letters dominated by the great “masters”–Proust, Valery, Gide and their fellows–had come to an end. Claudel, more than any of his contemporaries, had to wait a long time for his acceptance. Before… | read more »

Breakdown, Bill Gertz, 1970, 0-89526-178-0, Hardcover, $27.95

Extensive material on how Clinton administration mismanagement of both our military and our intelligence agencies made us sitting ducks for this kind of attack.

Breaking the Rules of Aging, David A. Lipschitz M.D., Ph.D., 1970, 0-89526-121-9, Hardcover, Paperback, $24.95

There is no one better than Dr. David, one of the country’s premier experts on aging and nutrition, to set us straight on the real rules of aging and pave the way toward a joyful ‘second half’.

Breakout, Newt Gingrich, 2013, 978-1-62157-021-9, Hardcover, $27.95

Bestselling author Newt Gingrich proposes a bold vision of the future: America is on the cusp of a renaissance, a new birth of technological and scientific innovation that will dramatically transform the prosperity and quality of life of every American. Our biggest enemy? Special interest groups, powerful lobbyists, and government bureaucrats who are determined to… | read more »

Brigham Young, Ed Breslin, 2013, 978-1-62157-040-0, Hardcover, $24.95

He was a carpenter. A visionary. A governor. A prophet. A pioneer. A preacher. A businessman. A temple-builder. Brigham Young loomed large in a tumultuous time. He helped found the state of Utah in the era of American Manifest Destiny. He rallied thousands around Mormonism, a new faith with powerful detractors who tried to stamp… | read more »

Brighter Baby, Brenda Adderly, Dr. Jay Gordon, 1970, 0-89526-393-9, Hardcover, $19.95

One of America’s leading pediatricians demonstrates how therapeutic baby massage–long known for its ability to improve bonding between parent and child–actually increases your baby’s IQ and measurably improves his or her physical health.

Brighter than the Baghdad Sun, Dan McGrory, Shyam Bhatia, 1970, 0-89526-251-7, Hardcover, $27.95

Using sensitive documents and insider sources-many of whom spoke at the risk of their lives-investigative reporters Shyam Bhatia and Dan McGrory pull back the veil on the Iraqi nuclear threat.

Bulldog Drummond, Henry Cyril "Sapper" McNeile, 1999, 978-0-89526-330-8, Paperback, $14.95

Hugh “Bulldog” Drummond, a British infantry officer in the first World War, finds postwar life as a civilian “incredibly tedious.” So he places a classified ad in the newspaper offering his services to anyone who can promise him adventure. A beautiful young lady answers his as with the story of two criminal masterminds blackmailing her… | read more »

Bully! The Life and Times of Theodore Roosevelt, Rick Marschall, 1970, 978-1-59698-154-6, Hardcover, $32.00

In a spectacular combination of riveting text and 250+ political cartoons, Rick Marschall tells TR’s story like never before.

Bust Hell Wide Open, Smauel Mitcham, 2016, 978-1-62157-593-1, Hardcover, $29.99

At fourteen he became the head of his impoverished family, responsible for feeding eleven on the rough American frontier. By thirty-nine he had established himself as a successful plantation owner worth over $1 million. And at forty years old, Nathan Bedford Forrest enlisted in a Tennessee cavalry regiment—and became a controversial Civil War legend. The… | read more »