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Obama’s America, Dinesh D'Souza, 1970, 978-1-59698-778-4, Hardcover, $27.95

“In this follow-up to his New York Times bestseller, The Roots of Obama’s Rage, Dinesh D’Souza unmasks the real Obama, shows how he is deliberately downsizing America, and reveals what four more years will look like if we re-elect the most dangerous president in American history.”

Obama’s Four Horsemen, David Harsanyi, 2013, 978-1-62157-067-7, Hardcover, $27.95

The apocalypse is here. You can’t hide under your desk once the four horsemen have arrived: Conquest, Famine, War, and Death, in the form of national debt, crippling dependence on government, extremism in the Middle East, and the suffocating grip of the bureaucratic state on every aspect of life. America’s problems were many years in… | read more »

Obamanomics, Timothy P. Carney, 1970, 978-1-59698-612-1, Hardcover, $27.95

Obamanomics dispels the myth that Big Business and Big Government are rivals working with opposite interests, and exposes how major companies work, hand in hand with the government, and then benefit from the windfall profits of sweetheart deals.

Odyssey of a Friend, Whittaker Chambers, 1970, 0-89526-567-2, Hardcover, Paperback, $17.95

This collection of letters, some never before published, offers a rich portrait of the man Arthur Koestler said, ‘knowingly committed moral suicide to atone for the guilt of our generation’

Of Civil Government, John Locke, 1970, , Paperback, $

John Locke’s Second Treatise on Civil Government constitutes one of the cardinal works of English political philosophy. His theories respecting the nature of the state and the manner in which governments can best maintain a balance of power provided a vigorous incentive to American and French revolutionaries of the eighteenth century. Moreover, it was Locke… | read more »

Omar Bradley, Jim Defelice, 2014, 978-1-62157-297-8, Hardcover, Paperback, $

Meticulously researched, using previously untapped documents and unpublished diaries and notes, Omar Bradley reveals why one of history’s most influential and effective generals, was also one of history’s most ignored war heroes.

On the Consolation of Philosophy, Boethius, 1970, 089526885X, Paperback, $$3.95

Witten by Anicius Manlius Severinus Boethius (480-524 A.D.) while in prison awaiting execution, On the Consolation of Philosophy is a dialogue between the author and the personification of Philosophy, treating such topics as the being and nature of God, providence and fate, the origin of the universe, the freedom of the will and the transitoriness… | read more »

Onward Muslim Soldiers, Robert Spencer, 1970, 0-89526-100-6, Hardcover, $27.95

Author Robert Spencer explodes the myth of ‘Islamic tolerance’ and shows how American Muslim groups today are engaged in a huge cover-up about the true meaning of Jihad.

Operation Long Jump, Bill Yenne, 2015, 978-1-62157-346-3, Hardcover, $29.99

In the middle of World War II, Nazi military intelligence discovered a seemingly easy way to win the war for Adolf Hitler. The three heads of the Allied forces—Franklin Roosevelt, Winston Churchill, and Josef Stalin—were planning to meet in Tehran in October, 1943. Under Hitler’s personal direction, the Nazis launched “Operation Long Jump,” an intricate… | read more »

Operation Snow, John Koster, 1970, 978-1-62157-292-3, Hardcover, Paperback, $

In Operation Snow: How a Soviet Mole in FDR’s White House Triggered Pearl Harbor, author and World War II magazine columnist John Koster provides incontestable proof that Russia was a driving force behind Pearl Harbor.

Operation Solo, John Barron, 2014, 978-1-62157-294-7, Paperback, $

Operation Solo is America’s greatest spy story. For 27 years, Morris Childs, code name “Agent 58”, provided the United States with the Kremlin’s innermost secrets.

Opus Dei, Vittorio Messori, 1970, 0-89526-450-1, Hardcover, $29.95

This book details how Escriva, a Spanish priest, came to found Opus Dei and thus began the process of proclaiming the theme of this spirituality–that holiness as well as happiness may be found in the ordinary tasks of life.

Oration on the Dignity of Man, Giovanni Pico della Mirandola, 1999, 978-0-89526-713-9, Paperback, $12.95

An ardent treatise for the Dignity of Man, which elevates Humanism to a truly Christian level, making this writing as pertinent today as it was in the Fifteenth Century.

Originalism, Steven G. Calabresi, 1970, 978-1-59698-050-1, Hardcover, $29.95

Originalism: A Quarter-Century of Debate is a lively and fascinating discussion of an issue that has occupied the greatest legal minds in America, and one that continues to elicit strong reactions from both those who support and those who oppose the rule of law.

Our Good Name, J. Phillip London, 1970, 978-1-59698-539-1, Hardcover, $29.95

Delving into controversial issues of government and media accountability, Dr. London and CACI reveal the untold story behind Abu Ghraib–the story that didn’t make national headlines.

Outrage, Peter Sprigg, 1970, 0-89526-021-2, Hardcover, $24.95

The case against gay marriage and how it threatens our institutions and our core values.