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An Iraqi view of how the U.S. won the war -- and lost the peace.
John Lott rebuts a lot of half-baked theories.
They terrorized Spain, to an extent still not fully understood or faced.
Would the world be a better place without us?
Michael Burleigh's magisterial study of the clash of religion and politics over the last century.
Jessica Mitford was a most delightful observer of the American way of life and death.
An interview with Gerald Russello, author and editor of the Kirkean University Bookman.
His new book opposing theism stacks the deck against the faithful.
Misunderstood and belittled, he was in fact a great, generous, and self-less American.
Shortly after the Twin Towers fell, U.S. intelligence outed an insidious mole. Here's her story.