Some notable books passed through our hands at TAS this week and here are some highlights:
Michelle Malkin puts in book form that which she does best: chronicling liberal madness in Unhinged: Exposing Liberals Gone Wild. She flips through their odd conspiracy theories, the racist slurs of which she's a frequent target, and their fantasy of seeing President Bush assassinated. It looks like great red meat nightstand reading.
To burn or not to burn? That question is closely related to conserve or use? The venue: our national parks. The national parks are the area where the federal government got it right. There are certain parts of this country that ought to be conserved especially well. So when we favor development and access over conservation, the parks become a glorified
And I cannot recommend this last book warmly enough. It's sat on my desk for months, begging for the full attention of a review, but the timelier articles and projects pushed it off to manana. No more. Matthew Lickona, a writer for the
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