Previous Book of the Month Selections for 2022

January Book of the Month: The Real Anthony Fauci by Dr. Robert F. Kennedy Jr.

February Book of the Month: Black Eye for America: How Critical Race Theory is Burning Down the House by Carol M. Swain PhD and Christopher J. Schorr PhDDr. Carol SwainDr. Swain

March Reading: Censoring and Propaganda in the US

The SmithMundt Modernization Act of 2012 and the legalization of propaganda programs by the government

Democracy Matters Strategic Plan for Action: The planned destruction of all conservative values by any means

The Book of Political Lists by the Editors of GEORGE Magazine

April Reading: The Breakdown of Higher Education: How it Happened, the Damage it Does, & What Can Be Done by John M. Ellis A MUST READ IF YOU PLAN TO SEND YOUR KIDS TO COLLEGE

May Reading: January 6 by Julie Kelly

June/July Readings: The Courage to Face Covid-19: Preventing Hospitalization and Death, While Battling the Bio-Pharmaceutical Complex by John Leake and Dr. Peter A. McCullough, MD, MPH 

More Guns, Less Crime by John R Lott, Jr.

The Bodies of Others by Dr. Naomi Wolf

Created Equal Clarence Thomas in His Own Words by Eds. Michael Pack & Mark Paoletta

Kids Book: The Plot Against The King by Kash Patel

Brave Books - More Kids books

Fall Reading:

The College Scam Author Charlie Kirk

The Lords of Easy Money Author Christopher Leonard

The Laptop From Hell Author Miranda Devine



Stanford Scholars expand digital database with historic records from the Nuremberg Trials on the 75th anniversary of the close of the trials which convicted and sentenced Nazi Leaders for their crimes against humanity during the Holocaust and WWII. These are now available for public viewing at:

International Military Tribunals at Nuremberg 1945-1946

David Cohen, the Director of the Stanford Center for Human Rights and International Justice said, "It helps people understand the human consequences of the things that are going on today and to understand the human dimension of what these kinds of events mean."

What this means today