Monthly Archives: March 2012

Dial 911 And Die by Richard W. Stevens

WHEN SECONDS COUNT, HELP IS ONLY MINUTES AWAY! Dial 911 And Die by Richard W. Stevens is actually a very dry read however one I highly recommend. In all the debate that surrounds firearms and the 2nd Amendment I find … Continue reading

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American Sniper by Chris Kyle with Scott McEwen and Jim DeFelice

American Sniper is the autobiography of Chris Kyle who is the Navy Seal Sniper with the most confirmed kills in military history. Like most books of this genre, it’s written for mass appeal in “good ole boy” language at a … Continue reading

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The Case For Polarized Politics, Why America Needs Social Conservatism by Jeffrey Bell

  The Case For Polarized Politics by Jeffrey Bell is a thought provoking book for those of you that are paying attention to what is going on in the world. However, if you are one of those that rarely reads … Continue reading

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One Second After by William R. Forstchen

One Second After by William R. Forstchen It’s rare that I read or recommend fictional works any more. Not because I have anything against them. It’s just that I have so much juicy non-fiction work I’m dying to get to, … Continue reading

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