Book Review: Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand

Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged is a revolutionary work of political corruption and the philosophy of the human soul. The question that Rand’s magnum opus asks is: What happens when the prime movers of society (investors, inventors, and scientists) go on strike?  This question feeds into Rand’s political ideology, which is best summed up as Continue Reading →

Book Review: A Patriot’s History of the United States by Larry Schweikart and Michael Allen

The modern public school classroom is filled with educators – indoctrinating from anti-American textbooks – who teach children to be ashamed of their country’s history.  The novels and textbooks our teachers are required to propagate from emphasize issues such as slavery, McCarthyism, and expansionist policies, while downplaying, or ignoring altogether, the noble Continue Reading →

Book Review: 1776 by David McCullough

In 1776,  the year of the Declaration of Independence, General George Washington and the newly proclaimed Continental Army fought the British army in a series of mostly one-sided battles.  At the beginning of the war, Washington had his work cut out for him, as he lead an army of unfit and discouraged group Continue Reading →