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This Was CNN: How Sex, Lies, and Spies Undid the World’s Worst News Network

Publication Date: 12/13/2022

A CNN insider reveals what he saw behind the scenes at the cable news giant and the investigation that revealed even more shocking secrets. Cary Poarch started working at CNN in the summer of 2017 as a die-hard Bernie Sanders supporter. But on his first location shoot during the Charlottesville…

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The American Imperative: Reclaiming Global Leadership through Soft Power

Publication Date: 12/13/2022

It’s time for America to get back in the international leadership game. What should our global strategy look like in an age of renewed great power competition? And what must America offer to a newly empowered developing world when we’re no longer the only major player? In The American Imperative,…

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The Fall of the FBI: How a Once Great Agency Became a Threat to Democracy

Publication Date: 12/06/2022

An FBI veteran explains how the Mueller–Comey cabal turned the FBI from a “swear to tell the truth” law-enforcement agency to a politicized intelligence organization. Americans have lost faith in the Federal Bureau of Investigation, an institution they once regarded as the world’s greatest law-enforcement agency. Thomas Baker spent many…

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The Envoy: Mastering the Art of Diplomacy with Trump and the World

Publication Date: 10/25/2022

This is a behind-the-scenes look at Trump, his cabinet, and an international diplomacy you’ve never seen before—written by someone with no scores to settle, no hidden agenda, no check to cash, and no fucks to give. If you’ve heard of Gordon Sondland, it’s likely for one of the following two…

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Against The Great Reset: Eighteen Theses Contra the New World Order

Publication Date: 10/18/2022

Much more than a collection of essays by eminent writers, Against the Great Reset is intended to kick off the intellectual resistance to the sweeping restructuring of the western world by globalist elites. In June 2020, prominent business and political leaders gathered for the 50th annual meeting of the World Economic Forum…

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The Secret Apparatus: The Muslim Brotherhood’s Industry of Death

Publication Date: 09/27/2022

The Muslim Brotherhood’s “Secret Apparatus” is a clandestine incubator for Islamic terrorism, and it exports its “industry of death” to destroy the world through infiltration, disinformation, and jihad. The world’s most dangerous terrorist group is not hiding in the caves of the Hindu Kush or in the Saharan wilderness—it operates…

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When AI Rules the World: China, the U.S., and the Race to Control a Smart Planet

Publication Date: 09/20/2022

As China rises to true superpower status, the United States must take immediate action to catch up in AI capabilities—or facefall disastrously behind technologically, economically, and militarily. Over the past decade, China has quietly and methodically moved into a near-leadership position in artificial intelligence technologies on a global scale. Meanwhile,…

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That Joke Isn’t Funny Anymore: On the Death and Rebirth of Comedy

Publication Date: 09/06/2022

The Woke are killing comedy—and that makes being a comedian today better than ever! The Woke—that humorless, joyless, shame-inducing virus—are killing comedy…and that is great for comedians! So argues award-winning comedian Lou Perez in his hilarious and provocative book debut, That Joke Isn’t Funny Anymore. Through the lens of comedy,…

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Why Johnny Still Can’t Read or Write or Understand Math: And What We Can Do About It

Publication Date: 08/23/2022

The current school system churns out millions of illiterates and mental zombies—but here’s how we’re going to fix it, starting today. “Stephen King? A piker: no horror story is as harrowing as Andrew Bernstein’s must-read Why Johnny Still Can’t Read or Write or Understand Math. Bernstein tears the genteel cover off…

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Cinder Girl: Growing Up on America’s Fringe

Publication Date: 08/09/2022

Cinder Girl sits in the rarest class of memoir--a towering literary triumph which melds searing and tragic personal history with an incredible story of resilience, hope, and civic success. Growing up on welfare, food stamps, and Greyhound buses, Holly Thompson Rehder quit school at fifteen to help take care of…

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