Category Archive: Book Reviews

Book Review: The New Case Against Immigration


The New Case Against Immigration: Both Legal and Illegal by Mark Krikorian Sentinel Publishers, 2008; 295 pgs, HB; $25.95 Mark Krikorian’s credentials as an advocate for immigration reform are impressive: armed with a master’s degree from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, he has served 15 years as executive director of the Center for …

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Southern Daydreaming


How the South Could Have Won the Civil War: The Fatal Errors That Led to Confederate Defeat  by Bevin Alexander Crown Books (2007); HB, 337 pages, $25.95 The Confederate States of America: What Might Have Been by Roger L. Ransom W.W. Norton & Company (2005); HB, 352 pages; $29.95 Dixie Victorious: An Alternative History of the Civil War …

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My Summer Reading


I’ve been asked to write a bit about what I am reading and plan to take up. Perhaps first I should say something about me and what I have read in the past. I work primarily as a freelance writer now, but spent 30 years in politics – running campaigns, raising money for candidates and …

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Book Review: The Open Borders Network


The Open-Borders Network: How a Web of Ethnic Activists, Journalists, Corporations, Politicians, Lawyers, and Clergy Undermine U.S. Border Security and National Sovereignty By Kevin Lamb Representative Government Press, 2009; pb, 149 pgs, $12.95 Thoreau’s observation is especially true of Kevin Lamb’s “The Open Borders Network.” Pressed between two covers is all one needs to know about …

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Book Review: First the Minutemen, then the Tea Party


Minutemen: The Battle to Secure America’s Borders by Jim Gilchrist and Jerome Corsi World Ahead Publishers, 2006; 375 pages HB, $25.95 For decades, well-funded organizations fought to put the illegal immigration issue on the front burner. Yet, it was Jim Gilchrist and his Minuteman Project that finally put the illegal alien invasion in the headlines of newspapers …

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