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Sex Trouble: Essays on Radical Feminism and the War Against Human Nature
Sex Trouble: Essays on Radical Feminism and the War Against Human Nature
by Mr. Robert Stacy McCain
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77 of 140 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Almost a Menninist Triumph, March 1, 2015
Robert Stacy McCain is everything a good, old-style Southern gentleman should be--he's fervently white and disgusted with such modern travesties as miscegenation, desegregation, and equality for the unheartlandishly hued and the unbepenised. It is this latter group, uppity unbepenised not-men whom he decries as the enemy in his latest book.

Mr. McCain laments the loss of a time, not long ago, when not-men were the property of patriarchs. They could not own land or conduct financial transactions. They could not go to the police and complain if they were beaten by their husbands. They could not divorce no matter how savagely their men ruled them. It was a golden age for good, old-style Southern gentlemen like Mr. McCain, a perfect world that was cruelly ripped apart by the forces of femunistofascism.

But McCain falls short in explaining how the unbepenised managed their coup. Indeed, he fails to even mention their most devastating assault, the propagation of the twin myths of the female orgasm and the humongous 2.75+ inch manpart. Both of these myths were spread by femunistofascists to drain the righteously bepenised's spirit by making us feel sexually inadequate. Sure, such myths may have have had the unintended positive benefit of driving the invention of modern sporting rifles like the AR-15, but they also destroyed the psyches of good, traditionally minded men. These myths turned us into virtual eunuchs, a generation of chronically flaccid Barbie Fashionistas Ken Dolls.
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Murder at Camp Delta: A Staff Sergeant's Pursuit of the Truth About Guantanamo Bay
Murder at Camp Delta: A Staff Sergeant's Pursuit of the Truth About Guantanamo Bay
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1.0 out of 5 stars He refuses to discuss the threat posed by Gitmo super-villains, January 20, 2015
Sgt Joseph Hickman may have documented the patriotic extra-judicial strangulation executions of a few unheartlandishly-hued abductees, but he fails to discuss the true threat posed by Gitmo detainees, their extraordinary super-villain powers.

Sen Mitch McConnell and Rep Louis Ghomert understand the stakes involved. It's why they refuse to close Gitmo and move such super-villains as UnfortunateTaxiDriverMan and GuyWhoLookedatMyWifeTooLongMan to supermax facilities stateside. God knows what kind of havoc they could raise in the commissary line with such evil super-villain powers as habeas corpus.

Yet, Sgt Hickman refuses to tell that part of the story. Worse yet, he refuses to even discuss such self-evident truths as that freedom can only be saved by shoving cotton down a random foreign guys throat until every blood vessel in his head explodes and his heart stops.

They're the sacrifice we make to preserve freedom.
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And Hell Followed With Her: Crossing the Dark Side of the American Border
And Hell Followed With Her: Crossing the Dark Side of the American Border
by David A. Neiwert
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16 of 19 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Evil draped in a flag will always get a prime spot on cable TV, June 27, 2013
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Once again, David Neiwert examines the dark corners of American conservatism and exposes the evil from which it derives its power. The first chapter, in which a young girl and her father are executed by "patriots," shook me like few other things I've read. From there, he careful tells of the rise of Shawna Forde in the militia movement and the media's complicity in turning her and the movement into American heroes.

One comes away from the book with a better understanding of the hate that drives such movements, and how such evil consumes those who embrace it. We see that in Shawna Forde, who now sits on death row, and in Chris Simcox--the national Minuteman leader who protected and defended her--who was arrested just last week for molesting children (for the second time by my count.)

Few people have spent as many years as Neiwert studying the extreme right, and mo one writes about the it as well as he does. Buy the book, and pick up "Strawberry Days," "In God's Country," and his other books as well. You'll thank me for it.

Apologies to those who came to read one of the General's reviews, his inner Frenchman got the best of him this time.
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Agenda 21 (Agenda 21 Series)
Agenda 21 (Agenda 21 Series)
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324 of 435 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Fiction, Fact, and the 5.56mm Truth, January 16, 2013
This is a work of fiction that could, very well, someday be stocked on the current events shelf in the non-fiction section of your favorite bookstore. Or, at least, that's what the "author," and top reviewers would have you believe.

But is that truly the case? Will the Agenda 21 Enforcers use Obama's UN-based laws to force our future Emmelines to pledge allegiance to spotted owls and snail darters?

Anyone who believes in the power and the importance of the Second Amendment knows such a future is impossible. Armed patriots will stop Obama's tanks, the UN's jet fighters, and the reptilian aliens' vipersturmen when they come to take our guns.

Only the deserving few, those who refuse to purchase firearms, will be eaten during the great molting fests, and among them, only Piers Morgan, George Soros, and perhaps the comedian, Carrot Top, will be mounted by the Imperial Szliardisterg before the Great and Terrible Devouring.

We patriots will be armed, safe, and happy in our gated mobile home communities. We'll be playfully punching each other's arms, drinking Night Train, eating Moon Pie Chocolate Flavor - 24 ct. box, and shooting spouses, goldarned random sumbishes, and scary-looking people, while the Obamunists suffer under the lizard's lash.
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Bad Religion: How We Became a Nation of Heretics
Bad Religion: How We Became a Nation of Heretics
by Ross Gregory Douthat
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208 of 322 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars There And Back Again: Ross Douthat's Adventures Beyond the Shire, April 24, 2012
Reading this book, one quickly comes to the same conclusion Michael Sean Winters came to in his TNR review: "My problem is that he does not seem to have any idea what he is talking about." But, unlike Mr. Winters, I don't think that's necessarily a bad thing. Talking out of one's "cave of shame" can be a good thing as long as one's basic thesis is ideologically correct.

Mr. Douhat is generally correct as he describes modern Catholicism's transition from righteous rigidity to a heretical focus on social justice and equality, and then back again to a more Christ-centered, Torquemadian theology. But, unfortunately, he gets many of the reasons for those transitions, as well as their timing, wrong.

Although Douhat is right about the introduction of such heresies as love, compassion, tolerence and inclusivity corrupting the Catholic Church in the Sixties, he is wrong to identify the genesis of that rot as Vatican II. It began almost decade earlier, on December 7, 1953.

That was the day Allen Ginsberg and Jack Kerouac ran into Dorothy Day and Thomas Merton* and introduced them to jazz. Soon, the beats were dragging the formerly pious pair through the negro streets at dawn looking for an angry fix. That was the beginning of the corruption. Poetry, Coltrane, and, no doubt, a healthy dose of smack, fueled the heretical bus that eventually brought Catholicism the twin evils of social justice and Vatican II.

Merton and Day quickly spread the new beat gospel to priests and nuns like Sister Elizabeth McAlister and the Berrigan brothers. Soon, the Catholic clergy was undermining God's will in Vietnam and opposing their good Southern Baptist brethren in Selma, Birmingham, and Little Rock. By the end of the Seventies, Catholicism had become a synonym for godless tolerance, barbarous compassion, and the idolatry of love.

The Popification of John Paul II in 1978 and the election of Ronald Reagan two years later changed everything. Reagan brought the greatest Straussian Catholic scholars into his administration--Jesuit theologians like Paul Wolfowitz, Richard Perle, John Negraponte, Elliot Abrams, and the aptly named Otto Reich.

The Pope signed Cardinal Joseph Aloisius Ratzinger on as Prefect of the Sacred Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith. Ratzinger was a perfect choice to lead what was once known as The Office of the Holy Inquisition. He had learned to revere order in his youth when he wielded a Rome's #4100 Super Duty Wiener Fork, Chrome Plated Steel as a member of Germany's most prominent Teutonic heritage appreciation organization. Establishing order, good, capitalist, Teutonic order, was what the Cardinal lived for.

Together, the President and the Pope went to war against social justice, defending the god-given right of Central American plutocrats to exploit their human capital with ruthlessly vicious efficiency. Cardinal Ratzinger defrocked those who hindered the plutocracy by preaching liberation theology to the poor. Douthat's Reaganic heroes dealt with those who would not bend to the Cardinal's will. For a few dollars, Major Roberto D'Aubuisson, the Gipper's man in San Salvador, would silence a meddlesome archbishop or a quartet of compassion-mongering nuns.

By the time Cardinal Ratzinger became Pope Benedict XVI, social justice was no longer a threat. The Church had returned to it's more Torquemadian roots. Once again it became the Church that God and Ross Douthat wanted, a righteously despotic institution that enslaves women, persecutes homosexualists, and serves the needs of the Borgias rather than the Bowers.

And that is the ideologically correct truth that wins four stars for Mr Douthat.

*Most Gingrichian, Palinian, and Teabagian scholars agree that Merton served as the basis for Kerouac's Dean Moriarty character in "On the Road."
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Core of Conviction: My Story
Core of Conviction: My Story
by Michele Bachmann
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406 of 466 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Fighting The Tyranny of Tolerance, November 29, 2011
"Core of Conviction" tells the story of one woman's jihad against the tyranny of tolerance. It's not always a pretty story, but then waging holy war against agents of diversity and other belief criminals is never pretty. It's just something that must be done before the Prince of Peace returns to cleanse the world with fire.

"Core of Conviction" is also a love story. It tells the tale of how Rep. Bachmann met her soulmate, Marcus, and how the consummation of that love led to one of her most important pieces of legislation: the "Light Bulb Freedom of Choice Act of 2008."

Rep Bachmann may never achieve the presidency, but by simply running, she's promoting important issues. Someday, as Americans bow their heads in compulsory prayer, they will thank her for preventing the imposition of sharia law. Not-men will also thank her for freeing them from the responsibilities of managing their uteri. And many very excited men--men like Marcus, who are fully committed to the heterosexual lifestyle--will thank her every time they purchase GE 48688 60-Watt A19 Reveal Bulbs, 4-Pack.
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Kids Ghillie Suit Set Woodland Green Camo
Kids Ghillie Suit Set Woodland Green Camo
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32 of 51 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Your Kid is Still Visible, November 28, 2011
I had high hopes for the "Kids Ghillie Suit Set." I mean, hey, it's just like what the Marine snipers use, isn't it?

Unfortunately, it doesn't work. Obama's Child Protective Services thugs spotted Junior the moment they walked into our living room. The ghillie suit provided no camouflage whatsoever. If anything, it drew attention to him.

Consider getting the "Cellblock C Little Shiv-Works" craft kit instead. It comes with everything you need: an authentic prison cafeteria spoon, enough electrical tape to shape a handle to fit any child's hand, and a cinder block sturdy enough to provide months of sharpening fun. It's what saved Junior from that CPS worker. He used the shiv he created to shank her right through her jackboot and make his escape. Now he lives freely in a nice little spidey-hole he dug out behind where we keep Sheila, our militia morale sheep.
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Defense Technology 56895 MK-9 Stream, 1.3% Red Band/1.3% Blue Band Pepper Spray
Defense Technology 56895 MK-9 Stream, 1.3% Red Band/1.3% Blue Band Pepper Spray
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5.0 out of 5 stars Stops 'em From "Going to the Walkers", November 22, 2011
I'm faced with a lot of dangerous situations at the nursing home. I give an order to move from the TV room to the cafeteria for a performance of the Tremonton 2nd Ward Primary Childrens' Chorus and the codgers immediately surround me, leaning threateningly on their walkers. It's a frightening situation to be in, one that always sends me scurrying to the crafts area, seeking the illusory protection of a pair of Fiskars 94917097 No. 5 Blunt Tip Scissors.

That was until I saw Lt. John Pike use this product to defang the threat of sprawling hippies at UC Davis. I immediately purchased a dozen cans. Now, not even the possibility of missing a Matlock rerun can prompt the residents to "go to the walkers."

As for mealtime, grandma no longer menaces me by shaking her mush spoon. Rather, she quickly wolfs her gruel down like a marriage defender getting the most out of a luggage handler, leaving me plenty of time for a long Postum break.

The best thing about this product is that, unlike a cattle prod, it's easy to hide when Uncle Orville's relatives drop in for a visit. No more arguments about what actually constitutes a threat.

Sure, the orange skin stains can be a problem, but that's easily explained away as a sleeping accident in the fingerpainting room.

I recommend it wholeheartedly. Heck, I'm even going to buy stock in the company. Lord knows that after Newt is elected, this product is going to be a godsend to any company faced with potentially violent labor actions launched by our new pre-pubescent workforce.
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Killing Lincoln: The Shocking Assassination that Changed America Forever
Killing Lincoln: The Shocking Assassination that Changed America Forever
by Martin Dugard
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393 of 611 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A History of "Should Have Beens", November 13, 2011
There are many who criticize "Killing Lincoln" as "sloppy history," "a long, rather boring, string of lies," or "an ahistorical vanity project foisted on a passionately credulous fan base by an egomaniacal serial prevaricator." I think it's more than that. It's the culmination of a lifetime of effort on Mr. O'Reilly's part to establish a new kind of truth, a truth based more on what one man believes "should have been" rather than such unreliable things as facts.

Despite it's many errors, I believe it to be one of the greatest historical works of all time. Forget Barbara Tuchman, Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., and Rick Perlstein; "Killing Lincoln" confirms O'Reilly as the greatest historian since Melvin Dummar.

It's all there: the burning of Ford's theater a year later than records indicate, the first confirmation that Lee stood Grant up after surrendering at Appomattox, and the hundreds of other "should have beens" O'Reilly so boldly proclaims within this book.

Unfortunately, I cannot give "Killing Lincoln" five stars. O'Reilly leaves out too many great "should have beens" that would of added immensely to the book. Lincoln would have appeared to be a much greater man had he won two Peabody Awards for journalism and was born in Leavittown.

Additionally, it would have made for much spicier reading had O'Reilly claimed that Abraham "The Factor" Lincoln had "courted" Harriet Beecher Stowe by sending her late night, laudanum-fueled telegraph messages or added chapters on Lincoln's love for 7" Loofa Sponges and Professional Falafel Scoop Scooper tools. That's something all great men do.

And where are the claims that William H. Seward was a filthy communist hippy or that Edwin M. Stanton was secretly allied with Hitler? One has to wonder if the publisher exercised a bit too much editorial control.

Hopefully, Mr. O'Reilly will not allow such criticisms to dissuade him from writing additional histories. Like that other great historian, Baron Karl von Münchhausen, he may not receive the accolades he deserves during his lifetime, but his legacy will be timeless.
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In My Time: A Personal and Political Memoir
In My Time: A Personal and Political Memoir
by Richard B. Cheney
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4.0 out of 5 stars Into the Darkness, August 30, 2011
In the days leading up to the Iraq Phase of Our Glorious and Eternal Crusade to Resubjugate The Brown (GECRB), Leader Cheney sat down with Tim Russert and spoke about our need to embrace the "dark side." This book chronicles His leadership down that sacred path into darkness, His battle and ultimate triumph over the forces of light, and His emergence as America's Dark Lord.

It wasn't an easy journey. His enemies were quick to attack each new initiative, characterizing His insatiable appetite for torture and assassination as unconscionably evil and blaming His penchant for face shooting on an inability to resist the bottle.

What His critics fail to understand is that these dark acts gave Lord Cheney the tools He needed to execute His glorious global vision.

While torture seldom provided intelligence, it gave Lord Cheney something even more important: stories to tell when peddling His policy initiatives. It did not matter that the tortured invented what the torturers wanted in order to avoid further pain. Truth was not the objective. It was the "proof," true or not, that mattered to our Dark Lord.

Assassination worked the same way. Summary execution bypasses the inherent risks of judicial involvement. A dead man can be assigned any number of actions and motives. Courts of law are too concerned with facts to be useful.

As for face shooting. You can't blame a Dark Lord for wanting to have a little fun.

Unfortunately, I can't give Lord Cheney's book a full 5 stars. He fails to adequately provide the reader with the sense of joy He obviously derives from pain, turmoil, and murder. There are no tales of bathing in his enemies' blood or feasting on their hearts or livers.

Still, this book will shape the history of our time. Lord Cheney will be remembered as a strong leader like Somoza, Amin, Mussolini, and other men who weren't afraid to embrace the dark side in the pursuit of their vision.
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