Category Archives: Book Reviews

Rabbits and Wolves

The Evolutionary Psychology Behind Politics by Anonymous Conservative Federalist Publications, July 17th, 2014 I have had this book recommended to me many times over the last few years and have heard the concepts within brought up on numerous occasions. It was good then … Continue reading

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Something I Aspire To Be

Antifragile by Nassim Nicholas Taleb Random House, November 27th, 2012 It is probably far to to late and completely unnecessary to review this book given that it was released more than four years ago and was popular amongst the audience … Continue reading

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The Correct Guide to Good Living

The Politically Incorrect Guide to Catholicism  by John Zmirak Regnery Pub, September 26th, 2016   I’ve only recently heard of John Zmirak and I believe it was this article that introduced him to me as well as being a review for the … Continue reading

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Free Speech (really) Isn’t Free

 Free Speech Isn’t Free: How 90 Men Stood Up Against the Establishment — And Won by Roosh V June 13th, 2016 Roosh V is an understandably polarising character but not really for the reasons often portrayed in the media. He … Continue reading

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The Cuckservative Betrayal

Cuckservative: How “Conservatives Betrayed America by John Red Eagle and Vox Day Castalia House, December 4th, 2015 If you’re a regular reader of Vox Day’s blog then you’ve kind of read his non-fiction books before they’re published. Vox will post … Continue reading

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No Revolution without Revolutionaries

The Conservative Revolution by Cory Bernardi Connor Court Publishing, November 1st, 2013 While I knew the name, I didn’t really know all that much about Cory Bernardi until an old friend and new leftist brought him up on social media … Continue reading

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