Category: Book Reviews

Social Justice Warrior Handbook by Lisa De Pasquale (Book Review)

Social Justice Warrior Handbook by Lisa De Pasquale (Book Review)

In July, I wrote about how we need to support more artists who lean to the right politically. Culture may be downstream from politics as Andrew Breitbart stated, but politics is also greatly influenced by culture.  The intimate relationship between liberal Hollywood and liberal DC politics has been clear for decades. Using artists as media and cultural influencers has been...Read More
Sallust: Impressive New Translation from Quintus Curtius

Sallust: Impressive New Translation from Quintus Curtius

Quintus Curtius is one of my favorite writers. Part of this has to do with who he is as a person. He is one of the last, true Rennaissance Men of modern day. A former marine officer, who then became a lawyer who is also a painter, writer and translator, Quintus Curtius shares his views on discipline, honor, art, politics,...Read More
Three Reasons You Need to Listen to the Audible Version of Free Women, Free Men by Camille Paglia

Three Reasons You Need to Listen to the Audible Version of Free Women, Free Men by Camille Paglia

  I’ve been a fan of Camille Paglia since the summer of 1997 when I sat in the un-air conditioned spare bedroom of my grandmother’s house reading Sexual Personae and wondering at her bold, smart and vibrant tone. The ideas she wrote about were new to me and while I enjoyed the book in my early twenties I can’t say...Read More
Book Review: The Pussy, by Delicious Tacos

Book Review: The Pussy, by Delicious Tacos

Tl:dr This book, The Pussy, is beautiful, stark and hilarious.  If you like Junky by William S. Burroughs; Rum Diary by Hunter S. Thompson, Crime and Punishment by Dostoevsky,  thrill rides, dark humor and aren't easily offended, you should buy it and read it. What is it about. The Pussy, by Delicious Tacos is a collection of stream of consciousness diaries, short...Read More
Go Forth: A Journey South by Goldmund (Book Review)

Go Forth: A Journey South by Goldmund (Book Review)

Go Forth: A Journey South by Goldmund is a quick and dirty book about his travels to Oaxaca Mexico to "see the beautiful sights and enjoy the beautiful women." His trip, and the book, do not disappoint as he achieves both. Goldmund's narrative style is simple and straightforward with impeccable timing when highlighting the irony in female behavior.  His style...Read More
Free Speech Isn’t Free by Roosh V: Book Review

Free Speech Isn’t Free by Roosh V: Book Review

Roosh Valizedah's latest book "Free Speech Isn't Free"is the story of Roosh's worldwide speaking tour in the summer of 2015. As a writer for many years, Roosh has built up a significant following. He started his writing career writing books on how to attract, approach, engage and seduce women in various countries. His "Bang" series was successful with men who,...Read More