by Jason L. Riley
In Please Stop Helping Us, Jason L. Riley examines how well-intentioned welfare programs are in fact holding black Americans back.
An original and illuminating narrative revealing JFK's lasting influence on America. This stands apart for its rich insight and original perspective. Anyone who reads it will appreciate in new ways the profound impact JFK's short presidency has had on our national psyche.
An experienced, highly successful businessman, Fortune 500 board member, lawyer and former public official explains how a very few individuals could reverse the trends that threaten the very fabric of the United States -- and calls them out by name.
From one of the foremost political and cultural thought leaders of our time, New York Times bestselling author Senator Bill Bradley comes, We Can All Do Better, a game-changing and thought-provoking book about how we can break our present cycle of despair, frustration, and cynicism permeating country, and presents a unique opportunity for American voters to partake in a more participatory form of democracy.
Written in plain language for an educated trade audience, this book takes the political theory of intersectionality -- the most cutting-edge approach to the politics of gender, race, sexual orientation, and class -- and introduces it to the general public for the first time.
A dramatic political thriller from former Senator Bob Graham, infused with inside information and insight into the world of terrorism that he gained as Chair of the Senate Intelligence Committee.
Soon to be the world's largest economy, China is attacking on every front. Understanding the reality of China's assault on America is only the beginning. Leading economists Peter Navarro and Greg Autry offer a complete plan for surviving the global power shift China has already engineered -- and halting the Dragon's onslaught before it's too late.
One in every twenty difficult conflicts ends up grinding to a halt. That's fully 5 percent of not just the diplomatic and political clashes we read about in the newspaper, but disputations and arguments from our everyday lives as well. Once we get pulled into these self-perpetuating conflicts it is nearly impossible to escape. The 5 percent rule us.
Newly Revised and Updated
Updated to reflect on the financial crisis of 2008-09 and the sweeping legislation passed by the Obama administration in its first year, this is an irreverent and candid guide to the federal budget crisis that breaks down into plain English exactly what the Fat Cats in Washington are arguing about.
The credit crunch is affecting every investor and every consumer, every industry and every government program, yet few people truly understand how it happened. Subprime mortgages have been center stage, but behind the scenes a conspiracy of greed among bankers, investors, rating agencies and regulators has imperiled everyone’s financial future.
This book tells how presidents and other prominent figures have shaped public memory of the turbulent 1960s. Over the past quarter century, American liberals and conservatives alike have invoked memories of the 1960s to define their respective ideological positions and to influence voters.
Between 2007 and 2009, Rich Benjamin, a journalist-adventurer, packed his bags and embarked on a 26,909-mile journey throughout the heart of white America, to some of the fastest-growing and whitest locales in our nation.