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The Politically Incorrect Guide to Darwinism and Intelligent Design


Jonathan Wells is a liberator. He unmasks the truth about Darwinism— why it is wrong and what the real evidence is. He also supplies a revealing list of “Books You’re Not Supposed to Read” (as far as the Darwinists are concerned) and puts at your fingertips all the evidence you need to challenge the most closed-minded Darwinist.


The Politically Incorrect Guide to American History

by Thomas E. Woods Jr.

Most Americans trust that their history professors and high school teachers will give students honest and accurate information. The Politically Incorrect Guide to American Historymakes it quite clear that liberal professors have misinformed our children for generations.

Professor Thomas E. Woods, Jr. takes on the most controversial moments of American history and exposes how history books are merely a series of clichés drafted by academics who are heavily biased against God, democracy, patriotism, capitalism and most American family values. 


The Politically Incorrect Guide to Western Civilization

by Anthony Esolen

The Politically Incorrect Guide(TM) to Western Civilization takes on the prevailing liberal assumptions that make Western civilization the universal whipping boy for today’s global problems – and introduces you to the significant events, individuals, nations, ideas, and artistic achievements that make Western civilization the greatest the world has ever known.

Islam for the Politically Incorrect: With a Foreword for Donald Trump

by Khaled Diab

This highly readable and necessarily controversial book tackles all the hot topics relating to Islam uncompromisingly and head on. Whether it is the status of Muslim women, Islamic terrorism, democracy and Islam, or even the clash of civilizations, this book’s thematic chapters take you on an in-depth tour of Islam–its people, politics, history, culture, philosophy and mind-spinning diversity. Written by an atheist Arab of Muslim upbringing, this book is politically incorrect in its purest sense. It seeks to reveal the truth about Islam unencumbered by anti- or pro-Islamic dogma, partisan interests or the growing “us” and “them” dichotomy.


The Politically Incorrect Guide to Global Warming and Environmentalism

by Christopher C. Horner

InThe Politically Incorrect Guide(tm) to Global Warming and Environmentalism, Christopher C. Horner tears the cover off the Left’s manipulation of environmental issues for political purposes–and lays out incontrovertible evidence for the fact that catastrophic man-made global warming is just more Chicken-Little hysteria, not actual science. He explains why, although Al Gore and his cronies among the media elites and UN globalists endlessly bleat that “global warming” is an unprecedented global crisis, they really think of it as a dream come true. It’s the ideal scare campaign for those who hate capitalism and love big government.


The Politically Incorrect Guide to the Sixties  by Jonathan Leaf

Jonathan Leaf reveals the politically incorrect truth about one of the most controversial decades in history–the 1960s. Life was more “square” than “groovy” and Dean Martin was topping the Billboard charts–not Jimmy Hendrix. In this blast from the past, Leaf exposes the lies and busts the myths propagated by the liberal establishment. Did you know:

* The civil rights movement did little to improve the lives of average African Americans?
* Most Americans actively supported the Vietnam War and the draft?
* My Fair Lady was one of the most popular albums during the 1960s? 

The Politically Incorrect Guide to the Founding Fathers   by Brion McClanahan


Brion McClanahan profiles Washington, Adams, Jefferson, Madison, Franklin, and other important Founders; traces the key issues of the day and shows how they dealt with them; and in the process details the Founders’ deep faith, commitment to the cause of independence, impeccable character, and visionary political ideals.


The Politically Incorrect Guide to English and American Literature     by Elizabeth Kantor

What PC English professors don’t want you to know…in Beowulf – If we don’t admire heroes, there’s something wrong with us , in Chaucer: Chivalry has contributed enormously to women’s happiness, in Shakespeare: Some choices are inherently destructive (it’s just built into the nature of things) , in Milton: Our intellectual freedoms are Christian, not anti-Christian, in origin , in Jane Austen: Most men would be improved if they were more patriarchal than they actually are , in Dickens: Reformers can do more harm than the injustices they set out to reform , in T. S. Eliot: Tradition is necessary to culture, in Flannery O’Connor: Even modern American liberals aren’t immune to original sin .


The Politically Incorrect Guide to the Middle East

by Martin Sieff

In this informative, iconoclastic book, veteran foreign correspondent Martin Sieff offers a jaw-dropping survey of the history and politics of a region that people know surprisingly little about, even though it’s continually in the newspapers.

The Politically Incorrect Guide to the Great Depression and the New Deal   by Robert P Murphy

In this timely new P.I. Guide, Murphy reveals the stark truth: free market failure didn’t cause the Great Depression and the New Deal didn’t cure it. Shattering myths and politically correct lies, he tells why World War II didn t help the economy or get us out of the Great Depression; why it took FDR to make the Depression Great; and why Herbert Hoover was more like Obama and less like Bush than the liberal media would have you believe. Free-market believers and capitalists everywhere should have this on their bookshelf and in their briefcases.                             

The Politically Incorrect Guide to the Civil War
by H. W. Crocker III 

Get ready for a rousing rebel yell as best-selling author H. W. Crocker III charges through bunkers and battlefields in The Politically Incorrect Guide to the Civil War. Crocker busts myths and shatters stereotypes as he profiles eminent and colorful military generals, revealing little-known truths, like why Robert E. Lee had a higher regard for African-Americans than Lincoln did. Crocker culminates his tome in the most politically incorrect chapter of all: “What If the South Had Won.” This is the “P.I.” Guide that every Civil War buff and Southern partisan will want on their bookshelf, in their classroom, and under their Christmas tree.

The Politically Incorrect Guide to Science

by Tom Bethell

Bethell writes in a compulsively readable style, and although he provides legitimate insight into the potential benefits of nuclear power and hormesis, some readers will be turned off when he attempts to disprove global warming and especially evolution.

The Politically Incorrect Guide to Real American Heroes    by Brian McClanahan

Brion McClanahan rescues the legendary deeds of the greatest Americans and shows why we ought to venerate heroes like Captain John Smith, adventurer Daniel Boone, General Robert E. Lee and many more. The Politically Incorrect Guide™ to Real American Heroes not only resuscitates America’s forgotten heroes, but sheds light on the Left’s most cherished figures, including Franklin Delano Roosevelt and the Kennedys.


The Politically Incorrect Guide to the Constitution.  by Kevin Gutzman

As Professor Gutzman shows, constitutional law is supposed to apply the Constitution’s plain meaning to prevent judges, presidents, and congresses from overstepping their authority. If we want to return to the founding fathers’ vision of the Republic, if we want the Constitution enforced in the way it was explained to the people at the time of its ratification, then we have to overcome the “received wisdom” about what constitutional law is. The Politically Incorrect Guide to the Constitution is an important step in that direction.


The Politically Incorrect Guide to The South: (And Why It Will Rise Again) 

 by Clint Johnson

Author Clint Johnson shows why the South, with its emphasis on traditional values, family, faith, military service, good manners, small government, and independent-minded people, should certainly rise again!


A Politically Correct Dictionary and Guide by Kevin Donnelly


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