Recommended Reading

Listed below are books written by prominent and insightful conservative women who many college and university Women's Studies departments omit from their curriculum. Order some of the books below to support CBLPI and arm yourself with the knowledge that a woman doesn't have to be a liberal or radical feminist in order to have a successful and fulfilling life.

Backlash

Deneen Borelli

How Obama and the Left are Driving Americans to the Government Plantation

This country is at a crossroads. We can either reverse direction or nosedive into a cycle of dependency that is turning America into a welfare nation—a “government plantation” where the underclass are doomed to 21st-century servitude. Now, Deneen Borelli, one of the most visible and outspoken black conservatives in the country, is fighting back—taking action, not just talking—and speaking up for those who can’t or are too afraid to do so.
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The Devil We Don't Know

Nonie Darwish

The Dark Side of Revolutions in the Middle East

The recent powerful wave of Middle East uprisings has fueled both hope and trepidation in the region and around the world as the ultimate fate—and fallout—of the Arab Spring continue to hang in the balance. Born and raised as a Muslim in Egypt and now living in the United States, Nonie Darwish brings an informed perspective to this carefully considered assessment of the potential outcome of the revolutions in the Middle East. This thought-provoking book will add to the ongoing debate on what the future holds for the people and the politics of the region and on the ultimate compatibility of freedom and democracy in the Muslim world.
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Cruel & Unusual Punishment

Nonie Darwish

The Terrifying Global Implications of Islanic Law

Nonie Darwish lived for thirty years in a majority Muslim nation. Everything about her life—family, sexuality, hygiene, business, banking, contracts, economics, politics, social issues, everything—was dictated by the Islamic law code known as Sharia.

But Sharia isn't staying in majority Muslim nations. Darwish now lives in the West and brings a warning: the goal of radical Islam is to bring Sharia law to your country....
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Bay and Her Boys

Bay Buchanan

the Unexpected Lessons I Learned as a Single Mom

Twenty-three years ago, Bay Buchanan was thrown--or as she says, dumped--into the world of single parenting. It wasn’t a popular time to be raising kids solo, especially as a rising star in the conservative movement. But she quickly realized she needed to overcome the hurt and confusion and focus on giving her all to her children. Bay and Her Boys is a compelling story that takes the reader on a candid trip into the world of single working motherhood. For the first time, Buchanan writes of her experiences--mistakes she made and rules that worked--in the hopes of encouraging mothers to make success at home their first priority in life. Buchanan also wants to change the national dialogue about single moms with a shot across the bow of both conservatives and liberals. This book is the first step by a prominent conservative to be there for all mothers: standing with them, inspiring them, and arming them with tools that will help their kids succeed in life.
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Fast and Furious: Barack Obama's Bloodiest Scandal and Its Shameless Cover-Up

Katie Pavlich

Regnery Publishing

200 and rising. That's the death tally for the Obama administration's "Operation Fast & Furious." The program was supposedly designed to "win the drug war" by deliberately walking more than 2,000 guns across the border to Mexico. But instead of catching drug lords, Fast & Furious armed the very king pins it was supposed to trap. Despite the protests of gun store owners and ATF whistleblowers, federal agents deliberately violated federal law—and common sense—and wound up placing American weapons into the hands of Mexico's most violent criminals. And when the guns started showing up at crime scenes—including the murder scene of a U.S. border patrol agent—the coverup began.
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Outnumbered: Chronicles of a Manhattan Conservative

Jedediah Bila

Known for her “call-it-like-you-see-it” television, radio, and print commentary, Jedediah kicks it up a notch with OUTNUMBERED. Complete with unforgettable encounters, musings, and personal stories, OUTNUMBERED exposes the true face of the Left through comings and goings in liberal Manhattan. Get ready for an unconventional journey that reminds us of the truths one can discover through everyday life.
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Liberals

Like Father, Like Daughter: How Father Shapes the Woman His Daughter Becomes

Suzanne Fields

Hundreds of women, from all 50 states, have talked to Suzanne Fields about their innermost thoughts of the man all women have in common -- a father. Guardedly, fathers have talked about their daughters. The result is this remarkable book about the unexpected ways that women live out the adage like father, like daughter.
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Feminism
Women's Studies

Save the Males

Kathleen Parker

Why Men Matter, Why Women Should Care

Tell a woman we need to save the males and she'll give you the name of her shrink. But cultural provocateur Kathleen Parker, who was raised by her father and who mothered a pack of boys, makes a humorous case for rescuing the allegedly stronger sex from trends that portend man's cultural demise.

Save the Males is a shrewd, amusing, and sure-to-be-controversial look at how men, maleness, and fatherhood have been under siege in American culture for decades. Kathleen Parker argues that the feminist movement veered off course from it's original aim of helping women achieve equality and ended up making enemies of men. With piercing wit, this nationally syndicated columnist shows us how the pendulum has swung from the reasonable middle to a place where men have been ridiculed in the public square and the importance of fatherhood has been diminished - all to the detriment of women, who ultimately suffer most. The real losers, should we continue on our present course, are not just grown men and women but our children. Young people involuntarily drafted into the squabbles of their parents' generation and raised in a climate of sexual hostility - also known as the "hookup culture" - “may be fluent in porn, but their vocabulary is painfully limited when it comes to relationships.

While Parker gleefully skewers the silly side of the human experiment–like men in dresses and sperm shopping–she offers sobering statistics on the impact of the anti-male culture on the institution of the family and on relationships.

Exploring our burgeoning "slut culture" and the vividly narcissistic prevalence of vagina worship, Save the Males softens no edges. Parker tackles some of the more taboo subjects in today's sexual politics and culture wars with perceptive analysis and a stinging sense of humor that will have America talkingâ “and chuckling“ about saving the males.
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Feminism vs. Women

Ashley Herzog

Is feminism a movement that aims to promote the interests of all women? Their actions over the last few decades, from the women's studies departments of academia to the halls of Congress, indicate that the answer is "no."

In practice, the modern feminist movement is not a movement to promote freedom and equality for all women, no matter what their social, political, or religious beliefs may be. It operates as a rigid ideology dictating what women should think and how they should live.

Although they might claim to speak for all women, many feminists have absolutely no interest in advocating for the majority of them. Instead, they aim to mold all women into loyal, obedient liberals who tow the establishment line. For all their caterwauling about "choice" and "women's rights," feminists fail to respect women's most important right of all: the right to think and act for ourselves.

Ashley Herzog is a student at Ohio University, studying journalism. Her columns have appeared in the Cleveland Plain Dealer, the Houston Chronicle, the American-Statesman, the Washington Times, Townhall.com and WorldNetDaily.com. In the fall of 2007, Ashley worked at the Clare Boothe Luce Policy Institute, a conservative women's group based in Washington, DC. When not at school, Ashley lives in Avon Lake, Ohio.
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Now They Call Me Infidel

Nonie Darwish

Why I Renounced Jihad for America, Israel, and the War on Terror

Why are so many Muslims embracing jihad and cheering for al-Qaeda and Hamas? Why are even the modern, secularized Arab states such as Egypt producing a generation of angry young extremists?

Nonie Darwish knows why. When she was eight, her father died while leading Fedayeen raids into Israel. Her family moved from Gaza back to Cairo, where they were honored as survivors of a "shahid"-a martyr for jihad. She grew up learning the same lessons as millions of Muslim children: to hate Jews, destroy Israel, oppose America, and submit to dictatorship.

But Darwish became increasingly appalled by the anger and hatred in her culture, and in 1978 she emigrated to America. Since 9/11 she has been lecturing and writing on behalf of moderate Arabs and Arab-Americans. Extremists have denounced her as an infidel and threatened her life.

In this fascinating book, she speaks out against the dark side of her native culture-women abused by Islamic traditions; the poor and uneducated mistreated by the elites; bribery and corruption as a way of life. Her former friends and neighbors blamed all the their troubles on Jews and Americans, but Darwish rejects their bigotry and calls for the Arab world to make peace with the West.

The only hope for the future, she writes, is for America to continue waging its War on Terror, seeding the Middle East with the values of democracy, respect for women, and tolerance for all religions.
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What Women Really Want

Kellyanne Conway

How American Women Are Quietly Erasing Political, Racial, Class, and Religious Lines to Change the Way We Live

By Kellyanne Conway and Celinda Lake

Book Description: Women are the most powerful force reshaping the future of America. Stronger than political parties, mightier than religious differences, able to leap cultural schisms in a single bound, women are quietly exerting a unified power to make changes in our culture and in commerce, meeting in the middle to achieve their goals. But they're not using traditional means such as getting together and voting or banging on closed doors to demand equal access.

In virtually every arena where American women are causing a sea change, they are bypassing the traditional settings that ignore their needs and are creating parallel circuits, which, in turn, then affect the old standards. Across political, religious, racial, and class differences, this new, vital, female center is heralding the most significant change in American culture in the past century.
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Holding Her Head High

Janine Turner

Inspiration from 12 Single Mothers Who Championed Their Children and Changed History

Single moms are not just a product of our modern culture. There have been single mothers throughout history, women who have raised not only their children but also nations with a higher vision for life. Holding Her Head High recounts stories of twelve such women from the third to the twenty-first centuries, women who found ways to twist their fates to represent God's destiny for their lives.

These uniquely powerful, brave women, within the scope of their own world and times, are like the ninety-nine percent of single mothers today who never intended to carry that distinction. They are abandoned, widowed, or divorced, all carrying wounds, yet they also all found ways to exhibit courage, kindness, dignity, and faith to heal themselves by healing others.

Actress Janine Turner, herself a single mother, describes the social implications for women and children from the Roman Empire through the Middle Ages to Pioneer days, including a single mother of slavery. Stories from women like Rachel Lavein Fawcett, abandoned single mother of Alexander Hamilton; Abagail Adams, a wartime widow; Harriet Jacobs, an unwed mother of slavery whose autobiography was published the year the Civil War began; and widowed Belva Lockwood, the first woman to officially run for President, all carrying wounds but all offering insight, wisdom, and encouragement. Lessons include:

Listen for God's higher calling
Hold your head high
Dare to dream
Champion your children
Heal with humor
Don't Give Up Before the Miracle

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Family

Liberal Fascism

Jonah Goldberg

The Secret History of the American Left, From Mussolini to the Politics of Meaning

From Publishers Weekly In this provocative and well-researched book, Goldberg probes modern liberalism's spooky origins in early 20th-century fascist politics.

With chapter titles such as "Adolf Hitler: Man of the Left" and "Brave New Village: Hillary Clinton and the Meaning of Liberal Fascism," Goldberg argues that fascism has always been a phenomenon of the left.

This is Goldberg's first book, and he wisely curbs his wry National Review style. Goldberg's study of the conceptual overlap between fascism and ideas emanating from the environmental movement, Hollywood, the Democratic Party and what he calls other left-wing organs is shocking and hilarious. He lays low such lights of liberal history as Margaret Sanger, apparently a radical eugenicist, and JFK, whose cult of personality, according to Goldberg, reeks of fascist political theater.

Much of this will be music to conservatives' ears, but other readers may be stopped cold by the parallels Goldberg draws between Nazi Germany and the New Deal. The book's tone suffers as it oscillates between revisionist historical analyses and the application of fascist themes to American popular culture; nonetheless, the controversial arc Goldberg draws from Mussolini to The Matrix is well-researched, seriously argued-and funny. (Jan. 8 2008)
Copyright © Reed Business Information, a division of Reed Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.
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Liberals

What's So Great About Christianity

Dinesh D'Souza

Is Christianity obsolete? Can an intelligent, educated person really believe the Bible? Or do the atheists have it right? Has Christianity been disproven by science, debunked as a force for good, and discredited as a guide to morality?

Bestselling author Dinesh D'Souza (What's So Great About America) looks at Christianity with a questioning eye, but treats atheists with equal skepticism. The result is a book that will challenge the assumptions of both believers and doubters and affirm that there really is, indeed, something great about Christianity.
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Religion

If Democrats Had Any Brains They'd Be Republicans

Ann Coulter

Her politics: "As far as I'm concerned, I'm a middle-of-the-road moderate and the rest of you are crazy."

Hillary Clinton: "Hillary wants to be the first woman president, which would also make her the first woman in a Clinton administration to sit behind the desk in the Oval Office instead of under it."

The environment: "God gave us the earth. We have dominion over the plants, the animals, the trees. God said, ‘Earth is yours. Take it. Rape it. It's yours.'"

Religion: "It's become increasingly difficult to distinguish the pronouncements of the Episcopal Church from the latest Madonna video."

Global warming: "The temperature of the planet has increased about one degree Fahrenheit in the last century. So imagine a summer afternoon when it's 63 degrees and the next thing you know it's . . . 64 degrees. Ahhhh!!!! Run for your lives, everybody! Women and children first!"

Gun control: "Mass murderers apparently can't read, since they are constantly shooting up ‘gun-free zones.'"

Bill Clinton: "Bill Clinton's library is the first one to ever feature an Adults Only section."

Illegal aliens: "I am the illegal alien of commentary. I will do the jokes that no one else will do."


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The Prince of Darkness

Robert Novak

50 Years of Reporting in Washington

"Novak's insider-perspective, vitriolic pen and damn-the-torpedoes frankness make it a lively and eye-opening account of big-foot journalism."
- Publisher's Weekly

"Every now and then a book comes along that everyone interested in politics should read. The new memoir by veteran journalist Robert D. Novak, I think, is one of those books...For the story it tells about American politics, as well as its candor, Novak's book covering his five decades as a print and TV journalist, immediately becomes the indispensable guide to what you really need to know about the messy intersection of the media and politics in Washington."
-Deal W. Hudson, former publisher of Crisis magazine

"Anyone interested in politics, journalism, and the course of public events over the last 50 years who does not buy and read The Prince of Darkness is denying himself one of the pleasures that life on this earth very seldom offers."
-Michael Barone, The Weekly Standard


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Politics

Unprotected

Miriam Grossman, MD

A campus psychiatrist reveals how political correctness in her profession endangers every student.

"Unprotected," writes columnist Mona Charen, "is a hard slap at the sexual free-for-all that prevails on American campuses and throughout American life. The author, revealed since publication as Dr. Miriam Grossman, a psychiatrist at the student health service at UCLA, was hesitant to put her name on this book. The orthodoxy within the academic world is a strict one, and those who transgress often pay with their jobs. Let's hope for her sake, but particularly for her patients' well being, that she is not punished for her heterodox views."
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Sexuality

The Politically Incorrect Guide to English and American Literature

Elizabeth Kantor, Ph.D.

From Regnery Publishing, Inc:

"In the latest installment of the bestselling Politically Incorrect GuideTM series, Elizabeth Kantor, Ph.D. blames the universities for deliberately destroying the building blocks of our society's freedom and prosperity. Kantor criticizes professors for not only what they teach, but what they don't: the values of chivalry, heroism, independence and free speech contained in the rich tradition of Western literature. The Politically Incorrect GuideTM to English Literature does more than just expose the ubiquitous Marxist, feminist, and 'queer' theory that runs rampant on college campuses. Kantor provides a curriculum for the self-education of the reader, a primer of what the professors AREN'T teaching but what every American should know."
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The Female Brain

Louann Brizendine

by Luann Brizendine, M.D.

From Bookmarks Magazine Louann Brizendine, a neuropsychiatrist at the University of California, San Francisco, explores groundbreaking issues in brain science with mixed results. Critics debate the author's presentation and research; some extol her many and varied sources and the book's accessibility, while others take her to task for relying too heavily on anecdotal evidence and "dumbing down" the text (Robin Marantz Henig cites the author's repeated use of "cutesy language" and slang). Despite the critical ambivalence, the author certainly has the credentials to write this book. Brizendine graduated from the Yale University School of Medicine and draws on research done at the Women's and Teen Girls' Mood and Hormone Clinic, which she founded at UCSF in 1994. So the question is, do you require step-by-step proof for conclusions some consider controversial, or are you willing to take her word for it?
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The Vast Right-Wing Conspiracy's Dossier on Hillary Clinton

Amanda Carpenter

Your one-stop guide to everything Hillary and her handlers don't want you to know They adore her in Manhattan. They worship her in Hollywood. They idolize her in the liberal media. But out in the real world are those of us who see through her lies about her husband, reject her socialist economics, and despise her radical social agenda. We are the members of what Hillary Clinton described as a "Vast Right-Wing Conspiracy"-and here at VRWC headquarters, we've been keeping a file on her. If you're one of us, The Vast Right-Wing Conspiracy's Dossier on Hillary Clinton will give you all the ammunition to help end Hillary's White House dreams once and for all. It's all here: the dirty deals, unsavory incidents, insane proposals, revealing comments, and outright flip-flops in Hillary's past. You'll also find the complete record of her activities since leaving the White House, and the machinery she already has in place to return to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
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Why Smart Men Marry Smart Women

Christine B. Whelan

For years, it's been "common knowledge" that once a woman hits thirty, her chances of finding a husband diminish to the point of dispair. That men are intimidated by a woman's career success, preferring docile helpmates to ambitious achievers. That women are biologically driven to seek a strong provider. That the higher a woman's IQ, the less likely she is to marry, let alone have babies ... leaving single, successful women to ask themselves: Are men intimidated by smart women?

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Family
Social Issues

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Godless

Ann Coulter

The Church of Liberalism

Ann Coulter throws open the doors of the church of liberalism. "Liberals love to boast that they are not 'religious,' which is what one would expect to hear from the state-sanctioned religion. Of course liberalism is a religion. It has its own cosmology, its own miracles, its own beliefs in the supernatural, its own churches, its own high priests, its own saints, its own total worldview, and its own explanation of the existence of the universe. In other words, liberalism contains all the attributes of what is generally known as 'religion.'"

-From Godless
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White Ghetto : How Middle Class America Reflects Inner City Decay

Star Parker

Much has been said about Bill Cosby's incendiary remarks about urban black culture and its "dirty laundry." But in this provocative book, Star Parker, one of today's most controversial commentators, goes even further, proving that urban plight simply reveals a decay that is gnawing its way throughout American society as a whole.
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Social Issues

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Pimps, Whores and Welfare Brats: From Welfare Cheat to Conservative Messenger

Star Parker

She was a delinquent teenager, mixed up with crime and drugs. In the 1970s, Star Parker came to Los Angeles with a dream of dancing on Soul Train -- and ended up an unemployed single mom, barely literate, and living on welfare. But life on county aid was far from impoverished -- she was able to lounge in her own jacuzzi, party at Venice Beach, bring in extra income with under-the-table jobs, and take the system for all it was worth. It was the power of Christianity that turned her life around. But it was Star's no-excuses attitude of self-empowerment that firmly positioned her on the fast track of conservative politics, speaking out against welfare as the cause of urban America's moral and economic decline.
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Conservatism
Conservatives
Welfare

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One Nation Under Therapy : How the Helping Culture is Eroding Self-Reliance

Christina Hoff Sommers

Drawing on established science and common sense, Christina Hoff Sommers and Dr. Sally Satel reveal how "therapism" and the burgeoning trauma industry have come to pervade our lives. Help is offered everywhere under the presumption that we need it: in children's classrooms, the workplace, churches, courtrooms, the media, the military. But, with all the "help" comes a host of troubling consequences, which are explored in this book.
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The War Against Boys: How Misguided Feminism Is Harming Our Young Men

Christina Hoff Sommers

In this book Christina Hoff Sommers argues that there is no "girl-crisis," as the feminists often claim. But, in fact, girls are outperforming boys academically, and girls' self-esteem is no different from boys'. The reality is that boys lag behind girls in reading and writing ability, and they are less likely to go to college. Sommers argues that boys do need help, but not help learning how to be more like girls.
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Married to a Rock Star

Shemane Nugent

Millions have dreamed of being surrounded by adoring fans, touring the globe, and making the big money. But living the high life sometimes is not all it's cracked up to be. Married to a Rock Star chronicles the challenges and successes of Shemane Nugent, the woman married to one of rock 'n roll's most legendary guitarists, Ted Nugent.
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Popular Culture
Second Amendment

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Kill It and Grill It : Ted and Shemane Nugent's Guide to Preparing & Cooking Fish & Game

Shemane Nugent

In this cookbook, Ted Nugent shares his favorite recipes for such exotic fare as wild boar, pheasant, buffalo, and venison. Kill It and Grill It is filled with hunting anecdotes, detailed instructions on cleaning and dressing your game, helpful hints for those new to hunting and cooking wild game, nutritional information, and of course, recipes.
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Invasion: How America Still Welcomes Terrorists, Criminals, & Other Foreign Menaces to Our Shores

Michelle Malkin

There were 19 hijackers aboard the planes that attacked America on September 11th. This book reveals the shocking, true identity of the 20th hijacker.
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Immigration
National Security

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In Defense of Internment: The Case for 'Racial Profiling' in World War II and the War on Terror

Michelle Malkin

Everything you've been taught about the World War II "internment camps" in America is wrong. They were not created primarily because of racism or wartime hysteria. They did not target only those of Japanese descent. They were not Nazi-style death camps. In her latest investigative tour-de-force, New York Times best-selling author Michelle Malkin sets the historical record straight and debunks radical ethnic alarmists who distort history to undermine common-sense, national security profiling.
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What Women Really Want : How American Women Are Quietly Erasing Political, Racial, Class, and Religious Lines to Change the Way We Live

Kellyanne Conway

Women are the most powerful force reshaping the future of America. Stronger than political parties, mightier than religious differences, able to leap cultural schisms in a single bound, women are quietly exerting a unified power to make changes in our culture and in commerce, meeting in the middle to achieve their goals. But they're not using traditional means such as getting together and voting or banging on closed doors to demand equal access.
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Career Development
Leadership
Women's Studies

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High Crimes and Misdemeanors: The Case Against Bill Clinton

Ann Coulter

Bill Clinton pledged to run "the most ethical administration in the history of the republic." In High Crimes and Misdemeanors, conservative lawyer and pundit Ann Coulter finds this promise laughably off the mark. Although she devotes a fair amount of space to the Monica Lewinsky scandal, Coulter covers the gamut of Clinton controversies, using engaging and straightforward prose to explain why each individual scandal matters.
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Liberals
The Presidency

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Slander: Liberal Lies About the American Right

Ann Coulter

"Liberals have been wrong about everything in the last half century," writes conservative pundit Ann Coulter, author of the bestselling anti-Clinton tome High Crimes and Misdemeanors. They've been especially wrong about Republicans, she writes. The bulk of Slander, in fact, is a well-documented brief dedicated to the proposition that most of the media despises anybody whose political opinions lie an inch to the right of the New York Times editorial page.
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Liberals
Media

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Treason: Liberal Treachery from the Cold War to the War on Terrorism

Ann Coulter

It's simple, says conservative firebrand Ann Coulter: Liberals have been wrong on every major domestic and foreign policy issue from the Cold War to the present. Whether it's the career of Senator Joseph McCarthy, Richard Nixon's presidency, Ronald Reagan's challenge to Mikhail Gorbachev to "tear down this wall," the Gulf War, or our present war on terrorism, liberals distort the truth about what's really happened. And as Coulter reveals in this stunning and controversial book, "Liberals have a preternatural gift for always striking a position on the side of treason."
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Liberals
Patriotism

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Great American Conservative Women

A collection of speeches from conservative women, from the Clare Boothe Luce Policy Institute. Contributors include Phyllis Schlafly, Dr. Jeane Kirkpatrick, Ann Coulter, Star Parker, Linda Chavez, Dr. Laura Schlessinger and many more outstanding leaders.
About this book, Rush Limbaugh said, "It's past due that someone put together a collection of ideas and philosophies from conservative women in print."
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Conservatives
Women's Studies

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Spin Sisters: How the Women of the Media Sell Unhappiness and Liberalism to the Women of America

Myrna Blyth

Blyth admits that, as editor-in-chief of Ladies' Home Journal, she helped create "the negative message of victimization and unhappiness that bombards women. But she is not taking the blame by herself: "I am certain that there is a liberal tilt in the media aimed especially at women"; that tilt, Blyth argues, helps make modern women unhappy. Further, Blyth bashes the Left on grounds that the Spin Sisters (her name for the female media elite) need women to think of themselves as victims if they are going to look for help from a liberal government.
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Media
Women's Studies

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The New American Revolution

Tammy Bruce

Tammy Bruce, the bestselling author, activist, and independent pundit pulls no punches, illustrating how a new American revolution is upon us -- a revolution based on American Nationalism and Individualism.
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Conservatism

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Voices Behind the Veil: The World of Islam Through the Eyes of Women

Ergun Mehmet Caner

An unprecedented, sympathetic, and wide-ranging exploration of the mysterious world of Islamic women--the people behind the veils--by female writers and Christian workers.
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Religion
Women's Studies

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Do-Gooders: How Liberals Hurt Those They Claim to Help (and the Rest of Us)

Mona Charen

Mona Charen offers a thoroughly researched position, with over twenty pages of footnotes, but states her contentions simply and clearly: Liberals have and will continue to hurt America with their hypocrisy.
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Liberals

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Betrayal

Linda Chavez

Chavez, conservative political analyst and former union professional, and co-author Gray describe what the betrayal of American workers by union leaders. Rather than representing the needs of their members, union leaders are focused on politics and self-serving government policy.
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Unions

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Unhinged: Exposing Liberals Gone Wild

Michelle Malkin

Syndicated columnist, Michelle Malkin, offers hilarious proof of the utter hypocrisy of liberals who fashion themselves as role models of tolerance and civility.
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Liberals

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How to Talk to a Liberal (If You Must)

Ann Coulter

The irreverent and iconic Ann Coulter has put together a collection of her most stirring columns, in their original form, including some that were too "objectionable" to be published.
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Phyllis Schlafly and Grassroots Conservatism: A Woman's Crusade

Donald T. Critchlow

A fine and long-overdue biography of the mother of modern conservative women.
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Conservatives
Women's Studies

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What Our Mothers Didn't Tell Us

Danielle Crittenden

Young women are the unhappy victims of their mothers' generation's feminism, says Danielle Crittenden in What Our Mothers Didn't Tell Us. Though they usually don't realize it, feminism has "seeped into their minds like intravenous saline into the arm of an unconscious patient."
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Feminism

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Shut Up and Sing

Laura Ingraham

Feisty radio sensation Laura Ingraham is tired of the Hollywood Left-and the vast network of liberals in elite positions-who are always bad-mouthing our country, and she has the answers to the problem in this pugnacious, funny, and devastating critique of the liberals who hate America.
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Liberals
Popular Culture

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Condi vs. Hillary: The Next Great Presidential Race

Dick Morris and Eileen McGann

Who will be president in 2008? Many believe that the White House is Hillary Clinton's to lose. As long-time strategists Dick Morris and Eileen McGann reveal in Condi vs. Hillary, however, Hillary's plans for higher office are vulnerable to a challenge from a most unexpected quarter: the Bush administration's secretary of state and former national security advisor, Condoleezza Rice.
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Women Who Make the World Worse

Kate O'Beirne

O'Beirne, an editor with National Review and a former panelist on CNN's Capital Gang, takes the feminist movement to task, charging it with responsibility for assorted social ills from broken families to increased risk to the military with female recruits. She cites some of America's best-known feminists, including Hillary Clinton, Gloria Steinem, Maureen Dowd, Kate Michelman, and Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Despite defeat of the ERA, these women, and the feminist movement in general, have managed to influence American culture to the detriment of women.
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Liberals
Women's Studies

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A Heart, a Cross, and a Flag

Peggy Noonan

To say the year between September 11, 2001, and September 11, 2002, was one of tremendous upheaval is a massive understatement. Noonan, a former Reagan assistant, has collected the columns she wrote during that period of time. From the column she wrote just two days after 9/11, full of shock and raw emotion, to the reserved but determined piece she wrote on the one-year anniversary, Noonan's essays are thoughtful, introspective, and deeply patriotic.
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Patriotism
Religion

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Uncle Sam's Plantation

Star Parker

America has two economic systems: capitalism for the rich and socialism for the poor. This double-minded approach seems to keep the poor enslaved to poverty while the rich get richer. Let's face it, despite its $400 billion price tag, welfare isn't working. The solution, asserts former welfare-mom, Star Parker, is a faith-based, not state-sponsored, plan. In her this book she offers five simple yet profound steps that will allow the nation's poor to go from entitlement and slavery to empowerment and freedom.
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Economy
Welfare

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Feminist Fantasies

Phyllis Schlafly

The one person most responsible for the defeat of the equal rights amendment is nothing if not articulate, cogent, and persuasive, as page after page of this selection of her syndicated columns, statements before congressional committees, and other short writings amply attests. Altogether these pieces constitute a united front against radical feminism, and the five sections into which they are sorted represent different campaigns in a war against ideological extremism.
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Feminism

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Who Stole Feminism?

Christina Hoff Sommers

The center of a fiery debate about who really speaks for equality and for most American women, this book provides well-reasoned arguments against many feminists' reliance on misleading, politically motivated "facts" about how women are victimized in this country.
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Feminism

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Indivisible: Uniting Values for a Divided America

Martha Zoller

Life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness are core values that have defined Americans for over two centuries. In a time when many pundits argue that America is a politically divided nation, Martha Zoller, a radio and television personality herself, argues that in our shared national history we have more common ground that unites us as a people than divides us.
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Patriotism

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Ceasefire: Why Women and Men Must Join Forces to Achieve True Equality

Cathy Young

A "dissident feminist" links feminist advocacy to the growing gender antagonism in politics, society, and culture--and proposes in its place a new focus on equality for both sexes.
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Feminism

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A Return to Modesty: Discovering the Lost Virtue

Wendy Shallit

In an age when women are embarrassed by sexual inexperience, when sex education is introduced as early as primary school, and when women suffer more than ever from eating disorders, stalking, sexual harassment, and date rape, Shalit believes a return to modesty may place women on equal footing with men.
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Sexuality
Women's Studies

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Clare Boothe Luce: A Biography

Stephen Shadegg

This definitive and very human biography captures the spirit of America's Renaissance woman of the twentieth century -- Clare Boothe Luce. (Note: This book is out of print, but can be ordered through Amazon)
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Biography
Conservatism

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Feminism is NOT the Story of My Life

Elizabeth Fox-Genovese

Based on the facts of women's lives, the author spells out a new kind of feminism, a "family feminism." It is a feminism that draws women together, grounded on things they have in common, that promotes their rights while taking into account their responsibilities, that trusts women to set up their own priorities rather than try to live up to an unattainable ideal.
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Feminism

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The Final Days: The Last, Desperate Abuses of Power by the Clinton White House

Barbara Olsen

New York Times best-selling author Barbara Olson, whose Hell to Pay laid bare the sordid political deals of Hillary Rodham Clinton, focused her razor sharp vision on the Clintons' shocking excesses in their final days of office: the outrageous pardons to political cronies and friends, the looting of the White House, the executive orders that were sheer abuses of presidential power, the presidential library that is becoming a massive boondoggle of vanity more appropriate to a Third World dictator, and much more. Olson died on September 11, 2001 when her plane was flown into th Pentagon by terrorists.
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Conservatism
Liberals
The Presidency

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