THE PEACEMAKER: Nixon: the Man, President and My Friend$27.99Add to CartFrom Ben Stein, New York Times bestselling author, humorist and former speech writer for both Nixon and Ford administrations – a powerful (and humorous) thinker on economics, politics, education and history and motivation – a personal memoir of his friend Richard Nixon: THE MAN, PATRIOT, PRESIDENT, PEACEMAKER & VISIONARY. Learn More
The Greatest Speeches of President Donald J. Trump$49.99Add to CartThe ultimate collection of President Donald J. Trump's most important speeches and words to the Nation, from his Campaign Announcement at Trump Tower to his surprise Presidential Victory Speech, to his speech to the People of Poland in Warsaw, to his Salute to America at Mount Rushmore and his Farewell Address to the People of the United States and the World. Learn More
Francis: A Pope for Our Time, The Definitive Biography$21.95Add to Cart
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The Catholic Church has been undoubtedly going through a period of profound crisis. Endless scandals and conspiracies have plagued the Church in recent years, and with resignation of Pope Benedict XVI in February 2013, the Catholic community was left in dire need of direction and spiritual renewal.
Archbishop Jorge Bergoglio, elected to Saint Peter’s Throne on March 13, 2013, in one of the briefest conclaves in history, represents a rekindled sense of hope for the Church’s 1.2 billion followers. The first Jesuit to occupy the papacy, Pope Francis I is also the first pope ever to hail from the Americas, and has inspired an enormous sense of pride, especially among Latin Americans and his native Argentina.
Francis: A Pope for Our Time, The Definitive Biography incisively chronicles Pope Francis’ ancestry, youth, call to faith, humble beginnings with the Society of Jesus, and rise through Argentina’s ecclesiastical ranks, all the way to the Vatican. The book emphasizes His Holiness’ Jesuit background of humility, poverty, and service that stands to reform the Vatican’s long history of lavish excess and removed otherworldly style of leadership.
This concise biography also details Jorge Bergoglio’s coming of age during the Peronist years, the challenges he faced throughout Argentina’s brutal military dictatorship, as well as his political stance against the progressive policies of the Kirchners.
Known as the “Black Pope” (for his Jesuit garb), the “Pope of the Poor,” and the “Third World Pope,” such monikers exemplify Pope Francis’ original and primary mandate: his pastoral commitment to society’s most underprivileged and disenfranchised. His dedication to interreligious dialogue, accessibility to his community, and rejection of pomp in favor of simplicity promises to bring real-world leadership to a modern Church desperate to emerge from old-world precepts.Learn More
The Last Best Hope: The Greatest Speeches of Ronald Reagan$26.99Add to CartHere in this collection of twenty-eight speeches spanning the Reagan era, readers can find inspiration in Reagan’s “sermons.” Learn More
Life is Winning: Inside the Fight for Unborn Children and Their Mothers$27.99Add to Cart
Ahead of the pivotal 2020 elections, momentum is building across America to revisit the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision that struck down laws protecting unborn children and their mothers nationwide. Life is Winning in America tells the story of how the pro-life cause went from an orphaned political “problem” to a winning issue embraced at the highest levels of the Republican Party, thanks to a small-but-ambitious group of pro-life women. These women took on Washington’s consultant class and in the process built a multimillion-dollar campaign and lobbying powerhouse with more than 900,000 grassroots members nationwide. Marjorie Dannenfelser, president of Susan B. Anthony List and leading architect of the pro-life strategy that helped propel then-candidate Donald Trump to his stunning victory in 2016, gives inside perspective on how her own pro-life conversion – and the President’s – resembles the national sea change happening today, and why the end of abortion and restoration of life in America is closer than ever before.Learn More
Coming Home: How Black Americans Will Re-Elect Trump$27.99Add to Cart
"Bruce Eberle and Vernon Robinson have written a remarkably insightful and important book. It will shock the liberal media to learn President Trumnp's margin in both Michigan and Pennsylvania was provided by Black Americans tired of the radical left. They apply this lesson to a uniquie analysis of the 2020 election." - Newt Gingrich, former Speaker of the United States House of RepresentativesLearn More
Six Popes: A Son of the Church Remembers$24.99Add to Cart
A deeply moving and spiritual memoir of a man of Christian Faith who had the privilege of knowing several people later canonized Saints—including John XXIII, John Paul II, and Mother Teresa of Calcutta.
Six Popes: My Life in the Christian Faith is the personal story of Monsignor Hilary C. Franco, advisor to the Permanent Observer Mission of the Holy See to the United Nations, who has led a remarkable life in the Catholic faith. This rich memoir chronicles his amazing journey as a self-described "poor country priest" who forged deep and meaningful friendships with many of the most important religious figures in the Catholic Church. He not only worked closely with Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen – and wrote a book about their friendship, Bishop Sheen Mentor and Friend – and counted Mother Teresa as a friend, but also has had the unique (and rare) honor of working with six papal leaders:
- Pope John XXIII
- Pope Paul VI
- Pope John Paul I
- Pope John Paul II
- Pope Benedict XVI
- Pope Francis
Having the personal privilege of knowing several people later canonized Saints—including John XXIII, John Paul II, and Mother Teresa of Calcutta—Monsignor Franco humbly but effectively walks the corridors of spiritual power in New York, the United States and Rome. What emerges in Six Popes: My Life in the Christian Faith is a history of modern Catholicism and faith as seen through the eyes of a man who was a personal witness to events that continue to shape the world.Learn More
Socialists Don't Sleep: Christians Must Rise or America Will Fall$27.99Add to Cart
Socialists Don’t Sleep is about all the sneaky ways the secular left has pressed Socialism into American politics and life – AND WHY CHRISTIANS ARE THE ONLY ONES WHO CAN STOP IT!Learn More
The Tragedy of Patton: A Soldier's Date with Destiny$27.99Add to Cart
"BETTER TO FIGHT FOR SOMETHING THAN LIVE FOR NOTHING." — GENERAL GEORGE S. PATTON It is 75 years since the end of WW II and the strange, mysterious death of General George S. Patton, but as in life, Patton sets off a storm of controversy.Learn More
THE LAST DAYS OF NEW YORK: A Reporter's True Tale$27.99Add to CartTHE LAST DAYS OF NEW YORK: a reporter's true tale tells the story of how a corrupted political system hollowed out New York City, leaving it especially vulnerable, all in the name of equity and “fairness.” Learn More