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   Biographies of some of the great men that shaped this Nation. They warned the American Citizens to be Ever Vigilant in the defense of our Republic, Constitution and Ideals set forth by our Country's Founding Fathers. Through Education we must arm ourselves with Knowledge and Wisdom guided by Liberty, Honesty and Equality. The books offered in this section are selected to enhance ones' education to broader levels of understanding. Through individual Inspiration, Motivation and Activism we must protect, preserve and keep the gift of this Founded Republic they vowed their very lives to provide us.



Books Categories: Biographies | History | Inspirational | Activism | Memorabilia | Childrens K-12

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Going Rogue: An American Life
In this eagerly anticipated memoir, Palin paints an intimate portrait of growing up in the wilds of Alaska; meeting her lifelong love; her decision to enter politics; the importance of faith and family; and the unique joys and trials of life as a high-profile working mother. She also opens up for the first time about the 2008 presidential race, providing a rare, mom's-eye view of high-stakes national politics—from patriots dedicated to "Country First" to slick politicos bent on winning at any cost...

Glenn Beck - Arguing with Idiots
Idiots can't be identified through voting records, they can be found only by looking for people who hide behind stereotypes, embrace partisanship, and believe that bumper sticker slogans are a substitute for common sense. If you know someone who fits the bill, then Arguing with Idiots will help you silence them once and for all with the ultimate weapon: the truth...

A Bold Fresh Piece of Humanity
In his most intimate book yet, O’Reilly goes back in time to examine the people, places, and experiences that launched him on his journey from working-class kid to immensely influential television personality and bestselling author. Readers will learn how his traditional outlook was formed in the crucible of his family, his neighborhood, his church, and his schools, and how his views on America’s proper role in the world emerged from covering four wars on five continents over three-plus decades as a news correspondent...

The Christmas Sweater
It will take wrestling with himself, his faith, and his family -- and the guidance of a mysterious neighbor named Russell -- to help Eddie find his path through the storm clouds of life and finally see the real significance of that simple gift his mother had crafted by hand with love in her heart. Based on a deeply personal true story, The Christmas Sweater is a warm and poignant tale of family, faith and forgiveness that offers us a glimpse of our own lives -- while also making us question if we really know what's most important in them...

Autobiography of Thomas Jefferson
Written in 1821, Thomas Jefferson writes very quickly about his parents, childhood, and the time period before the revolution and spends way more time on the declaration of independence, articles of confederation, his presidency and the early 1800s...

Thomas Paine and the Promise of America
As historian Kaye (The American Radical) points out, Paine— "the greatest radical of a radical age" —would have been surprised to learn that conservatives, whose values he opposed, had used his words in their cause...

The Real Benjamin Franklin
Which of all these Benjamin Franklins, if any, is real? This book is an attempt to answer that question. Or, more accurately, it is an attempt to let Franklin himself provide the answer. The Real Benjamin Franklin makes no effort to develop another fresh interpretation of the Sage of Philadelphia...

James Madison and the Struggle for the Bill of Rights
Had the Constitution of 1787 not been ratified, the U.S. could conceivably have fallen apart. How the state of Virginia gave the ultimate thumbs-up may not, on the surface, make for a barn-burning history, but journalist Labunksi manages affairs so well as to warrant attention from buffs of the early republic...

The Ascent of George Washington: The Hidden Political Genius of an American Icon
In the War of Independence, Washington used his skills to steer the Continental Army through crises that would have broken less determined men; he squeezed out rival generals and defused dissent from those below him. Ending the war as a national hero, Washington “allowed” himself to be pressed into the presidency...

Hamilton's Curse: How Jefferson's Arch Enemy Betrayed the American Revolution--and What It Means for Americans Today
Thomas Jefferson and Alexander Hamilton were without question two of the most important Founding Fathers. They were also the fiercest of rivals. Of these two political titans, it is Jefferson—–the revered author of the Declaration of Independence and our third president—–who is better remembered today...

Forgotten Founder: The Life and Times of Charles Pinckney
Within thirteen years of the convention, Pinckney forsook his heritage and broke with his family—most of whom were staunch Federalists—to support the Democratic-Republican Thomas Jefferson in the pivotal election of 1800. Pinckney’s efforts on Jefferson’s behalf helped propel the Virginian into the presidency and changed the course of American political history....

Life And Correspondence Of James McHenry
McHenry Was Variously George Washington's Secretary And Twice Secretary Of War Under Washington And Adams. A Significant Figure In The Early History Of The United States...

Tried by War: Abraham Lincoln as Commander in Chief
Lincoln understood the synergy of political and military decision-making; the Emancipation Proclamation, for instance, harmonized the principles of union and freedom with a strategy of attacking the crucial Confederate resource of slave labor. Lincoln's commitment to linking policy and strategy made him the most hands-on American commander-in-chief...

American Lion: Andrew Jackson in the White House
For the first time, with Jackson, demagoguery became presidential, and his Democratic Party deepened its identification with Southern slavery. Jackson's unwavering approval of slavery, his removal of Native Americans despite the objections of the supreme Court, and his vindictive qualities...

Ulysses S. Grant : Memoirs and Selected Letters
Ulysses S. Grant wrote his Personal Memoirs as he was dying of throat cancer in order to secure his family's financial future. In doing so, the Civil War's greatest general, and who went on to become President of the United States, won himself a unique place in American letters. His character, sense of purpose, and simple compassion are evident through this deeply moving account...

Robert E. Lee
General Lee eluded the Union army for three years and cunningly thwarted his foe by applying successful leadership and military acumen, winning many battles but losing the war. However, his reputation and legacy remain intact, suggesting leadership principles that could successfully be applied today. The principles that guided Robert E. Lee were grounded in the finest traditions of American values. Robert E. Lee on Leadership is a timely and valuable reflection on character, and on the personal and spiritual convictions that make for great leaders....
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