Book Club


Irresistible Revolution

by Matthew Lohmeier

BOOK REVIEW by Keith Fletcher

STARRS Staff Writer USAFA ’87

“Irresistible Revolution,” absolutely belongs in your home or office library as it presents the real, emerging danger of Marxist subversion, masquerading as “diversity” and “inclusion,” happening today in our American armed forces. Matthew Lohmeier brilliantly presents his methodically conducted research linking the radical leftist social movements recently seen in the United States into what our military has deceitfully repackaged into an innocent-sounding mandatory social program presented to the troops.

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Battlefields & Blessings

by

Jane Hampton Cook

Through 365 devotional stories Stories of Faith and Courage from the Revolutionary War takes you from the starting point to the finishing line in America’s quest for Independence. These stories reveal that the Revolution was more than just a war; it was also a change of hearts and minds of the people. Originating after series of injustices, such as warrantless searches, seizures of guns, and violations of free speech and free assembly, the Revolutionary War led to the creation of the United States of America based on the universal, time-tested belief that all people are created in the image of God, the author of individual rights and liberty.

The Gulag Archipelago

by

Aleksandr I. Solzhenitsyn

Review by Scott Sturman

“The Gulag Archipelago,” published in 1973, represents the Nobel Prize winning masterpiece of Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, who spent eight years as a political prisoner in the Gulag. The 2000 page, three volume tome has been described as the 20th century’s foremost non-fiction book and describes the Soviet forced labor penal system from its inception in 1918 until its demise in 1956.