Category Archives: Non-Fiction

The Case For Trump, Victor Davis Hanson, author; David Lertham, narrator.

Although, as the title suggests, it is somewhat more positive in its approach to the description of Donald Trump, Hanson has meticulously analyzed the man and his behavior, warts and all. Unlike the plethora of “hit” books that have been … Continue reading

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White, Bret Easton Ellis, author and narrator

Mr. Ellis is a writer of screenplays. He hobnobs with the rich and famous. He is openly gay and can be caustic and brutally honest, as well. He does not care what people think of him, but rather voices the … Continue reading

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All The Gallant Men: An America Sailor’s Firsthand Account of Pearl Harbor, Donald Stratton, Ken Gire, authors; Mike Ortego, narrator.

Donald Stratton was 94 years old (now 97) when he wrote his memoir to commemorate the December 7th, 1941 bombing of Pearl Harbor. He believed, as the quote he references says, “when a person dies, it is like a library … Continue reading

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God Is in the Crowd: Twenty-First Century Judaism

God Is in the Crowd: A Model for Post-Diaspora Judaism, Tal Keinen This is a book written by a committed Jew, a Jew committed to the survival of Judaism, rather than the survival of its religiosity a Jew committed to … Continue reading

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Maid: Hard Work, Low Pay, and a Mother’s Will to Survive, Stephanie Land author and narrator

This is Stephanie Land’s story, covering a few short years. Poor and desperate, she struggles to keep her daughter, and herself, safe. Although she has family, they are no help to her when she is in need because they are … Continue reading

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Merchants of Truth: The Business of News and the Fight for Facts by Jill Abramson, narrated by January LaVoy.

In this non-fiction presentation, Abramson, the former executive editor of the New York Times, who has been accused of plagiarism, attempts to explain what has happened to the print news industry and why. Using the New York Times, the Washington … Continue reading

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The Jungle Grows Back, by Robert Kagan

To agree with the ideas in this book, one first has to accept the premise that liberalism is the reason for the lack of an outbreak of a major conflict for the last 7 decades. I do not believe it … Continue reading

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