Tornado in a Junkyard
James Perloff

This book focuses on the ideology of Darwinism, as the foundation not only of a Godless worldview, but of several distinct yet related worldviews, including scientism, secularism, Marxism, and National Socialism. Darwinism, he shows, is not much a science, in the true meaning of that word, but an ideology based on conjecture and wholly unsupported (and insupportable) presuppositions. (2003ed, 321pp, pb)

Inside the United Nations
Dr. Steve Bonta

The United Nations has been in existence for more than a half-century, but its origins and objectives remain misunderstood by many Americans. This book is a brief, readable introduction to the United Nations, and to the people who created it and support it.

The Shadows of Power
James Perloff

James Perloff exposes the subversive roots and global designs of the Council on Foreign Relations. Passed off as a think-tank, this group is the “power behind the throne,” with hundreds of top-appointed government officials drawn from its ranks. Traces activity from the Wilson to Reagan administrations.

The Law
Frederic Bastiat

The Law has been acclaimed for more than a century as the classic moral defense of individual liberty and limited government. Here is the timeless message of immutable principle – in the immortal words of one of history’s most courageous thinkers and brilliant writers. (2007, 74pp, pb)

The Creature From Jekyll Island
G. Edward Griffin

What is money and how is it used, and at the top, misused? In “The Creature From Jekyll Island,” author G. Edward Griffin unmasks the secrets behind the manipulation of our nation’s money supply. This informative book provides and insider’s look at how the Federal Reserve came into being and how, even today, it manipulates the value of the dollar. Wondering why we’re in such economic trouble? “The Creature From Jekyll Island” provides the unnerving answers. (2009ed, 608pp., pb)

A Foreign Policy of Freedom
Congressman Ron Paul

Foreword by Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr.

Ron Paul’s collection of inspired statements to the House of Representatives that show him to be the most consistent and morally responsible politician, perhaps, in the whole of American history. This book takes on a special significance with his 2008 run for the U.S presidency. (2007, 372pp, pb)

The Foundations of American Constitutional Government
Compiled by
Robert D. Gorgoglione

Foreword by
Clarence B. Carson

If the Constitution is so simple, why is it supposedly so difficult to interpret? In this book, 14 distinguished thinkers of our day expound on what the Founding Fathers wrote. Principles of republican, federal, and limited government are explored and explained.