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American Betrayal
The Secret Assault on Our Nation’s Character
Diana West - 2013-05-28
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American Betrayal unearths the hidden lies and conspiracies behind America's sacred history of World War II and the Cold War era. Diana West delves deep into the root of America's inability to distinguish right from wrong, revealing a shocking truth about the country's leaders' self-preservation and their betrayal of American principles. Part thriller, part tragedy, American Betrayal is a must-read for anyone who wants to know the truth about America's past and present.
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The Rebuttal
Defending 'American Betrayal' from the Book-Burners
Diana West - 2013-10-04
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Defend an explosive and controversial new book against its critics. Featuring author Diana West and several prominent writers, "The Rebuttal" is a passionate defense of "American Betrayal" against personal attacks and attempts to discredit its content. Get ready to dive into a heated debate on history and politics.
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No Fear
Selected Columns (1999-2013) from America's Most Politically Incorrect Journalist
Diana West - 2013-07-18
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"No Fear" is a compilation of nationally syndicated columnist Diana West's bold and thought-provoking newspaper columns from 1999 to 2013. The topics covered range from Islam to immigration, culture wars to wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and even include the controversial subject of a certain president's birth certificate. This book offers readers a history lesson into the matters hidden beneath the veil of political correctness, urging us to confront them with unapologetic bravery.
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The Death of the Grown-Up
How America's Arrested Development Is Bringing Down Western Civilization
Diana West - 2007-08-21
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This thought-provoking book, filled with humor and insight, explores the decline of mature adults in America. The author argues that the cultural shift toward perpetual adolescence, aided by multiculturalism, has contributed to a generation unable to make decisions and understand right from wrong. Using examples such as parents funding motel rooms for prom night, she urges readers to challenge this trend and remember America's place in the world.