Ball of Collusion Ball of Collusion: The Plot to Rig an Election and Destroy a Presidency, by Andrew McCarthy. The real collusion in the 2016 election was not between the Trump campaign and the Kremlin. It was between the Clinton campaign and the Obama administration. The law-enforcement and intelligence arms of government were placed in the service of the Democratic presidential bid and, failing that, were deployed against the incoming Republican administration, with the goal of strangling it in the cradle.
Founding Brothers: The Revolutionary Generation, by Joseph J. Ellis. How during the 1790s, which Ellis calls the most decisive decade in the American nation’s history, the greatest statesmen of their generation came together to define the new republic and direct its course for the coming centuries.
Fly by Wire: The Geese, the Glide, the Miracle on the Hudson, by William Langewiesche. How much of the success of Chesley Sullenberger’s dramatic landing can actually be credited to his genius? Or is the “miracle” on the Hudson the result of extraordinary — but not widely known, and in some cases quite controversial — advances in aviation and computer technology over the past twenty years? In this book, Langewiesche takes readers on a strange and unexpected journey into the world of advanced aviation.
The Quantum Supremacy: An Entertainment, by David Goldman (Spengler). A deadly duel of wits has begun pitting China’s Ministry of State Security against the Central Intelligence Agency. At stake is quantum supremacy, the leap into a new world of computing power that will define technological dominance for the next century. A young CIA operative is caught in the middle and takes matters into his own hands.
Endurance, by Frank Arthur Worsley. The inspiring first-hand account of Ernest Shackleton’s doomed Antarctic adventure by Frank Worsley, Captain of HMS Endurance – the expedition ship crushed to pieces after becoming icebound. A must-read.
Breaking the Spell: Religion as a Natural Phenomenon, by Daniel C. Dennett. This book examines religion scientifically: to ask why — and how — it has shaped so many lives so strongly.
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The War of the Words, Understanding the crisis of the early 21st century in terms of information corruption in the financial, security and political spheres
Rebranding Christianity, or why the truth shall make you free
The Three Conjectures, reflections on terrorism and the nuclear age
Storming the Castle, why government should get small
No Way In at Amazon Kindle. Fiction. A flight into peril, flashbacks to underground action.
Storm Over the South China Sea, how China is restarting history in the Pacific.