Book Review: The Field of Fight by Lt. General Michael T. Flynn

The Field of Fight: How We Can Win the Global War Against Islam and Its Allies As we are in the final run up toward a presidential election where one of the candidates is arguably guilty of criminal malfeasance and very possibly treason, General Flynn’s new book, The Field of Fight, is an important argument for [...]

By | 2017-02-28T07:31:04+00:00 July 29th, 2016|Book Reviews, Islam, News From the Front, Presidential Election, Resurgent Islam, United States of America|Comments Off on Book Review: The Field of Fight by Lt. General Michael T. Flynn

Welcome Blaze Readers

Welcome Blaze Listeners. Islamic aggression toward the West is not new. It’s been happening for fourteen centuries and has resulted in the fall of Christian Middle East. Using history as our guide, we must ask: Can a Bankrupt America Survive the Current Islamic Threat? Today, new militant Muslims live among us here in America as our neighbors, college roommates and [...]

By | 2017-02-28T07:31:13+00:00 August 21st, 2012|Book Reviews|Comments Off on Welcome Blaze Readers

Book Review: Stop the Islamization of America By Pamela Geller

Pamella Geller’s book, Stop the Islamization of America, published last year, grows more important each year given the events taking place both in the Muslim world and inside the USA. She writes that Fort Hood Massacre is just one of the 15,000 Muslim attacks worldwide since 9/11. The war is not subsiding. It is growing [...]

By | 2017-02-28T07:31:14+00:00 June 28th, 2012|Book Reviews|2 Comments

Book Review: The Next Wave by Catherine Herridge

With America’s withdrawal from Iraq and Afghanistan and mounting tensions between Iran, Israel, and the US as a backdrop, James Clapper, Director of National Intelligence, testified before Congress that, given the recently thwarted Iranian plot to kill the Saudi ambassador in Washington, it appeared that the Regime is now more willing to conduct attacks in [...]

By | 2017-02-28T07:31:17+00:00 March 12th, 2012|Book Reviews|Comments Off on Book Review: The Next Wave by Catherine Herridge

Book Review: American Heroes in the Fight Against Radical Islam by Oliver North

Ollie North Vividly Portrays the American Heroes By 204 B.C., the Carthaginian general, Hannibal, had been wreaking havoc on the Italian peninsula for 14 years at a cost to Rome and its Italian allies of approximately 100,000 lives. In that year, a young charismatic general from one of Rome’s most aristocratic families, Cornelius Scipio, convinced [...]

By | 2017-02-28T07:31:19+00:00 July 31st, 2008|Book Reviews, Human Events, Islam and the West|Comments Off on Book Review: American Heroes in the Fight Against Radical Islam by Oliver North

Timmerman Exposes Saboteurs in Our Government

Kenneth Timmerman’s new book, Shadow Warriors: The Untold Story of Traitors, Saboteurs, and the Party of Surrender, is a potent assault on the enemy within. The late great U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Jeanne Kirkpatrick once reflected upon her role in the war against the Communist bloc and its sycophants by remarking, “We understood [...]

By | 2017-02-28T07:31:19+00:00 February 4th, 2008|Book Reviews, Disarming America, Human Events, Nuclear Iran|Comments Off on Timmerman Exposes Saboteurs in Our Government

How Cindy Sheehan Became Star of Left

About the book “American Mourning.” The philosopher and member emeritus of that rare breed of British conservatives, Roger Scruton, once wrote that, for him, the most compelling sentence contained in the New Testament is “Jesus wept.” For me, American Mourning, co-written by the prize-winning author Catherine Moy and conservative diva Melanie Morgan, mother of the [...]

By | 2017-02-28T07:31:20+00:00 October 17th, 2006|Book Reviews|Comments Off on How Cindy Sheehan Became Star of Left

Iranian Spy Stories and Fear of Armageddon

Book Review: Countdown to Crisis by Ken Timmerman Throughout the 1930s, although he been a popular war hero, author, Lord of the Admiralty and had held numerous cabinet ministries, Winston Churchill, remained a “back bencher” barely holding on to his seat in the House of Commons. He was scorned by the media and virtually the [...]

By | 2017-02-28T07:31:28+00:00 August 1st, 2005|Book Reviews|Comments Off on Iranian Spy Stories and Fear of Armageddon

Atomic Iran


On a September morning in 490 B.C., 9,000 free citizen soldiers from Athens watched the 26,000 Persians, disembarking their ships that were beached beside the plain of Marathon. On the bluffs above, the Athenian general, Militiades, saw that the Persians were not fully prepared. Their archers, who could flood the sky with arrows, were not [...]

By | 2017-02-28T07:31:29+00:00 June 1st, 2005|Book Reviews, Human Events, Islam and the West|Comments Off on Atomic Iran


Passport—An Epic Novel

Can there be anything more sacred or more defining for a Kerry-voting liberal than the certain knowledge that our war in Viet Nam was evil? Yet in a remarkable twist of fate, the Kerry campaign continues to compel us to revisit the Viet Nam era. Therefore, Bruce Herschensohn’s Passport, the definitive novel of the Cold [...]

By | 2017-02-28T07:31:30+00:00 April 10th, 2005|Book Reviews|Comments Off on Passport—An Epic Novel