A brilliant review of how the modern university came into being. It covers a wide range of philosophers from Aristotle to Nietzsche and examines their profound influence on western thought and the modern university. Bloom makes a sound case for the return to classical education.
Like a surgeon, Scalia disects the arguments of the judicial activist judges, namely Justice Breyer. Justice Scalia shows why he is the intellectual heavyweight on the court.
In "The O'Franken Factor Factor", Al Franken has shown that a failed comedian can also be a failed radio talk show host. It is long, boring, and not at all funny. A very bad piece of work even compared to some of his other bad titles. Only the most diehard fans will appreciate it.
In this book, Bill Clinton atempts to re-write his legacy, but will go down as one of the worst presidents who cared more about covering his tracks than serving the country. He fails to mention his numerous pardons for cash, his refusal to detain Osama Bin Laden when he had numerous chances, and his acceptance of cash donations from China while they stole secret US military technology. This book clearly demonstrates that the Clintons live in a world of their own. If you are looking for a good fairy tale, this is the book for you.
Ann Coulter does it again. The author's intelligence and humor comes through in every chapter.
People of all political presuasions will find this book extremely useful. Mr. Gringrich touches some very controversial issues that must be addressed by both Democrats and Republicans.
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