Monday, August 9, 2021

DISLOYAL: How the Military Brass is Betraying Our Country By Daniel Greenfield and David Horowitz

New Freedom Center Booklet Exposes the Military Brass's Betrayal of Our Country

In this new Freedom Center booklet, DISLOYAL: How the Military Brass is Betraying Our Country, author Daniel Greenfield, an investigative reporter at the David Horowitz Freedom Center, reveals how the U.S. Military’s promotion of Critical Race Theory and efforts to purge "extremists" is endangering America’s future.

Greenfield documents the shocking penetration of Critical Race Theory and woke leftist ideology into numerous branches of the American military. He describes how these recent attempts to divide the military by race and condemn the nation it exists to defend, have undermined unit cohesion and military readiness while having a devastating impact on troop morale.

DISLOYAL lays bare the disturbing actions and statements of some of America’s leading military leaders who have capitulated to America's ideological enemies before even entering the field of battle. Among these are Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin, who has required both Critical Race Theory and the ahistorical and un-American 1619 Project as core elements of the Pentagon's military training programs. Also unmasked is Mark Milley, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, who vocally rejected the use of the military to put down violent BLM/Antifa riots and later defended the military's adoption of CRT to Congress, stating, "I want to understand white rage and I'm white, and I want to understand it." [more...]

This new Freedom Center booklet is an urgent and vital read. [Read in PDF form: HERE.]

Daniel Greenfield, a reporter at the David Horowitz Freedom Center, is an expert on Islamic terrorism and Israel and an investigative journalist at 

Wednesday, August 4, 2021

Trump and Reagan By Nick Adams




Defenders of America

By Nick Adams

In his new book, TRUMP AND REAGAN: Defenders of America, internationally renowned speaker, Nick Adams, analyzes the two greatest modern-day presidents - and their records in defending America. If you love America, the comparison of Trump and Reagan is a no-brainer. Both were underestimated, received tough media coverage and appealed to the patriotic instincts of Americans. But they were different, too: one "genial" and "polished;" the other more "crude" and "unvarnished."

With this unique analysis, Nick Adams reveals how the billionaire-businessman-turned-president and the "Gipper" changed the paradigm and the way Washington worked. Is President Trump, ridiculed by critics as Reagan was, set up to enjoy the same fate and legacy in the twenty-first century? Will he also be remembered as a guardian of American prestige?

Since Trump is a one-term president (so far) and Reagan is still so influential to Republicans, how will Trump (in a Reagan-like manner influencing those who remember Reagan's powerful persona and strength) overcome the stigma of all the fake investigations and impeachments, not to mention January 6th, and prevail? Is there any hope that his presidency will be restored? Next to Reagan, Trump should go down in history as the greatest president ever. While Republicans, not just RINOs, have turned their backs on him, his base and influence seem to be stronger than ever.

In TRUMP AND REAGAN, you will learn that:

·    On the surface, Donald Trump and Ronald Reagan were obviously very different men; Reagan was genteel and almost never offensive - Trump, not so much. Reagan was a rancher and often carried a firearm; Trump, a big city billionaire.

·    Reagan was more versatile with his avuncular presentation; Donald Trump almost always in a suit and one-color tie and brings his distinctive Queens accent with him everywhere. Reagan was unfailingly careful with his words; Trump often impulsive.

·    Both presidents were around the same age when inaugurated and the only two Presidents to have been divorced. Both were political outsiders. Both were very much 1980s men from "Hollywood" and both patriots and optimists.

·    Both presidents were loathed by the establishment. They were both fascinated by outer space; and both relied heavily on private sector partnerships during their presidencies.

Transformative; cathartic; country-changing; metamorphic; reframing: These words have been aptly applied to President Donald Trump during his time in the Oval Office, and decades ago, Ronald Reagan transformed the USA in a similar way. Both of these presidents set out and achieved a modernized, reinvigorated country. They repaired, restored, revived, and made America great again.

In this full-fledged comparison, complete with new information and ground-breaking interpretation, bestselling author Nick Adams explores how both leaders changed the trajectory of America. Trump's and Reagan's patriotism and unapologetic advocacy of traditional values and the American people make them conservative heroes. No one knows what the future holds for Donald Trump, or if he will run for office again, but he is not going away - just like Reagan didn't. They are transformative figures. What better way to understand Trump's presidency than by comparing him to his transformational conservative predecessor - Ronald Reagan - who also permanently altered the political landscape.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Nick Adams is an internationally renowned speaker, lecturer, and commentator. The bestselling author runs the Foundation for Liberty and American Greatness (FLAG), an organization that teaches civics and history, and helps inspire students on the power of the American Dream in schools. He is a Presidential appointee, best-selling author, social media influencer, motivational speaker, and television commentator. He has received multiple state awards, including honorary citizenship. Adams has spoken throughout America, Australia, Germany, South Korea, and the United Kingdom.