Tag Archives: Radical Conservatives

Just to keep them all in one spot...

I've also added a plug-in for a star system!  (plug-ins for my website are sort of like apps for my iThings.)  The site for the "Review Rating" is here.

ZERO stars - I didn't even finish the book

  1. stars - reserved for books to stay away from.  May be well written, but full of error
  2. stars - mediocre bad (this is different than what the plug-in writer uses)
  3. stars - mediocre good
  4. stars - good book; I learned a lot (non-fiction) or enjoyed it very much (fiction)
  5. stars - what a good book!  I learned so much and will apply it to my life in a very real and meaningful way.
  6. stars - this book rocked my world and changed my life forever.

2/11/2021 - The Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling

1/26/2021 - Feelings and Faith by Brian Borgman

1/11/2021 - Things We Couldn't Say by Diet Eman

12/30/2020 - Deacon King Kong by James McBride

1/6/2015 - Bonhoeffer: Pastor, Martyr, Prophet, Spy by Eric Metaxas

4/5/2014 - Signature in the Cell by Stephen C. Meyer

4/01/2014 - Another Jesus Calling by Warren B. Smith

3/29/2014 - Tough Topics by Sam Storms

3/20/2014 - Worship by the Book

6/23/2013 - The Reformed Doctrine of Predestination

10/16/2011 - Rules for Radical Conservatives

1/9/2008 - My Name is Jorge (On Both Sides of the River)

9/23/2006 - Papal Sin

I've come to the conclusion that every conservative should know Alinsky's "Rules for Radicals" inside out.  And be ready to name the tactics (whether liberals know they're using them or not) when confronted with them.

"Rules for Radical Conservatives" takes those rules, turns them around and gives conservatives hope for taking our country back from the liberal elite (leadership) who want to wreck it.

It's written from the viewpoint of a conservative, what the rules are and why they will work.

Know them, use them.

It's one that will stay on the front page of the kindle app.