4/18/17 (after - all) I really enjoy doing the "book reviews" on this site and have noticed that those articles are getting quick views and likes from several readers. I think that's a wonderful thing! I have been contemplating a book review for Sybille Bedford's biography of Aldous Huxley; as I find him to be a … Continue reading Fascinating Quote – Aldous Huxley
4/15/17 Happy Easter! Let's look to history to see the evidence of Marxist/Communist hatred for families. Here's the source I'm quoting - it's a PRO-MARXIST publication: "Marx for Beginners" by Rius Published by Pantheon in New York 1976. The quotes I will share are from the co-author of the Communist Manifesto, F. Engels. Mr Engels protests … Continue reading More on Families – Here’s the Communist Playbook
2/11/2017 (40 min's before tipoff) While looking back through Huxley's "Brave New World" last night I re-read the author's 'Foreword' and was encouraged by the opening paragraph. It's not that the words are cleverly crafted or deeply philosophical (especially for someone with an intellect like Huxley's) - but the simplicity of the notion itself is … Continue reading Quick Hits – A Word of Encouragement!
2/10/17 With these two dystopian cornerstones we have the two most widely read, most widely referenced, indelibly fascinating and persistently eerie future-shock novels of all time. Honorable mention should go to Ray Bradbury's "Fahrenheit 451" however - that book will likely get a separate review in the coming weeks since it is worthy of note as well. Every other dystopian story told since the … Continue reading Dystopian Book Recommendations -Highlights and Thoughts on Orwell’s “1984” and Huxley’s “Brave New World”