Colonel Roosevelt: Review

Theodore Roosevelt is on safari in Africa, hunting big game for the Smithsonian. Where the presidency tires out most men,…

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Theodore Rex: Review

That damn cowboy is President of the United States! Indeed, an assassin’s bullet made Theodore Roosevelt President at age 42,…

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The Rise of Theodore Roosevelt: Review

“I feel sorry for McKinley,” noted a contemporary observer. “He has a man of destiny behind him.” This phrase gave…

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Quintus Curtius’ Digest: Review

“It is easy to make a eunuch out of a man, but it is impossible to make a man out…

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Do You NEED to Take the “Red Pill?”

Every man wants to get better with women, and most men who become unorthodox thinkers will come across a set…

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Herodotus: The Histories: Review

If you think that you are immortal and that you command an army which is also immortal, it will be…

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Do the Kind Thing: Review

When studying successful businesses and entrepreneurs, it behooves the student to look at every sector. The food, beverage, health, and…

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Titan: The Life of John D. Rockefeller, Sr: Review

When you think about the rapacious capitalism of the Gilded Age, one name comes to mind above all others: John…

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Patriarch: George Washington and the New American Nation: Review

George Washington. The name is more godlike than human. It’s the name of a man that’s made of stone and…

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