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  • Bell Curve

    The title of the seminal book by two Harvard Professors, Richard J. Herrnstein and Charles Murray, arguing that human intelligence is substantially influenced by both inherited and environmental factors and that it is a best predictor of success.

  • Rules for Radicals

    A definite guidebook by Saul Alinsky , published in 1971, for the left about how to create anarchy & chaos and tear down the fabric of societies by causing social instability through subversive and divisive rhetoric.

    727 Points
  • Road to Serfdom

    The title of the book by Friedrich Hayek, originally published in 1944.  In ‘Road to Serfdom’ Hayek warns against the dangers of central planning, along with what Orwell described as “an eloquent defense of laissez-faire capitalism.” Hayek shows that the idea that “under a dictatorial government you can be free inside,” is nothing less than […]

    289 Points
  • Dr Seuss

    American writer/illustrator and snowflake trigger of immensely popular children’s books, which were notable for their nonsense words, playful rhymes, and unusual creatures. His books included Horton Hatches the Egg, The Cat in the Hat, How the Grinch Stole Christmas!, Green Eggs and Ham, and Hop on Pop.

  • Charles Murray

    Political Science Professor and the co-author of the book, Bell Curve, attacked by the fascist cancel mob for not following their party line science narrative.

    333 Points
  • Ayn Rand

    The author who wrote the libertarian legendary book, Atlas Shrugged, and said “You can avoid reality but you cannot avoid the consequences of avoiding reality.”

    227 Points