The Bookshelf

By Del Meyer on 04/10/2018 2:04 AM

FOREWORD When we met about twenty years ago, Dr. Meyer was editor of SSV Medicine, the official publication of the three county Sierra Sacramento Valley Medical Society. He maintains an active blog, and a monthly newsletter. An active physician in Sacramento California for 45 years, he often sees patients with obesity and/or diabetes. As a […]

By Del Meyer on 03/09/2018 2:36 PM

By Joel Richard Paul  Laying the foundation BookPage: review by Roger Bishop BookPage Top Pick in Nonfiction, March 2018 When John Marshall was appointed as the fourth chief justice of the United States by President John Adams, the Supreme Court had few cases, no genuine authority and met in the basement of the U.S. Capitol. But from […]

By Del Meyer on 02/09/2018 2:06 PM

Killing the Deep State: The fight to save Donald Trumps’ Presidency By Jerome R Corsi, PhD. NY Times bestselling author Jerome Corsi reveals the secret plan to destroy President Trump. Now Trump must fight back to save his presidency and America. Secretly operating behind the curtain of “national security” in Washington, D.C., exists the […]

By Del Meyer on 01/09/2018 1:41 PM

When History is obtained from film, this creates a new obligation in truth from the entertainment industry as noted by Peggy Noonan in her column this week. This has essentially been true in the biographical book industry. We have just completed Eric Metaxas large volume on Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Pastor, Martyr, Prophet, Spy. We’ve all heard […]

By Del Meyer on 12/09/2017 1:18 PM

by Brett M. Decker, Ed Martin, Phyllis Schlafly Phyllis Schlafly passed away on September 5, 2016, the day before the release of this book. In it, she addresses her fellow conservatives with a passionate plea to ignore establishment kingmakers and support controversial GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump.

By Del Meyer on 11/09/2017 12:54 PM

The Politicization of Motherhood Conservatives cheer and liberals jeer New York psychoanalyst Erica Komisar’s book on the science of early childhood development. By James Taranto | Oct. 27, 2017 | New York WSJ Features Editor Motherhood used to be as American as apple pie. Nowadays it can be as antagonistic as American politics. Ask Erica […]

By Del Meyer on 10/25/2017 6:09 AM

Cheap grace is preaching forgiveness without requiring repentance, baptism without church discipline, Communion without confession. … Cheap grace is grace without discipleship, grace without the cross, grace without Jesus Christ, living and incarnate.” “The time is fulfilled for the German people of Hitler. It is because of Hitler that Christ, God the helper and redeemer, […]

By Del Meyer on 10/25/2017 4:33 AM

Women Vs. Feminists A populist movement—the antifeminist crusade of the mid-1970s—stymied a supposedly inevitable progressive victory. Sound familiar? Kay S. Hymowitz reviews “Divided We Stand” by Marjorie J. Spruill. WSJ | March 9, 2017 The scene may feel familiar: an out-of-touch Republican establishment, bitter debates over gender roles, an angry populist rebellion. In “Divided We […]

By Del Meyer on 09/09/2017 12:24 PM

by Anthony Napoleon, Ph.D. The following excerpt is from the author’s personal website and in his own words. Thus, in the public domain. Dedication: To the men and women who will no longer tolerate the evil that lives and works in the shadows, this book is dedicated to you and your loved ones. [This excerpt […]

By Del Meyer on 08/10/2017 11:57 AM

Stealing from each other: how the welfare state RobsAmericans of Money and spirit Almost all Americans would be better off if none of the federal welfare-state policies of the last century—including Social Security—had ever been enacted. So, argues economist Edgar Browning, and with good reason: In 1900, government played a very small role in the day-to-day […]