Book Review: The Way Things Ought to Be (1992)

With the tragic passing of Rush Limbaugh, I’ve been thinking a lot about his legacy. I’ve been thinking a lot about his legacy for the past year as his cancer has flared and surged multiple times. I keep wondering what he’ll be remembered for. I wonder if he’ll be remembered at all. That’s part ofContinue reading “Book Review: The Way Things Ought to Be (1992)”

Book Review: In God We Trust: All Others Pay Cash (1966)

Jean Shepard’s 1966 comedic memoir is most remembered for the media that has since eclipsed it’s prominence. It’s the novel that A Christmas Story is based on. That reputation has certainly gone a long way to maintaining its longevity. When it’s paperback was republished in 2010, the book shot up to the top of Amazon’sContinue reading “Book Review: In God We Trust: All Others Pay Cash (1966)”

Book Review – The Triumph of Christianity (2019)

There’s been an interesting awakening in the past four years in regards to the public dialog on religion. Back in 2015, it seemed like all boats were rowing in the same direction online and in real life as the New Atheist movement was counting it’s victories and bringing thousands upon thousands of millions into theContinue reading “Book Review – The Triumph of Christianity (2019)”

PODCAST – Lou Aguilar discusses His New Christmas Novella and Modern Storytelling

This week on The AntiSocial Network, we were joined by the wonderful Lou Aguilar for a discussion about his new book The Christmas Spirit. Lou is a contributor with The American Spectator, a journalist, a Cuban-American patriot and an author with several published books under his belt including his underrated 2018 comedy Paper Tigers. HisContinue reading “PODCAST – Lou Aguilar discusses His New Christmas Novella and Modern Storytelling”