Entries by Brian Hess

Review of “Tales of New America”

Tales of New America by Gunther Roosevelt reviewed by Brian Hess This newly-published collection of stories is based upon a scenario described on the volume’s back cover: 20–50 years from now when America has fallen apart economically, socially and racially. The Federal Government loses control as revenue dwindles and poverty spreads. To survive, States begin […]

Review of Jack’s War: Through the Gates of Hell

Jack’s War: Through the Gates of Hell by C. C. Conrad CreateSpace, May, 2012; 188 pages Jack’s War  is the latest effort at White advocacy through the medium of fiction. It is confessedly a work of propaganda; as one of the book’s characters observes: “propaganda is really no more than an effort to convey one’s […]