is a rallying cry and a battle plan for constitutional conservatives that takes the form of an oral history looking back from the year 2041 at constitutional conservatives’ successful struggle against progressive dominance. also shows what the country will look like when conservatism is firmly in control and have restored the Founder’s vision
Книга написана с прекрасным чувством юмора и глубоким знанием дела. Автор скрылся под псевдонимом.
Легендарный и блистательный сатирический роман о закулисье N-ского государственного театра оперы и балета имени Дзержинского, в котором без труда угадывается музыкальный театр одной из российских столиц. Несмотря на предуведомление автора, в персонажах романа узнаваемы реальные прототипы «деятелей культуры» и «потомственных, породистых управленцев».
As with his prior book “Conservative Insurgency: The Struggle to Take America Back 2013-2041,” “People’s Republic” takes today’s news and projects the trends out into the future. Funny, frightening and action-packed, “People’s Republic” is a thriller that will make you think as well as keep you turning the pages.
Fox News contributor and author Katie Pavlich says, “They say conservatives are terrible story tellers, but Kurt Schlichter destroys that stereotype in his new novel and issues a dire warning about the future of America.”
Radio host and commentator Ben Shapiro calls “People’s Republic “chilling,” and author and columnist David Limbaugh calls it “a thought-provoking action thriller set against the backdrop of a shattered America.”
“People’s Republic” is the first novel by Kurt Schlichter, a retired Army infantry colonel, a conservative radio and television commentator on the Fox networks and elsewhere, a Senior Columnist at Townhall.com, and a popular and hilarious Twitter raconteur. He's also a trial lawyer, so he has an intimate understanding of evil and deception.
National Review’s Jim Geraghty calls Kurt Schlichter’s “People’s Republic” “a surreal, fast-paced journey through a dramatically different America but less than a generation away.…Violent, imaginative, full of mordant humor and dark, gritty details, you won’t want to live in this People’s Republic… but you’ll feel a chill as you wonder how different our real future will be.” Author and television host Cam Edwards says “Kurt Schlichter's ‘People's Republic’ is a roller coaster ride through a post-election Hellscape that will leave you wanting more.” Radio host Hugh Hewitt say “Schlichter puts a whole flight of Black Swans in the air—each of them plausible—and the result is a riveting, page-turner, and a demand from Schlichter for… more.”
America’s growing political and cultural divisions have finally split the United States apart. Now, as the former blue states begin to collapse under the dead weight of their politically correct tyranny, a lethal operative haunted by his violent past undertakes one last mission to infiltrate and take out his target in the nightmarish city of Los Angeles, deep in the heart of the People’s Republic of North America.
Will ‘The Doughnut’ leave Britain in Air Force One or in a body-bag?
Thanks to Henderson, the original zomcat, Doughnut’s visit becomes more eventful than he could ever imagine.
But Britain faces a problem that’s far worse than plain old zombies.
Desperate for help with his “zombie problem,” Doughnut flies out to see the British Prime Minister.
President Doughnut has built a wall to keep the Mexicans out of America. But can he keep the zombies out too?
Former Russian president, Vladimir P, is going senile, marooned in a world of memories from his years in power. To get him out of the way, he has been exiled to his luxury dacha, where he is served by a coterie of bickering house staff. Only Sheremetev, the guileless nurse charged with Vladimir’s round-the-clock care, is unaware that everyone else is busily using every means at their disposal to skim money from their employer’s inexhaustible riches. But when the nurse suddenly needs to find cash for a bribe or see his nephew rot in jail, the dacha’s chef lets him in on the secret world of ‘commissions’ going on all around him. Yet surely Sheremetev wouldn’t think to steal from his ailing patient? And surely, in the upstanding modern Russia that Vladimir P created, no one would actually let him…