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Letter from a Birmingham Jail

This Letter, more than any other piece written by King, embodies the wisdom and the heart of a man who is rightly celebrated as one of the greatest civil rights leaders of the modern age. Letter from a Birmingham Jail by Martin Luther King, Jr.: 16 April 1963 My Dear Fellow Clergymen: While confined here in the Birmingham city jail,… Read more →

Someone Stole My Book Cover!

Being an independent author and publisher isn’t easy. You’re oftentimes trying to produce quality material on top of holding a day job and without the marketing budgets big publishers have to bring in the readers who make it all worthwhile. It’s even more difficult when you produce good stuff because, inevitably, other authors and publishers will steal that stuff and… Read more →

The Logic of Life: A Scientific and Logical Defense of the Pro-Life Position

Each year, thousands of people march on the US Supreme Court to peacefully protest one of the most critical decisions that body has ever made. In 1973, the court decided that a woman’s right to privacy trumps the right to life of a fetus she may be carrying, essentially legalizing abortion at any time for any reason. The result is… Read more →