For the gift givers arsenal: politically incorrect guides that praise America

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What? A book that lauds the heroism of Vietnam-era warriors, the Founding Fathers and American history with not a trace of touch-up from liberal academes?

Indeed, Regnery Publishing is now offering 25 “Politically Incorrect Guides” on a variety of pivotal subjects which have born the brunt of much revisionist and/or progressive interpretation over the years.

Not here, though.

“In the beginning, the Bible was regarded as the ‘Good Book,’ but today it is under relentless attack from left wing audiences, novelists, and screenwriters to justify their own political agendas,” the publisher says of “The Politically Incorrect Guide to the Bible” by Robert Hutchinson, who refutes all the skeptics in this volume.

“To listen to today’s leftist historians and liberal media, the Vietnam War was a tragic and dismal failure for the U.S. Yet, as author and Vietnam veteran Phillip Jennings shows in The Politically Incorrect Guide to the Vietnam War, Vietnam was not a hopeless, highly-protested, useless fight we lost,” Regnery advises on Mr. Jenning’s work.

“Without the sacrifices made and courage displayed by our military in Vietnam, the world would be a very different place today. The guide at last reveals the truth about the battles, players, and policies of one of the most controversial wars in U.S. history.”

The other 23 “P.I.G.” books offer similar rebuttals in the realms of science, hunting, socialism, the Constitution, the Middle East, feminism and the 1960s, to name a few.

The guides are $20 each; find the information here

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