I dedicate entire pages on this website to my individual full-length books. This page features my shorter research projects, some of which are nonreligious in nature.
Open Letter to an NPC Nation: A Case for Personal Gun Ownership
The Second Amendment protects the right of individual American citizens to own personal firearms. By extension, it ensures that all of our other God-given rights are not infringed upon by would-be tyrannical governments and leaders. Historically, this has been accepted and well-understood by most Americans up until the recent rise of NPCs. NPCs are “individuals” who are incapable of and unwilling to think for themselves and instead scream buzzwords and memorized slogans that have been spoon-fed to them by the mainstream media. Unfortunately, these folks have been taught to hate their own right to self-defense as well as yours…and they are getting louder in their desperate cries to disarm all law-abiding American citizens.
With logic and wit, David K. Thomas unapologetically defends the Second Amendment in this approachable and informative open letter. You will not hear this opinion in public schools or through the mainstream media, much less on a college campus. This book will equip the reader to counter many of the leftist talking points surrounding today’s gun rights debate. As Americans, we must logically defend our Constitutional rights in this nation before we lose them, especially the right to bear arms. This short book will show you how.
Open Letter to an NPC Nation can be purchased here: https://www.amazon.com/Open-Letter-NPC-Nation-Ownership/dp/1652024174/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=Open+Letter+to+an+NPC+Nation&qid=1579014469&sr=8-1
Copyright © 2020 by David K. Thomas. All Rights Reserved.
Cinema Wars: Hollywood and the Third Reich, 1938-1941
Americans joined World War II after Imperial Japan attacked Pearl Harbor. Or did they? The Western world has devolved into a realm of moral relativism and pluralism and yet there remains one group that Americans are permitted, nay encouraged, to despise: Nazis. As a result, we do not give a second thought to movies that portray Nazis in a negative light. Yet the assumption of Nazis being evil is not in fact timeless. Indeed it was formed by allied propaganda throughout World War II. Unsurprisingly, this propaganda included Hollywood films. What is surprising, however, is that many of these films were released when the United States was still officially neutral; before Imperial Japan attacked Pearl Harbor. Most history books on World War II start with the assumption that the United States wished to rid Europe of Nazis. This book examines how that assumption was originally manufactured and nurtured and what the implications of this may be.
Cinema Wars can be purchased here:
Copyright © 2018 by David K. Thomas. All Rights Reserved.