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New book from Kyle Bristow.


Toledo, Ohio – Kyle Bristow, the author of the fictional novel White Apocalypse has published a series of political essays in his brand-new book, The Conscience of a Right-Winger. The 180-page book is available for purchase from Amazon.com for the price of $12.99. The book comes recommended by Tom Tancredo, Jared Taylor, William Johnson, Dr. Virginia Deane Abernethy, Craig Bodeker, and Dr. Tomislav Sunic.

Dedicated “To the real Right,” essays contained within The Conscience of a Right-Winger deal in matters involving gun rights, the legal basis for outlawing homosexuality, the takeover of Rhodesia by black communists, NAFTA and the American economy, General Francisco Franco’s crusade against communism, the threat of globalism to Western civilization, an essay that argues that people of European ancestry can and should mobilize along racial lines to defend their interests, and much more.

Said the reviewers of The Conscience of a Right-Winger:

“The Conscience of a Right-Winger gives the reader a chance to see how a clear thinking young conservative activist sees the world. In doing so, one also can be armed with thoughtful and concise arguments for supporting a conservative worldview. The book is an amalgamation of essays, most of which were produced by the author in an attempt to prove to liberal professors that intelligent conservative thought not only exists, but is being nourished even in the ‘belly of the beast’ we call public higher education in this country. It must have come as quite a shock to people whose worldview has been confined by the cloistered environment of the halls of academe.”
Tom Tancredo
Former U.S. Congressman and 2008 Republican Candidate for President

“This remarkable collection of essays shows keen insight into an impressive variety of fields: Constitutional analysis, race relations, politics, history, and international relations. Mr. Bristow calls his perspective ‘conservative,’ but I am struck more by his relentless willingness to follow facts to their logical conclusions. Mr. Bristow writes as well as he thinks, which makes him a pleasure—and not just an education—to read.”
Jared Taylor
Editor, American Renaissance