BOOK REVIEW: Steve Jobs Copied Horst Schulze’s No-Nonsense Guide to Becoming the Best

BOOK REVIEW: Steve Jobs Copied Horst Schulze’s No-Nonsense Guide to Becoming the Best

Horst Schulze was at age five, a boy with a dream. He wanted to work in a hotel. The rest is history. He went on to be the founding president and COO of one of the foremost brands in the hotel industry, the Ritz-Carlton. Under his legendary leadership, Ritz-Carlton became the first and only hotel…
BOOK REVIEW: One Nation Under God: A Review of THE SOUL OF AN AMERICAN PRESIDENT

BOOK REVIEW: One Nation Under God: A Review of THE SOUL OF AN AMERICAN PRESIDENT

Little has been written about President Dwight D. Eisenhower’s faith journey. Those who wrote about Ike’s faith generally characterized it as something that was politically expedient. He was accused of using his religious faith only as a means to stir up patriotic fervor during the Cold War. In The Soul of an American President: The…
BOOK REVIEW: The Real and Only Adventure In Life is to Learn and Face Truth

BOOK REVIEW: The Real and Only Adventure In Life is to Learn and Face Truth

The Rev. James V. Schall’s “Docilitas: On Teaching and Being Taught” is an antidote to what has evolved on today’s college campuses with the suppression of dialogue among students, faculty and administrators. In this book, the late Fr. Schall, a Professor Emeritus from Georgetown University, reminds us about the ‘sacred’ search for Truth, the importance…
BOOK REVIEW: Embrace the Worthwhile Struggles of Life and Become All You Are Intended to Be

BOOK REVIEW: Embrace the Worthwhile Struggles of Life and Become All You Are Intended to Be

For author Patrick McCaskey, Worthwhile Struggle is the fourth book of his “Sports and Faith Series” and his best effort yet. As with past books, McCaskey draws heavily from his experience with the Chicago Bears as the grandson of George Halas*, his passion for his Catholic Faith, his commitment to family, and his formative years…
BOOK REVIEW: A Torch Kept Lit—A look at the 20th Century thru the eyes of America’s undisputed Godfather of Modern Conservativism

BOOK REVIEW: A Torch Kept Lit—A look at the 20th Century thru the eyes of America’s undisputed Godfather of Modern Conservativism

William Buckley, Jr. is considered to be the “undisputed godfather of modern American conservativism.” He was on the national stage for 50 years as the founder and publisher of the National Review, which is published semi-monthly; and also as the TV host who had the longest-running public affairs show in television history, Firing Line (33…