Book Proposal: Update

By Christopher Zoukis A proposal for Killing God’s Enemies:  The Secret History of the Crazy War Against Blacks, Jews and the U.S. Government was recently posted (December 22, 2014).  One person who read the proposal indicated that no mainstream publisher would pick up such a title.  This opinion was probably correct.  However, one never knows […]

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Book Proposal

By Christopher Zoukis Killing God’s Enemies relates the origin, history and activities of the church of Christian Identity and its violent outgrowth called the Phineas Priesthood.  In doing so, the book reveals the group’s philosophy of hate; their methodology, which is death to all blacks, Jews, homosexuals and abortionists; and their goal, which is an […]

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The Curious Case of Legal Mail

By Christopher Zoukis / Huffington Post Inmates in every jail and prison across America retain certain inalienable rights, even while behind bars. One such right is the First Amendment: the right to free speech. Now obviously there are some procedural modifications and limitations that occur within the correctional context, but it is a right nonetheless. […]

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How To Find A Princess

By Christopher Zoukis Hans Christian Andersen wrote a fairy tale which he called The Princess and the Pea, or Prinsessen pa Aerten.  The story is simple:  once upon a time there was a rich and handsome prince, who needed to find a wife.  Being a true blueblood, he refused to marry anyone but a true […]

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Stephen King on E-Books

By Christopher Zoukis Stephen King and others talk about e-books, their potential and the changes taking place in the publishing industry.  According to King, e-books are simply the “delivery system.”  The important part is “the content.”  Good content is the focal point of books, blogs and websites.  If the content is good, the readers will […]

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