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Craig Stephen Cooper

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Final Flight of the Ranegr

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Don't Burn This Book by Dave  Rubin
“Researchers at the University of Missouri had found a “gender equality paradox” when they studied 475,000 teenagers across the globe. They noted that hyperegalitarian countries such as Finland, Norway, and Sweden had a smaller percentage of female STEM graduates than countries such as Albania and Algeria, which are considered less advanced”
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Don't Burn This Book by Dave  Rubin
“If we’re going to confront reality honestly, then nothing can be off-limits. Our power structures, our political leaders, and our religious institutions all must be fair game in a free society. There’s a fine line when jokes and mockery become cruel and pointless, but this is the line comedians have toed since the beginning of time. We must relentlessly defend their ability not only to push our limits but also to occasionally trip over the line into sacrilege and controversy.”
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Don't Burn This Book by Dave  Rubin
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I can assure you, the negative reviews this book is receiving are completely and utterly undeserved.

In the early chapters, Dave Rubin delineates a story of his coming-out as a gay man in a way that is actually quite hilarious. I realise that for him
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Final Flight of the Ranegr by Craig Stephen Cooper
"As a novice to the world of Sci-fi, Final Fight of the Ranegr was a great first Sci-fi book to read. It included a good amount of romance, action and just overall fun. The story line is great and I especially loved the parts of it when the 3 protagon" Read more of this review »
Final Flight of the Ranegr by Craig Stephen Cooper
"It saddens me to report that this very articulate book left me with a bad case of cold feet. The author's sharp command of English, which never shines more than in the dialogues, unfortunately does not extend to the technicalities of narratology: whe" Read more of this review »
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Surprised by Joy by C.S. Lewis
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House of Islam by Ed Husain
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A must read for everyone. Islam needs to be criticised, especially given the last two decades of history. But it is imperative for critics to know exactly what they are criticising and why. This book is an excellent start to understanding the path we ...more
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“Don’t Burn This Book may not usher in world peace, balance the national debt, or improve your sex life, but while those are worthy pursuits, that wasn’t my goal. Instead, I want to champion the values that keep people safe, sane, and free.”
Dave Rubin, Don't Burn This Book: Thinking for Yourself in an Age of Unreason

“If we’re going to confront reality honestly, then nothing can be off-limits. Our power structures, our political leaders, and our religious institutions all must be fair game in a free society. There’s a fine line when jokes and mockery become cruel and pointless, but this is the line comedians have toed since the beginning of time. We must relentlessly defend their ability not only to push our limits but also to occasionally trip over the line into sacrilege and controversy.”
Dave Rubin, Don't Burn This Book: Thinking for Yourself in an Age of Unreason

“Researchers at the University of Missouri had found a “gender equality paradox” when they studied 475,000 teenagers across the globe. They noted that hyperegalitarian countries such as Finland, Norway, and Sweden had a smaller percentage of female STEM graduates than countries such as Albania and Algeria, which are considered less advanced”
Dave Rubin, Don't Burn This Book: Thinking for Yourself in an Age of Unreason

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