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No He Can’t: How Barack Obama Is Dismantling Hope and Change

Kevin McCullough

Accepting his party’s presidential nomination in the summer of 2008, Barack Obama beamed while Denver’s stadium rocked with gauzy chants from adoring admirers.  But looming beyond the deafening roar was a harsh reality that too few were willing to face just yet: Some “hope” is too audacious to believe, and just because a smooth talker proclaims something, doesn’t make it true.


The Unusual Suspect: My Calling to the New Hardcore Movement Of Faith
Stephen Baldwin – September 2006
Stephen’s personal testimony of life and faith.  Follow the youngest Baldwin brother as he confronts God, and strikes out on the most unique journey and adventure of his life. A book that is filled with honesty. And ultimately HOPE.

The Kind of Man Every Man Should Be
Kevin McCullough – October 2008
(Autographed Copies Available)
Hailed by critics as the most important book written to the issue of what the modern male faces in modern life. This text has been cited as required reading for anyone seeking to raise, teach, date, engage, or marry a man. This empowering by very vulnerable work is McCullough’s follow-up to his original best-selling hard cover.

The Death and Life of Gabriel Phillips
Stephen Baldwin – November 2008
A mystery novel in the tradition of “Dead Man Walking.”  Twists, turns, murder, and redemption footnote this first novel by Stephen Baldwin.  An unbelievably fast read that keeps the reader holding to the edge of their seat from start to finish. A book that will stand Christianity on its head, and cause non-Christians and Christians alike to re-evaluate the things they cherish most.

MuscleHead Revolution: Overturning Liberalism w/ Commonsense Thinking
Kevin McCullough – September 2006
(Autographed Copies Available)
Kevin McCullough’s debut hard cover book written in every day language and argued with intense commitment to truth. Powerful illustrations footnote these core principles of a Biblical worldview and their direct impact on the conservative belief system, and it’s ability to change the world. Critically reviewed this everyday book has earned both scholarly praise and the pat on the back from every day people.