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Wakefield Tolbert

Location: Rome IT
Website: http://t.co/1RCBUc8UVV


Interests include Real Estate Appraisal, Poison Dart Frogs, Travel, Gardening, Crocodilians, (Caimans, Crocodiles, Alligators, Gavials) Landscaping, Homeschooling, Conservative politics, Politics, Christian Theology, Parenting, Religion, History, Economics, Environmental issues, Philosophy, Reading, Graffiti, Blogging, Poetry (some of it) Cooking, Food, Science, The Apostle Paul, Southern Legends, Exotic Species, Real Art. Personal heroes might include Emperor Palpatine. Favorite books: At Dawn We Slept, Liability, Afghanistan: the Soviet War, Taking Sides: Clashing Views on Controversial Psychological Issues, The Death of the West, Nicaragua: Revolution in the Family, Losing Ground, The Closing of the American Mind, Why Government Can't Save You, Breaking Faith, The Letters of J. R. R. Tolkien, The Jungle, Lord Of The Rings, The Fountainhead, US Ground Forces and the Defense of Central Europe, Dezinformatsia--the Strategy of Soviet Disinformation, Nuclear Weapons and the Threat of Nuclear War, The Hobbit, The Spirit of Democratic Capitalism, The Real Lincoln, Philosophy--Who Needs It, The Naked Public Square, Official Lies, Capitalism and Freedom, Betrayal, Toxic Terror, Give Me a Break, Having It Y'all, Of Wolves & Men, The Universe Next Door, The Center of the World, None Dare Call It Education, Survival Is Not Enough, Outrage, Dictatorships and Double Standards, How Now Shall We Live, Exodus, The Ultimate Resource, How Democracies Perish, Parliament of Whores, The Government Against the Economy, Atlas Shrugged, The Good Life, The Case for Faith, What's So Great About Christianity, The Art of War, Mere Christianity, Ocean Almanac, The War Against the Intellect, Can Man Live Without God, The Consequences of Ideas, Useful Idiots, The Soul of Science, Lord of the Flies, The Capitalist Revolution Favorite quote: "The act of defending any of the cardinal virtues has . . . all the exhilaration of a vice." --G.K. Chesterton