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6 Books That Dig Into The Immigration Debate

Immigration is one of the most hotly contested issues of our day. While the divide may appear to be along partisan lines, that is not always the case because of just how complicated the issue of immigration is. It’s about more than criminal aliens and a border wall. What about [...]

5 Books That Honor Our Law Enforcement

Around the country in the past few years, police have come under attack, sometimes for good reason, but usually with unnecessary violence that attacks and institution that was built on the premise of protecting our society and making it safe for everyone. Blue Lives Matter arose in response to not [...]

FFL’s 2018 Reading Challenge

Here at FFL, we’re a big fan of books, and we know that many of you all are too.  Last year, we did something special and put together a reading challenge, which you can find here, and we’re doing it again in 2018! We have put together an FFL Reading [...]

I Read Clarence Thomas’s Autobiography, And Here Is What I Learned

Clarence Thomas is a champion for conservatism - steadfast in his principles, and the embodiment of the American Dream. In his memoir, My Grandfather’s Son, Thomas describes his life, from his easy-going childhood, to the troubled days of his youth, to the adventure of his Supreme Court nomination. Throughout his life, [...]

GIFT GUIDE: 18 Must Read Books For The History Lover

I’m a voracious reader, and when I’m interested in learning more about a topic, I always turn to a book. That is especially true with history, because the breadth of history books out there is quite impressive. Recently, I’ve been thinking about all of the major wars that the United [...]

A Busy Girl’s Guide For Making Time To Read

Let’s face it, we’ve all had that moment where we complain about never having any time to read that new book we caught sight of online or heard about from friends. We’re too tired, we don’t have enough time, or we have too many things going on. In today’s world, [...]

How To Best Utilize Your Local Library

As a voracious reader on a limited budget, I’ve always loved my local library. I’ve been a card-carrying member since birth pretty much. Even though I go to college 700 miles away, I still utilize my home library nearly every day in some way. Libraries are absolute treasures. If you [...]