|ISIS burns Christian books (March 2016)|
Banned Books Week starts today. It's not really all that it seems, really. It is an annual campaign that the American Library Association and the Amnesty International. It was started back in 1982 at the behest of the American Association of Publishers as a marketing event that they suggested to activist Judith Krug.
Although it purports to defend the First Amendment, in practice these days what it does is push an agenda. This year, the official theme of Banned Books Week is "Celebrating Diversity." I wish I were kidding.
|Can't get this in many countries|
but it's free on Amazon for us
Like this classic. Currently completely illegal in NorthKorea, severely restricted as to who can own or publish in a whole bunch of countries ranging from China to almost the entire Middle East, some parts of Africa and South-East Asia. I'm linking to a well-reviewed version that is available for free. Get it while it's legal.