Just the Best Literature

Just the Best Literature

Just the Best Literature inspires you to not only read printed books, but to read only the best books. Besides books, host Dennis Leap will lead discussions on other current literature such as essays and important articles.


In this straightforward essay, Mr. Krauthammer discusses the “perils of bilingualism.” Host Dennis Leap, with guest Deborah Leap, discuss America’s political struggle to declare English as the official language. The Democratic left considers it racist to do so.

In his tongue-in-cheek essay “The Appeal of Ordeal,” Charles Krauthammer takes us deep into his thinking about the “human propensity to test the worthiness of a thing by seeing how well it stands up to abuse.” Host Dennis Leap, with guest Deborah Leap, finish discussing the essay, commenting on Krauthammer’s view of the ordeal of survivorship and the ordeal of lessons learned.

In his tongue-in-cheek essay “The Appeal of the Ordeal,” Krauthammer takes us deep into his thinking about the “human propensity to test the worthiness of a thing by seeing how well it stands up to abuse.” Host Dennis Leap continues his discussion of Krauthammer’s reflection over people’s willingness to prove themselves by running a marathon, and he begins a discussion of the ordeal of culture elite.

In his tongue-in-cheek essay “The Appeal of Ordeal,” Mr. Krauthammer takes us deep into his thinking about the “human propensity to test the worthiness of a thing by seeing how well it stands up to abuse.” Host Dennis Leap focuses on Krauthammer’s reflection over people’s willingness to prove themselves by running a marathon.



Host Dennis Leap discusses Charles Krauthammer’s superb essay “Are We Alone in the Universe?” Incredible technology has been developed to help man see into the vast universe. With the discovery that at least 25 billion planets could possibly support life, scientists are asking, “Is Earth the only planet in the universe that has life?”