Book Review: "PUSH BACK"

Thanks to everyone at the Education Policy Conference in St. Louis for a fabulous welcome. And my appreciation to the Constitutional Coalition for having me speak Jan. 31.

Here’s what people are saying about my just-released book, PUSH BACK:

There is little defense against an unseen enemy. Without an awareness of who the enemy is, what is its agenda, from which direction it will come, or what methods it will use to con you, ostracize you, or even destroy you, the enemy will most likely prevail. Unless you are equipped to recognize and challenge such an enemy with efficient tools or weapons, you are helpless against it. Renowned author, Beverly Eakman, in her new book PUSH BACK, gives you not only the tools to recognize the concealed, but well-trained, political subversives of our era, but the "weapons" to effectively disarm them. We highly recommend this book to those who seek freedom from the ongoing assaults imposed by today’s brand of psychological warfare, and those truly determined to successfully confront such tyranny head-on.

 -- Ron Ewart, President, National Association of Rural Landowner (

In an era in which we are all constantly being manipulated by government, special interest groups, and others, Push Back! How to Take a Stand Against Groupthink, Bullies, Agitators, and Professional Manipulators by B.K. Eakman ($14.95, Skyhorse Publishing, softcover) examines scenarios of mass indoctrination and demonstrates how to recognize and counter them effectively. An educator and international and national human rights advocate, Eakman, provides a guide to spotting how professional manipulators exert power over a room and steer discussions back to their agendas without ever answering audience questions or addressing their concerns. They often employ techniques to ostracize those who challenge their assertions, questioning or criticizing them. This is an extremely useful book when hoaxes and deceptions are advanced by such people.

-- Alan Caruba, at 

Beverly Eakman confronts like a Bengal Tiger. 

Her unflagging dedication to exposing the psychological manipulation and deception awash in our educational system and society as a whole is beyond praiseworthy. Her latest book, PUSH BACK follows in that tradition. The book is a veritable blueprint on how to handle the psychological warfare so prevalent in our educational system and elsewhere. 

She reveals the psych techniques in great detail, and then gives you the information on exactly how to deal with them. If you care about our country read this book.

And if you really want to see what has happened to American education, take the entrance exam to Jersey City high school circa 1885, at the back of the book. And when you recover get active.

-- best selling author, John Truman Wolfe (

Perhaps the biggest reason for [the] disconnect between [a school initiative called] “inBloom” and the general public is best explained by Push Back author, B.K. Eakman. In an interview with Breitbart News, Eakman stated, "inBloom operates from a world viewpoint put out in the mainstream media that data collection is okay." She also said she feels the public's fears are not allayed because people wonder why potentially massively invasive personal information is being collected at all. As Eakman posited, "If you like your privacy, you can't keep it." And for this very reason, the contentious data collection debate will likely continue.  

-- Merrill Hope, Breitbart News, Feb. 7, 2014 


Book Review: “Agenda Games: How Today’s High-Stakes Political Combat Works”

B.K. Eakman’s Agenda Games: How Today’s High-Stakes Political Combat Works ($17.95, Midnight Whistler Publishers, softcover) takes the reader whose only information about politics comes from the mainstream media and pulls back the curtain on every political “game” in which legislators and candidates engage. She takes the reader, chapter by chapter to discover the way politicians address (or don’t address) issues involving health care, the budget, national security, education and others. Like many of her generation, she had moved from support for an ever-growing government to one that questioned Big Government. Only she devoted herself to uncovering the truth about how politics-as-manipulation had brought so many to this place. Her book is well worth reading if you keep wondering why you are hearing and reading things that your eyes and common sense says just ain’t so.  — Alan Caruba, Editor,, Oct. 2012.

Book Review: "A Common Sense Platform for the 21st Century"

A full book review can be found on WorldNetDaily (with an audio version at the top of the print review):

Also, a new, full book review of my new book is up at:

Beverly Eakman’s book is FANTASTIC! Not just the platform-type recommendations, but ALL of it. Every American needs to read it, preferably well before the national election in 2012. --Joan Battey, writer-columnist, Apalachin, NY

Book Review: "Walking Targets: How Our Psychologized Classrooms Are Producing a Nation of Sitting Ducks"

Walking Targets paints a frightening picture of a society where children are less and less equipped to resist tyranny, at the same time that data gathering, profiling and surveillance make tyranny a more and more present reality. The author's vivid writing style and constant use of stories and examples make the book as interesting and readable as it is thought-provoking and disturbing. 

Eagle Forum
Full Review

Book Review: "Cloning of the American Mind: Eradicating Morality through Education"

"Cloning of the American Mind: Eradicating Morality through Education is one of the best books I have ever read. The book discusses in detail the dark side of public education and the role psychiatry and psychology have had in perverting education.   Having worked for about 3 years as a substitute teacher, in two very different school systems, I witnessed firsthand some of what the book discusses. To an extent, I can also confirm the claims the book makes concerning psychology, as I have an advanced degree in the subject (MA, general psychology). This is definitely a book every parent, teacher, and anyone involved with public education should read.”  

Richard J. Brzostek – New England


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