Rex Curry is the subject of the book "Pledge of Allegiance + Swastika Secrets" by the author Ian Tinny. It is a semi-biographical work about jaw-dropping discoveries concerning American heritage uncovered by Dr. Curry, including these revelations: (1) that the Pledge of Allegiance to the flag was the origin of the Nazi salute and Nazi behavior; and (2) that the swastika, although an ancient symbol, was also used to represent crossed "S" letters for "socialism" under Nazism (the National Socialist German Workers Party).
In "Cosmic Evolution: The Accelerated Human," the author James B Lawrence writes "....on rexcurry.net, new discoveries show that American soldiers used the swastika as their symbol early in World War I, and up to 1941, against Germany. The symbol was used by Americans in the French Escadrille Lafayette, by the 45th Infantry Division, and on Boeing P-12 planes. The discoveries are in the growing body of work by the historian Dr. Rex Curry (author of 'Swastika Secrets'). He has previously shown how socialists in the USA originated the modern swastika as overlapping 'S' letters for 'Socialists' joining together in a utopian 'Socialist Society.' During the time when American soldiers adopted the swastika, the symbol was associated in the USA with the growing popularity of 'military socialism,' a dogma touted by Edward Bellamy, the American author of the international bestseller 'Looking Backward,' (1887) known as the bible of National Socialism. The symbol was also famous in the USA as alphabetical symbolism for socialism in the Theosophical Society (TS), from 1875. In 1888, the Theosophical Society teamed up with Bellamy's Nationalist movement for military socialism. The 'Bellamy swastika' spread. By 1915, the symbol was also widely popular as an ornamental 'Good Luck' symbol, as in a 1915 postcard showing the American flag posed favorably with a swastika." Introduction page ix and in works cited.
The book "Drug Detection Dog Training" by the author Ian Tinny cites Attorney Curry's work concerning courtroom presentation of scientific evidence concerning the use of K-9s in law enforcement.
The author Jonah Goldberg cites Dr. Rex Curry in the book "Liberal Fascism: The Secret History of the American Left, From Mussolini to the Politics of Meaning" - "Religion was the glue that held this American national socialism together. Bellamy believed that his brand of socialist nationalism was the true application of Jesus' teachings. His cousin Francis Bellamy, the author of the Pledge of Allegiance, was similarly devoted. A founding member of the first Nationalist Club of Boston and co-founder of the Society of Christian Socialists, Francis wrote a Sermon, "Jesus, the Socialist," that electrified parishes acorss the country. In an expression of his "military socialism," the Pledge of Allegiance was accompanied by a [stiff-arm] salute to the flag in American public schools. Indeed, some contend that the Nazis got the idea for their salute from America. (page 216).
The story of the Pledge of Allegiance and its National Socialist roots is a fascinating one. Dr. Rex Curry, a passionate libertarian, has made the issue his white whale. (page 440, n. 25)
Rex Curry is lauded in the new book "From a 'Race of Masters' to a 'Master Race': 1948 to 1848" by the author A. E. Samaan (800 pages, published 2013).
"Dr. Rex Curry, the professor and attorney from Florida, has debated and largely proven the unavoidable evidence that Hitler's National Socialism was significantly influenced by Bellamy's 'nationalistic' form of 'socialism.' Curry is famous for making the claim that Hitler adopted the 'stiff-arm salute' from Francis and Edward Bellamy." (Samaan at page 589). rexcurry.net
"Thus, Dr. Curry's claims that much of the fanfare and propaganda we now attribute to the Hitler Youth and the Nuremberg rallies actually originated with American customs, are definitely sound." (Samaan at page 590).
"Professor Curry ... has been researching the link between Hitler's National Socialism and Edward Bellamy's 'socialistic' form of 'nationalism.' " (Samaan at page 594).
"....Dr. Rex Curry, a libertarian lawyer who has done vast research on the Pledge's socialist roots, provides pro bono services nationwide to educate students and teachers about 'the right to reject robotic ritualism.' The history of the Pledge simply proves Upham and Ford were able to capitalize on the promotion of Bellamy's socialist agenda, and it's not over yet."
- LINDA BENTLEY of Sonoran News, Arizona
"Dear Dr. Curry -- Thanks for your help on short notice last night. The subject of the Pledge of Allegiance came up in connection with a rally at a local college in support of the phrase 'under God.' Your material made a terrific sidebar. Little known facts from the past."
- RANDY WRIGHT, Executive Editor, Daily Herald, Provo, UT
"My Life in Court Led Me to Libertarian Environmentalism" by Dr. Rex Curry is chapter 27 of the book "Why Liberty" at page 211, edited by Marc Guttman.
"Americans on Politics, Policy, and Pop Culture: The 101 Best Opinion Editorials" From OpEds.com by Jason Wright, Aaron Lee and Courtney Marsh on Amazon.com contains the chapter "Tree Laws Kill Trees" by Rex Curry.
This is an excerpt on page 46: "As an attorney, I am consulted by property owners who want to remove trees without fear of tree-preservation laws. I cannot advise clients to ignore laws (though tree laws often seem easy to ignore). I can tell clients what a lot of people do: they don't plant any trees that are protected by tree laws. And any tree protected in tree laws that is still small enough to be legally killed, is killed.
Tree laws can be amended, so that every tree is a potential risk that a property owner will be restricted by government in the future alteration of his property. Tree laws make treeless property the safest route.
Tree laws kill trees, as every libertarian knows. And rightfully so, because tree laws violate private property rights by 'socializing' trees.
All freedom is founded on private property."