People will think again…

I noticed this morning on Amazon that the #1 Amazon bestseller is “The Overton Window” by Glenn Beck

http://www.glennbeck.com/content/books/

Hayeks- “The Road To Serfdom”, first written over sixty years ago is #2 at Amazon.

Rands- “Atlas Shrugged” was written over fifty years ago, its # 11…..no small feat, since Atlas is over 1,000 pages and is loaded with philosophical ideas most people would never contemplate. Many have rated Atlas Shrugged as the most influential book in their lives, after the bible.

I recommend all three, (not the bible) however I have yet to read Becks new book.

Something is changing in America, and its more than just a “political swing’. Culturally, we are going through some sort of a paradigm shift. Since it seems these things happen every 70-80 years (Revolution, to the Civil War, to the  New Deal/WWII, to Now).

Below is a link to Becks Tuesday, June 15th T.V. show, registration is free, I recommend it. Glenn Beck interviews Yaron Brook, President of the Ayn Rand Center and Vince Flynn, author.

http://usaguns.net/patriots/beckll.html

The interview above has an amazing gem starting at about 38 minutes into the video, where Yaron Brook talks about “thinking”, the “ability to think” that is important as it relates to Statism and the direction tyrannts are attempting to pull us toward today.

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One Response to People will think again…

  1. The Glenn Beck Review says:

    Interesting post. I have a review of Overton’s Window, the political theory, on my blog that might interest you.

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