Category Archives: Books

A Glimpse of America’s Future

“ill-clothed against the cold and fitted in dogcollars and yoked each to each.” Continue reading

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Professor Codevilla On The Ruling Class

In “The Ruling Class”, Codevilla pegs the current political paradigm of the United States. He sat for an interview with the DC Caller recently, http://dailycaller.com/2010/09/12/10-questions-with-the-ruling-class-author-angelo-m-codevilla/ The new book is based on his recent piece in the American Spectator, http://spectator.org/archives/2010/07/16/americas-ruling-class-and-the/print

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Book recommendations, economics and politics

Basic Economics, Thomas Sowell Economics In One Lesson, Henry Hazlitt Atlas Shrugged, Ayn Rand A History of the American People, Paul Johnson Those Dirty Rotten Taxes, Charles Adams A New American Tea Party, John O’Hara Constitutional Chaos, Judge Andrew P. … Continue reading

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The Aquariums of Pyongyang, book review

Its been a while since I have read this one, but it has been “one of those books” that has stayed with me since reading it. Basically it is an autobiographical account of one mans journey out of North Korea, … Continue reading

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“Neoconservatism, An Obituary For An Idea” – Ongoing Review

Written by C. Bradley Thompson with Yaron Brook, released just a few days ago. This is a much needed, long awaited, close philosophical look at the driving ideology of George W Bush, and others in the neo-con movement.

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Arthur C. Brooks, “The Battle”, a review.

Arthur C. Brooks has written several books including “Who Really Cares” and “Gross National Happiness”. I currently own “Who” but have not read it yet. The full title for his new book is “The Battle, How the fight between free enterprise … Continue reading

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