Good Political Reads

On my shelf, and my “to read list” about a critical era of American history.



Liberty
and Tyranny: A Conservative Manifesto [NOOKbook] by Mark R. Levin

A good hard hitting read on the title topics, and why they are so important to understand.

Glenn
Beck’s Common Sense: The Case Against an Ouf-of-Control Government, Inspired by
Thomas Paine [NOOKbook]
by Glenn
Beck
, Joe
Kerry
Glenn Beck is one of my most favorite people. If the American Republic survives, it will be because of men like him.

The
Roots of Obama’s Rage
by Dinesh
D’Souza
If the thesis of this book is true, then hold on to your hat.

What’s
So Great About America
by Dinesh
D’Souza
A great little read on America from the perspective of an Indian imigrant.


Bloodlands:
Europe Between Hitler and Stalin
by Timothy
Snyder
On my “to read” list, but hasn’t percollated to the top yet.

Dreams
from My Father: A Story of Race and Inheritance
by Barack
Obama
Read this alongside of  The Roots of Obamas Rage.

Courage
and Consequence: My Life as a Conservative in the Fight
by Karl
Rove
On my “to read” list, because I want to know as much as possible about a very consequential Bush administration. I hope to get around to it some day.

Going
Rogue: An American Life
by Sarah
Palin
I’ve reviewd this elsewhere in this blog. I greatly admire this woman.


3 responses to “Good Political Reads

  1. Love your selection of books (re: Good Political Reads). Might I suggest Thomas Sowell’s Dismantling America, Robert Natelson’s “The Original Constitution”, and Mark Levin’s “The Liberty Amendments”. All three are an excellent investment of time. Have just started “Liberty’s Secrets” by Joshua Charles… for a 27 year old, his “Introduction” in the book is insightful for those of us in an older generation who wish to reach out to younger folks! Aloha…. Great site!

    • CrainSon3 — Thank you for your kind words, and the tips for good reads. As for your comment “for a 27 year old” recall the age of one Alexander Hamilton when he was instrumental in founding this great nation.

      I see you are now following my site … welcome aboard.

  2. I’d forgotten about young Mr. Hamilton! Provides me with a whole new perspective towards Mr. Charles… thank you for reminding me of that easily forgotten fact. Aloha!

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