Monday, February 9, 2009

Book Suggestions?

I am a voracious reader and would love book suggestions from people. Anything. From mystery/suspense to political, from biographies to chick books, from scientific and mathematical to random. Please help me fill my library. I dream of having a house one day with a gigantic library, full of books.

4 comments:

  1. Read the book "The 5000 Year Leap" by Skousen

    Read this Read this (about liberty and freedom)

    A Miracle that changed the world. Principles of Freedom 101.

    The books subject matter is all about the founding fathers words, intent, and the framing of the US constitution. The title of the book seems distracting to me, however the books material is amazing. You will discover the 28 principles of freedom, and learn why the founders opposed socialism. Just the first 25 pages is worth the price of the book alone. You will never be aloud to learn this history in school.

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  2. I'm reading The Real Lincoln by Thomas J. Dilorenzo... pretty good so far.

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  3. Daughter of LibertyFebruary 21, 2009 at 1:40 PM

    I can't believe nobody has yet suggested "The Revolution, A Manifesto" by Ron Paul. I wish you had read it a loooong time ago, maybe you wouldn't feel so frustrated right now.

    Kudos on your website. By the way, if you had been reading more on sites like www.mises.org, or www.lewrockwell.com, instead of Michelle Malkin and Fox News stuff, maybe, just maybe, you wouldn't have wasted your vote on the McCain/Palin joke. It doesn't pay to do/think/believe whatever the tellie tells you!

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  4. I propose "The Communist Manifesto"

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