Book Review: The Market for Liberty

This is a neat little book that focuses on a simple yet important idea: “government is an unnecessary evil.” The authors, Morris and Linda Tannehill, oversimplify their argument at times, but the central idea is right: evil is not a necessary component of society.

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Book Review: The Creature From Jekyll Island

“The Creature from Jekyll Island” by G. Edward Griffin is the story of the Federal Reserve, and the implications of its existence for you and I. Sound boring? Perhaps – but Griffin does a good job of setting the stage historically and this eases the reading experience. The book begins in the early 20th century…

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10 Books that have changed my life

A few months ago, people were tagging each other on Facebook to share which ten books had impacted their life the most.  I’ve been a bookworm my entire life (less so now that I’ve got a kiddo), but these were the ten books that jumped to the forefront of my mind.  They’re listed somewhat chronologically,…

Book Review: “Dirty Wars” by Jeremy Scahill

For those of you interested in US foreign policy, Scahill’s book is a must read.  He examines the nature of our military and paramilitary operations overseas, with an emphasis on JSOC (Joint Special Operations Command) and three-letter agencies.  As a former special operations pilot, I have personal knowledge of some of the events he writes…