New Suggested Reading Page

Just a quick note to let you all know that I have added a “Suggested Reading” page up there at the top of the home page. If you make a suggestion in one of your comments, take a moment to jump in there and add it to the list. That way no one is trying to go back through 200 comments a day looking for the suggestion you made. I hope that some of you will take the time to find the suggestions that you made in the past and add them in there as well.

Comments

  1. TexasChem says:

    I have a couple of web news media sites that are not influenced by the liberal dhimmicrats that I would like to post links too that I peruse through every day.Wanted to check with you first before posting that as suggested reading. =) I am an avid reader and have many books I will add to this page anyways though.

    • USWeapon says:

      I think for now I want to keep it at just books. We could post links all day and many do in the comments. But I envisioned this as more of a book thing. Thanks for asking. I will add this thought to the page itself so that everyone is aware.

  2. F. Paul Wilson, all works are fiction.

    Interested in the economy, effects of inflation and hyperinflation?
    An Enemy of the State is sci fi and covers both with a read that is both entertaining and informative. It closely parallels several of Black Flags dire warnings of what is to come from our economy’s possible collapse.

    Do you identify with self reliance? Same author, Repairman Jack series.
    The Tomb is first in series, currant day action with some occult/ horror.

    Fairtax, The Truth, Neal Boortz & congressman John Linder
    If you support tea parties, a must read!! Very informative on issues & history.

    Unholy Alliance: Radical Islam and the American Left, David Horowitz
    The most significant book I have read! I do not agree with all the author’s conclusions, but the facts he lays out explains many of the events that we discuss here daily. I found the first half of the book to be boring and slow.
    The second half picked up a bit and for the vast information, was well worth the time. Planning to re-read after its returned from loan.

    Outrage, Dick Morris & Eileen McGann
    First, recognize he has an agenda, but look at what he said in 2007 about Fannie Mae. And there is a lot more.

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