Recommended Reading List

Reading is one of our staff’s favorite activities. Over the years, we have read thousands of books on almost every kind of topic of which one can think. We recently decided to narrow down our past readings into a solid list of high quality books that we would highly recommend to our readers.

Due to the number of books that we have read, it was rather difficult to narrow down our list to what we have. However, these books come highly recommended by our staff, as they have been highly influential upon our professional and personal lives.

We have narrowed the list down to a few categories. We hope that you will pick up a few of these books online and start reading them for yourself. Enjoy!


The Road to Serfdom- F.A. Hayek

The Constitution of Liberty- F.A. Hayek

A Humane Economy- Wilhelm Ropke

Becoming Europe- Samuel Gregg

Economics in One Lesson- Henry Hazlitt

Free to Choose – Milton Friedman

Basic Economics- Thomas Sowell



Liberty Defined- Ron Paul

The Law- Frederic Bastiat

The Conscience of a Conservative- Barry Goldwater

Plunder & Deceit – Mark Levin

Ameritopia – Mark Levin

Common Sense- Thomas Paine

Politics- Aristotle

Nicomachean Ethics- Aristotle

John Locke- Two Treatises on Government



The Federalist

Democracy in America- Alexis de Tocqueville

Miracles and Massacres- Glenn Beck

Dreamers and Deceivers- Glenn Beck

Killing Jesus- Bill O’Reilly

Killing Lincoln – Bill O’Reilly


Historical Fiction

The Last Days- Joel C. Rosenberg

The Twelfth Imam series- Joel C. Rosenberg



An American Son- Marco Rubio

Robert E. Lee on Leadership- H.W. Crocker III

Life Inside the Bubble – Daniel Bongino

George Mason: Reluctant Statesman – Robert A. Rutland



The Liberty Amendments- Mark Levin

The Tyranny of Cliches- Jonah Goldberg

Control- Glenn Beck

Conform- Glenn Beck

Theodore and Woodrow- Judge Andrew Napolitano

The Tea Party Goes to Washington- Rand Paul

America the Beautiful – Ben Carson

Taking a Stand – Rand Paul

13 Hours – Mitchell Zuckoff


Political Fiction

Atlas Shrugged – Ayn Rand

The Giver – Lois Lowry

1984 – George Orwell

Fahrenheit 451 – Ray Bradbury


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