Wednesday, June 2, 2010

The 5 books all Conservatives should read. PART 2.

Three months ago I published The 5 books all Conservatives should read list, which included the 5,000 Year Leap, Going Rogue, and three of the below mentioned books about America's Founding and Founding Fathers. I remember a couple-of-hundred individuals read the article and it just felt good to share my opinions on mustread Conservative literature. So I'm back with another must-read-book-list-for-all-Conservatives.

(5) - Samuel Adams: A Life - Ira Stoll.

(4) - Conservative Victory - Sean Hannity.

(3) - Washington: The Indispensable Man - James Flexner.

(2) - America Alone: The End of The World - Mark Steyn.

(1) - The Birth of the United States - Jim Bishop.

It's true that most of my reading concerns the American Revolution, Modern Conservatism, and just a dash of fiction (Don't Ask, Don't Tell is my fiction reading policy), however, Sean Hannity's latest masterpiece is a must read for all those concerned about November, and for those who are worried about the future of the Western world; please purchase Mark Steyn's exceptional book.

Thoughts? Did I miss any exceptional books?

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4 comments:

Southern Man said...

Although they are fiction I think a perusal of the following books about dystopian society are worth the read. They seem to me to be amazingly prophetic: 1. Fahrenheit 451 - Ray Bradbury 2. 1984 - George Orwell and 3. Brave New World - Aldous Huxley. These books are a scary view of a world where government has run amok.

Mark Levin said...

I HEARD YOU DON'T LIKE MY BOOK. SAY IT TO MY FACE!

Mr. K said...

Though I have never actually read any of those fiction publications, and prefer a good afternoon of non-fiction historical literature, I believe your right Southern Man, especially about Orwell & Huxley, but don't forget about Ayn Rand as well.

Mr. K said...

Mr.Levin - I have read through the first 50 pages of your book, and I am unimpressed. We shall see what the final 150 pages hold.