The great historian Robert Dreyfuss’ latest book, “Devil’s Game,” is about the fallacy of our foreign policy, how we precipitate hatred, misunderstood the radical Islamists, and how it’s partially our fault. It’s a very interesting […]
Written way before its time in 1982, “The Puzzle Palace” penetrates the NSA’s vast network of power and unmasks the people who control it, often with shocking disregard for the law. The NSA has long […]
In Dirty Wars, Jeremy Scahill, author of the NYT’s best-seller Blackwater, takes us inside United States’s new covert wars. The foot soldiers in these battles operate globally and inside the United States with orders from […]
As the global economy struggles to avoid meltdown, so the greatest Ponzi scheme in history approaches its final death rattle. Politicians have stood by and watched the financial industry create a massive overhang of debt, […]
The Great Withdrawal explores why Detroit failed, why other liberal cities may soon follow, and how this could drag America into insolvency and prolonged Depression. It explores the bizarre Nanny Statist Progressive movement that took […]
Though we are currently going through a painful transition period, this book posits that America’s best days are yet to come. We are phasing out big business, big labor unions and big government…. and making […]
Lew Rockwell examines the starkly contrasting systems of capitalism and fascism, noting pro-fascist trends in recent decades as well as the larger historical trends in the U.S. and internationally. Buy Fascism versus Capitalism here.
Taleb asserts that in business and government, major money is wasted on prediction. The MBA- and Nobel Prize-credentialed experts who make their living from economic forecasting are wrong. Buy Black Swan here.
Our children spend their days being passively instructed, and made to sit still and take tests—often against their will. We call this imprisonment schooling, yet wonder why kids become bored and misbehave. Buy Free to […]
This book is accessible to anyone with a basic economic understanding. It rightly begins with what Keynes himself said. For many people, this part might be the biggest surprise since Keynes is rarely read today. […]