Current Reading List


This is a list of books that I have either already read or currently have on hand to read.

Culture Of Corruption: Obama and His Team of Tax Cheats, Crooks, and Cronies
~ Michelle Malkin

Franklin – The Essential Founding Father
~ James Srodes

The Federalist Papers
~ Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, and John Jay

Original Intent – The Courts, the Constitution, & Religion
~ David Barton

Atlas Shrugged
~Ayn Rand

Financial Peace REVISITED
~ Dave Ramsey

The Total Money Makeover
~ Dave Ramsey

The Council Of Dads
~ Bruce Feiler

Pinheads & Patriots
~ Bill O’Reilly

Decision Points
~George W. Bush

Demonic
~Ann Coulter

Chef’s Reading List:

Radical

~David Platt

Original Intent

~David Barton

Lord’s Of Finance The Bankers who Broke the World

~Liaquat Ahmed

Original Argument-The Federalists’ Case for the Constitution

~Glenn Beck & Joshua Charles

Glenn Beck’s Common Sense

Chef Just for Fun Reading List:

Brad Thor

James Patterson

Vince Flynn

Daniel Silva

3 Responses to Current Reading List

  1. sue chandler says:

    Know the enemy I suggest reading the Qu’ran, see what the book says an be aware of all it has to say. Muslims are not my enemy but Islam is .

    • I have read solid chunks of it but to be honest, the sense of anger that invokes in me keeps me from reading it in entirety. Instead, I try to research as much as I can on-line. I’ve had some very disturbing and eye-opening discussions with a former friend who is a muslim. If only people asked the real questions and informed themselves to the truth of what Islam is about, they would (hopefully) change their positions. I thank you for visiting Questioning.. and I especially thank you for commenting twice! I hope that you will return and continue to contribute to discussions on Questioning…

      Oh and one last thought: I have written extensively on issues surrounding Islam in a handful of posts. If you would like to see some of them, use the “Religion Of (No) Peace” category tab and you will find them. I would love to have your input as you sound like you have involved yourself in learning about the Qur’an and Islam.

  2. Jorge says:

    I have read solid chunks of it but to be honest, the sense of anger that invokes in me keeps me from reading it in entirety. Instead, I try to research as much as I can on-line. I’ve had some very disturbing and eye-opening discussions with a former friend who is a muslim. If only people asked the real questions and informed themselves to the truth of what Islam is about, they would (hopefully) change their positions. I thank you for visiting Questioning.. and I especially thank you for commenting twice! I hope that you will return and continue to contribute to discussions on Questioning…
    +1

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