The Myth of the Robber Barons

Authored by Burton W. Folsom, Jr. Book Review by Steven Butner Published July 2018   Looking for entertainment in a history book?  You’ve found it!  Watch the political charades unfold as entrepreneurs face off against one another in the industries of steamboats, railroads, iron, steel, and oil.  However, not all entrepreneurs were the same… and this is where the myth … Read More

The Creature from Jekyll Island by G. Edward Griffin

Book Review by Steven Butner Published February 2018 From the Back Cover of The Creature from Jekyll Island: “Where does money come from?  Where does it go?  Who makes it?  The money magicians’ secrets are unveiled.  Here is a close look at their mirrors and smoke machines, the pulleys, cogs, and wheels that create the grand illusion called money. A … Read More

The 5,000 Year Leap by W. Cleon Skousen

A Book Review By Matt Vasquez Published June 2017 The 5,000 Year Leap: A Miracle that Changed the World   Why does our government work? Were the founding fathers the one group of people that got everything right or is the United States just a magnificent fluke? In The 5,000 Year Leap, author, W. Cleon Skousen, argues that there was … Read More

Whatever Happened to Penny Candy? by Richard J. Maybury

Reviewed by Jenna Hermle Published March 2011 Whatever Happened to Penny Candy?   I am thoroughly convinced that every American—and certainly every American leader—should read Whatever Happened to Penny Candy? by Richard Maybury, part of his series of “Uncle Eric” books. Penny Candy is formatted as a series of letters from economist “Uncle Eric” to his nephew Chris, and the … Read More

Liberty and Tyranny by Mark Levin

Reviewed by Mike Winther Published July 2010 Liberty & Tyranny Liberty and Tyranny is a recent bestselling book by radio talk show host Mark Levin. It is an easy, interesting, and entertaining read. As I read Liberty and Tyranny, I couldn’t help but notice that this book was a great case study on the battle over labels and identities in … Read More

The Revolution by Ron Paul

Reviewed by Jenna Hermle Published April 2009 The Revolution: A Manifesto Dr. Ron Paul, Texas congressman and candidate for the Republican nomination in the 2008 presidential race, has been hailed by Judge Andrew Napolitano as “the Thomas Jefferson of our day.” Nicknamed “Dr. No” in Congress due to his willingness to stand alone in opposing legislation that he believes is … Read More