Scott Gardner made the mistake of becoming a landlord in New York City without realizing the inhuman treatment he would receive by the rent control bureaucracy.
Ayn Rand Bookstore
Inside The PLO By Neil Livingstone and David Halevy
This book is must reading for anyone who wants in-depth knowledge of how the PLO operates and what its sources of support—material and moral—are.
Losing Ground: American Social Policy, 1950-1980 by Charles Murray
Murray’s book shows how the rise of the welfare state over the past few decades has impoverished the lives of the very people it purports to help.
The Ultimate Resource By Julian Simon
Simon rejects the view that economic production is depleting the earth of natural resources. He argues that the “Ultimate resource” is human inventiveness— and that this asset is never exhausted.
In Pursuit of Reason the Life of Thomas Jefferson by Noble E. Cunningham, Jr.
Forever in pursuit of reason, Jefferson was convinced that the ideas of natural rights and constitutionally limited government would universally prevail, and that human learning and progress would continue unimpeded. Cunningham captures this spirit—a distinctively American spirit— magnificently in this highly recommended biography.
Bias: A CBS Insider Exposes How the Media Distort the News
Bias by Bernard Goldberg meticulously documents what everyone outside the media and the Left establishment knows - that news coverage has a left-wing bias. Even more, this book makes clear the critical role the news media play in our lives, and the life-threatening...
Books: Tenured Radicals – How Politics Has Corrupted Our Higher Education by Roger Kimball
In spite of minor flaws, Kimball reveals the monstrous Irrationality of those who shape academia today.
Books: The Life and Legend of Jay Gould by Maury Klein
The bribes Gould supposedly handed out to the government officials for special favors were in fact paid to legislators to repeal government controls, such as the ‘laws that fixed the rates his railroads could charge.
Books: The Market Economy A Reader, Edited by James Doti and Dwight Lee
This anthology is basically flawed.
Books: Illiberal Education by Dinesh D’Souza
What Illiberal Education describes—though the author does not put it this way—is the official end of individualism on the American campus.
Books: Notes and Recollections By Ludwig Von Mises
This is an intellectual autobiography of Mises, written near the half-way point of his productive years (1940).
Books: James Madison The Founding Father by Robert A. Rutland
This is a fresh, extremely thoughtful biography of the Founding Father whom Thomas Jefferson called “the greatest man in the world.”
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