This list is not a complete list, but is intended as a starter list for the beginner in American politics and the principles of liberty. For a more extensive list, please click here.
The 5,000 Year Leap by Cleon Skousen
The Declaration of Independence
The Constitution of the United States of America
Anthem by Ayn Rand
A Thomas Jefferson Education for the 21st Century
The Fourth Turning by Strauss & Howe
Understanding the Times by David Nobel
Our Home by C.E. Sargent
This book is also available as a free e-book online here
Glenn Beck’s Common Sense
I am in the process of setting up a star forum in Herriman. I feel strongly that rebuilding America and restoring the faith of the American people have to do with going back to a Constitutional Government. When we understand what that really means…and study the premise of which this great nation was built upon. Than we as average citizens can assist in furthering the cause for freedom. I read “The 5000 year leap” as well as “Common Sense” I am in the process of reading 2 other’s on the list. As for the two that I have read, They really put into perspective the great importance of our founding and awakens your mind to just how much is at stake. When we make those connections with our day in age, in a time where our future rests heavily on those decisions that are being made…NOW in Washington, Becoming self educated is imperitive in arming ourselves with truth so we can fight the good fight for the sake of honor and freedom. These books have shed light and truth and arroused my convictions. My purpose as an American and mother of three has been further defined. I feel more than ever that I can no longer sit on the fence of history and watch tyrants write it’s course towards socialism. We the People must now take the pen and ink and write on it’s pages the story of how ordinary people upheld those constitutional principles and changed American’s course back towards the rule of law that ultimately results in freedom for all. Reading these books are a must!
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Can I have a free copy of the Constitution and Declaration sent to me? They ran out at the parade.
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