I never intended to mainly review books on my blog, but here I am with blog entry #26 and 40% up until this point have been about books. Last week I saw a bumper sticker that really got me heated that happened to coincide with a book I was reading so I decided to take […]

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I recently finished¬†Titan: The Life of John D. Rockefeller, Sr. by Ron Chernow and it was a pretty interesting read. Here are some of my thoughts: Non-fiction, biographies in particular, can be super dry and feel like just a listing of X happened and then Y that make them painful to get through. This was […]

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Defending the Undefendable by Walter Block had been on my libertarian to be read list for awhile and I finally got around to reading it. This was my second non-fiction/libertarian read of the year after finishing Chicago & Vienna: Friends or Foes. I actually finished it about two weeks ago, but am just now getting […]

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