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4th Generation Warfare Handbook by William S. Lind & Lt. Col. Gregory A. Thiele USMC

4th Generation Warfare Handbook by William S. Lind & Lt. Col. Gregory A. Thiele USMC is a very concise look at how fighting in modern 4th Generation wars is very different than the previous generations of warfare. Modern 4th Generation … Continue reading

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The Law by Frederic Bastiat

The Law by Frederic Bastiat Frederic Bastiat was a French economist in the early 1800’s. His most famous book, The Law, is really a short 75 page pamphlet that was originally published in 1850. This short, easy to read pamphlet, … Continue reading

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Above All Else by Dan Brodsky-Chenfeld

Above All Else by Dan Brodsky-Chenfeld In Above All Else Dan Brodsky-Chenfeld tells the story from his introduction to skydiving through his journey to becoming a World Champion 4-Way and 8-Way competitor. As a skydiver myself for 25 years I … Continue reading

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Secret Empires by Peter Schweizer

Secret Empires by Peter Schweizer Secret Empires by Peter Schweizer is another important expose’ of runaway corruption in our government. Peter is an author with many New York Times bestsellers. He has become a great non-partisan crusader exposing the details … Continue reading

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Life After Google by George Gilder

Life After Google by George Gilder Life After Google by George Gilder is the more broad and optimistic view of how blockchain technology could decentralize the internet bringing down the big central players like Google while also making data and … Continue reading

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Who We Are And How We Got Here by David Reich

Who We Are And How We Got Here by David Reich Who We Are And How We Got Here by David Reich, a Harvard genetics professor, is a fascinating overview for the lay person of the exploding field of ancient … Continue reading

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Undemocratic by Jay Sekulow

Undemocratic by Jay Sekulow Undemocratic by Jay Sekulow, Chief Counsel for the ACLJ (American Center for Law and Justice), is a critically important book for our times.   This book gives an important glimpse into the “fourth branch of government” which … Continue reading

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Skin In The Game by Nassim Nicholas Taleb

Skin In The Game by Nassim Nicholas Taleb Skin In The Game by Nassim Nicholas Taleb is the fifth book in the authors series of books he calls Incerto.  This series is made up of the following titles; Fooled By … Continue reading

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Never Split The Difference by Chris Voss with Tahl Raz

Never Split The Difference by Chris Voss with Tahl Raz Never Split The Difference by Chris Voss with Tahl Raz is to date the best book on negotiation I have read.  As a professional that has made my living negotiating … Continue reading

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Dangerous by Milo Yiannopoulos

Dangerous by Milo Yiannopoulos Dangerous by Milo Yiannopoulos is a wonderful read by a very important figure for our current times. Milo was the Breitbart managing editor for their technology reporting division but emerged as a very important figure among … Continue reading

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