I typically read 20-40 books over the year. Here on Top Picks I have chosen my favorite 3-5 (may break this rule) books from the years reading. If you find that you have similar taste, this would be the page to use when formulating your book shopping list.  Enjoy!

Top Picks For 2012

1-   The Myth Of The Robber Barons by Burton W. Folsom Jr.

One of the most important books ever written to help people understand true free market entrepreneurs and how they benefit everyone and make the world better versus political entrepreneurs that do great harm to freedom and the world. A must read for all. See full review posted January 2012.

2-   The Creature From Jekyll Island by G. Edward Griffin

This is a well written easy to read landmark work exposing the fraud we call the Federal Reserve and how it fleeces us of our wealth. This is a very important book for all to read. See full review posted January 2012.

3-   More Guns, Less Crimeby John R. Lott Jr.

There are many great books exposing the facts about guns and crime but this is the bible on the topic. If you want to know the real truth start here! See full review posted January 2012.

4-   Death By Gun Control by Aaron Zelman & Richard W. Stevens

Tyrants in all forms whether kings, dictators, communists or any other form always disarm their population and this always ends up with genocide.  This book documents this history resulting in over 150 million people murdered by their own governments in the 20th century alone. See full review posted April 2012.

5-   Behind The Green Mask: U.N. Agenda 21 by Rosa Koire

This landmark book exposes the most hideous and hidden attack on freedom today. If you haven’t heard of Agenda 21 you need to read this book! See full review posted August 2012.




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