2 re-reads and 3 new books completed
First, the retreads:
1. blacklisted By History - M Stanton Evans - a book that sets the story straight on McCarthy - he criticizes him where it is deserved but does not string together any theory on what happened, research was from the congressional record itself, tidewell committee transcripts, Venona documents, KGB stuff declassified under Yeltsin, etc... You must read this to see a great example of how communists in government work with those in the media and entertainment industry along with anti-communists who just don't want to hear about it to silence those who expose them
Liberty & Tyranny - Mark Levin - an ok book discussing those things in our modern society promoting liberty and those that are ptomoting control or tyranny
Spinning Blues into Gold by Nadine Cohodas - the story of Chess Records... Based on other books by her, I expected better but she did not really deliver. The book did have some worthwhile stories but overall it dragged... I may reread it this weekend
Rediscovering Americanism by Mark Levin - Probably the best of his books that I have read, it moved very well and was more entertaining but just as informative than the others that I have bread by him. If you like Levin, pick up the book.
Bullies - Ben Shapiro - probably the most entertaining book I have read all year, after it took off, I did not put it down until I finished it 6 hours later. The book takes a hard look at the lefts favorite tactic, bullying and gives it a huge middle finger... Read this book if you want to laugh at some lefties