Favorite Books?

By Tim Butler | Posted at 6:29 PM

I thought this might start an interesting discussion. What's your favorite
book (not including the Bible)? For me, that's a toughie. There are several different books I'd consider mentioning, so at a loss for a particular one I can name, let me name a few in different topics…

  1. Religion On this one I'd probably pick the Case for Faith. It's an excellent book even though it is a bit tough to get through at times.
  2. Politics I'd probably pick President Bush's A Charge to Keep (very good!)
    although Rush Limbaugh's The Way Things Ought to Be is quite good as well.
  3. Technology Just for Fun: The Story of the Accidental Revolutionary (Linus Torvald's book)

  4. Other Economics in One Easy Lesson by Henry Hazelitt. This is probably the
    best piece on economics I have ever seen Hazelitt's work is a masterpiece.
  5. Science The Botany of Desire by Michael Pollan. It's witty, interesting, and somehow manages to connect the stories behind apples, tulips, cannibus, and potatoes. Very interesting, although it does take an unfortunate pro-evolutionary stance. Still, it's a good “thought book.”
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