Book Recommendations

Towards Freedom applies Austrian Economics to the development of strategies for personal freedom. In other words, setting aside any government action, what are the steps individuals can take to realize more personal freedom. The book discusses the broad scale failure of centralized government programs and uses the U.S. inflation based monetary system as a prime example. Further, topics such as blockchain driven changes to governance and the end of nation states are explored. 104 pages


Hacking Your Education by Dale Stephens – Hacking Your Education asks all of the foundational questions that anyone preparing to invest the amount of time and money required to get a degree should be asking.  You’ll be able to develop a learning plan instead of a schooling plan.  Even if you decide to go to university after reading this book you’ll end up getting a lot more from your time at school because this book shows you how to leverage the resources available at university.   The book contains great stories about how people hacked their education and careers to build the life they really wanted.

Here is one of the great quotes in this book.  “Systems tell people that if you check these boxes off and do these things, everything will be fine.  It turns out, checking off boxes has nothing to do with success in life.” p13

The Road to Serfdom by F.A. Hayek

The Revolution by Ron Paul

End The Fed by Ron Paul

The Death of the West by Pat Buchanan

Seasteading by Joe Quirk

Adios America by Ann Coulter

Practical Anarchy by Stefan Molyneux

Everyday Anarchy by Stefan Molyneux

Gold & Silver by Mike Maloney

The Bitcoin Standard by Saifedean Ammous

What has Government Done to our Money by Murray Rothbard