Books to give you context & help you increase in wisdom

The following books are either recommended or have been read by Dave Champion. Dave has mentioned them or discussed them on his radio shows (The Dave Champion Show or American Radio Show). These books can and will help you so you have your own knowledge and are not deceived. As Dave is apt to say, “Look it up for yourself, don’t take my word for it.”

Income Tax: Shattering the Myths – Dave Champion
Unintended Consequences – John Ross
A Nation of Cowards – Jeff Snyder
Molon Labe – Boston T. Party
A Well Regulated Militia – John Carpenter
Wealth of Nations – Adam Smith
Cracking the Code – Peter Hendrickson (recommended with caveat on last chapter)
Government by Judiciary: The Transformation of the 14th Amendment – Raoul Berger
Enemies Foreign and Domestic – Matthew Bracken
Domestic Enemies: The Reconquista – Matthew Bracken
Foreign Enemies & Traitors: The Greater Depression & Civil War 2 – Matthew Bracken
Atlas Shrugged – Ayn Rand
There’s a Fish in the Courthouse – Gary L. Wean
How Progressives Rewrote the Constitution – Richard A. Epstein
Constitutional Chaos: What Happens When Gov. Breaks Laws – Andrew P. Napolitano
Breach of Trust – Tom Coburn, MD
Unalienable Rights: And the Denial of the U.S. Constitution – Michael E. LeMieux
Good To Be King: The Foundation of Our Constitutional Freedom – Michael Badnarik
The Creature from Jekyll Island: Second Look at the Federal Reserve – G. Edward Griffin
In Caesar’s Grip – Peter Kershaw
Fight Club Politics: How Partisanship is Poisoning the House of Rep. – Juliet Eilperin

The Dirty Dozen: How 12 Supreme Ct. Cases Radically Expanded Govt. & Eroded Freedom
James Madison: A Biography – Ralph Ketcham
Alexander Hamilton – Ron Chernow
Constitution in Exile – Andrew Napolitano
A Nation of Sheep – Andrew Napolitano
James Monroe: The Quest for National Identity – Harry Ammon
1776 – David McCullough
John Adams – David McCullough
The Road to Serfdom – F.A. Hayek

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