1.) In the Garden of Beasts by Erik Larson - This is a book about the US Ambassador to Germany in 1933/34. Larson is a great writer, and the book was a very quick read. I recommend this book highly.
2.) The I Chong by Tommy Chong - I am really sorry that I wasted time reading this book. It's the story of Tommy Chongs problems with the Feds. He makes going to Prison sound really awesome.
3.) Eisenhower: 1956 by David Nichols - This was another really good book. It focuses primarily on Eisenhowers foreign policy, specifically the Suez Canal incident of 1956. Highly recommended.
4.) 500 Days by Kurt Eichnwald - Best book that I have read in a long time. This is a focus on the 500 days that followed the 9/11 attacks, and how this government responded. Highest recommendation.
i tend to avoid books about recent and the near recent current events. books and movies about 911 have shown me that even objective reports skew the information as the authors seem to have their own agenda. i think those who really know, are being ignored because their stories are boring and overdone in the media. the first hand observers i do know in the city admin tell me things so different from all the published reports, that i kinda doubt we'll ever get a true report and history on the aftermath of 911.
ok, who writes "goo goo at a at a, fukin jew heeb"?
"fuckyoubigot i dont like you're sig" "repeated annoying comments" The Lord is not my Shepherd for I am not a sheep.