Summer Reading List 2.0

Well, it’s that time of the year. Or is it?

Many people had hopes that they will flock to the beach this summer. However, the recent pandemic may put a damper on your plans. Yet, I plan to share a list like there is no third world problem. We must be willing to take risks in life. That is what life is about. Whether you decide to go to the shore, the lake, mountains, or lock yourself down in the comfort of your backyard, you might want to consider take something to read with you.

Before I share this year’s list, here is a link to my post last yearon the summer reading list here.

Since the time of the posting, there has been some new books that IK would highly recommend that will cover the issue of life.

Here are some books that I recommend you read this summer.

  1. Nothing to Lose, Everything to Gain by Kathy Barnette

Kathy Barnette, a candidate for the PA 4th Congressional District wrote a book that I believe cannot come at a more provocative time in the history of our nation. She holds back no punches as she exposes the lies of our culture in an attempt to free African Americans from the counterfeit of the Democratic Party. Purchase your copy here.

2. The Devil in the City of Angels by Jesse Romero

Former kickboxing champion and veteran law enforcement Jesse Romero wrote a memoir on his daily encounter with Satan while patrolling the streets of Los Angeles.

3. Sermons in Times of Crisis– Fr. Paul Scalia

The son of the late Supreme Court Justice reflects on the twelve timeless sermons that were delivered by saints, many of whom were martyred as a result for what they stood for.

4. Auschwitz Lullaby: A Novel– Mario Escobar

This novel tells the true story of a nurse who cares for the children. detained in the notorious Auschwitz Concentration Camp.

5. The Illustrated History of the Knights of Columbus– Andrew and Maureen Walther

In light of the news of the pope approving a miracle on behalf of its founder, here is the complete history of the Knights of Columbus from St. Mary’s in New Haven with 24 men to helping those in need during the coronavirus pandemic and everything in between. The organization has been at the forefront of the culture of life and sponsor the annual March for Life across the globe.

6. Whatever Happened to the Human Race? By Francis Schaeffer and C. Everett Koop, M.D.

Schaeffer and Dr. Koop explore the deepest question that will happen to the human race. It is a must have.

7. Fatherhood Aborted

This book commonly dispels the myth that abortion does not effect women. Men are effected too when it comes to the repercussions.

8. Subverted by Sue Ellen Browder

A former reporter for the Cosmopolitan shares first hand how she played a role in the sexual revolution during the 60s and 70s. In her biography, she even names a culprit who shaped the current landscape.

9. Rules for Retrogrades: Forty Tactics to Defeat the Radical Left by Timothy and David Gordon

This book counters the progressive version of its book written by Saul Alinsky, a mentor of former First Lady Hillary Clinton and President Barack Hussein Obama.

The Gordons break down how to defeat the radical left at their own game.

10. Stork: Sowing Season by Brian Patrick Edwards

Fresh off the press, Edwards makes his novel writing debut. In it he writes about a technocratic society that has society with no freedom. However, many families plan to resist. At what cost?

11. A Choice Not an Echo– Phyllis Schlafly

The mother of the conservative movement gives us stark reminders of their movement in today’s event. Originally released in 1964, the book was revised with a forward by former presidential candidate and Texas congressman Ron Paul.

Honorable Mention:

1984 by George Orwell

Statues being torn down. history being rewritten. Orwell foretold something that many thought it would still be fiction. In reality, it is happening now.

United States of Socialism by Dinesh D’Sousa

You may have seen many of his recent documentaries based on prior books written by him. We have seen the rise of popularity in Socialism and even in Bernie Sanders and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. Do people realize what socialism has destroyed?

D’Sousa, once again, holds nothing back as he explores the history of socialism and how it once destroyed countries like Germany, Russia, Venezuela, et al, and will have the potential to do the same in the United States if we do not stop it. This book is hot off the press and will make a great edition to your physical or digital library.

Fortitude: American Resilience in the Era of Outrage by Rep. Dan Crenshaw

Former Navy SEAL turned Texas Congressman Dan Crenshaw is rising up in popularity among Republicans. Using the metaphor of his perseverance to recover from an improvised explosion during his third tour in Iraq, Crenshaw shares how we must overcome every obstacle from small to challenging while offering a road map.

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