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Adam's New Book Club
The Books on Adam Brandon's Reading List
There's never any shortage of new conservative material hitting store shelves. But if you want to know what books are on FreedomWorks' President Adam Brandon's reading list and which ones he highly recommends, Adam's New Book Club should do the trick.
Dr. Scott Atlas’s book A Plague Upon Our House: My Fight at the Trump White House to Stop COVID from Destroying America chronicles the inner workings of President Trump’s cabinet and the ongoing debates between medical experts, policy leaders, and politicians during the Covid-19 Pandemic. In this candid glimpse into the administration, mainstream narratives of inadequacy and incompetence are reexamined, while simultaneously shedding new light on the greatest public health crisis of the 21st century.
David Bahnsen’s There's No Free Lunch: 250 Economic Truths provides a striking critique of the mainstream, interventionist argument for big government in contemporary economic policy. In this piece, Bahnsen contends that the goal of economic policy is human flourishing. Throughout the book, the author contends that free enterprise remains the most viable option to achieve this goal.
Stephen Moore’s Govzilla: How the Relentless Growth of Government is Devouring Our Economy—And Our Freedom, details how out-of-control spending and expansion has turned our government into a monster that must be stopped. Over the last several decades, government spending has increased dramatically, as D.C. politicians ignore the after-effects that will ultimately be left for the following generations. Moore’s detailed economic history and personal experience provides valuable insight into the oncoming crisis that is inevitable unless this problem is seriously addressed.
Inflation: What It Is, Why It’s Bad, and How to Fix It explains what’s behind the worst inflationary storm in more than forty years—one that is dominating the headlines and shaking Americans by their pocketbooks. The cost-of-living explosion since the COVID pandemic has raised alarms about a possible return of a 1970’s-style “Great Inflation.” Some observers even fear a descent into the kind of Weimar-style hyperinflation that has torn apart so many nations. Is this true? If so, what should be done? How should we prepare for the future? Inflation answers these and other questions in an engaging discussion that draws on the singular expertise of Steve Forbes, chairman of Forbes Media, acclaimed for his insights on money and the economy; Nathan Lewis, internationally renowned expert on money and taxation; and author and journalist Elizabeth Ames.
It wasn’t long ago that liberal icons, including the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, were against the idea of overhauling the court for political gain. But now, in the Biden era, more and more powerful Democrats are getting behind the cause, claiming the high court is broken and actively dismantling our democracy. Even Joe Biden—who once called court-packing a “bonehead idea”—gave in to the progressive wing of his party, appointing a committee to examine “reforms” to the court after being sworn in as president. What changed? Mike Lee, a respected member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, reveals the answer to that question and warns of the dangerous norm-shattering precedent that would be set by politically motivated attempts to turn the Supreme Court into just another partisan weapon.