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Reading List for 2018
1 year ago
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1 year ago

a nice picture book for the pres.

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un-stable genius
1 year ago

reading

and

spelling

not

required

by

those

who

are

like

really

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1 year ago

0ops!

don't mess with the Constitution buddies!!!

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1 year ago

Trump never tires of reading this one.

And he can usually understand the book by the pictures.

Although, the little girl has learned the alphabet and

can recognize words!!!

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1 year ago

in the middle of the night

a person with a clear conscience

falls asleep and prepares for tomorrow

a person with a muddled conscience

wrestles with their soul

and becomes a twitter

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Let's Get Serious
1 year ago

9. The Origins of Totalitarianism by Hannah Arendt

At the time of writing, The Origins of Totalitarianism was sold out on Amazon.com and ranked in the top 100 chart for book sales–not too shabby for a 600-page historical tome first published in 1951. Beginning with the rise of European anti-Semitism in the 19th century, the iconic German political theorist Arendt explores the inner-workings of totalitarian movements, focusing both on Nazism and Stalinism. Already considered a seminal work of political philosophy, Origins' surge in popularity in the Trump era speaks to its value as a contemporary compass, explaining both how we got here, and hopefully how we can course-correct.

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It's OK to Reach Farther into the Imagination, too ~
1 year ago

10. The Penultimate Truth by Philip K. Dick

An underrated piece of resistance literature from the Philip K. Dick canon, The Penultimate Truth explored the notion of "fake news" long before it became a political reality. The book finds the majority of the world's population living in underground bunkers, driven into hiding by news of an imminent World War III which turns out to be entirely fake. Meanwhile, on the surface, rich white men reap the rewards of the largely abandoned world, living in luxury–until a band of rebels discovers the truth. A parable about the power of propaganda, the novel makes a strong case for the idea that fear is the only political weapon more powerful than hope.

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1 year ago

Hits and Misses

by Simon Rich

Publisher Description
A sharp new collection from the “hilarious” (Washington Post) humorist who draws comparisons to Douglas Adams (The New York Times), James Thurber, and P.G. Wodehouse (The Guardian).

Release date: July 24, 2018
HITS AND MISSES - by Simon Rich
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Simon Rich, “one of the funniest writers in America” (The Daily Beast), is back with his most hilarious--and most personal--collection of stories to date.
From a bitter tell-all by the horse Paul Revere rode to greatness, to a gushing magazine profile of one of your favorite World War II dictators, these stories trawl through history to skewer our obsession with fame and fortune--all the way from ancient Babylon to Hollywood.
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