Mark's Ex-Libris

These are the books that are in my library that I want you to know about. Peruse and enjoy!


My Nightstand

What I am currently reading.

Cardiac Arrest

Cardiac Arrest is the story of Howard Root and Vascular Solutions, Inc. and their five-year ordeal fighting with the federal government and the legal system.

Economics in One Lesson

Economics in One Lesson is a book written in 1946, less than 10 years after Keynes wrote his The General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money. It covers subjects like "The Broken Window Fallacy," "The Curse of Machinery," Spreading the Work Around," "Public Works," Taxes, Credit, Inflation, Tariffs and many more subjects.

Kindergarden of Evil

(No, "Kindergarden" in the title is not misspelled.)

The book Kindergarden of Evil grew out of a “policy wonk” speech given by the author at a Heritage Foundation gathering in 2007. This codification of Liberal behavior into 4 laws and 3 Corollaries was declared the “Unified Field Theory of Liberalism” by Andrew Breitbart. I have to enthusiastically agree. It made sense to me on almost every page.

The Law of Self Defense

If you’re strapped, this is the best knowledge you can have to avoid “being remanded to the custody of the State” (i.e. prison).

Left of Bang

The term "Bang" in the title means a violent event (explosion, ambush, active shooter, etc.). To stay "Left of Bang" means that you see that something is about to happen and you already have or are actively taking the steps to counter the threat, a very proactive method to violent incidents.

Prepared: Surviving Worst Case Scenarios

Good read. Fantastic information on how to be ready.

The Price of Principle

To have strong, unwavering and articulatable Principles are feared by those who lack such things.

You Have The Right to Remain Innocent

There are exceptions to this, however 99% of the time your only answer to a LEO needs to be, "I don't answer police questions. I want a lawyer."

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