I finished up some good reads this weekend.
The first read: In Defense of Food: An Eater’s Manifesto by Michael Pollan is a good well, written summary of everything you probably already know about food. Read this and you will understand why I consider fresh food more important than health insurance.
The second read: The Great Neighborhood Book: A Do-It-Yourself Guide to Placemaking by Jay Walljasper has some great ideas for investing time and resources in making your community wonderful.
The third read: The True Story of The Bildberberg Group by Daniel Estulin is a good response to the question “Who is doing this?” and “What do they want?” If you want to understand the de-industrialization and de-modernization that we are experiencing in America and many parts of the world, here is a piece of the jigsaw puzzle.