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Slippery Slope on Swastikas

Slippery Slope on Swastikas

Aside from a pair of Christian Louboutins, most people do not give a lot of thought to the look...

Just Sayin’: Memes Aren’t That Important

Just Sayin’: Memes Aren’t That Important

In the latest Social Justice Warrior makeup outrage, for once it’s Tarte Cosmetics up on the...

Memory Lane Monday: Ballots and 130,000 Refugees Unaccounted For

Memory Lane Monday: Ballots and 130,000 Refugees Unaccounted For

With Germany going to vote for Angela Merkel as leader of the Fatherland for the fourth time in...

Genius Idea: Slides For Men Not Women

Genius Idea: Slides For Men Not Women

Let’s finish up Summer 2017, with this little bit of genius from Germany’s Galaxy Water Park,...

Bikini Rights

Bikini Rights

You wouldn’t think that the right to wear a bikini would be eroded under a Trump Administration,...

March’s Book: Adventure Capitalist

Jim Roger's Adventure Capitalist. So we’ve tackled the Nazis, Keynes' defunct economy, and George Orwell’s Animal Farm. Now let’s add a little fun to the Book Club.

Jim Rogers is known as the American Investor, for good reason. This guy is to investing as Colonel Sanders is to chicken. Sure, sure, he partnered with the Spooky Dude George Soros back in the day to launch the Quantum Fund, but hey, we all make mistakes.

February: The Road to Serfdom Continues…

F. A. Hayek.We’re now in month two of F.A. Hayek’s The Road to Serfdom. How does it feel to have the fundamental planks of small government fall into place? Does your own concept of libertarianism feel pushed?

There aren’t any possible bones about it, there’s a lot of meat to The Road to Serfdom.

January’s Book- Road to Serfdom

The book that changes lives forever.In keeping with the PDers wishes, we here at PD are really trying to stay away from book club picks about genocide, and Nazis. That coupled with a firm desire to get 2013 off to a positive start, have led to the ultimate PD Book Club pick.


Need a reader for the ins and outs of libertarian thought? This is the book. Banned in the USSR and China (the type of banned where if you were caught with even snippets of the text you’d be sent to a work camp), this is the book that changes lives.

December's Book- Animal Farm

The flag of Animalism as described in the book.Anxious to find out what our PD Book Club pick for December is? Well as promised, there are no Nazis, or murders of millions from fascism. It is December after all, a time to focus a bit more on holly and being jolly, and not worrying about life in the reeducation camps.

November's Book- In the Garden of Beasts

Tom Hanks is said to star in the movie version. A new month means a new Book of the Month here at PD. We hope you have enjoyed our last picks. We know that so far our Book Club has focused along the 1930’s and 1940’s line, and November’s pick won’t be any different. Come December though, we promise to switch it up a little.

In the Garden of Beasts is a non-fiction book written by Erick Larson of Devil in the White City fame. In the Garden of Beasts is based on diaries of the Dodd Family, father Dodd having been asked to be the first US Ambassador to Hitler’s Germany. The book showcases their daily lives in Berlin.

October’s Book- Auschwitz: A Doctor’s Eyewitness Account

A drawing of Auschwitz done by David Olere.PD’s second book selection for our club takes the questions presented in Andy Andrews’ How Do You Kill 11 Million People and adds more historical precedence, that help us to examine human nature, and the will to believe authority, and that will to survive.


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