After a couple months of picking up and putting down Peter Schiff's The Real Crash, I finally finished it today. Skipping around 20 pages within the last couple chapters just because I reached that point where I felt as if I read the important stuff. The real important part of the book that I feel people really need to read, perhaps not us, but, our family and friends, was the chapter labeled "Putting Government in it's place."
I feel he made many libertarian based points regarding foreign policy, to social issues such as prostitution. He also mentions Ron Paul several times.
Anyway, I am now starting A Renegade History of the United States by Thaddeus Russell. I've read only a few pages thus far and nothing is jumping out at me.