Well I just finished reading a political book a couple of days ago I don't know if you will like it though. The book is Arguing With Idiots: How to stop small minds and big governments by Glenn Beck. Its a conservative point of view of what has been done wrong in the united states and what has been done right. Also current issues and future issues. I don't totally agree with him; like all authors he tries to persuade you onto his way of thinking but if you are smart enough you know what is right and what is wrong. If you a left wing though its a good way to be open minded about other ideas. Personally I think both parties are doing bad and we really need a 180 degree turn on this nation. I like most of the ideas Glenn has though. Another book that is not political inclined to any party is A Peoples History Of The United States by Howard Zinn it a book assigned to us by our college professor and it shows the REAL history from Columbus to now. It follows the history of politics and all aspects that affected it.
"A God Who Hates" by Wafa Sultan. An excellent read written by a Syrian woman who speaks out against the evils of Islam. FANTASTIC!
ALL of Glenn Becks books are great. One that he highly recommended the other day sounds REALLY fascinating and educational and I will be getting my copy today.
The Road To Serfdom by F.A. Hayek
"Arguing With Idiots"...Glenn Beck.
Hamilton by Ron Chernow
Power Broker by Robert Caro
Liberty and Tyranny by Mark Levin