conservative books

Know Thine Enemy: Essential Reading for Conservative Americans

Timothy Daughtry, Townhall

To write a thorough and well-documented history of the Left is an impressive accomplishment in itself.  To write such a history so that it reads with the ease and flow of a good, gripping novel is another thing altogether, but that is what Mark Melcher and Stephen Soukup have done with Know Thine Enemy: A History of the Left (Volume One).  This comprehensive history of the Left’s major figures and movements is page-turning read for anyone wanting a deeper understanding of the threat to America’s culture, politics, and future posed by the Left’s radical agenda. With Know Thine Enemy, Melcher and Soukup have done a great service for those on the side of liberty.

Mr. President, You Lie

John Dale Dunn, American Thinker

This month Harper Collins published the latest book by investigative journalist, essayist, and novelist, Jack Cashill, You Lie! The Evasions, Omissions, Fabrications, Frauds, and Outright Falsehoods of Barack Obama, a thorough dissection of Obama lies and perfidy with 259 pages of text and 22 pages of endnotes.

The Murder of the Middle Class

In his new book The Murder of the Middle Class, Wayne Allyn Root says “It’s time to stop bringing a knife to a gunfight – and bring a rocket launcher. It’s time to call the people who are trying to take the American dream away by their proper names: traitors, thieves, tyrants… " we agree ad think Root's book is essential reading for any politically active conservative.

Rick Perlstein: Time to ‘Fess Up and Make It Right With Craig Shirley

We were looking forward to Rick Perlstein's new Reagan book, until it came to our attention that much of it isn't exactly new. Allegedly, without proper attribution, it draws heavily on "Reagan's Revolution" by our friend Craig Shirley.


What strategies can conservatives employ to save the Republican Party from itself? What can be done to stop Obama's liberal agenda? Tune into C-SPAN Book TV this Sunday, August 3, 2014, at 6:00 p.m. Eastern as ConservativeHQ chairman Richard Viguerie reveals answers to these questions and more in a discussion of his new book, "Takeover: The 100-Year War for the Soul of the GOP and How Conservatives Can Finally Win It," at the Eagle Forum Collegians Leadership Summit in Washington, DC.  

Dinesh D’Souza Book Yanked From Costco

Cheryl K. Chumley, Washington Times

Costco has suddenly — and according to author Dinesh D’Souza, inexplicably —booted his book from stores nationwide, ordering chain operators to clear their shelves of “America: Imagine a World Without Her” by July 15.

New Book: Holder is "Obama's Enforcer" of His Lawless Agenda

Obama's Enforcer by John Fund, National Affairs Columnist for National Review Online and Hans von Spakovsky, Senior Legal Fellow at The Heritage Foundation, details how Attorney General Eric Holder and his agency protect Obama's flank on numerous fronts, while actively advancing a radical and largely hidden political agenda. 

Takeover: What It'll Take to Save the GOP and America

Beaufort Observer

Unaffiliated voters should know what they will be deciding on in the primaries. It's not so much a choice of candidates as it is a choice of the way we will allow ourselves to be governed. Richard Viguerie's book 'Takeover' should be required reading for every Repub.

Book Review: Dan Bongino's "Life Inside the Bubble"

Former Secret Service agent turned conservative congressional candidate Dan Bongino’s “Life Inside the Bubble” has just been added to my list of favorite political memoirs.

Bozell: Levin to the Rescue

L. Brent Bozell III, Townhall

Mark Levin's new book may be just what we need. He calls for a constitutional revision that limits the powers of Congress and SCOTUS.

A Return to The Conservative Mind

Gerald Russello, Daily Caller

Conservatism has forgotten its roots in the tradition of liberty and community. Let's revisit Russell Kirk's book.