Sure, this book wasn’t revolutionary. It didn’t blow my mind or really change me, but it was interesting, and I hope to see more of the Buttigieg’s in the future.
On July 7, 1981 President Ronald Reagan kept a campaign promise that would change the highest court in the land forever.
If you like history and are a conservative, you’re going to want to read everything Craig Shirley has written.
This review first appeared on FutureFemaleLeader.com History nerds will geek out over this in depth but surprisingly readable biography of famous Supreme Court Chief Justice John Marshall by historian and biographer Richard Brookhiser. As someone who loved history in school but has since pursued mostly other interests, this was a good foray back into the…
Lou Cannon is one of the most renown Ronald Reagan biographers
General James Mattis is one of the most highly regarded members of the Trump administration and was confirmed as Secretary of Defense in a 98-1 vote in the Senate.
It’s hard to keep up with all of the books coming out any given week, let alone season, but it seems like this fall is an even crazier publication season than could otherwise be expected
The ins and outs of politics are fascinating to read about, especially in the modern age when they can be so crazy, no matter if you agree with the executive decisions being made or not.
The world mourned the loss of Barbara Bush, former First Lady of the United States, mother of a president, and literacy advocate, when she passed away in April of 2018.
No one does biography quite like Walter Isaacson. There is a reason he’s a consistent New York Times bestseller.
If you want to learn about Russian history, you want to read Helen Rappaport’s books.
Now that she is kicking butt and taking names at the United Nations, let’s take a look back at how she got to where she is today.