On July 7, 1981 President Ronald Reagan kept a campaign promise that would change the highest court in the land forever.
I picked up Thanks Obama by David Litt, a White House speech writer who now runs Funny or Die in DC. I was not disappointed.
If you like well-researched and well-written nonfiction on hot-button issues like diversity, police, and the modern political moment, look no further than the books of Heather MacDonald.
Former Vice President of the United States Dick Cheney and his daughter Liz Cheney tackle what makes America exceptional and why our military must always be strong in their 2015 book,
Spicey is back. The beleaguered and often mocked White House press secretary had, most likely, been forgotten by many since it’s been about a year since he resigned from his post and a lot of upheaval has happened since.
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
It’s not easy being a conservative woman, but Future Female Leaders tries to make it easier. That’s why we’re excited to recommend a book built around empowering conservative women written by a conservative woman
It’s not your typical political memoir–it’s better.
Three Days in Moscow, by Fox News anchor Bret Baier, takes a look not only at the titular time in the titular city but Ronald Reagan’s life as a whole
At a time when politics seems more divisive than ever, we can always look for more ways to come together as friends and fellow citizens.