Here's a list of the best conservative books of the year.
LOS ANGELES, Nov. 25, 2015 — Black Friday is the biggest shopping day of the year. Many Americans would sooner spend time in Iran, Syria or Chicago. The shopping malls are dangerous. Even the #BlackFridayLivesMatter crowd wants no part of this violence. Stay at home with a good book. There are plenty of politically conservative books that can be ordered online and delivered well in advance of Christmas and Hanukkah. Here is a list of some of the best, with my own newest tomes rounding out the list.
Evan Sayet — “The Kindergarten of Eden.” Praised by Rush Limbaugh, this is the quintessential book in understanding how the modern liberal thinks.
Trevor Loudon — “The Enemies Within.” Loudon takes on communists and progressives in both political parties. A proud New Zealander, Loudon knows that if America goes down, there is no place to go.
Col. Bill Cowan — “Snatching Hillary: A Satirical Novel.” Cowan is proof that military men can still have a sense of humor. He is retired and therefore comfortable wading into partisan politics.
Col. Ralph Peters — “The War after Armageddon.” This fast-paced thriller takes place after fictional nuclear attacks that eliminate Israel and destroy Los Angeles and Las Vegas.
Dr. Danny De Gracia — “American Kiss: A Collection of Short Stories.” Dr. De Gracia eschews the bombast and instead takes a thoughtful, kind and hopeful look at the search for the American dream.
Brian C. Anderson — “South Park Conservatives.” His 2004 predictions have been amazingly accurate. His book is very funny, showing how shows like “South Park” can help conservatives reclaim the high ground.
Dr. Charles Krauthammer — “Things That Matter.” Nobody knows everything, but people watch and listen to Krauthammer and think that maybe he does know everything.
Sean Hannity — “Deliver Us from Evil.” Although this book is a decade old, it offers a clear analysis of evil and why it must be confronted and defeated.
Donald Trump — “The Art of the Comeback.” This is Trump’s best book because he offers breathtaking humility. He takes the blame for his mistakes and shows how he straightened himself out and protected his business empire when it was at its most vulnerable.
Col. David Hunt — “They Just Don’t Get It.” This gruff former marine offers a serious analysis on what Americans need to do to win the War on Terror.
Col. Allen West — “Guardian of the Republic.” West is a hero who tells his story with humor, somehow combining boldness and modesty at the same time.
Rush Limbaugh — See, I told you so. “El Rushbo, Maja Rushie” is as funny as ever. Although this book is two decades old, its lessons are funny and timeless.
Ben Shapiro — “Bullies: How the left’s culture of fear and intimidation silences Americans.” With leftist protesters running wild, this book is as relevant as ever.
Eric Golub — Known as the Tygrrrr Express, my original three politically conservative comedy books are “Ideological Bigotry,” “Ideological Violence,” and “Ideological Idiocy.” Those were written in 2009 and 2010. 2015 saw the release of my newest politically conservative comedy book, “Ideological Lunacy.” It deals with the meltdown the left has after they gain power and their plans fail. This is told in a gentle manner, if by gentle one means a hard-charging battering ram.
2015 also saw the release of my first religious comedy book, “Jewish Lunacy.” This is a story of 6,000 years of history as told by somebody who missed the first 5,960 years. This one is very mild, inoffensive, non-controversial, warm and fuzzy.
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