February 4, 2016
WASHINGTON, DC – The liberal New York Times has once again reminded us why they can’t be trusted to be fair and impartial as they propagate Jane Mayer’s new hit piece book on the Koch Brothers, titled Dark Money: The Hidden History of the Billionaires Behind the Rise of the Radical Right. Not only did they place it at No. 2 on their NYT Nonfiction Best Sellers List this week, they gave it a blushing review for a “nonpartisan” author who also happens to write for the “nonpartisan” The New Yorker.
Even though the mere title of the book suggests a bias, the NYT book reviewer calls Meyer’s work a “straightforward and largely unemotional prose,” even though the book attacks the integrity of the Koch family. Her thesis is that somehow supporting 501(c)4 organizations - a legally recognized nonprofit organization allowed to participate in political activity, is somehow antithetical to the American democratic process.
At one point, the author even tries to make the case that the Koch Brothers’ belief in free market principles and scholars like Friedrich Hayek – the author of the pro-freedom treatise The Road to Serfdom, is somehow the nefarious basis for their “schemes” to promote anti-democratic ideas like individual freedom and less intrusive government.
“Never mind that George Soros, the Hollywood elite, Tom Steyer, and the Democracy Alliance raises billions for liberal causes, there of course is no double standard here whatsoever,” said Christopher Malagisi, Editor in Chief of the Conservative Book Club. “Its books like these that are the reasons why a Conservative Book Club exists to set the record straight, and why we offer a Conservative Bestseller List.”
To learn the true story of conservative donors, check out Ron Robinson and Nicole Hoplin's Funding Fathers. Robinson is the president of the Young America's Foundation, which provides essential conferences, seminars, educational materials, internships, and speakers to young people across the country.
The Conservative Book Club’s weekly Conservative Bestseller List will be announced each Thursday, in conjunction with The Mike Gallagher Show, and is the most accurate, unbiased, data-driven source for ranking books on conservative topics.
February 3, 2016
Of the forty-four presidents who have led the United States, nine made mistakes that permanently scarred the nation.
Which nine? Brion McClanahan, author of The Politically Incorrect Guide to the Founding Fathers and The Founding Fathers' Guide to the Constitution, will surprise readers with his list, which he supports with exhaustive and entertaining evidence.
9 Presidents Who Screwed Up America is a new look back at American history that unabashedly places blame for our nation's current problems on the backs of nine very flawed men.
Inside Cover Flap:
It Didn’t Start with Barack Obama
America is well on her way to becoming a banana republic. With presidents signing patently unconstitutional legislation, refusing to enforce laws they don’t like, and even making appointments without the advice and consent of the Senate, it’s clear that the federal Republic our Constitution established is hanging by a thread. And yet the chances that a president who has flouted our founding document and the very rule of law will be impeached are slim to none.
Americans seem to have resigned ourselves to the exact form of government that the framers
and ratifiers of our Constitution feared most: the tyranny of an elected monarch. The executive branch of the U.S. federal government has grown so far beyond the bounds set for it in our
Constitution that Americans can no longer claim to govern ourselves. We only get the chance to pick the man who will spend four years legislating unilaterally with his pen, waging undeclared wars, and usurping still more powers that the people and the states never delegated to the federal government in the first place.
But how did we get here?
Step by unconstitutional step, as historian Brion McClanahan reveals in Nine Presidents Who Screwed Up America—And Four Who Tried to Save Her. McClanahan’s ranking of the presidents is surprising—because he judges them on the only true standard: whether or not they kept their oath of office to “preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States.”
February 3, 2016
Hillary Clinton barely squeaked out a win against Bernie Sanders in Iowa -- in part because she won 6 out of 6 coin flips to earn more state delegates. Was her luck coincidental? See what this cartoon has to say!