After a brief hiatus the CBC is back to bring you a new and improved user experience. Our new site will allow you to create your own conservative bookshelf, rate books, post comments, and share your favorite books with your friends.
ANN COULTER JOINS AND ENDORSES THE CONSERVATIVE BOOK CLUB!
All of this is for FREE! Yes, you read that correctly. No more buying three books to get some books free, etc. There is NO cost to join the new CBC and no commitment for future book ordering, as being a website registered user is free!
Browse through our new book and author directory with over 750 books, 500 authors, and 550 book reviews!
BOOK REVIEWS (Note: It may take a minute to load this page your first visit, or if you clear your cache)
Read through our original written and aggregated book reviews of your favorite conservative books, including new releases and bestsellers! While the mainstream media often ignores or attacks conservative-themed books, the CBC will provide fair and thoughtful reviews.
Are you fed up with politically-correct bestseller lists? At last, here is a bestseller list just for you! Our Weekly Conservative Bestseller List tells you what’s hot, what’s rising, and what’s got staying power in the world of conservative books.
Make sure you never miss a new conservative book! As a CBC member, you’ll be alerted to new releases. We also go behind the scenes to bring you advance news and previews of upcoming conservative books, before they hit the shelves!
Every week, the CBC will highlight one book as our Editor’s Pick. We sift through all books to find worthy recommendations to answer the age-old question of book lovers everywhere: “What should I read next?”
Discover the classic books that shaped the conservative movement and inspired a generation of thought-leaders. We’ll highlight the books that made a difference then and now — books that still resonate for all those who cherish liberty.
For more than 50 years, the Conservative Book Club has been your trusted source for conservative books, authors, news, and reviews. As the CBC helped make names like Buckley, Friedman, Hayek, and Kirk household names, our goal is to continue that great legacy with new generations of conservative book lovers, just like you.
In an age when socialists like Bernie Sanders are becoming more popular, it’s good to remember that capitalism is, unlike socialism, a great force for prosperity and good. Famed economist Milton Friedman explained the virtues of capitalism on the Phil Donahue show back in the day — watch below!