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The Conservative Book Club Podcast

A podcast for thoughtful conservatives who want to make America great again — one book and movie at a time!

A candid conversation about books, movies, culture, and politics with the Conservative Book Club’s Editor in Chief, Christopher Malagisi.  Listen to exclusive one-on-one interviews with your favorite authors and public leaders, thoughtful political and cultural commentary, and book and movie reviews each week!  The CBC Podcast is now powered by the Ricochet podcast network!

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Episode #22 – Fox News’ Harris Faulkner’s 9 Rules for Life and Success, and Being “Outnumbered”

July 18, 2018

In a delightful and inspiring interview, CBC sits down with author and Fox News Host, Harris Faulkner, to discuss her new book, “9 Rules for Engagement: A Military Brat’s Guide to Life and Success.” She also tells about her time at Fox News anchoring “Outnumbered Overtime with Harris Faulkner,” in addition to co-hosting “Outnumbered,” and reveals her secrets of success!  […]

Episode #21 – Are There Any Movies for Conservatives This Summer? (Interview with CBC Film Reviewer Douglas Ernst)

July 11, 2018

It’s summer and Hollywood is in full swing with movies conservatives with love, or outright hate! To help guide the conservative moviegoer, we interviewed CBC Film Reviewer Douglas Ernst to learn about movies conservatives should patron, and which ones to avoid.  We also discus the state of Hollywood, its deep-rooted liberalism, the new Dinesh D’Souza and Michael Moore documentaries, and if Hollywood will ever make movies again for conservatives. Find out in our exclusive podcast author interview! […]

Podcast Special: Interview with Sen. Mike Lee – Nominee for Supreme Court Justice

July 2, 2018

Sen. Mike Lee is on President Trump’s short list for potential Supreme Court justices! CBC interview Sen. Lee recent about his new book, Written Out of History: The Forgotten Founders Who Fought Big Government, which is a study of several Founding Fathers and Mothers that were “written out of history” who warned about big government excesses.  We also discuss his thoughts on whether or not the GOP will really hold the Senate and the House in the 2018 elections. […]

Episode #20 – Vicksburg: The Real Turning Point of the Civil War (Interview with Historian Dr. Samuel Mitcham)

June 28, 2018

Contrary to most Civil War historians’ views, Dr. Samuel W. Mitcham Jr. posits that it was the Battle of Vicksburg, not Gettysburg, that was the true turning point of the Civil War. Learn about the tumultuous Battle of Vicksburg and why Grant and Lincoln considered it’s capture essential in winning the Civil War in our exclusive podcast interview with Dr. Mitcham about his new book, Vicksburg: The Bloody Siege That Turned the Tide of the Civil War. […]

Episode #19: A Road Trip Into the Heart of America (1961) – Interview with Author Lee Livingston

June 20, 2018

Escape to 1961 before the assassinations of JFK, MLK, and the Vietnam War when America was still civil and hopeful in Lee Livingston’s new book “In the Rearview Mirror: A Road Trip Into the Heart of Another Country – America 1961.” In our exclusive author interview with Lee Livingston, he tells us what 2018 America can learn from 1961 America. […]

Episode #18: Conrad Black Interview: 12 Things You Didn’t Know About Trump

June 6, 2018

Media tycoon Conrad Black discusses his new book, Donald Trump: A President Like No Other, his friendship with him, and explains how Trump’s financial failings forged a president. […]

Episode #17: Savage Liberty: Interview with Bestselling Author Eliot Pattison, the Importance of Historical Fiction, and Making Civics Education Great Again

June 1, 2018

Popular and bestselling historical fiction author, Eliot Pattison, discusses his new book, “Savage Liberty: A Mystery of Revolutionary America,” the importance of historical fiction, and how we can bring back functional civics education in our schools.   […]

Episode #16: Interview with Sen. Mike Lee – A Candid Discussion About His New Book “Written Out of History” and What Will Happen in the 2018 Elections

May 30, 2018

Exclusive one-on-one interview with Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT), discussing his new book, ‘Written Out of History: The Forgotten Founders Who Fought Big Government,” and his thoughts on whether or not the GOP will really hold the Senate and the House in the 2018 elections. […]

Episode #15 – “The Light Within” Ainsley Earhardt: Interview with the ‘Fox & Friends’ Co-Host About Her Journey to Faith, Family, and Fox News

May 25, 2018

How does someone come to Co-Host “Fox & Friends” – the No. 1 cable news morning show in the country? Through faith, family, and perseverance! Learn about the amazing story of America’s sweetheart and Fox News anchor, Ainsley Earhardt, and her deeply personal journey of faith, family, motherhood, and stunning rise at Fox News. […]

Episode #14: The Unbelievable WWII Story You’ve Never Heard (Book: “Coffin Corner Boys”)

May 22, 2018

You’ve seen “Hogan’s Heroes”, but have you heard of Capt. George Starks? Learn his story of escape from Nazi-occupied France in our latest podcast with Carole Engle Avriett, author of “Coffin Corner Boys”! […]

Episode #13: Rock Gets Religion – The Battle for the Soul of Rock ‘n’ Roll (Interview with Mark Joseph)

May 16, 2018

Learn how Christians are changing the face and music of Rock ‘n’ Roll, and how its effects are changing the soul of Rock ‘n’ Roll musicians and fans, with author Mark Joseph discussing his new book, “Rock Gets Religion: The Battle for the Soul of the Devil’s Music.” Joseph is also the producer of the upcoming free speech documentary film, “No Safe Spaces,” which stars Adam Carolla and Dennis Prager. […]

Episode #12: John Wilkes Booth and the Women Who Loved Him

May 9, 2018

At the time of his capture, strangely, John Wilkes Booth had pictures of five women in his pocket. Learn about the most notorious presidential assassin, his motivations for assassinating President Abraham Lincoln, his troubled personal background, and the stories of his raucous affairs, in our interview with E. Lawrence Abel about his new book, “John Wilkes Booth and the Women Who Loved Him.” […]

Episode #10: The Danger of Historical Revisionism

April 25, 2018

Learn how historical revisionism harming America, its noble purpose in the world, and how this has led to the hyperpartisan devolution of civil discourse today in our exclusive author interview with Richard Trzupek about his new book, “America’s Journey: Underdog to Overlord, Regrets to Rebirth.” […]

Episode #9: The 3 Real Reasons Why Hollywood Is So Liberal

April 19, 2018

How did Hollywood go from Reagan to Alec Baldwin? Learn 3 reasons why Hollywood is so liberal and how conservatives can fight back in our latest podcast! […]

Episode #8: Sebastian Gorka Interview: His Thoughts on Syria, Russia, the Mueller Investigation, and His New Book

April 12, 2018

Considered one of the most controversial figures in the Trump administration, Dr. Sebastian Gorka holds nothing back in this exclusive podcast author interview about Trump, Russia, Syria, and the Mueller investigation […]

Episode #7: Dennis Prager Interview: His New Book “The Rational Bible: Exodus,” His New Movie, Prager U, and the Restoration of Faith in America

April 5, 2018

Live from the Conservative Book Club offices in Washington, DC, we interviewed renown national talk radio host and bestselling author Dennis Prager!  He’s the author of the news book, “The Rational Bible: Exodus – God, Slavery and Freedom.” We discuss his new book, his new movie with Adam Carolla called “No Safe Spaces,” the incredible success of PragerU, and the restoration of faith in America. […]

Episode #6: Interview with Rep. Trey Gowdy & Sen. Tim Scott: Their New Book “Unified,” Their Friendship, and How We Can Fix a Divided Country

April 4, 2018

In our very fun exclusive podcast author interview with both Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC) and Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC), we discuss their new book “Unified: How Our Unlikely Friendship Gives Us Hope For a Divided Country,” their unique friendship, and how their example can serve as a way to unify our divided nation, along political, cultural and racial lines. […]

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