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10 New Books Every Conservative Should Read

These excellent books expose the depths of liberal corruption, shine a light on the truth, and give sound advice for creating a better future.

By NTK Staff | 02.04.2019 @4:36pm
10 New Books Every Conservative Should Read

With fake news swirling and a news cycle that moves forward at breakneck speed, it can be easy to get lost in the headlines.

But a number of excellent new books challenge us to dig deeper to learn what’s really going on and what we can do to create a better tomorrow. Here are our top picks:

1. Them: Why We Hate Each Other—and How to Heal by Sen. Ben Sasse


Sen. Ben Sasse shares personal anecdotes and broader trends to show that American partisan anger is hitting a fever-pitch. But Sasse argues that the root of the problem goes deeper than politics. He explores different facets of American life to explain where we went wrong and how we can do better moving forward.




2. Ship of Fools: How a Selfish Ruling Class is Bringing America to the Brink of Revolution by Tucker Carlson

The Fox News host reveals how out-of-touch elites are steering our country in the way they want it to go, using identity politics to distract from what they’re really doing. He exposes what’s going on and lays out a plan to stop it.





3. Spygate: The Attempted Sabotage of Donald J. Trump by Dan Bongino and D.C. McAllister

Former Secret Service agent and NYPD police officer Dan Bongino and journalist D.C. McAllister delve into how foreign and domestic powers conspired to defeat Donald Trump, and, when that failed, used subterfuge in an effort to discredit him. The book comes highly recommended by the president himself.





4. The Deep State: How an Army of Bureaucrats Protected Barack Obama and Is Working to Destroy the Trump Agenda by Jason Chaffetz

Former Congressman and Chairman of House Oversight Jason Chaffetz shares how he took on the powerful bureaucrats who worked behind-the-scenes to bolster former President Obama and reveals how those same people have stuck around to do everything they can to destroy President Trump.




5. The Case Against Impeaching Trump by Alan Dershowitz

Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz makes a strict Constitutionalist argument for why there is currently no case for impeaching, much less removing, President Trump. As Democrats take control of the House, Dershowitz’s work has become more important than ever.




6. The Point of It All: A Lifetime of Great Loves and Endeavors by Charles Krauthammer

This is a broad overview of the most important works of celebrated American columnist and thinker Charles Krauthammer. In the era of click-bait and “fake news,” Krauthammer’s life and work give us a shining example of what journalism should be.




7. Secret Empires: How the American Political Class Hides Corruption and Enriches Family and Friends by Peter Schweizer

Peter Schweizer provides shocking revelation after shocking revelation of the creative ways America’s most powerful politicians have used their positions to enrich themselves and their families. Schweizer shares what’s going on below the surface and what must be done to stop it.




8. Liars, Leakers, and Liberals: The Case Against the Anti-Trump Conspiracy by Jeanine Pirro

The title says it all. Fox News host Jeanine Pirro cuts through the liberal media narrative to share what the Trump administration is really like and why what the liberals are doing to try to thwart the president is downright criminal.





9. 12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaos by Jordan Peterson

This isn’t a political book, but Peterson’s no-nonsense approach to living life well flies in the face of the left’s nanny state and trigger warning philosophies. He’s been able to resonate with young Americans like few others have, making this book well worth your time.




10. The Coddling of the American Mind: How Good Intentions and Bad Ideas Are Setting Up a Generation for Failure by Jonathan Haidt and Greg Lukianoff

Haidt and Lukianoff openly admit that they aren’t conservative, but they are deeply concerned about the recent trend of college students who feel the need to be protected from ideas that challenge their own and administrators who bow to their students’ outrageous demands. The authors take a look at how this happened and what needs to change.

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