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Top Conservative Books of 2015


The loony Left gave these authors plenty to write about

If there’s a silver lining to be found as liberals slowly dig their claws deeper into American society, it’s that their crazy lefty antics provide no shortage of things for conservatives to write about. There was quite a bit of liberal tomfoolery in 2015, so it should come as no surprise that 2015 was a great year for conservative books.

From searing critiques and exposes of political corruption and political biography, to investigations into the very nature of liberalism as well as works by GOP presidential hopefuls, a plethora of great conservative reads was published in 2015. Of course, sorting through all of these new titles and knowing where to start can be difficult, so we decided to make it easy and compile a list of our favorite conservative reads of 2015.

If your New Year’s resolution this year is to read more, or if you know a special someone with a birthday coming up — or if you’re simply looking to expand your knowledge and learn more about the many ways in which liberalism and political correctness are ruining America — you’ve come to the right place.

‘Last Act: The Final Years and Emerging Legacy of Ronald Reagan’ by Craig Shirley

Last Act linkCraig Shirley’s “Last Act” tells the story of Reagan’s final years and cements the author’s place as today’s foremost Reagan biographer. Extensive, affectionate, and at times very moving, the book shines a much-needed light on the last few chapters of Reagan’s life story, and is an eloquent tribute and testament to one of the most beloved presidents in American history.