Summer, for many people, means a lessening of responsibilities and more time to indulge in things like reading. That’s why publishers pack so many great books into the summer months. We’re two years into Donald Trump’s presidency and the political books are rolling out by the busload. We’ve now reached the point where we have escaped the “what happened” or “why he won” style books and we’re heading into books about the impending 2020 election and just about how the country has changed under Trump.

These are five political books set for release this summer I am definitely going to be checking out, and you should too.

Justice on Trial: The Kavanaugh Confirmation and the Future of the Supreme Court

The Kavanaugh hearing was a must-watch event for politics and left people extremely divided. It’s not as big of an issue now, but inevitably there will be another SCOTUS confirmation trial. Kavanaugh’s hearing will wildly impact it. The Kavanaugh hearing was a major wake-up-call for a lot of people on both sides of the aisle. I’m excited for a whole book on its impact.

Never Play Dead: How the Truth Makes You UnstoppableWhether you are a fan of Tomi Lahren or not, you have to admit she’s lived an interesting life both in and out of the spotlight. If you want to learn about how she became the person she is today, her conservative journey as a personality, and her insight into the Trump administration and fighting people who hate you, you’ll want to read this.

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Tipping Points: How to Topple the Left’s House of Cards

Liz Wheeler is a very active face on One American News Network, and in this book, you’ll learn not only her story but how she continues to tackle the “tipping points” and be a strong conservative voice in the media. You’ll also get some great tips for tipping the scales yourself.

Unfreedom of the Press

Radio host and conservative personality Mark Levin is back with a book taking a look at the media, fake news, the history of the First Amendment, and more. If you like listening to Levin or have read his other books and are just fascinated by what is happening in the media, you’re going to want to read this book. This isn’t just a take down of a certain newspaper but a true look at the history of the press.

The Conservative Sensibility

George Will is a widely-read and well-respected columnist who occasionally fires people up by talking about hot button issues. This is going to be a classic of conservatism for years to come, trust me. This hefty tome, over 500 pages, talks about the history of conservatism, has a strong foundation in history and ideological thinking, and is sure to make you smarter. There’s a reason George Will is basically a household name these days.

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Aryssa D
FFL Cabinet Member