Whether you are new to the world of politics or a seasoned reader, there is a book for you on our list of most searched politics books of 2022. Discover past and current America and a range of important topics that affect all of our lives today.

Liberal Privilege: Joe Biden and the Democrats’ Defense of the Indefensible

Donald Trump Jr

Donald Trump Junior reveals the truth about the media in his bestselling second book. Uncovering countless Liberal scandals, years of racism, and multiple failed policies will open eyes and convey true Liberal privilege. Discover the information you wish you knew before the last presidential election. While the general American works hard for their money, liberals found ways to barely work and rise above us all. A must-read to find out how Biden and his family have benefited so much by doing so little. Joe Biden is the true face of liberal privilege, corruption, grift, and pure greed have led the way to Biden’s success.

The American Covenant: The Untold Story

Marshall Foster

The American Covenant asks the question on everyone’s lips, what’s happened to the country that once led the world by example?
The belief in a better tomorrow that our forefathers promised has long since been in doubt. Tainted by an intrusive, greedy government who regularly proves its incompetency.
Exploring the very foundation on which American economic, governmental, legal, educational, and spiritual institutions are built. This book documents the events in exciting, vivid detail.

Critical Race Theory: The Key Writings That Formed the Movement

Crenshaw, Gotanda, Peller

This book provides an overview of essential themes from the Critical Race movement and a detailed look at the beliefs and views that started the movement. Founders have come together to review this collection of work which includes essays on “Whiteness as Property” by Cheryl Harris, “Race Consciousness” by Garry Peller, and “Race, Reform and Retrenchment” by Kimberle Crenshaw. An altogether thought-provoking must-have for any intellect wishing to understand more about radical justice and new ways topics such as race, gender, sexuality, and class and linked together in a modern world.

Killing Crazy Horse: The Merciless Indian Wars in America

Bill O’Reilly

Go behind the legends and discover lesser-known historical moments about the beginning of America.
Explore the complex history between the foundations of modern America and the already owned land of the Cherokee Nation. Relive the battles for the Creek Nation, learn about the ‘sea to shining sea’ policy and the barbaric enforcement ‘treaty’ that forced many from their homes along the now named Trail of Tears. O’Reilly and Dugard thrill readers with their fast-paced storytelling, revealing shocking information that will ultimately impart lessons, still relevant today.

Color, Communism and Common Sense

Manning Johnson

This book tells the story of how one black American communist became disillusioned with the world of communism. Filled with tales of his experiences, difficulties, and realizations that he was not part of building a better future as he had once believed. After ten years of being devoted to the communist model, Johnson shares his opinions on ending capitalism and how this would create a more peaceful world and wealth for everyone. Find out about the red conspiracy, and question, is this really the way to a better future?

Which Way Western Man?

William Gayley Simpson

After a lifetime of observing the Western Civilization, Simpson believes he has found an answer to the ‘sickness’ that has taken over the Western world in recent decades. He goes into depth about a range of topics all intertwined within his findings. They include:
The deception of our money system and his realization that wealth isn’t the ultimate goal
The incompatibility of capitalism and the human psyche
– He believes that Feminism is not the liberation of women but the unsexing of them.
– Quoting multiple reliable sources confirming the physiological basis of intellect in Africa, not publicly available since World War 2.

Bohemian Grove: Cult of Conspiracy

Hanson Mike

‘Few have any hope of becoming president of the Bohemian club’ – Former U.S. President Richard Nixon An elite club of members meets for a few days each year; it has long since been speculated what happens behind the closed doors at the Bohemian Grove. With the help of Mike Hanson, now all can be revealed. With firsthand accounts and with the first-ever video footage to surface from the events, this book is sure to be a thrilling read. Past member lists were available to the public; however, they are now kept private. Members include current and former U.S. Presidents, powerful businessmen, Hollywood stars, and many others at the top of their arts profession.

How ‘Bout Them, Cowboys!: An In-depth Look at America’s Team

Frank Coffey, Ernie Wood, Tony Seidl

Relive the 1992 playoffs that resulted in the Cowboy’s Superbowl victory in this fascinating account of what happened at the Dallas Cowboys while being coached by Jimmy Johnson.
This book takes an in-depth look at one of America’s favorite teams and their owner Jerry Jones. Jerry bought the team in 1989, discovered his rise to the top when the Cowboys won the Superbowl and what happened after such success, as they now haven’t won in over 20 years.

Trump: The Art of the Comeback

Donald J. Trump, Kate Bohner

The Great Depression of 1990 is where Trump’s story begins. In this book, he reveals how he reclaimed millions in bank loans to help survive the recession. During this time, he created the biggest and most successful casino in Atlantic City, took part in the most lucrative projects ever to happen in New York City, and gained the rights to the Miss Universe pageant. Whatever you think about Donald Trump, he has excellent instincts, rich dreams, and is a true American. Full of stories and anecdotes about his life told bluntly and hilariously. This book is not to be missed.

American Civilization – 7 edition

David Mauk, John Oakland

Now in its 7th edition, American Civilization provides students with an overview of essential topics concerning modern American Life, including geography, the environment, government and politics, religion, education, sports, and the arts.
Updates in the 7th edition include: – Including recent events such as the 2016 U.S. election and 2017 presidential inauguration: – Key themes such as terrorist incidents, immigration, Black Lives Matter, and progress in the LGBT community – Discusses issues of gender, class, race, and minorities across America – Now fully accompanied with interactive online resources.