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Get Married: Why Americans Must Defy the Elites, Forge Strong Families, and Save Civilization

This is a book for anyone who wants to under­stand why, even as fewer men and women tie the knot, America’s most fundamental institution matters for our civilization more than ever. And for men and women looking to establish strong, stable, and happy unions for themselves and their children, Get Married reveals the road forward.

Listen to Brad Wilcox on Breaking Battlegrounds: Episode 192

Failure of Leadership (Hardcover)

On August 15, 2021, the Taliban took Kabul, and Afghanistan became Hell on Earth. Over the 15 days that followed, private citizens led an effort to rescue thousands of Americans and U.S. allies trapped behind enemy lines. This never-before-told account reveals the lies, betrayal, and treason of the Biden administration, including the tragic story of how they allowed a suicide bomber to murder 13 servicemen and women.

Listen to Jack Melton on Breaking Battlegrounds: Episode 192

Z Generation: Into the Heart of Russia's Fascist Youth (New Perspectives on Eastern Europe & Eurasia)

How did Vladimir Putin win Russians’ support for his genocidal war in Ukraine and why are so many of them willing to embrace fascism? This vivid, bottom-up narrative reveals the dark realities of youth fascism in Russia―and the darker future awaiting the country if that hold cannot be broken. Wartime Russia is drowning in fascist symbols. Zealous patriots attack journalists, opposition activists, and anyone suspected of betraying the motherland. Hordes of online trolls and sleek videos of angry young men urge citizens to join the cause. State television terrifies viewers with false tales of anti-Russian conspiracies and genocidal yearnings. Child soldiers proudly parade across Red Square. This is Russia in the 2020s: a land of performative rage and nationalist untruth, where pretence and broken promises are a way of life, and an apocalyptic mindset is seizing tomorrow’s Russians. As compelling as it is chilling, Z Generation shows how Russia has ended up here, and where its young people may be headed: a fascist generation more violent and ideological than anything the country has seen before.

Listen to Ian Garner on Breaking Battlegrounds: Episode 192

Stalingrad Lives - Stories of Combat and Survival

In the fall of 1942, only the city of Stalingrad stood between Soviet survival and defeat as Hitler’s army ran rampant. With the fate of the USSR hanging in the balance, Soviet propaganda chiefs sent their finest writers into the heat of battle. After six months of terrifying work, these men succeeded in creating an enduring epic of Stalingrad. Their harrowing tales of valour and heroism offered hope for millions of readers. “Stalingrad lives!” went the rallying cry: the city had to live if the nation was to stave off defeat. In Stalingrad Lives Ian Garner brings together a selection of short stories written at and after the battle. They reveal, for the first time in English, the real Russian narrative of Stalingrad – an epic story of death, martyrdom, resurrection, and utopian beginnings. Following the authors into the hellish world of Stalingrad, Garner traces how tragedy was written as triumph. He uncovers how, dealing with loss and destruction on an unimaginable scale, Soviet readers and writers embraced the story of martyred Stalingrad, embedding it into the Russian psyche for decades to come. Featuring lost work by Vasily Grossman alongside texts by luminaries such as Konstantin Simonov, Viktor Nekrasov, and Ilya Ehrenburg, Stalingrad Lives offers a literary perspective on the Soviet Union at war.

Listen to Ian Garner on Breaking Battlegrounds: Episode 192


What will a father do when his son is mistaken for a monkey? What won’t he do?

I thought it was a nice day to take my family to the zoo. How could I have known what horrible thing was going to happen? Now questions arise. Will my son find a new and hairier family? Will he get fleas? Do bananas and monkey chow make for a balanced diet.

Most important, will he ever come home?

In this touching, original board book from #1 New York Times bestselling author, Richard Paul Evans, (Illustrated by famed British artist Andy Catling) a father shows just how far he’ll go to bring his son home.  My Son Lives in a Tree is a humorous and poignant look at the love between parents and children. The children and grandchildren in your life will want you to read it over and over.

Listen to Richard Paul Evans on Breaking Battlegrounds: Episode 162

A Battle for the Soul of Islam: An American Muslim Patriot's Fight to Save His Faith

A conservative American Muslim and former U.S. Navy Lieutenant Commander provides an alternate voice to radical Islam, providing “a candid, patriotic pushback against Muslim stereotyping” (Kirkus Reviews).

Can a Good Muslim Be a Good American?

Among the unsettling social shifts in the wake of 9/11 was a division here in the United States, often sadly along party lines, between those who believed every Muslim was a potential threat and those who believed no Muslim could do wrong. In a compelling and balanced must-read, “one of the most controversial Muslims in the United States” (Jerusalem Post)

The Biden Malaise: How America Bounces Back from Joe Biden's Dismal Repeat of the Jimmy Carter Years Hardcover – July 18, 2023

“In the style of a dogged prosecutor, Strassel builds a devastating case against Joe Biden’s record…THE BIDEN MALAISE is must-read ahead of 2024, as conservative voters prepare to make consequential choices.”―Guy Benson, Fox News &

The bestselling author of Resistance (At All Costs) and The Intimidation Game argues that Joe Biden, like Jimmy Carter before him, has mired the country in weakness, inflation and political unease. 

Listen to Kimberley Strassel on Breaking Battlegrounds: Episode 154

Watchdog: The Real Stories Behind the Headlines from the Congressman Who Exposed Washington's Biggest Scandals

You might think you had a front-row seat to the shocking scandals of Benghazi, the IRS targeting of conservatives, Fast & Furious, illegal email servers, mishandling America’s secrets and cover-ups at the EPA. The rest of the story, told here for the first time, is even more troubling.

In Watchdog, Congressman Darrell Issa reveals some of the worst of Washington, pulls back the curtain on business as usual in the Capitol, and lets in the sunshine of accountability.

Listen to Congressman Darrell Issa on Breaking Battlegrounds: Episode 149

Tested by Zion: The Bush Administration and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

This book tells the full inside story of the Bush Administration and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Written by a top National Security Council officer who worked at the White House with Bush, Cheney, and Rice and attended dozens of meetings with figures like Sharon, Mubarak, the kings of Jordan and Saudi Arabia, and Palestinian leaders, it brings the reader inside the White House and the palaces of Middle Eastern officials.

Listen to Elliott Abrams on Breaking Battlegrounds: Episode 146

A Time for Truth: Reigniting the Miracle of America

Liberals love to hate Ted Cruz. The outspoken Texas senator has a knack for getting under their skin. His quotable remarks – and even more, his principled stands on numerous national issues – have made him a political lightning rod and the most Googled man in Washington.

Listen to Senator Ted Cruz on Breaking Battlegrounds: Episode 136

Solemn Duty in the Old Guard: From Arlington National Cemetery to the Pentagon on 9/11 in America's Oldest Regiment

This candid memoir recounts the author’s nearly four years in the 3rd United States Infantry Regiment–a.k.a. “The Old Guard” or “Escort to the President”–from 2000 to 2004. Beginning with his grueling summertime infantry basic training at Fort Benning, Georgia, he depicts the day-to-day challenges and triumphs of life in the U.S. Army.

Listen to Mark Joseph Mongilutz on Breaking Battlegrounds: Episode 135

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