Lazy summer days lounging by the pool with a good book is the ultimate pastime – but often not a reality for mothers.
Poolside antics usually consist of convincing your toddler to wear their “floaties,” passing out snacks continuously, and wading around the pool with a flock of children on your back.
But there are the occasional quiet moments during these warm (or incredibly hot) summer months when the kids are enthralled with their new chalk bucket and you get a moment to throw yourself into a good book – and we have the perfect suggestions.
1. Blackout by Candace Owens
The liberals have successfully created not only political tension in America, but have attempted to create a racial divide.
Conservative author and speaker Candace Owens “goes into grave detail about how the democratic party has offered few solutions to ongoing issues within the Black community,” as the Daily Caller explains.
Owens works closely with famed conservative Ben Shapiro, chief editor of The Daily Wire, and has quickly gained a respected status within conservative circles.
With her witty remarks and unwavering fundamental views, she’s been considered a future candidate for the Oval Office, as Mommy Underground previously reported.
2. Profiles in Corruption by Peter Schweizer
Investigative reporter and bestselling author of “Clinton Cash” Peter Schweizer writes his newest masterpiece on how the progressives in America are willing to sell their souls for personal gain.
Schweizer narrows in on the wealthy and powerful leftist elite who will put law, morality, and common human decency to the side if it means having their agenda met.
We have seen this time and time again, as with Hillary Clinton encouraging U.S. Postal Service employees to break federal law in order to promote her (lost) presidency, as Mommy Underground has previously reported.
Profiles in Corruption is a definite must-read for those looking for a well-written perspective on the corruption within the Democratic Party.
3. The Mind of a Conservative Woman by Senator Marsha Blackburn
A true voice for women, Senator Marsha Blackburn of Tennessee writes about being a conservative woman du
ring a time when the media praises liberal women.
But the inherit nature of women, Blackburn explains, is supported by conservatism, where our bodies and families are protected.
This needs to heard by all young women who are being told the complete opposite in today’s society.
4. United States of Socialism by Dinesh D’Souza
Never has the United States government as a democratic republic been under such a domestic threat as it is today.
The United States of Socialism is an eye-opening page turner that dives into an ideology D’Souza refers to as “identity socialism,” which is a “marriage between classic socialism and identity politics.”
D’Souza warns the American public that this nation as we know it will be eliminated if the progression of socialism isn’t ended immediately.
With our books, television, and social media inundated with liberal propaganda, it is time we started supporting the resistance to the left and hold fast to the things we know are true.
(h/t Mommy Underground)