Conservatives are resuming their historically dominant position atop the New York Times and Amazon.com bestsellers lists after a short hiatus that coincided, not coincidentally, with George W. Bush’s tenure in the White House.
While the mainstream media raved about a new era of leftist intellectual supremacy during the liberal ascendance on the bestsellers lists, the return of conservative books to the tops of those lists seems to be going unnoticed.
Amazon, which, unlike the New York Times, ranks books according to the number of actual copies sold, shows Glenn Beck’s Common Sense rounding out the top, with Michelle Malkin’s Culture of Corruption coming in a close second. Ron Paul’s End the Fed comes in at number seven, Mark Levin’s Liberty and Tyranny is at number nine, and at number 22 is Dick Morris and Eileen Mcgann’s Catastrophe, which carries the blunt sub-heading, “How Obama, Congress, and the special interests are transforming… a slump into a crash, freedom into socialism, and a disaster into a catastrophe… and how to fight back.”
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Read More: By Lachlan Markay, Newsbusters