The Human Events Book Service has tabulated its sales figures for 2007 and come up with the most popular books. The following books are ranked by sales figures and are all available at HEBookService.com.
1.If Democrats Had Any Brains, They’d be Republicans
By Ann Coulter
Here is the definitive collection of Coulterisms — an incisive, side-splitting, thought-provoking and always-entertaining compendium of Ann’s most devastating quotations — many of which have never before been published.
2. The Dangerous Book for Boys
By Conn and Hal Iggulden
The Dangerous Book for Boys harkens back to the days before video games and overprotective adults took all the real fun and adventure out of boyhood. This one-of-a-kind guidebook on all the things that boys want to do and learn about is the perfect book for every boy.
3. The Politically Incorrect Guide to Global Warming and Environmentalism
By Christopher Horner
This book tears the cover off the left’s manipulation of environmental issues for political purposes — and lays out incontrovertible evidence for the fact that catastrophic man-made global warming is just more Chicken-Little hysteria, not actual science.
4. The Politically Incorrect Guide to the South
By Clint Johnson
If there’s anything the liberal media love to hate, it’s the South. Today, almost every reminder of Southern history and heritage is under attack. The Politically Incorrect Guide to the South fights back against this media-led “hate the South” campaign.
5. The Politically Incorrect Guide to the Bible
By Robert J. Hutchinson
For secular fundamentalists, religion in general, and the Bible in particular, are not just wrong-headed but actually dangerous: Religion stands in the way of their power to reshape society into a secular utopia free from traditional ethical restraint. This book shows why the secularist assault on all religions as being equally likely to move people to commit evil deeds is drastically wrongheaded.
6. My Grandfather’s Son
By Clarence Thomas
In My Grandfather’s Son, Thomas tells his own moving, inspiring story — from the deprivations and humiliations of his youth to the unconscionable defamation he suffered at the hands of the Left during his hotly contested confirmation battle for the Supreme Court.
7. Power to the People
By Laura Ingraham
Power to the People reminds us that, while we rightly focus much of our attention on Islamic terrorists and enemy states, we must not lose sight of what is happening here at home, including the threats we face from an emboldened cultural left, the global liberal elite, science worshippers and politicians.
8. Blacklisted by History
By M. Stanton Evans
Sen. Joe McCarthy has been depicted as a lying bully who falsely named helpless victims in the government as Communists or Soviet agents. Baseless charges of subversion were the supposed essence of McCarthy’s method. In this book, M. Stanton Evans shows that virtually everything we’ve been told about McCarthy is false.
9. Kids Are Americans Too
By Bill O’Reilly
In Kids Are Americans Too, Bill O’Reilly speaks directly to his young audience about the fine lines between a kid’s liberties and responsibilities, delves into contemporary court cases that are helping to redefine kids’ rights today and shows by example how to be an advocate for your own rights.
10. The Politically Incorrect Guide to the Constitution
By Kevin Gutzman
This book shows that there is very little relationship between the Constitution ratified by the 13 states and the “constitutional law” imposed upon us in the name of that Constitution. Instead of a system dominated by state-level decision-makers and elected officials, federal judges have given us a highly centralized system run by bureaucrats and appointed officials.