Leaders are gifted individuals that lead their followers towards the right path, helping them grow and become better versions of themselves. Political leaders are the ones that lead not only the people but entire nations towards prosperity. They shoulder one of the biggest responsibilities, and the fact that we, civilians, are choosing them puts a much greater responsibility on us.
Honesty. Compassion. Integrity. Confidence. Flexibility. Just.
These are the traits that make a great political leader. It is due to this reason; we need to step into the voting booths fully informed. You need to understand that your vote can make a huge difference as it contributes to determining your nation’s fate.
While there are several online platforms that help to equip the voters with the necessary information to help people make the right choice when they are standing in the voting booth, but not all are reliable. Books are, indeed, the best resource that we have got. If you wish to make a difference with your vote, make sure to read these eight books before entering the voting booth.
Empowering the African Americans and helping them realize their rights is Candace Owen’s Blackout: How Black America Can Make Its Second Escape from the Democrat Plantation. She is a political activist and a social media star who, through her writing, wants to give a wake-up call to all the African American voters. Her book sheds light upon the liberal policies that negatively impact the African American population in the country. The book also discusses the fact of how the government dismisses the values of this population.
Written by Trey Gowdy, a former state and federal prosecutor, Doesn't Hurt to Ask: Using the Power of Questions to Communicate, Connect, and Persuade, is a must-read literary piece if you want to become a well-informed voter. The book is all about equipping the readers with a mindset that helps them as the right questions at the right time. It teaches readers to have a complete understanding of their beliefs and values. With case studies, this book will help you excel in the art of asking questions.
Fallout: Nuclear Bribes, Russian Spies, And Washington Lies That Enriched The Clinton And Biden Dynasties
The next in line is the John Solomon and Seamus Bruner’s literary masterpiece, Fallout: Nuclear Bribes, Russian Spies, and Washington Lie That Enriched the Clinton and Biden Dynasties. There is no denying there; to make effective voting decisions, a voter needs to be well-informed about the recent political events. This book serves as an indispensable guide to all the recent events that every voter needs to have at the back of their minds before giving their vote.
The book, Ship of Fools is written by the anchor of Fox News’ Tucker Carlson Tonight. In his book, Tucker criticizes the new system while highlighting the absence of traditional liberals. He has written this book upon his stance that talks about how the leaders are fools and are just ‘captains of a sinking ship.’ The readers will enjoy the writer's witty style but will also develop an understanding of the way the ‘new’ leaders are taking things forward.
This list will be incomplete without mentioning Matthew Whitaker’s Above the Law: The Inside Story of How the Justice Department Tried to Subvert President Trump. Mathew stepped into American politics to see justice being served in the country. He also had a desire to see the democratic system of the country work. The book is a reflection of the writer’s expectations for the country’s democratic and political system.
The book, Don't Burn This Book: Thinking for Yourself in an Age of Unreason, is written by Dave Rubin. The book equips the readers with a mindset that lets them analyze the political situation without external influences. Rubin’s book is crafted to empower every voter to make the best choice for themselves. It helps the readers establish a mindset that lets them focus on the fact rather than their privileges, allows them to stand up against the mob, and equips them with a thought process that lets them defend the classical liberal pieces.
The name, Pete Hegseth, is not unknown in the world of writing. With his book, American Crusade: Our Fight to Stay Free, serves as an epitome of unapologetic patriotism. The book provides an insight into who is on what side. By helping people see the clear picture, this book aims to assist people in making the right choice for not only themselves but also for their country. He has mixed his patriotism, strong insights into political inadequacy with humor make his book worth reading for all the American voters.
Penned by a Navy Seal, Dan Crenshaw, the book, “Fortitude: American Resilience in the Era of Outrage,” is a treasure for all those who truly love America. The book holds the secrets that help in preserving the freedom and foundation of the country. As the author of this book understands that separating the trivial from the truly meaningful, it gives this book immense value in this category. The book combines real-life experiences with this country’s philosophical ideologies to remind the readers that the Americans who stand at the front line of the fight for cultural liberty make America one of the greatest nations in the world.
These eight books are, by far, the most treasurable pieces for all those who want to make well-thought decisions. If you want to play your part in the well-being of this country, value your voting rights as they can really make a difference!