Christopher Malagisi: Conservative Book Club's Top 10 Conservative and Dumbest Liberal Books of 2017
Get your holiday reading list ready. Christopher Malagisi, Editor in Chief at the Conservative Book Club joins us Whiskey Politics to announce the CBC's Top 10 Conservative Books of 2017 and the Top 5 Dumbest Liberal Books.
Christopher Malagisi is Editor in Chief of the Conservative Book Club (division of Salem Media Group), which is the largest political book club in the country with over 750K members nationwide. Malagisi is responsible for overseeing editorial, marketing, and advertising operations for CBC’s website, daily e-newsletter, social media platforms (over 565K followers), and serves as the Club’s public spokesman. He’s personally conducted over 200 interviews with presidential candidates, high-profile authors, and conservative thought-leaders, and will begin hosting the daily Conservative Book Club Podcast in February 2018!
He is also a political columnist at Townhall.com and has a weekly recurring segment on The Mike Gallagher Radio Show discussing political and cultural news, while announcing the weekly Conservative Book Bestseller List. He’s been published in leading publications, has been a guest political analyst on Fox News, Fox Business, OAN, and CSPAN, and has been a guest contributor on numerous national radio shows, including The Hugh Hewitt Show, The Dennis Prager Show, Brian Kilmeade & Friends, Bill Bennett’s Morning in America, and DC’s WMAL Mornings on the Mall.
Malagisi was previously the CPAC Director & Director of External Relations at the American Conservative Union where he was responsible for organizing the country’s largest and most influential annual conservative gathering. Under his leadership during the 2012 GOP presidential primary and election, he organized CPAC 2012, CPAC FL, and CPAC Chicago. Due to his efforts, BizBash awarded CPAC 2012 as one of the country’s best and most important political events of the year, and Campaigns & Elections Magazine named Malagisi a “DC Mover & Shaker,” and previously awarded him their “Rising Star Award.” He’s also received the “Conservative Leader Award” from The Leadership Institute, and recently received America’s Future Foundation’s “William F. Buckley Jr. Leadership Award” for significant achievements in advancing conservatism.
The Conservative Book Club can be found at www.conservativebookclub.com.
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