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Kalorama Audio is a leading audio publisher for politics and policy. Kalorama Audio has developed partnerships with journalists, authors, and commentators writing about politics, policy initiatives, and public discourse.

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The Button

by Tom Z. Collina & William J. Perry; read by John Pruden

From authors William J. Perry and Tom Z. Collina, The Button recounts the terrifying history of nuclear launch authority, from the faulty forty-six-cent microchip that nearly caused World War III to president Trump's tweet about his "much bigger & more powerful" button. Learn More
Authoritarian Nightmare

by Bob Altemeyer & John W. Dean; Rick Adamson

To fully understand the Trump phenomenon, John Dean, a man with a history of standing up to autocratic presidents, joins with Bob Altemeyer, a psychology professor with a unique area of expertise: authoritarianism. Learn More
Monster of Their Own Making

by Jack Buckby; read by Dominic Vaughn

Recounting his experiences amongst far-right terrorists and extremists, Jack Buckby shows how conservatives and liberals are both wrong about the far right. Learn More
Policing the Second Amendment

by Jennifer Carlson; read by Teri Schnaubelt

Linking the politics of guns with the politics of policing, Policing the Second Amendment unravels the complex relationship between public law enforcement, legitimate violence, and race. Learn More
Personality Wins

by Merrick Rosenberg with Richard Ellis; read by Jonathan Yen

Personality has determined the winner of the last twenty-two US presidential elections—and it will decide who wins in the future. If you're wondering whether Joe Biden, Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders, or another Democratic candidate can beat Donald Trump in the 2020 election, this book has the answer. Learn More
Rating America's Presidents

by Robert Spencer; read by Rick Adamson

This book offers what should be the only criteria for rating the occupants of the White House: were they good for America? Learn More
Finding My Place

by Elizabeth Pipko; read by Elizabeth Pipko

Elizabeth Pipko has been described by many as a rising star in the Conservative movement, but how did she get here? And more importantly, did she ever plan to? Learn More
Beyond the Great Divide

by Governor George Pataki with Trey Radel; read by Trey Radel

An unprecedented, insider view into 9/11 and the inner workings of the political climate that emerged after the attacks, which continues to shape our future—politically and culturally—and how we as a country can bridge the Great Divide. Learn More
Never Trump

by Robert P. Saldin & Steven M. Teles; read by Rick Adamson

Based on extensive interviews with conservative opponents of the president, Never Trump reveals why such a wide range of committed partisans chose to break with their longtime comrades in arms. Learn More
Blood Runs Coal

by Mark A. Bradley; read by Perry Daniels

Edgar Award Winner for Best Fact Crime

The true story of the shocking assassination that catalyzed groundbreaking reform in Big Coal. Learn More
A People Betrayed

By Paul Preston; read by Peter Noble

Nowhere does the ceaseless struggle to maintain democracy in the face of political corruption come more alive than in Paul Preston's magisterial history of modern Spain. Learn More

by Deborah Stone; read by Donna Postel

Suffused with moral reflection and ending with a powerful epilogue on COVID-19's dizzying statistics, Counting will forever change our relationship with numbers. Learn More
Abuse of Power

by Fred V. Lucas; read by John McLain

Abuse of Power: Inside The Three-Year Campaign to Impeach Donald Trump exposes: how Elizabeth Warren tried to set an impeachment trap for Trump even before the inauguration; why the depths of the Biden family's international conflict of interests are worthy of a federal investigation; why Nancy Pelosi caved to The Squad to remain leadership; and more. Learn More
Meddling in the Ballot Box

by Dov H. Levin; read by Lewis Arlt

Meddling in the Ballot Box is the first book to provide a comprehensive analysis of foreign meddling in elections from the dawn of the modern era to the 2016 Russian intervention in the US election. Learn More

by Ruth Ben-Ghiat; read by Chloe Cannon

In Strongmen, Ruth Ben-Ghiat lays bare the blueprint authoritarian leaders have followed over the past 100 years, and empowers us to recognize, resist, and prevent their disastrous rule in the future. Learn More

by Steve Davis; read by Christopher Grove

Improve your knowledge of the ways global trends shape activism with this insightful volume that will supercharge your impact on communities and organizations. Learn More
Around the World in (More Than) 80 Days

by Larry Alex Taunton; read by John Pruden

The author of The Grace Effect presents his latest book. Learn More
Unmasking Obama

by Jack Cashill; read by John McLain

In Unmasking Obama, Jack Cashill contends that while the major media were spinning their collective fairy tale about the Obama presidency, the alternative conservative media—America's "samizdat"—were telling the truth. Learn More

by Cooper Lawrence, PhD; read by Teri Schnaubelt

Celebritocracy exposes nonfictional accounts of the many instances when celebrity activism ended up causing more harm than good. Learn More
Spies of the Deep

by W. Craig Reed; read by Paul Woodson

Twenty years after the most terrifying submarine disaster in naval history, the untold story about why the Russians buried the truth and how Vladimir Putin used the incident to ignite a new Cold War finally comes to light. Learn More
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