On its website it states that it is "considered by many America's leading conservative publishing company ... Our full range of products and services provide independent thinkers with perspective and solutions favoring the traditional American values of free enterprise, limited government, and individual liberty." 
Unfair to writers?
In November 2007, five authors filed a lawsuit against Eagle, the parent company of Regnery Publishing, "charging that the company deprives its writers of royalties by selling their books at a steep discount to book clubs and other organizations owned by" Eagle Publishing. Authors Jerome R. Corsi, Bill Gertz, Lt. Col. Robert (Buzz) Patterson, Joel Mowbray and Richard Miniter allege that Eagle Publishing "orchestrates and participates in a fraudulent, deceptively concealed and self-dealing scheme to divert book sales away from retail outlets and to wholly owned subsidiary organizations within the Eagle conglomerate." The authors say that Eagle sells or gives away copies of Regnery books to book clubs, newsletters and other organizations owned by Eagle, "to avoid or substantially reduce royalty payments to authors." The New York Times reported: 
- Mr. Miniter said that meant that although he received about $4.25 a copy when his books sold in a bookstore or through an online retailer, he only earned about 10 cents a copy when his books sold through the Conservative Book Club or other Eagle-owned channels. "The difference between 10 cents and $4.25 is pretty large when you multiply it by 20,000 to 30,000 books," Mr. Miniter said. "It suddenly occurred to us that Regnery is making collectively jillions of dollars off of us and paying us a pittance." He added: "Why is Regnery acting like a Marxist cartoon of a capitalist company?"
- Jeffrey J. Carneal, President
- J. Brinley Lewis, VP & General Manager Eagle Book Clubs
- Marjory G. Ross, President and Publisher, Regnery Publishing, Inc.
- Thomas S. Winter, President & Editor in Chief, Human Events Publishing, Inc.
- Peter De Angelo, CFO & VP of Operations Eagle Publishing, Inc.
Board of Directors
- Thomas L. Phillips
- Jeffrey J. Carneal, President Eagle Publishing, Inc.
- Alfred S. Regnery
- George A. Alcorn
- Joseph A. Cannon, CEO and Chairman of the Board of Directors of Geneva Steel, Inc.
- Thomas A. Fuentes, Senior Vice President, Tait & Associates, Inc.
- William Lee Hanley Jr., Chairman, Lexington Management Group, Inc.
- Donald Paul Hodel, Founder & Managing Director of Summit Group International, and Energy and Natural Resources Consulting Firm
- Pat Sajak, of Wheel of Fortune fame
One Massachusetts Avenue, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20001
Email: kvance AT eaglepub.com
- ↑ "RedState & Eagle Publishing: Growing The Conservative Movement Online", RedState.com, retrieved September 10, 2008.
- ↑ Motoko Rich, "Conservative Authors Sue Publisher," New York Times, November 7, 2007.