October 2nd, 2014
She feels, she says, “a little bit vulnerable.” For the first time, actress Janine Turner opens up about her private life in a book she calls “A Little Bit Vulnerable.”
In what her publisher calls a “breathtaking sweep of her half a century of living,” Turner chronicles her journeys through the canyons of her life and how she sought horizons.
She includes poetry, essays, opinion-editorials, radio interviews and letters, to reveal how she prevailed over heartbreak, alcoholism, and the death of her father.by
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September 13th, 2012
What will a second Barack Obama term as President of the United States look like?
The pundits, analysts, columnists and journalists try to project and conjecture.
But conservative journalist and radio talk host Aaron Klein says he knows what a second term will look like, because — he says — he has seen the blueprints.
In his book “Fool Me Twice” Klein reports on the social, economic, foreign policy, and military plans already being made, for when — as Mr. Obama famously told the Russian president — he has “more flexibility.”by
February 10th, 2012
It’s time for the true right to make a political comeback, says the man who a few years ago became the first Republican elected governor of very liberal Maryland in 36 years.
Bob Ehrlich says, in his new book “Turn This Car Around,” that there are some big issues that need to be addressed frankly and with common sense, and without political correctness getting in the way.
High unemployment. Health care. Race relations. The culture wars. Ehrlich has fought those battles, first as a member of Congress then as a governor, and now provides his suggestions to help resolve those and other issues in America.
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April 25th, 2011
According to Wikipedia, “in some Christian doctrines, righteous indignation is considered the only form of anger which is not sinful.” Web publisher and commentator Andrew Breitbart says liberal bias in the media is what makes him angry in that way, which is why he calls his new book “Righteous Indignation” — subtitled “Excuse Me While I Save the World!”
Breitbart — who once worked with Matt Drudge, and helped create The Huffington Post — says he’s acting in defense of media outlets and bloggers who dare to speak with a conservative voice. In fact he says there is a “totalitarian streak” on the left that is trying to silence those voices.
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