Bob Ehrlich “Turn This Car Around”

February 10th, 2012

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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.

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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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Margaret Hoover “American Individualism”

July 25th, 2011

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Is the Republican Party the party of old white guys? That may be the perception, acknowledges Margaret Hoover, but the Fox News commentator, former Bush White House aide, and millennial ditto head says the GOP can be so much more than old white guys.

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Hoover is concerned that the Republican Party is falling out of step with the rising generation of young Americans.In her new book “American Individualism” Hoover writes her prescription for a literal rejuvenation of the party her great-grandfather, President Herbert Hoover, once led.And her contention is that millennials’ values are much more closely in line with Republican principles than those young voters may realize.

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Newt Gingrich “To Save America”

May 24th, 2010

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Newt Gingrich has a warning for America. The former House Speaker says, in his book “To Save America,” that the nation’s very survival is at risk, because we have turned away from conservative values, elected liberal Barack Obama president, and allowed national security to crumble. Gingrich now lays out his plan to set the nation back on track.

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Sam Tanenhaus “The Death of Conservatism”

September 9th, 2009

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Conservatism, at least as defined by many of its practitioners today, is dying, says New York Times Book Review editor Sam Tanenhaus. He calls his book “The Death of Conservatism,” but before your hackles are raised, listen to his definitions. There are classical conservatives, and then there are “movement conservatives,” ideologues who are decidedly not conservative.

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Tanenhaus says it’s the rigidly orthodox movement conservatism that is in its final days. Who are the true conservatives? Would you believe Dwight Eisenhower and .. Bill Clinton?

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Mike Huckabee “Do the Right Thing”

November 22nd, 2008

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After former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee fell short of the Republican nomination for President in the summer of 2008, he began writing a campaign memoir, reflecting on the race and prescribing what the GOP should do to improve its chances of winning the White House in 2012.

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His book, “Do the Right Thing,” was published immediately after the election in which Barack Obama easily bested John McCain. But Huckabee is not talking about another run for the White House. Yet.

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