Dan Bongino “Life Inside the Bubble”

December 12th, 2013

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For twelve years Dan Bongino‘s job was to protect the nation’s leaders, including two presidents. He was a Secret Service agent, privy to what he calls “the bubble,” the insular world occupied by the leaders, hangers-on, and wannabes at the very top of the federal government.

But eventually Bongino became disillusioned — not with his job, but with the attitudes and actions of the politicians whose rhetoric he was exposed to daily.

So Bongino left the Secret Service and ran for United States Senate from Maryland, in 2012. He lost the race, but found a new voice.

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Now in his book “Life Inside the Bubble” Bongino sounds a call to the American people in defense of sane government and the U.S. Constitution.

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Jerry and Carolyn Parr “In the Secret Service”

December 4th, 2013

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Jerry and Carolyn Parr

You’ve seen Jerry and Carolyn Parr a thousand times, in news footage of the day in March, 1981 that John Hinckley, Jr., stepped out of a crowd, intent on killing President Ronald Reagan.

Parr was the agent standing next to the President – and the one who shoved him into the limousine and saved his life.

But that’s only part of the story Parr tells in the book “In the Secret Service,” co-authored by his wife Carolyn Parr.

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Their book is an adrenaline-filled ride through the life of a Secret Service agent who not only was prepared to take a bullet for the President, it’s what inspired him to sign up in the first place.

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Gerald Blaine “The Kennedy Detail”

November 23rd, 2010

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Folks of a certain generation talked about where they were when Franklin Roosevelt died. Today we all remember where we were on 9/11. For millions, the bad memory of a lifetime was where they were when John F. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas, Texas on November 22, 1963.

Gerald Blaine remembers exactly where he was.

Dallas, Texas.

Blaine was a member of the Secret Service team traveling with and protecting President Kennedy and First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy. For 47 years he kept his silence about the tragedy. Until now.

With the help of other surviving Secret Service agents — including Clint Hill, the agent best remembered for helping get Jackie Kennedy back into her seat, as she scrambled out onto the trunk of the presidential limousine — Blaine has written a compelling, firsthand account of everything that transpired that day, and the days that followed.

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