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reviewed Take This Job and Ship It: How Corpor.... December 02, 2008
Take This Job And Ship It
Memo to Senator Byron Dorgan: I suggest that you stick to your day job.  You probably do not have a big future as an author!  Having said that, I must commend Senator Dorgan for at least being …
reviewed Common Ground: How To Stop The Partis.... December 01, 2008
Common Ground
I used to consider myself to be a political junkie.  For a good many years I found myself spending at least 1 to 2 hours each weekday evening and a couple of hours every Sunday morning watching …
reviewed His Panic: Why Americans Fear Hispani.... November 30, 2008
As the 2008 presidential election draws near what to do about illegal immigration has become one of the hottest issues on the campaign trail.  Conservative talk show hosts all over America have been …
reviewed Dangerous Business: The Risks of Glob.... November 26, 2008
Dangerous Business: The Risks of Globalization for America
The American people need a wake-up call!  That seems to be the message that Pat Choate is urgently attempting to convey in his important new book "Dangerous Business: The Risks of Globalization …
reviewed The Bush Tragedy. November 26, 2008
Trying to understand just what went wrong over the past 8 years was my primary motivation for picking up "The Bush Tragedy".  To say that I was disappointed in his presidency would be a …
reviewed Three Cups of Tea. November 17, 2008
Three Cups of Tea: One Man's Mission to Promote
This is a long 350-pages, which I feel can be summed up very briefly: Education is the key to world peace. The story of Greg Mortenson is worth reading, as it certainly educates on many fronts. He's a …
reviewed California Proposition 8 (2008). October 16, 2008
California Proposition 8 logos
Despite the majority of Americans being against it due to their own bigotry, the 15th Amendment was added to the constitution in 1870, granting the right to vote to all citizens regardless of race. Once …
reviewed Barack Obama's 2008 Election Campaign. October 08, 2008
Barack Obama Presidental Campaign
Here is why I think Senator Obama will be the next President of these United States:   Erase what you know about Barack and his opponent for a minute and remember these few things. That would apply to …
reviewed Barack Obama. September 30, 2008
Barack Obama
Over the past few months I have been trying to write/compile some sort of article or document that can explain why I think an Obama administration could be a great thing for, well,  all of us of course, …
reviewed John Edwards. September 04, 2008
John Edwards
OK, people have affairs. And I guess no one expects to get caught. But to run for the Democratic nomination, when he SHOULD have known that it would be dug up during the election season, was completely …
reviewed Sarah Palin. September 03, 2008
Sarah Palin Headshot
The 2008 election will be exciting despite the results. The US will either welcome its first African American president or its first female vice president. The choice of Sarah Palin as McCain's running …
reviewed Barack Obama's 2008 DNC Acceptance Sp.... September 03, 2008
Obama and supporters at the DNC
I'll be honest, Obama was my pick from the get-go. This review is by no means unbiased. I love the man. If I didn't love Michelle, too, I'd want to have his babies.    I felt Obama's …
reviewed John Edwards. August 21, 2008
John Edwards
This guy is an ass clown.  Nice work John.  Way to run a campaign on the American Family and then throw yours under the bus.  Your 15 minutes are up, so now you can crawl back under the …
reviewed Three Cups of Tea. August 06, 2008
Three Cups of Tea: One Man's Mission to Promote
Sometimes the only way to find what you are looking for is by getting lost. Often, the only way to achieve victory is first to fail. If Greg Mortenson had not yet learned these two lessons when attempting …
reviewed Three Cups of Tea. June 13, 2008
Three Cups of Tea: One Man's Mission to Promote
There is no question that Greg Mortenson is an extremely inspiring man. This tale of his experiences in Pakistan will not only entertain and inspire you, but will also give insights into a very different …
reviewed Arnold Schwarzenegger. May 22, 2008
Arnold Schwarzenegger
Don't let the accent fool you, this guy is the American Dream.
The Price of Loyalty: George W. Bush, the White
When I first saw this book, esepcially with its black cover, I thought it was simply another Bush-bashing book using Mr. O'Neill's words as a cover. In fact, I found it quite dispassionate and reasonable. …
It's My Party, Too: The Battle for the Heart of
I like Mrs. Whitman, respect her politics, and admire her decision to stake a ground as a moderate. I think her inside account is interesting, and refreshingly not bitter. Yet, she leaves far too many …
Against All Enemies: Inside America's War on
This book by Richard Clarke offers insight into America's involvement with terrorists and terrorist groups as witnessed by a person who saw it firsthand over the last two decades. The book begins with …
reviewed Who's Looking Out for You?. January 13, 2005
Who's Looking Out for You?
Bill O'Reilly is a warm and generous man. When he tires of praising himself, he is more than willing to step aside and let someone else do it for a while.    He wants to show you how …
Against All Enemies: Inside America's War on
Pros: Written from the basis of verifiable facts, not supposition, or opinion.     Cons: None     The Bottom Line: By writing Against All Enemies; Inside America’s …
reviewed Against All Enemies: Inside America's.... August 07, 2004
Against All Enemies: Inside America's War on
Clarke served as a senior official in the Reagan, Bush 41, Clinton, and Bush 43 administrations, specializing in terrorism. In Against All Enemies, he examines the policies and initiatives of each in …
reviewed The Price of Loyalty: George W. Bush,.... April 06, 2004
The Price of Loyalty: George W. Bush, the White
Whose loyalty to whom and/or what? What is the "price"? How was it determined and by whom? The subtitle evokes another question: While obtaining his "education" during his 23 months as Secretary of the …
reviewed Who's Looking Out for You?. October 07, 2003
Who's Looking Out for You?
Pros: Very informative, full of facts and ways to form positive relationships.     Cons: I could not put the book down until I read it all within one evening!     …
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