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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.
reviewed Barack Obama. April 16, 2008
Barack Obama
I havent really decided where I stand regarding Barrack Obama but his charisma and eloquence definitely makes him an appealing choice. Basing his campaign on "real change", anti-Bush, and anti-old government, …
reviewed Three Cups of Tea. April 02, 2008
Three Cups of Tea: One Man's Mission to Promote
Three Cups of Tea is about Greg Mortensen's dedication to improve the lives of Pakistani and Afghan people. He has built thousands of schools for girls, provided communities of people with water, and …
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¬ís …
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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