Todd Kinsey is a political consultant and conservative commentator whose articles have appeared in many leading publications, both print and electronic. His work has been cited by prominent media outlets such as the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Times, the Washington Post and U.S. Daily Review.
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Currency is a Cussleresque adventure that leads the reader on a search for treasure, sex and international intrigue. Todd Wood has used his vast knowledge of financial markets and America’s growing debt crisis to create an intense backdrop for his … Continue reading →
A powerfully heroic tale of bravery and patriotism. Most of the time when we think about the “greatest generation” we think about America’s efforts in WWII. Far too often we forget about the brave resistance that sprung up throughout Europe. … Continue reading →
I use Grammarly – the best plagiarism checker out there – because being unoriginal is the eighth deadly sin. Spying in America is a brilliantly concise overview of our nation’s clandestine services. In one quick read Sulick has highlighted both our … Continue reading →
You can’t go anywhere and not here people talking about Obamacare and health insurance right now. Many are finding themselves shocked at the dramatic rise in the cost of insurance now that portions of the Affordable Care Act have taken … Continue reading →
The only thing politically correct about Gary Buslik’s novel Akhmed & the Atomic Matzo Balls is the equal opportunity in which he attacks, well – everything. Buslik lambastes liberals, conservatives, world politics, religion, Gilligan and higher education with hilarious impunity. … Continue reading →