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Category Archives: Book Review
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
Some say communication is an art while others claim it’s a science. James Farwell’s Persuasion and Power, the Art of Strategic Communication proves that there is a science to the art of communication. Farwell fills this volume with relevant examples … Continue reading
It is always an honor when I am asked by an author or publisher to review a book. This is the fourth occasion I have had the privilege of reviewing a book and I must say, I was not disappointed. … Continue reading
Michael E. Newton’s new book Angry Mobs and Founding Fathers is a must read for anyone interested in America’s founding and should be part of every patriot’s library. His book is clear, concise, well documented, and chock-full of quotes from … Continue reading
After a seven year absence, Tom Clancy fans were excited to learn that the master of the techno-thriller was set to release two books in less than seven months. In December 2010, Clancy releasedDead or Alive, which is a continuation … Continue reading