e mërkurë, 5 dhjetor 2007

From The Sublime To The Ridiculous


'An Inconvenient Book' by Glenn Beck. OK, sport's fans, I never thought I would say this, but Mr. Beck makes O'Reilly and company (take your pick) seem, oh I don't know, semi-literate. Reactionary to a fault, this man either has never been taught nuance--and its relationship to thinking critically--or, in the Anne Coulter fashion of punditry, say the most outlandish things to sell books. Either way, this quasi-fascist is the inconvenient problem to America's woes. Mr. Beck: Have you no decency?

'Bill Of Wrongs' by Molly Ivins, Lou Dubose. Molly Ivins has always been an inspiration to me. She tells the truth about often difficult subjects--being a progressive Texas journalist. However, she brings this forward with a distinctive wit, certainly needed now. Domestic and foreign policy headlines might continue providing late night comedy shows with lots of source material. But, they are depressing me and many other citizens, despite our never having voted for the man. The only thing which really makes me mad is that Molly is not around to promote this book's release. After all of the hard work which she put into warning Texas and the country, she should have been able to tour for this book. Life is so unfair. What is Fair…. Is the Coupon Code below, so that you can receive a Discount on either of these eBook Titles.

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FUNNY. OUTRAGEOUS. TRUE. Have you ever wondered why some of the biggest problems we face, from illegal immigration to global warming to poverty, never seem to get fixed? The reason is simple: the solutions just aren't very convenient. Fortunately, radio and television host Glenn Beck doesn't care much about convenience; he cares about common sense. Take the issue of poverty, for example.
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BILL OF WRONGS eBook edition by Ivins, Molly, Dubose, Lou
Molly Ivins, a three-time Pulitzer Prize finalist, began her career in journalism as the complaint department of the Houston Chronicle. She then went on to work for The Texas Observer, as co-editor, and The New York Times, as a political reporter and later as Rocky Mountain bureau chief.
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