Andrew Brietbart talks about his new book, “Righteous Indignation: Excuse Me While I Save the World.”
Archive for April, 2011
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Jane Atkinson talks about her book “The Wealth Speaker.”
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Dana Perino joins us on today’s podcast.
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“The Quotable Rogue” is set for publication in June. Following are some of the excellent blurbs that will appear in the book:
“If you learned everything you knew about American politics from Matt Lewis, you’d be in pretty good shape. I should know, since I practically do.” – Tucker Carlson, Co-Founder and Editor-in-Chief of The Daily Caller
“Matt Lewis is a conservative provocateur and has an easy way of making complicated issues understandable and leaving the DC jargon off the table. Matt’s projects always make you think, reflect and act.” – Governor Rick Perry, 47th Governor of Texas
“Sarah Palin is one of the most important conservative leaders in America — and Matt Lewis is one of my favorite writers. Every conservative ought to have a copy of the Quotable Rogue in their personal library — if for no other reason than to refute the distortions and lies constantly hurled at Palin by her detractors.” – Ken Blackwell senior fellow at the Family Research Council and co-author of The Blueprint: Obama’s Plan to Subvert the Constitution and Build an Imperial Presidency.
“For all the accolades heaped on Mr. Obama for his soaring rhetoric and brilliant, professorial oratory, it’s hard to deny that Sarah Palin is one of the most quotable leaders of the 21st century. The Quotable Rogue brings that into stunning clarity. And it’s not because she’s controversial — it’s because she’s usually just right.” – S.E. Cupp, political columnist and culture critic, author of Losing Our Religion: The Liberal Media’s Attack on Christianity
“As you’ll see in Matt’s book, the reason for Sarah Palin’s popularity is that she speaks in a blunt fashion and exposes truths that the politically correct job-protecting elites are fearful of. She is a far wiser woman than Katie Couric.” – Andrew Breitbart, Breitbart.com, author of Righteous Indignation
“Sarah Palin drives the left crazy and makes many of the Republicans who collaborated with Democrats to destroy our fiscal wellbeing duck and cover. Matt Lewis captures, through Sarah Palin’s own words, her wit, wisdom, and basic sense that America remains the last best hope for mankind.” – Erick Erickson, Editor-in-Chief of RedState.com
“Steadfast in her beliefs and fearless in her demeanor, Sarah Palin has become a leading voice in today’s conservative movement and has inspired a new generation of activists. This book of quotes captures the independent spirit of Palin and is a great resource for all of us who are ‘going rogue’ alongside her.” – Teri Christoph, co-founder, Smart Girl Politics
A book like this one is absolutely essential in a world where the media refuses to quote Gov. Palin without liberal doses of snark, vitriol, and hyperbole. It’s refreshing to see straight quotes in print so that readers can make up their own minds. – Adam Brickley, founder, “Draft Sarah Palin for Vice President“
…. Special thanks to all the terrific people who kindly contributed support for this project! You can pre-order your copy today.
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A pretty good episode of The Week in Blog. We talk Obama’s Facebook Townhall, Donald Trump, the left’s war on “Matt K Lewis” — and more!
Facebook’s role in the 2012 campaign (04:48)
The power of Obama’s consensual data-mining (01:44)
Trump makes Matt sad (06:09)
Why aren’t righty bloggers cheerleading for their candidate? (04:23)
A conservative group overloaded Facebook. Or maybe not… (11:05)
The blogosphere’s shoot-the-messenger culture (01:43)
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Bing West, author of “The Wrong War,” discusses Afghanistan.
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Nicholas Shaxson on his book, “Treasure Islands.”
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Harmon Kaslow, “Atlas Shrugged” movie producer, joins us on the podcast.
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