It’s only been available for sale for five weeks, but more than 100 of you have already bought my new book on Barack Obama, which is called “1,202 well sourced examples of Barack Obama’s lying, lawbreaking, corruption, cronyism, hypocrisy, waste, etc.”
Thank you to everyone who bought my book!
Also, thank you to the seven customers who wrote reviews of my book! And yes, that includes the people who wrote negative reviews. I appreciate anyone who takes the time to write a review of my book, whether their review is positive or negative.
Click on the image of the book’s cover below to see its page at amazon:
I’ve converted my blog post “1,202 examples of Obama’s lies, lawbreaking, etc.” into an e-book. Please submit an amazon customer review.
Regular readers of my blog are familiar with this blog post that I wrote, which is called “Here are 1,202 well sourced examples of Obama’s lying, lawbreaking, corruption, cronyism, hypocrisy, waste, etc.”
I have converted the blog post into a 464 page amazon kindle book, which is listed at http://www.amazon.com/dp/B01E4U36NE
If you have read the blog post, then you have also read the book, as the contents of the two are identical.
If you have read it, please submit a customer review to amazon.
It is perfectly OK with me if your review is negative. You don’t have to worry about hurting my feelings.
If you go to the book section at amazon and search for “Hillary Clinton accomplishments” (without the quotes), the third item listed is my new 99 cent kindle book called “1,202 well sourced examples of Barack Obama’s lying, lawbreaking, corruption, cronyism, hypocrisy, waste, etc.”
I wanted to give it away for free, but amazon made me charge 99 cents.
The free preview at amazon contains the first 100 items, and I am perfectly happy if people write reviews based just on the free preview. Click the words “look inside” on the image of the book’s cover to read the free preview. (Of course I also don’t mind if you actually buy the book.)
Here’s the book search for “Hillary Clinton accomplishments”
I just published an amazon kindle version of my list of Obama’s lies and lawbreaking. I wanted to give it away for free, but amazon said I had to charge at least 99 cents. If you click on where it says “look inside” on the picture of the book’s cover, you can read part of it for free:
Of course you can always read the entire online version for free at my blog:
I loved this series of books when I was a child in the late 70s/early 80s. They’ve been out of print for a long time.
I don’t even own a Kindle, but I thought others might like to know about these being available for Kindle. I bought paper copies of these books at eBay many years ago, after having given away my originals as a teenager.
These are very smart books, and far more enjoyable than the Hardy Boys, in my opinion.
Oxford University Press bans pigs from children’s books, so here’s Porky Pig reciting the Pledge of Allegiance
Oxford University Press is the largest university press in the world.
The Telegraph reports:
The Oxford University Press has warned its writers not to mention pigs, sausages or pork-related words in children’s books, in an apparent bid to avoid offending Jews and Muslims.
I’m Jewish, and I have neither been offended, nor heard of any Jew claiming to be offended, by pigs being mentioned in literature.
“Hobbes and Bacon” is a “Calvin and Hobbes” tribute that takes place 26 years later. I had nothing to with creating these cartoons – I am merely posting them here so that you can see them. There are four – and only four – but that’s enough to get the message across. You can see larger versions of the images by clicking twice on each image:
According to this article, summer vacation makes children dumber and fatter. The article even goes on to say that it’s the poor and racial minorities who are hit the hardest.
But don’t worry. There’s a proposal to have the federal government get involved to solve this problem. Supporters of the program claim that it would cost less than $2,000 per child per summer. Of course supporters of these kinds of government programs always understate the cost, so I can easily see such a program costing far more than that amount.
This is a fantastic article about the current health care debate.