Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Armageddon By Dick Morris

Dick Morris's 'Armageddon' 
Reveals Hillary Secrets, Trump's Strategy

Set for Release June 28, 2016, Book Now!

Armageddon is the ultimate battle between good and evil. Now, in their powerful and timely new book Armageddon: How Trump Can Beat Hillary, authors Dick Morris and Eileen McGann reveal a surprising political game plan that could change the outcome of the 2016 elections.

"Make no mistake about it, Trump faces an uphill battle," Dick Morris says. "With a liberal media biased in Hillary's favor, demographic trends favoring younger and ethnic voters - and some Republicans at war with their own nominee - Trump must take a different approach. He can still win and defeat Hillary," Morris argues in Armageddon.

Few know and understand Hillary and Bill Clinton better than Dick Morris. For over 20 years, Dick served as their personal political adviser and trusted confidante. Dick knows their strengths and weakness... and their darkest secrets.

For the first time, he reveals Hillary's secrets in Armageddon - and explains why Trump must ignore the traditional GOP playbook to make her the issue and defeat her once and for all.  Morris believes the 2016 election will be the most decisive in history. America can go down the road of socialism, "Obama's third term," or take a path of economic and spiritual resurgence - one that makes us truly great again.

In Armageddon, Dick Morris outline his attack plan on Hillary:
  • She is a "compulsive, pathological and serial liar" that must be exposed - he reveals the evidence.
  • Hillary lost any claim to "commander-in-chief" after Benghazi - new details show she covered up her role.
  • She will once again put America into another needless war.
  • She is "obsessively secret and paranoid" - Morris reveals never before known details that show her to be the "controller in chief."
  • She is very vulnerable to criminal prosecution right now - and may be the target of impeachment hearings almost from day one of any Hillary presidency.
But Morris says attacks on Hillary alone won't defeat her. Donald Trump needs a masterplan - a grand strategy to avoid the GOP mistakes of 2008 and 2012. Dick Morris gives solid advice to Trump that reveals:
  • How Trump can woo 8 million white voters who failed to show up for Romney in 2012;
  • Why terrorism may prove to be Trump's ace in the hole - and why he must expose Hillary and Obama's efforts to let terrorists into the U.S.;
  • The fact that Obamacare is not a dead issue - and how Trump can use it get low-income voters who have been hurt by this socialist program;
  • Why immigrants and union voters may prove to be Trump's biggest allies;
  • Hillary's vulnerabilities with China, Iran, Israel and Mexico, and much more; and
  • Trump's secret strategy for black voters: he can win a bigger proportion than any Republican using this one issue.
On Tuesday, November 5, 2016, American voters will make a momentous decision. They will decide whether or not this great country will remain a free market, constitutional democracy. The stakes could not be higher. If Hillary Clinton is elected president, it will mean the end of the America we know and love.

In Armageddon, Morris offers a manual on how the forces of good can win this battle. Whether you support or oppose Donald Trump, you need to get this book and share it with friends and family. And Republicans need to stop playing by the old rules of the game. Those rules don't work - they elected Barack Obama twice. Obama has changed America in fundamental ways. Now, in Armageddon, Morris shows Hillary's opponents how they can take advantage of her many vulnerabilities - to elect a president who wants to make America a great nation again.

ABOUT THE AUTHORS: Dick Morris is admired for his probing, insightful, hard-hitting, and clear commentary on Newsmax, Fox News, and other international media outlets. Time magazine has dubbed him "the most influential private citizen in America." A well-known political strategist, he was the architect of Bill Clinton's comeback landslide in 1996 and has handled the winning campaigns of more than 30 U.S. senators and governors. Internationally, he has piloted the successful campaigns of presidents and prime ministers of five continents. Together with his wife, Eileen McGann, he has written 15 books, including 10 New York Times bestsellers. Eileen is the publisher of thehillarydaily.com. Morris and McGann write for DickMorris.com. 

Tuesday, June 7, 2016

Reagan's 1968 By Gene Kopelson

The Never-Before-Told Story of Ronald Reagan's 
First Quest for the Presidency

"Kopelson has provided an extensively detailed and carefully documented account of Ronald Reagan's first foray into presidential candidacy. Particularly fascinating is the author's original research, which reveals how a highly successful president of a prior era-Dwight D. Eisenhower-provided invaluable advice and encouragement to Reagan, which helped to shape the leadership and accomplishments of our 40th president."
--The Honorable Edwin Meese III, former Attorney General

With the presidential election heating up daily and the media, the GOP and Republican Nominee, Donald Trump constantly making references to President Reagan's much-admired accomplishments, comes a very unique book about our 40th President.  Heralded by Hon. George P. Shultz, Secretary of State under President Reagan and renowned Reagan historians alike, Reagan's 1968 Dress Rehearsal: Ike, RFK, and Reagan's Emergence as a World Statesman is an inspiring never-before-told history of how Ronald Reagan began to restore pride in America when he first ran for president in the late 1960s.

Author and historian, Gene Kopelson's tireless research uncovered findings based upon never-before-analyzed critical archives.  Against the backdrop history of Reagan's first campaign for the presidency, it can now be revealed that behind the scenes, none other than former President Dwight D. Eisenhower was Ronald Reagan's hidden political mentor. In fact, throughout the 1960s, Ronald Reagan was tutored by former President Eisenhower on how to enter politics, how to run his 1966 gubernatorial primary, and then general election campaigns. Eisenhower even counseled Reagan on how to fight charges of antisemitism and critiqued Reagan's speaking style.

Reagan followed Eisenhower's political advice virtually to the letter, and indeed Reagan based his 1966 campaign theme on Ike who said he would endorse Reagan for president if he were the 1968 nominee, urged him to run for president as California's favorite son, and may actually have favored political winner Reagan over loser Nixon as the 1968 Republican nominee.

In Reagan's 1968, you'll learn that:
  • Ronald Reagan ran for president for the first time in 1966-68 and did so deliberately with the goal of stopping Richard Nixon from achieving a first-ballot convention victory at the '68 GOP convention.  
  • During many weekends during 1967-68, Reagan left Sacramento and crisscrossed the country to seek delegates, building a network of financial backers and setting up grassroots activist campaign staffs for the critically-important Wisconsin, Nebraska and Oregon primaries. 
  • During Reagan's first quest for the presidency, Ike's mentorship of Reagan expanded into world affairs. While Reagan was the leading Republican hawk on Vietnam, his strategic calls for winning the war, and specific military and geopolitical tactics, came directly from mentoring by Ike. Reagan saw Vietnam through the lens of Eisenhower and Korea.
  • Ronald Reagan's major public political foe during this era was Robert Kennedy.  Reagan trounces RFK during a 1967 debate on Vietnam.  Many Republicans did not want to see another Nixon-Kennedy debate fiasco for 1968 but rather a winner - Reagan as their nominee. Once RFK declared his candidacy in March, 1968, Reagan re-energized his campaign, which culminated in 5 scathing White Paper speeches attacking the foreign affairs failures of the Kennedy-Johnson years, tying RFK directly to them.
  • Presidential candidate Reagan achieved almost 11% of the vote in the Wisconsin primary, then 22% in Wisconsin and Oregon. As favorite son, he won all California delegates and before the GOP convention, there were more votes cast for Reagan than for Nixon. Delegates couldn't wait to vote for Reagan on the second ballot.
Eisenhower's direct influence on Reagan continued until the end of Reagan's presidency. President Reagan saw his agreements with Gorbachev to lessen nuclear stockpiles, and the eventual collapse of the Soviet Union and communism, as his own official direct fulfillment of President Eisenhower's goals. Other crucial issues associated with President Reagan (tearing down the Berlin Wall, freedom for Eastern Europe, creating an anti-ballistic missile defense shield, siding with Israel versus staying neutral in the Mideast, how to deal with hostages and negotiate with communists and eventually to win the Cold War through peaceful means) all began during Reagan's first presidential campaign.

Ronald Reagan's 1968 campaign was a crucial dress rehearsal for his ultimate triumph in 1980. During 1968, Reagan became a world statesman and shaped his crusade to restore pride in America. For Reagan, Ike's tutelage was critical. Indeed, Ronald Reagan now may be seen as one of Dwight Eisenhower's proteges and his major political heir. This political mentorship changed America's national priorities through the end of Reagan's presidency, whose effects still are very much with us today.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Gene Kopelson is president of the New England chapter, and on the Board of Trustees, of the Theodore Roosevelt Association, an active Churchillian, and a holocaust educator. As an historian, he has published works on Theodore Roosevelt's Great White Fleet, Ronald Reagan's 1966 campaign and Mexican American voters, the 1968 Nebraska and Oregon Republican primaries, and Washington State Republican politics in the 1960s. His research on Reagan and Eisenhower was featured in 2015 at the 125th Commemoration of the Birth of Dwight Eisenhower at the Dwight D. Eisenhower Presidential Library.  Kopelson is a popular speaker and frequent guest on talk radio.

Monday, June 6, 2016

A Good Month for Murder By Del Quentin Wilber

"Rawhide Down" Author Reveals Police Like Never Before

Award-Winning Journalist Goes Inside One of Our Nation's Busiest Homicide 
Units to Portray the Men and Women Who Handle Police Work's Most 
Demanding and Consequential Job

"Superb! One of the best real-life cop books ever written!" --Lee Child

In A GOOD MONTH FOR MURDER: The Inside Story of a Homicide Squad, bestselling author Del Quentin Wilber pulls back the curtain to reveal what it's like to be a cop in today's turbulent climate, politically and socially.  Being in the midst of a national conversation about the role of the police in American communities, there is no better time to discuss what it takes to be a good cop and why it matters, especially as homicide rates spike across the country. This book is not a work of sociology; it's pure reportage. Del wanted to experience police work up close and personal - to smell the suspects in the interrogation rooms, go out with cops who haven't slept for days, and watch as they try to solve some of the worst crimes in history.  He found that these are dedicated cops - some of the best in their profession - who fought their way through patrol, specialized units, and are now responsible for the most critical investigations done by any police agency.

In A GOOD MONTH FOR MURDER, Del Quentin Wilber will tell you:
  • About his years covering the D.C. police for The Washington Post;
  • How detectives solve, or try to solve, murders, shootings and burglaries;
  • All about community policing - whether they should be warriors or guardians;
  • How he spent time with homicide detectives, shooting detectives, burglary detectives, officers on the beat, and auto theft investigators;
  • What it was like working with the son of a Secret Service agent who was in Rawhide Down;
  • About being embedded with Prince George's County's homicide squad in suburban D.C. and how he rode with the 25-detective unit for many months;
  • How he watched the interrogations of suspects via a live video feed on a small computer monitor in a closet; and so much more...
In A GOOD MONTH FOR MURDER, Del Quentin Wilber writes about how one particular homicide squad - a dedicated, colorful team of detectives in Prince George's County, Washington, D.C. - does its almost impossible job. For these men and women, February 2013 was a good month for murder, with twelve homicides, three police-involved shootings, and the furious hunt for an especially brutal killer.  Mr. Wilber was there to see it all. Having gained unparalleled access to the homicide unit in Prince George's County, which borders the nation's capital, he begins shadowing the talented, often quirky detectives who get the call when a body falls. He rides with a hard-charging investigator who pops diet pills while devouring cheeseburgers; he stands over a corpse with a hulking detective who moonlights as a security guard at a cemetery; he spends hours in the interrogation room, a.k.a. the box, with a hyper-competitive, chain-smoking vegan.

After a quiet couple of months, all hell breaks loose: suddenly every detective in the squad is scrambling to solve one shooting and stabbing after another. The body of a young man carrying nothing but a bus ticket in his pockets is found in a deserted park; an ailing 71-year-old woman is killed in her home during an apparent robbery; a high school freshman is gunned down by thieves hoping to snatch the shoes he'd just purchased for his girlfriend. Meanwhile, the entire unit is obsessed with a stone-cold "red ball," a high-profile case involving a seventeen-year-old honors student whose killer kicked down the door to her house and shot her in her bed.

Murder is the police investigator's ultimate crucible: to solve a killing, a detective must speak for the dead.  More than any recent book, A GOOD MONTH FOR MURDER shows what it takes to succeed when the stakes couldn't possibly be higher.  Prince George's County is a lot like many others in America grappling with these same issues.  It's the new America - a microcosm of Ferguson, Baltimore, the south side of Chicago and other communities where the forces in blue put their lives on the line every day to keep their citizens safe.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Del Quentin Wilber is the New York Times-bestselling author of Rawhide Down, an account of the attempted assassination of Ronald Reagan. An award-winning reporter who previously worked for The Baltimore Sun, The Washington Post, and Bloomberg News, he now covers the justice department for the Los Angeles Times.