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Project President

Author : Ben Shapiro
ISBN : 9781418537340
Genre : Political Science
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Project President is a hilarious romp through American electoral history. From short, fat, bald John Adams' wig-throwing tantrums during the 1800 election to Abraham Lincoln's decision to grow a beard in 1860; from John F. Kennedy's choice to forgo the fedora at his inauguration to John Kerry's decision to get Botoxed for the 2004 race; from the Golden Age of Facial Hair (1860-1912) to the Age of the Banker (1912-1960); from Washington's false teeth to George W. Bush's workout regimen, Project President tells the story of America's love affair with presidential looks and appearance, why that often matters more than a politico's positions on the issues, and what might well be coming next. "I'm constantly citing the power of dress. It's semiology: our clothes send a message about how we want to be perceived, and where is this more powerful and evident than in elected offices. In Project President, Ben Shapiro captures presidential semiotics with a potent narrative and deft analysis. It's simultaneously fascinating and hilarious!" -Tim Gunn Project Runway, Liz Claiborne, Inc. "Ben Shapiro takes a romp through American history and shows how personality--and even haircuts--have elected or defeated presidential candidates. It's a tour through history that fans of both parties will enjoy-and can learn from." -Michael Barone Resident scholar, American Enterprise Institute Senior Writer, U.S. News & World Report Co-author, The Almanac of American Politics "Presidential politics has always been more superficial than we'd like to admit. With a stylish and likeable touch befitting a strong candidate, Ben Shapiro takes us deep into the shallowness that has shaped American history." -Jonathan Alter Newsweek "Shapiro deftly explains how height, hair and handsomeness can affect a candidate's campaign as much as issues. A fun, informative read." -Glenn Beck Nationally syndicated talk show host Host of CNN's The Glenn Beck Show "A hilarious and illuminating journey through America's centuries-long fascination with presidential image-making. Whether you're left, right, moderate or apathetic, this lively book will get you ready for the packaging of the '08 races." -Jim Hightower "This is a perceptive, witty-sometimes hilarious-look at the realities behind the faces and the facades, the slogans and the character assassinations, of each presidential campaign from George Washington to today - with much for us to ponder for tomorrow." -Sir Martin Gilbert Official biographer of Winston Churchill "An entertaining and illuminating romp through the politics of symbolism and personality in our presidential politics. If you're thinking of running for president, read this book before you spend a dime on a political consultant." -Rich Lowry National Review COLMES: Who do you want [for the Supreme Court]? ANN COULTER: Thank you for asking. I want Ben Shapiro. COLMES: Ben Shapiro. ANN COULTER: Yes. He just finished his first year at Harvard Law, 21 years old. COLMES: You mean for a date or for the court? ANN COULTER: No, for the court. He's my candidate. He's very bright. He's already written one best-selling book. (CROSSTALK) COLMES: You want to put a 21-year-old guy on the court? ANN COULTER: Twenty-one, and he's just finished first year of Harvard Law. COLMES: So you want someone who's going to be on the court for 50, 60 years? Is that - is that the whole idea? ANN COULTER: No, I just happen to like Ben Shapiro. Hannity and Colmes Fox News Channel July 8, 2005

Whistle Stop

Author : Philip White
ISBN : 9781611684537
Genre : History
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President Harry Truman was a disappointment to the Democrats, and a godsend to the Republicans. Every attempt to paint Truman with the grace, charm, and grandeur of Franklin Delano Roosevelt had been a dismal failure: Truman's virtues were simpler, plainer, more direct. The challenges he faced--stirrings of civil rights and southern resentment at home, and communist aggression and brinkmanship abroad--could not have been more critical. By the summer of 1948 the prospects of a second term for Truman looked bleak. Newspapers and popular opinion nationwide had all but anointed as president Thomas Dewey, the Republican New York Governor. Truman could not even be certain of his own party's nomination: the Democrats, still in mourning for FDR, were deeply riven, with Henry Wallace and Strom Thurmond leading breakaway Progressive and Dixiecrat factions. Finally, with ingenuity born of desperation, Truman's aides hit upon a plan: get the president in front of as many regular voters as possible, preferably in intimate settings, all across the country. To the surprise of everyone but Harry Truman, it worked. Whistle Stop is the first book of its kind: a micro-history of the summer and fall of 1948 when Truman took to the rails, crisscrossing the country from June right up to Election Day in November. The tour and the campaign culminated with the iconic image of a grinning, victorious Truman holding aloft the famous Chicago Tribune headline: "Dewey Defeats Truman."

D C S Dirty Politics

Author : Ben Shapiro
ISBN : 9781945630927
Genre : Political Science
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With each passing day that Donald Trump is in the White House, controversial conservative radio host Ben Shapiro sees the social fabric tear before his very eyes. Trump acts; the left overreacts; and Republicans don’t act to shift the playing field. This cycle shrinks the space for rational politics and conversation, and we end up in a “race to the bottom.” This collection of Shapiro’s 2017 syndicated columns paints a picture of the current American landscape.

Invasion Of The Mind Snatchers

Author : Eric Burns
ISBN : 9781439902905
Genre : Performing Arts
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When the first television was demonstrated in 1927, a headline in The New York Times read, “Like a Photo Come to Life.” It was a momentous occasion. But the power of television wasn’t fully harnessed until the 1950s, when the medium was, as Eric Burns says, “At its most preoccupying, its most life-altering.” And Burns, a former NBC News correspondent who is an Emmy-winner for his broadcast writing, knows about the impact of television. Invasion of the Mind Snatchers chronicles the influence of television that was watched daily by the baby boomer generation. As kids became spellbound by Howdy Doody and The Ed Sullivan Show, Burns reveals, they often acted out their favorite programs. Likewise, they purchased the merchandise being promoted by performers, and became fascinated by the personalities they saw on screen, often emulating their behavior. It was the first generation raised by TV and Burns looks at both the promise of broadcasting as espoused by the inventors, and how that promise was both redefined and lost by the corporations who helped to spread the technology. Yet Burns also contextualizes the social, cultural, and political events that helped shape the Fifties—from Sputnik and the Rosenberg trial to Senator Joseph McCarthy’s Red Scare. In doing so, he charts the effect of television on politics, religion, race, and sex, and how the medium provided a persuasive message to the young, impressionable viewers.

Climate Change As Social Drama

Author : Philip Smith
ISBN : 9781107103559
Genre : Social Science
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Climate Change as Social Drama looks at the cultural sociology of climate change in public communication.

Catastrophic Thinking

Author : Ben Shapiro
ISBN : 9781949673258
Genre : Political Science
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2019 was the year of the “wokescolds” and the “woke inquisitors”—the new representatives of moral panic in America. Fresh faces in Congress, a wave of ever-radical Democratic presidential candidates, and the left’s media minions went full throttle in their crusade to fundamentally change our society. Their “activism” was merely complaints without solutions, and manufactured narratives, all of which reared their ugly head in landmark events like the impeachment of President Donald Trump. Read all about this systemic political pandering, and the prognosis for our culture, in this collection of syndicated columns from bestselling author Ben Shapiro.

The People Vs Barack Obama

Author : Ben Shapiro
ISBN : 9781476765150
Genre : Political Science
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Now in paperback, New York Times bestselling author Ben Shapiro presents a comprehensive case against Barack Obama’s abuses of power during his time in office. From the DOJ to the NSA, from the EPA to the Department of Health and Human Services, Barack Obama’s administration has become a labyrinth of corruption and overreach touching every aspect of Americans’ lives. The People vs. Barack Obama strips away the soft media picture of the Obama administration to reveal a regime motivated by pure, unbridled power and details how each scandal has led to dozens of instances of as-yet-unprosecuted counts of espionage, involuntary manslaughter, violation of internal revenue laws, bribery, and obstruction of justice. The story of the Obama administration is a story of abuse, corruption, and venality on the broadest scale ever to spring from the office of the presidency. President Obama may be the culmination of a century of government growth—but more important, he is the apotheosis of the imperial presidency. Obama chooses when to enforce immigration laws, delays his own Obamacare proposals when it is politically convenient to do so, micromanages the economy, attacks the Supreme Court, Congress, and the sovereign states. And he proclaims that he alone is the voice of the people while encroaching on their rights. In The People vs. Barack Obama, Ben Shapiro brings Obama into the people’s court and addresses each of his abuses of power.

The Establishment Is Dead

Author : Ben Shapiro
ISBN : 1945630728
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In his latest column collection, controversial conservative radio host Ben Shapiro breaks down the Trump phenomenon and its implications on the political establishment and conservativism. He¿s unafraid to point a finger at all those accountable for his rise and election¿Democrats and Republicans alike, the media, Hollywood elites, and even the cult of personality¿and offers lessons that Trump¿s nomination should teach Republicans.

Whining Doesn T Win

Author : Ben Shapiro
ISBN : 9781949673104
Genre : Political Science
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Democrats are pulling out all their stops to defeat President Trump and Republicans, and now they’re getting desperate. First came the screaming—“We have to do something!” Then came the whining—“This is a national disgrace!” It’s too politically useful for them to not rail at whatever they can, from the Kavanaugh nomination to the Trump-Russia collusion conspiracy. For provocative radio host Ben Shapiro, the “voice of conservative millennials,” these tactics have made a circus out of American politics, and Trump is not the star performer. Read all about the acts under the big top in this collection of his 2018 syndicated columns.

A Moral Universe Torn Apart

Author : Ben Shapiro
ISBN : 9781945630026
Genre : Political Science
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Ben Shapiro discusses hot-button political and social issues of the day. He calls attention to the corruption of the American future due to social liberalism. This is a collection of his nationally syndicated columns from 2014.

Facts Still Don T Care About Your Feelings

Author : Ben Shapiro
ISBN : 9781949673470
Genre : Political Science
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A lot has changed since 2015, and Ben Shapiro has something to say about it. In this curated sequel to “Facts Don’t Care About Your Feelings,” Shapiro breaks down American politics from 2015 to today like you’ve never seen before. Review political dog fights and the Democrats’ radicalism problem through a poignant lens. Analyze the novel coronavirus and its economic implications through a perspective too often stamped out by the mainstream media. Explore the absurdities of “anti-racism,” “mostly peaceful” protests and other leftist attempts to rewrite America. And discover pieces of the American identity—unity, free speech, capitalism and so much more—we have lost in the mayhem.

Bullies

Author : Ben Shapiro
ISBN : 9781476710006
Genre : Political Science
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"From the editor-at-large of Breitbart.com, a timely and compelling look at how liberals use bullying toward their opponents on today's top political issues"--

Evil In America

Author : Ben Shapiro
ISBN : 9781945630569
Genre : Political Science
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The American Legion

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ISBN : IND:30000125074264
Genre : United States
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The Left S Phantom Wars

Author : Ben Shapiro
ISBN : 9781942448464
Genre : Political Science
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Ben Shapiro is a nationally syndicated opinion columnist for Creators Syndicate. This is a collection of the very best of Ben Shapiro from 2014

And We All Fall Down

Author : Ben Shapiro
ISBN : 9781945630774
Genre : Political Science
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Over the last few years, culture has swum upstream of politics; social liberalism has deteriorated the American future; and the meaning of the conservative movement has been put up for grabs. Provocative radio host Ben Shapiro is the “principled gladiator” who’s militantly defending conservative ideas amid this chaos. With over 10 million podcast downloads a month and an audience that is 70 percent under the age of 40, Shapiro has been dubbed the voice of conservative millennials. Picking apart liberal arguments and offering sharp, nuanced takes on current events is what he does best. In this column collection, you will be both enlightened and entertained as Shapiro takes you on a journey through the losses conservatives—and America—have endured.

Miteinander Sprechen Und Handeln

Author : Edith Slembek
ISBN : STANFORD:36105040341237
Genre : Communication
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Chicago Tribune Index

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ISBN : UOM:39015063397650
Genre : Chicago tribune
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