The bare truth about everything you ever wanted to know about love, relationships, dating, life, and sex, but were afraid to ask.
Bringing new meaning to the phrase “sex sells,” because today NOTHING sells like so-called “provocative romance” for girls.
…and it gets ugly!
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One of our nation’s most revered warriors comes out for new gun safety laws.
IF you haven’t read my book yet, this should inspire you to do so. It’s a great summer read. From Joe Gandelman’s review:
When “The Hillary Effect” came out in December you could have bet that it would have been just one more of these quickie political books that seem to be a collection of uninspired recycled reporting notes, or reworded blog posts, except this time it would focus on the ill-fated Presidential nomination campaign of Hillary Clinton, American history’s first Presidential primary winning female candidate. In fact, “The Hillary Effect” proved to be a breath of 21st century new journalism fresh air. In several ways, it’s standing the test of time because Washington analyst Taylor Marsh’s analysis is so perceptive that — no joke — you can’t find a lot of her spot-on observations about politics, politics’ ruthlessness, and sexism in media and in politics anywhere else.
She contends that Hillary Clinton faced a double edged, razor-sharp sword, and fell on it: the news media’s treatment of her was different as First Lady, Senator and as the country’s first viable female Presidential aspirant, not just because she was a woman, but because she was Hillary Clinton. She had some baggage to shed, started effectively shedding it, and Team Obama made it their mission to make sure they loaded her up with more of it.
Today, “The Hillary Effect” is more relevant than ever.