William Joseph Walsh is an American politician, conservative talk radio host, former social worker, and former 2020 Republican presidential candidate who served one term in the United States House of Representatives representing Illinois's 8th congressional district.
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An explosive thriller of revenge, murder, and shocking secrets draws together three women at an elite private school in the Colorado mountains. Their fates are bound by a handsome assistant athletic director, Nicholas. When two bodies are carried out of the school one morning, tensions between mothers and daughters, rival lovers, and the haves and have-nots shatter the surface of this affluent town where people stop at nothing to get what they want.
I don’t recommend a lot of books. But to unwind from politics, I love a good, weird “who done it.” THE LYING CLUB by @_Annie_Ward is a funny, creepy, dark crime thriller I just couldn’t put down. If you’re into this kind of thing like I am, get your hands on it.👇 – source
Discover the epic tale of self-discovery and the power of Rock and Roll in this instant international bestseller that takes readers from suburban New Jersey to the world's largest stages. Dive into the never-before-told stories of a member of the E Street Band, who became a political songwriter, journalist, actor, and activist for justice. Unrequited Infatuations chronicles Stevie Van Zandt's journey and his profound devotion to the endangered species of Rock. This is not just a memoir; it's a unique and unparalleled master class in rock and roll, activism, and spiritual seeking.
Started reading this book a couple days ago. Wonderful. Penetrating. Meaningful. I’m into it. Thanks @StevieVanZandt for writing it. – source
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Travel back in time with The Colour of Time, a stunning book that breathes new life into iconic moments and historical figures through digital colorization techniques. Capturing the entire 19th century and beyond, over 200 images of statesmen, soldiers, and ordinary people are depicted in vibrant hues, transforming black and white photography into a vivid, realistic experience. Written by bestselling historian Dan Jones, each image comes with a 200-word caption, sharing the fascinating stories behind them. This beautiful fusion of stunning visuals and captivating narratives brings history to life like never before.
This is a book everyone must have. Beautiful. Magnificent. @marinamaral2 does such amazing work. – source
Explore the world of baseball card collecting with this groundbreaking investigation into the most famous and valuable card of all time. Only a few dozen T206 Wagners still exist, and The Card is the most famous - and controversial - of them all. Follow its trail from a Florida flea market to the hands of prominent collectors, uncovering a billion-dollar industry rife with counterfeiters and con men. A must-read for anyone interested in the history of baseball cards and the impact they've had on American culture.
@mkhammer @baseballcrank That is a great book. – source
Explore the impact of Donald Trump's foreign policies on the world stage with "The Madman Theory" by Jim Sciutto. As CNN's Chief National Security Correspondent, Sciutto unveils how Trump's chaotic leadership style has disrupted global alliances and left vulnerable populations without American support. From alienating allies to giving comfort to dictators, Trump's legacy is more unstable, violent, and impoverished than ever before. Sciutto provides a sobering analysis of the damage done and the difficult road ahead for restoring peace and stability.
Finished this book by @jimsciutto in a couple of days. Tough to put down. Great read. A compelling look at what the world looks like with an American President who doesn’t have a plan and doesn’t understand the basics. Go buy your copy. You’ll be glad you did. – source
The Only Plane in the Sky is an oral history of September 11, 2001, told through interviews with nearly 500 Americans who were on the front lines of the tragedy. Author Garrett Graff paints a vivid portrait of the day as it was experienced by flight attendants, pilots, first responders, government officials, witnesses, survivors, and loved ones. This powerful tribute to the courage of everyday Americans is an essential addition to the literature of 9/11, exploring the human drama of an event that changed history and all of our lives.
“The Only Plane In The Sky: An Oral History of 9/11.” Simply an amazing read. Buy this book. Read this book. Keep this book. Thank you @vermontgmg for writing this book. – source
This book explores the possible reasons why evangelicals are losing the culture war, and if they are to blame for their decline. Written by Ben Howe, this book delves into the history of the Christian Right and how it led to the current state of the conservative movement. Howe examines the intellectual dishonesty and manipulative rhetoric that evangelical leaders use to convince Christians to follow the Republican Party line. He argues that unless evangelicals prioritize persuasion over power, they will continue to lose influence in the world. The Immoral Majority urges readers to value the eternal over the ephemeral, humility over ego, and resist the temptation of political power.
I read it. You will thoroughly enjoy it. It’s a very important book. Well done @BenHowe. – source
Also recommended byJoe Scarborough