Monday, June 11, 2012 Authors Available for Interviews

In M. Zuhdi Jasser's new book, A Battle for the Soul of Islam: An American Muslim Patriot's Fight to Save His Faith, he offers non-Muslims a definitive comprehension of the difference between Islam and the spiritual cancer known as Islamism, or political Islam, and how violence and extremism run counter to Islam's true teachings. As he persuasively argues, until we acknowledge the threat of Islamism in all its forms, the majority of Americans will be deceived into recognizing only the most obvious: terrorism.
In his new book, FEARLESS: The Undaunted Courage and Ultimate Sacrifice of Navy SEAL Team SIX Operator Adam Brown, award-winning author Eric Blehm tells the powerful, inspirational, and deeply moving story of a dedicated warrior who overcame incredible personal and physical challenges to rise to the elite level of SEAL Team SIX.
RealClearPolitics' gripping second eBook on the 2012 election provides fascinating insights behind the pivotal moments in the campaign and the rise and fall of each of the candidates. ELECTION 2012: A Time for Choosing, written by Executive Editor, Tom Bevan, and Washington Editor, Carl M. Cannon, is a front row seat through the brutal nominating contest that led Romney to becoming the GOP candidate for president, and how his team and his opponent are preparing for the onslaught this fall.
In his new book, NO TOMORROWS: How to Halt America's Imminent Collapse and Return to the American Dream - And Why it Must Start with the 2012 Elections, Doug Johnson takes a serious look at what's wrong with America, identifies the core problems that must be solved, and shows us how to fix them.
tale of fighting the SEIU's advances are chronicled in his riveting new book, The Devil at Our Doorstep, which describes the impact of unions on the economic and political landscape of America. He warns of the dangers posed by giving greater control to these firmly-entrenched organizations and their political supporters/dependents.

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