WHORES: Why and How I Came to Fight the EstablishmentLarry Klayman describes his efforts to stem abuses in the judiciary and executive branches of our government. He details his legal battles with President and First Lady Bill and Hillary Clinton (Chinagate and Filegate), Vice President Dick Cheney (secret energy commission meetings), and the Bush administration over illegal wiretapping of American citizens.
His portraits of the likes of Janet Reno, Fred Thompson, Arlen Spector, Judge Denny Chin (who recently presided over the Madoff trial), and other Clinton insiders Klayman considers unethical, and who have come back to power in the Obama administration, reveal not always flattering sides of their well-cultivated images.
Above all, Whores is an impassioned plea for reform of our judicial system (with provocative suggestions on how to do it), so that the vision of our Founding Fathers, as enshrined in the Constitution—of a government by the people, for the people—can become a reality once again.
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Quiet Hero is also a rare glimpse into the deeply personal story of the effects of war on those who fight and their families. Cosby reveals how her own father became a POW who was saved by US troops. Her fathers story is one of sheer courage and patriotism as he battled the Nazis in WWII as a teenage resistance fighter, escaping in the sewers and ultimately weighing only 90 pounds (standing six feet tall) when he was rescued. Cosbys father never discussed his visible and invisible scars until now, and as a result, the journey has caused father and daughter to reunite after decades of estrangement.
Quiet Hero has also become required reading in psychology and social work courses focused on trauma and recovery in several US universities, including NYU and Fordham. Her father received a special commendation from the prestigious Medal of Honor Society for his bravery.
For more information, visit www.quiethero.org.
A Time to Betray: The Astonishing Double Life of a CIA Agent inside the Revolutionary Guards of IranBy Reza Kahlili
A true story as exhilarating as a great spy thriller, as turbulent as todays headlines from the Middle East, A Time to Betray reveals what no other previous CIA operatives memoir possibly could: the inner workings of the notorious Revolutionary Guards of Iran, as witnessed by an Iranian man inside their ranks who spied for the American government. It is a human story, a chronicle of family and friendships torn apart by a terror-mongering regime, and how the adult choices of three childhood mates during the Islamic Republic yielded divisive and tragic fates. And it is the stunningly courageous account of one mans decades-long commitment to lead a shocking double life informing on the beloved country of his birth, a place that once offered the promise of freedom and enlightenmentbut instead ruled by murderous violence and spirit-crushing oppression.
For more information, visit www.atimetobetray.com.
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