American Marxism , the latest book authored by conservative radio host Mark Levin, is debuting as No. 1 on the New York Times bestseller list after selling over 400,000 copies in the first week of its release. The conservative thought leader says there is a “big and growing movement that will surprise the hate-America crowd.” Levin’s book landed as #1 on the list in non-fiction hardcover books and ebooks after selling 330,000 hardcover copies alone in the first week, along with 70,000 copies in other forms, crushing competitors. This comes despite the Times’ history of suppressing conservative books. The numbers rival those of his 2010 conservative manifesto Liberty and Tyranny: A Conservative Manifesto — another New York Times bestseller. In his latest work, Levin explains how the dangers previewed in his Obama-era book Liberty and Tyranny are coming to fruition, detailing the way Marxist ideology has infiltrated key aspects of society, from academia — a breeding … [Read more...] about Mark Levin’s Book ‘American Marxism’ #1 on NYT Best Seller List
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Alan Moore —the comic-writing legend who co-created influential titles like V For Vendetta and Watchmen —has announced that he’s planning to retire from the comic book-penning game. Moore made the announcement during a press conference for his new prose novel Jerusalem this week, telling The Guardian that he’s got “about 250 pages” of comics writing left in him. That includes some “very enjoyable” work on his H.P. Lovecraft-influenced series Providence , the movie-themed anthology series Cinema Purgatorio , and a final volume of The League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen . And after that, he’s done. Advertisement “I think I have done enough for comics,” Moore told reporters. “I’ve done all that I can. I think if I were to continue to work in comics, inevitably the ideas would suffer, inevitably you’d start to see me retread old ground and I think both you and I probably deserve something better than that.” … [Read more...] about Alan Moore says he’s retiring from comics
Photo Courtesy of Simon & Schuster Legendary author Stephen King is set to host a reading from his highly anticipated new novel, Billy Summers , on July 27, 2021, at 7 p.m on YouTube. This worldwide event, with King narrating a never-before-released selection, will offer fans a sneak peek at the book before it’s published on August 3 by Scribner Books (a Simon & Schuster/ViacomCBS company). Already being heralded as one of King’s most complex and fascinating characters, Billy Summers is an assassin with a strict moral code: He only takes an assignment after assuring himself that the target is a bad guy. Now ready for retirement, the Iraq war veteran and expert sniper decides he’s going to leave the business after one last job. That is easier said than done, however, and unexpected complications lead Billy to facing ghosts from his past. READ MORE: Many Who Filed Federal Tax Returns On Time Or Early Still Don't Have Refunds -- What's The Holdup? Billy Summers … [Read more...] about Stephen King To Read An Exclusive Scene From Upcoming Novel ‘Billy Summers’
Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin College has become increasingly expensive over the years, and the problem only seems to get worse. Not only do students have to cover the growing cost of tuition and fees, but then there are personal expenses, transportation, and room and board to pay for — often with the help of student loans . Unfortunately, students often forget to plan for the cost of books and supplies, which can add up fast. According to figures from CollegeBoard , students should expect to spend approximately $1,298 per year on textbooks and supplies when attending four-year public schools. Considering average tuition and fees at four-year colleges currently sits at $10,560 for the 2020-21 school year, that's more than 10% in added college costs few people know to plan for. Fortunately, you do have some control over how much you pay for college textbooks, as well as other types of supplies you need for school. Saving money on college textbooks … [Read more...] about How To Save Big On College Textbooks This Year
A few years ago, I won a pair of very good plastic binoculars at the Audubon Center for Birds of Prey in Maitland, Fla., for identifying the most types of animal poop. (I'll be handing out autographs later.) My point is, you can't sweep a contest like that and be a nature-phobe. I was starting to feel like one, though. Like most people, I had a multi-pack of trauma in 2020, and in October, I hit a major depression that included not wanting to go outside my Central Florida home at all, when outside was the only safe place to go. In 2020, the United States minted 8.1 million more hikers and 7.9 million more campers than in 2019, according to an Outdoor Foundation study, and it had nearly 3 million new tennis players, according to the Physical Activity Council. I wasn't among them. MORE LIFESTYLE: He surprised her, and TikTok, with their long-lost wedding video Nature has been shown to reduce stress, increase cognitive function and improve our health. Just watching nature … [Read more...] about Enjoying nature doesn’t always come naturally. Don’t let that stop you.