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Let's Be Heard af Bob Grant
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Let's Be Heard (udgave 1996)

af Bob Grant

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The King of conservative talk radio speaks out! For more than twenty-five years, Bob Grant has mesmerized radio listeners with his pioneering 'tell it like it is' style of straight talk. He's outrageous, he's addictive, and he has a number-one ranked talk show. Always informed, always in the center of national controversy, Grant may make conservatives stand up and cheer, and liberals howl in protest, but in Let's Be Heard he makes everyone take notice. Let's Be Heard is a tour de force of Grant's savvy, forthright thinking on what's right and what's wrong with America. With unfailing aim and ever-present wit, he unflinchingly takes on liberalism's sacred cows, among them, 'Slick Willie' Clinton, Teddy 'The Swimmer' Kennedy, academia nuts, Columbus bashers, feminist emasculators, welfare swindlers, and third world 'governments.' 'I don't mind if others call me conservative, but I'm just me.' Most of his listeners love him, many others love to hate him, but for all who tune in each afternoon to his heady and engaging mix of old-fashioned storytelling and withering social commentary, Bob Grant is, more than anything else, a supreme entertainer. Let's Be Heard will tell just why he's tops in American talk radio.… (mere)
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Titel:Let's Be Heard
Forfattere:Bob Grant
Info:(1996), Hardcover, 241 pages
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The King of conservative talk radio speaks out! For more than twenty-five years, Bob Grant has mesmerized radio listeners with his pioneering 'tell it like it is' style of straight talk. He's outrageous, he's addictive, and he has a number-one ranked talk show. Always informed, always in the center of national controversy, Grant may make conservatives stand up and cheer, and liberals howl in protest, but in Let's Be Heard he makes everyone take notice. Let's Be Heard is a tour de force of Grant's savvy, forthright thinking on what's right and what's wrong with America. With unfailing aim and ever-present wit, he unflinchingly takes on liberalism's sacred cows, among them, 'Slick Willie' Clinton, Teddy 'The Swimmer' Kennedy, academia nuts, Columbus bashers, feminist emasculators, welfare swindlers, and third world 'governments.' 'I don't mind if others call me conservative, but I'm just me.' Most of his listeners love him, many others love to hate him, but for all who tune in each afternoon to his heady and engaging mix of old-fashioned storytelling and withering social commentary, Bob Grant is, more than anything else, a supreme entertainer. Let's Be Heard will tell just why he's tops in American talk radio.

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