The transition from President Donald J. Trump to President Joseph R. Biden Jr.
This program includes an introduction read by the author.
If you can judge an audiobook by its enemies, Too Famous could be an instant classic.
#1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER
The seven-time #1 New York Times bestselling author, Fox News star, and radio host Mark R. Levin explains how the dangers he warned against in the “timely yet timeless” (David Limbaugh, author of Jesus Is Risen) bestseller Liberty and Tyranny have come to pass.
In 2009, Mark R.
This program includes an introduction read by Michael Wolff, as well as archival recordings of speeches made by Rudy Giuliani, Sidney Powell, and Donald Trump.
“We won. Won in a landslide. This was a landslide.”
—President Donald J. Trump, January 6, 2021
This program is read by the author.
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From the #1 bestselling author of Too Much and Never Enough: A diagnosis of America's national trauma, and a way to heal.
They save our lives every day, and we’ve never heard their stories. The life-or-death intensity of working on the front lines, from America’s greatest unsung heroes.
“The compassion, the work ethic, and the selflessness of nurses … are given the respect they deserve and captured beautifully here.”
–Sanjay Gupta, MD, neurosurgeon and
From Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist George F. Will comes his ninth collection of reflections on our culture, examining the many ways in which expertise, reason, and manners are continually under attack in our institutions, courts, political arenas, and social venues. George F. Will has been one of this country's leading columnists since 1974. He won the Pulitzer Prize for it in 1977.
The definitive account of the story of the year, the can't-make-this-up Gamestop short squeeze--a David vs.
Pulitzer Prize--winning reporter and dean of Trumpologists David Cay Johnston reveals years of eye-popping financial misdeeds by Donald Trump and his family.While the world watched Donald Trump's presidency in horror or delight, few noticed that his lifelong grifting quietly continued.
A forward-thinking manifesto from three Stanford professors--experts who have worked at ground zero of the tech revolution for decades--which reveals how big tech's obsession with optimization and efficiency has sacrificed fundamental human values and outlines steps we can take to change course, renew our democracy, and save ourselves.
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How far are Americans willing to go to force each other to fall in line?