The Book Shelf

I don’t use advertizing on the website and web authoring in general is just a hobby, and done as a convenience to myself for the most part. I have however made some good friends and other acquaintances over my years on the web due to my status as a military veteran and of my political associations. Although let it be noted that I’ve given up on politics and party affiliations of any sort as of late,  I’m no longer amused by the dog and pony show we’re presented with these days. Get back to me when it starts fixing our fiscal and geopolitical problems and I might reconsider that point of view, but I doubt it’ll ever happen.

Back in 2004 in the days of  the “The Kerry Wars”, as I like to refer to them, I was given the opportunity to work with some very unique people on both the web and the political front. And a lot of those people made a huge contribution to that whole campaign issue. Authors, veteran poets, ex-military, musicians and scholars of all sorts shapes and sizes. They were some really good people to work and associate with.

Actually, it wasn’t politics but rather a personal  problem most of us had with Kerry given our status as military veterans that started it all. We just refused to let that BS artist end up as Commander and  Chief without a fight, and that we did.

To make a long story short, that’s the reason for the book listings in side bar. They’re a good lot, and if I can send them some traffic I’d be more than happy to do so.


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Mike Connelly picked up a signed and messaged copy of Unfit For Command for me at a book faire, John E. O’Neil and Jerome R. Corsi were also on the front lines of the Kerry Wars.


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All  involved with our 2004 campaign and the websites are to be commended for their hard work and service through the decades, so hats off to all of you. Anyhow, I’d literally have to write a book to mention all the folks and key players in the alliance that’s been created over the years. Let it suffice to say I probably won’t be publishing anything other than my sloppy attempt at web authoring. But then again if you know me you already knew that.

Actually George  (Rurik) Mellinger might have a couple that would be of interest to Chromedome and I. How about it Chromedome, want to buy a book?



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