The Wizard of Sacramento: Governor Jerry Brown by William Smithers

THE WIZARD OF SACRAMENTO: GOVERNOR JERRY BROWNWilliam SmithersIndependently PublishedASIN: B07DXPX71QReviewed by Paige Lovitt for Reader Views (04/2020) California’s Governor Jerry Brown, born in 1938, was raised by a father who was a politician who also served two terms as a governor. His own illustrious career included two separate terms as a governor of California. He... Continue Reading →

“Islam: Europe Invaded. America Warned.” by Hege Storhaug

ISLAM: EUROPE INVADED. AMERICA WARNED. Hege StorhaugHege Storhaug (2019)ISBN 9788230339596Reviewed by Carol Hoyer for Reader Views (6/19) Author Hege Storhaug is Europe’s leading expert on immigration, integration and Islam in Europe. “Islam: Europe Invaded. America Warned.,” is a detailed and informative read on immigrants from the Middle East, Africa, and Asia as they descend on... Continue Reading →

“Talking Sense about Politics: How to Overcome Political Polarization in your next Conversation” by Jack Meacham

TALKING SENSE ABOUT POLITICS Jack MeachamQuaerere Press (2017)ISBN 9780999297605Reviewed by Araceli Noriega for Reader Views (3/19) In “Talking Sense about Politics: How to Overcome Political Polarization in your next Conversation” Jack Meacham writes about the current political climate in the U.S. in terms of how Americans are engaged—and disengaged—in that discourse. Mr. Meacham sets out... Continue Reading →

“Deliverance From Stupidparty Land” by Patrick M. Andendall

DELIVERANCE FROM STUPIDPARTY LAND Patrick M. Andendall Fact Over Fiction Publishing (2018) ISBN 9780996073950 Reviewed by Paige Lovitt for Reader Views (1/19) “Deliverance from Stupidparty Land: How to Eradicate the Destructive Forces Destroying American Democracy” is the third book in the Stupidparty series by the author Patrick M. Andendall. The first book is “Stupidparty Math... Continue Reading →

“Ten Cultures, Twenty Lives: Refugee Life Stories” by Daina Jurika-Owen

TEN CULTURES, TWENTY LIVES: REFUGEE LIFE STORIES Daina Jurika-Owen Amaya Books (2017) ISBN 9780999398104 Reviewed by Carol Hoyer for Reader Views (7/18) “Ten Cultures, Twenty Lives: Refugee Life Stories” by Daina Jurika-Owen happens to be one of the most informative inside looks at the resettlement of refugees and the agencies that work to help them. Too many... Continue Reading →

“Why They Stay: Sex Scandals, Deals and Hidden Agendas of Nine Political Wives” by Anne Michaud

WHY THEY STAY: SEX SCANDALS, DEALS AND HIDDEN AGENDAS OF NINE POLITICAL WIVES Anne Michaud Ogunquit-NY Press (2017) ISBN 9780997663310 Reviewed by Kimberly Luyckx for Reader Views (11/17) Anne Michaud, acclaimed journalist and author of “Why They Stay: Sex Scandals, Deals and Hidden Agendas of Nine Political Wives,” details a compelling account of couples in the public... Continue Reading →

“Jacked Up and Unjust” by Katherine Irwin and Karen Umemota

JACKED UP AND UNJUST Katherine Irwin, Karen Umemota University of California Press (2016) ISBN 9780520283039 Reviewed by Carol Hoyer for Reader Views(5/17) If you love to read research or clinical data, “Jacked Up and Unjust” by Katherine Irwin and Karen Umemota is the book for you. It is an academic research book that revolves around troubled teens In... Continue Reading →

“SWIFT Act: Swift Action for Permanent Recovery” by Buck Marshall

SWIFT ACT: SWIFT ACTION FOR PERMANENT RECOVERY Buck Marshall CreateSpace (2016) ISBN 9781530583188 Reviewed by Susan Violante for Reader Views (2016) Article first published as Book Review: ‘SWIFT Act: Swift Action for Permanent Recovery’ by Buck Marshall on Blogcritics. “SWIFT Act: Swift Action for Permanent Recovery” by Buck Marshall couldn’t have been better timed as... Continue Reading →

“Small Government My A**” by Kevin Loesch

SMALL GOVERNMENT MY A** Kevin Loesch Outskirts Press (2015) ISBN 9781478739036 Reviewed by Paige Lovitt for Reader Views (06/15) Typically, I avoid books about politics like the plague. However, when I saw the title of this book, “Small Government My A**” my attention was caught. I decided to give it a shot and I am... Continue Reading →

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