530 Reasons Why Deplorables Won

Author: Steve Stranghoener
ISBN: 1544706901
Release Date: 2017-03-18

Love him or hate him, there's no denying that Donald Trump rendered the status quo unrecognizable in 2016. An outsider with no political experience, he overcame seemingly impossible odds to lead a popular movement that caused a seismic shift in the American political landscape. Candidate Trump cobbled together a disparate group of unlikely allies from all walks of life from Evangelicals to burned-out Bernie supporters; from union halls to Wall Street and from inner cities to small farms. The establishment labeled them Deplorable.This book is not a novelty filled with blank pages. Each thought provoking entry should serve as a reminder of how the unimaginable became reality. For the loyal opposition, 530 Reasons can serve as a primer for elections to come but mostly it is offered as an heirloom for Deplorables ... not only as a refresher for 2018 and 2020 but a keepsake to be handed down to future generations who must preserve America's greatness.

Meet the Deplorables

Author: Harmon Leon
Publisher: 39 West Press
ISBN: 9781946358097
Release Date: 2017-12-12
Genre: Humor

Legendary infiltration journalist Harmon Leon is at it again, this time teaming up with political cartoonist Ted Rall. In their new book, Meet the Deplorables: Infiltrating Trump America, Leon goes deep undercover into the heart of Trump America, and Rall adds an innovative extra dimension to the book with his own essays and full-color cartoons.

Muck City

Author: Bryan Mealer
Publisher: Three Rivers Press
ISBN: 9780307888631
Release Date: 2013-08-13
Genre: Social Science

Traces the intertwined stories of an orphaned quarterback, a celebrated football coach and an aspiring medical student whose prospects were collectively shaped by the formidable challenges, shameful history and football enthusiasm of their hometown in the Florida Everglades. 30,000 first printing.

Rocky Boyer s War

Author: Allen D. Boyer
Publisher: Naval Institute Press
ISBN: 9781682470978
Release Date: 2017-05-15
Genre: History

This book gives a counterpoint history – wry, keen-eyed, sometimes disgruntled – of the hard-fought, brilliant campaign that won World War II in the Southwest Pacific. It draws on the diary of an officer who knew its airfields and scarred beachheads, and its narrative is wrapped around a scandal and two battles. During 1944, Douglas MacArthur’s army fought its way from New Guinea to the Philippines. In New Guinea, discarding pre-war doctrine, Allied air commander George Kenney planned and ran an “air blitz” offensive. Kenney’s Fifth Air Force drove forward like a tank army, crash-landing in open country, seizing terrain, bulldozing new airfields, winning air control, and moving forward. At airfields on the front line, First Lieutenant Roscoe A. Boyer – Rocky Boyer – kept the radios working for the 71st Tactical Reconnaissance Group, a fighter-bomber unit. This book draws on his diary. Diaries were forbidden, but Rocky kept one – full of casualties, accidents, off-duty shenanigans, and rear-area snafus. He had friends killed when they shot it out with Japanese anti-aircraft gunners, or when their bombers vanished in bad weather. He wrote about wartime camp life – at Nadzab, New Guinea, the largest air base in the world, part Scout camp and part frontier boomtown. He knew characters worthy of Catch-22: combat flyers who played contract bridge, officers who played office politics, black quartermasters, and chaplains who stood up to colonels, when a promotion party ended with drunken gunplay and dynamite. His group stepped in against Japanese counterstrikes, sharp, sudden fights against enemy warships. • Off the island of Biak, in June 1944, the 17th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron, flying B-25’s, attacked Japanese destroyers carrying enemy reinforcements. In 90 seconds, the squadron won 60 Distinguished Flying Crosses, 19 of them posthumous. • On the beachhead at Mindoro, south of Manila in December 1944, Rocky fought in what Kenney called “the wildest scramble of the war”: a grim evening when the airfield was hit by Japanese bombers and shelled by a Japanese war fleet. This is a narrative of the war as airmen lived it, not a day-by-day, blow-by-blow verbatim transcript of a wartime diary. Rocky’s experience of life on the front line gives from-the-bottom-up detail to the framework of Kenney’s air blitz.