Naked at the Mic/The Survival of a Liberal in a Time of Peril Naked
at the Mic/ The Survival of a Liberal in a Time of Peril is a bold
defense of Liberalism that chronicles the demise and resurgence of
Liberalism in America since 2000. It is an autobiographical account
of the establishment and survival of a commercially broadcasted
liberal talk radio show during one of the most politically
conservative periods in American history. The span of research for
this book includes thousands of archived news articles published
from alternative and mainstream sources since 2000 and hundreds of
broadcasted interviews from the L.A.Steel Show. Guests interviewed
have ranged in views from Presidential Candidate Ralph Nader, peace
activist Cindy Sheehan, Code Pink co founder Medea Benjamin, civil
rights activist Jesse Jackson, former U.S Atty General Ramsey Clark
the defense Atty for Saddam Hussein, John McManus President of the
John Birch Society, actor Ed Asner and hundreds of well known
authors, journalists, activists and politicians. Part two of this
book entitled, Essays and Insights, includes one hundred and sixty
six selected essays and insights chosen from over five hundred
published on line articles from the author's website
lasteelshow.org. The subjects are based on some of the most
significant national and international events and personalities
from 2000 to 2009.
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