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By David Swanson, Prosperity Agenda
Note: Yesterday, Glenn Beck was bounced out of bestseller spot by Swanson's book: "Daybreak: Undoing the Imperial Presidency and Forming a More Perfect Union." This is Swanson's first book, on its first day of publication it ranked #1 in politics nonfiction on Amazon.com, having bumped Glenn Beck out of his long-held position. "Daybreak" is also the #1 nonfiction book in all categories on Amazon.com, and the #6 book overall, and climbing.You can purchase the book: http://tr.im/xBt3
By Linda Milazzo, OpEdNews
It's a GREAT DAY in America when heralds of hate, specifically Glenn Beck and Michelle Malkin, are booted from their Amazon best seller slots on DAY ONE of the publication of progressive leader David Swanson's breakthrough tome, DAYBREAK - now at Number One on Amazon's non-fiction best seller list. From this terrific response to Swanson's new book arises my sincere desire that DAYBREAK attracts a good many of Beck and Malkin's readers, so they, too, will have the opportunity to absorb the depth of information and dedication to solutions that David Swanson offers.
By Brian Franklin
In the fight for accountability, there are many whose actions have failed to live up to their rhetoric. It is one thing to believe this country is worth fighting for, and yet another to actually spend time fighting.
As someone who worked for Congressman Wexler's campaign and his push for impeachment hearings, I can attest to David's fighting spirit and breadth of knowledge. His comprehensive understanding of the supporting evidence - coupled with a singular clarity of the legislative process and players - made him an vital resource.
By David Swanson, TomDispatch
It sounds like the plot for the latest summer horror movie. Imagine, for a moment, that George W. Bush had been allowed a third term as president, had run and had won or stolen it, and that we were all now living (and dying) through it. With the Democrats in control of Congress but Bush still in the Oval Office, the media would certainly be talking endlessly about a mandate for bipartisanship and the importance of taking into account the concerns of Republicans. Can't you just picture it?