Don't Mess with Travis gets a mention on the FRONT PAGE of the Wall Street Journal. Check it out here.
petition for "peaceful withdrawal" that awaits an official White House response, I took to The Daily Caller to explain just why Texas is uniquely qualified to break away... and succeed. The piece has been getting a ton of attention. Click here to read!
a nice new book review. From Senior Fellow in Constitutional Studies Ilya Shapiro:
"I'm a few months late on this, but while the Supreme Court was figuring out what to do with Obamacare, a work of political fiction came out that captures the tone of Washington better than any of Bob Woodward tick-tock tomes."Click here to read the whole thing...
A great new review from EssentialHM.net...
As Jim Valvano said in his now famous speech, "Every day you should laugh, think, and have your emotions moved to tears." Regardless of your political affiliation, this book certainly can help you do all of those."Click here to read the whole thing.
An incredible review today from Ben Shapiro, editor-at-large over at Breitbart.com. Here's how it opens:
Conservatives aren't supposed to be funny. According to the elites, we can't be, what with our brains so full of racism, misogyny, and greed. Thankfully, no one told this to author Bob Smiley, whose debut novel Don't Mess with Travis is one of the year's best, and arguably the most stinging work of political satire since Christopher Buckley's Boomsday.
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heading to Texas on Tuesday, this review from one of America's biggest papers couldn't come at a more perfect time:
Who says conservatives don't have a sense of humor? For years, conservative patron saint William F. Buckley Jr. regaled audiences with both his humor and his books, including several works of fiction. Now, a former Buckley research assistant, Bob Smiley, has delivered his debut novel just time for election season.It only gets better. Full review available here.