Michelle Malkin visits Sound Off Connecticut (Update: Audio)

Michelle Malkin will be joining Jim during Sound Off Connecticut this morning (Wednesday). Her new book is number 1 in books on Amazon.com. Culture of Corruption: Obama and His Team of Tax Cheats, Crooks, and Cronies is an up-to-date review of the nepotism, ethics deficiencies and hypocrisy apparent in the current administration.
My first book review evah was posted last week and you can read it here. If you don’t like my review, don’t hold it against the author 😉

Update: Here is the audio from Jim’s interview with Michelle on Wednesday.


In Michelle Malkin’s fourth book, Culture of Corruption: Obama and His Team of Tax Cheats, Crooks, and Cronies, she dives into the details of stories pushed to page A15 of the Saturday afternoon paper during President Barack Obama’s rise from state to national politics, and on to the Executive Branch. The stories, when reviewed individually, may not seem like a big deal, but when added together tell a tale of nepotism, ethics deficiencies and complete hypocrisy.

Note one other item that really does not deserve its own post. Jim’s been feeling a bit under the weather the last few days and I’ve been pretty busy with summer projects, work and some Web marketing implementations so we have not had much time to post. Honestly, right now it seems like it’s health care, health care and more health care and I think I’ve made my opinion quite well known. Jim’s covering on air every day…

We’ll post as soon as we can, when we can.

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  1. Dimsdale on July 29, 2009 at 6:47 am

    Michelle, as usual, was superb.  Full control of her facts, figures and names.  I bet she didn't even need a teleprompter!

    I hope Costco has the book!

  2. Linda Mae on July 29, 2009 at 4:38 pm

    Missed Michelle's interview but I did catch her on Hannity (via video clip) and Beck.  I wanted to hear her discuss her chapter on Dodd.  Whoever runs against him NEEDS to keep that chapter front and center in the public's eye.  I also strongly suggest they focus on the time he owe us when he and his family moved to Iowa.  Somehow I thought you had to live in the state you represented – guess I was wrong.  Romney had a similar problem.  Love the book – went to Barnes and Noble because I had a gift certificate.

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