posted on 05/23/2003 9:53:47 AM PDT
Good business decision. Conservative books always lead in sales.
posted on 05/23/2003 9:56:38 AM PDT
(The government doesn't need to save me from myself. Im quite capable thank you.)
Of course, the recent run of conservative books riding the top of the best seller lists had no impact on deciding to get into the pool. It's all about seeing the light, not making a buck.
posted on 05/23/2003 9:58:10 AM PDT
(Vice is nice, but virtue can hurt you. --Bill Bennett)
Call it "Limbaugh's Revenge"!
And Ann, and Sean, and...
posted on 05/23/2003 9:58:17 AM PDT
(Armed in the Heartland)
Kudos to Regenery. Hope they made their big bucks. While I detest the idea of libs now tapping the market, that disdain is countered by the exposure the right view will get due to their greed. They will market these books as they must, and that is good...
posted on 05/23/2003 9:58:56 AM PDT
(Rats and Presstitutes lie--they have to in order to survive.....)
"In working with her and thinking about the meticulous way she made her case, I came to recognize that what she was saying is fundamentally true with regard to book publishing."
AND she's SEXY too!!!
Imagine "conservative books" what's next "tax cuts", the whole world is going to ****, just ask the lefties.
posted on 05/23/2003 9:59:06 AM PDT
by Mister Baredog
((They wanted to kill 50,000 of us on 9/11, we will never forget!))
Anyone catch a whiff of sulpher, maybe a little brimstone next to the editor's desk? Is the red ink of the contract signature water based or somthing a little thicker?
posted on 05/23/2003 10:11:24 AM PDT
Sounds like a potential opportunity for
The Dragon's Fury Series
A Conservative Techno-thriller series about World War III
attention citizens: your 20 gram chocolate allowance will now be increased to 20 grams!!!!
big brother loves you
Regnery was publishing conservatives long before it was cool. Remember that before giving your money to publishers whose credentials are less venerable.
posted on 05/23/2003 11:58:53 AM PDT
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