The Radio Equalizer: Brian Maloney

28 May 2006

Godless, Donkey Cons, Prayers For The Assassin


Prayers For The Assassin, Donkey Cons, Godless

Looking for beach reading? Here's what we've been recently enjoying:

After a bloody civil war, the country has been divided into two distinct societies, a Christian- run Bible Belt region and and to the north and west, an Islamic republic. Sparking the blue- red state breakup: suitcase- nuke terrorist attacks on New York, Washington DC and Mecca, which are falsely blamed on Israel.

Author Robert Ferrigno's vision of America 35 years into the future forms the basis of Prayers For The Assassin, a sleeper hit released earlier this year.

Winning rave reviews from the likes of Hugh Hewitt and Instapundit's Glenn Reynolds, liberal newspaper critics mostly panned the novel.

Now, we're pleased to announce that Ferrigno is currently writing the first of what will be two follow- ups, Hymm For The Assassin. Taking place on the red state side of the dividing line, it will be released late next year.

From Ferrigno:

"Brian, it's official. The next one, set in the Bible Belt, is called HYMN FOR THE ASSASSIN. I'm working hard at it, publication date will be late 2007. Prayers For The Assassin has also now been sold to major publishers in the Netherlands and Romania, as well as Turkey and the UK."

Robert, glad to hear it, we're looking forward to it! Can a film version of Prayers be far behind?

Chronicling more than two centuries of Democrat malfeasance, Donkey Cons: Sex, Crime, and Corruption In The Democratic Party is a fun, yet disturbing read.

Tying it all together in a way seldom presented in the past, Cons uses the examples of history to show how dishonesty has rotted the party's core since its earliest days.

You'll find striking parallels between century- old events and Howard Dean's Democrats of 2006. Overall, this book by World Magazine Editor Lynn Vincent and Washington Times Assistant National Editor Robert Stacy McCain provides very worthwhile reading.

Like you, we haven't yet had a look at Godless: The Church Of Liberalism, Ann Coulter's upcoming release, but we can't wait.

Expected to be released June 6, huge pre- orders have already propelled it onto Amazon's top 20 list for non-fiction titles.

This summer, it's sure to be found on beaches across America.

To buy any of these titles, click the Amazon box links below. Your purchases help to support this site's efforts. Thanks again!


  • Cons uses the examples of history to show how dishonesty has rotted the (Democratic) party's core since its earliest days.

    No surprise. The Democrat Party had its origins with Andrew Jackson, who purseed policies of confiscating native American land to redistribute to white settlers, who in turn, voted him into power.

    In the South, both before and after the civil war, southern Democrats gained power by confiscating labor and then human rights from Africans, and redistributing these to white voters in return for power.

    The modern Democrat party follows the same path, advocating confiscation of the earnings of the productive class to be redistributed to gov't bureaucrats, teachers unions (but I repeat myself) and welfare recipients, in return for power.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 28 May, 2006 16:36  

  • Love all those links!
    Don't forget this one:

    F.U.B.A.R. : America's Right-Wing Nightmare
    by Sam Seder, Stephen Sherrill

    Tell us about it Sam!

    By Blogger Ezsuds81, at 28 May, 2006 17:26  

  • You got that right E-ZEEE!

    There's only one book people will be taking to the beach, to picnics, office parties, baby showers, and indictments of members of Bush's staff...

    That's right, FUBAR: America's Right Wing Nightmare!

    The book that makes Brian Malonely weep every day,curled in a ball at the bottom of his shower.

    -knock, knock, knock, "Brian, are you ok in there?"

    "weep, weep, Yes... dear"

    "I noticed you had your computer on the amazon page for Fubar again< sweetheart, I told you not to make it your homepage..."

    "Dammit, you weren't supposed to see that, weep, weep"

    "Brian, maybe it's time you stopped all this dillying on the computer and get a job- shit journals get more daily hits than your blog"

    "Not all of them! weep, weep"

    "Brian, my parents say that they will stop giving us money if you don't go out and get a job-- it's summertime, maybe you can get a job as a busboy in Mashpee"

    "Oh, why can't I be as successful as Sam Seder... You know, honey, somebody wrote another positive article about Al Franken, doesn't that make your blood boil?"

    "No, Dear, and please try and get out of your pj's today."

    By Blogger samseder, at 28 May, 2006 21:33  


    Knocknock: Zero
    Zero who?

    Your ratings and book sales.

    Have you ever thought about anger management.

    What ever you don't tell Randy this joke. If you do just say Bush Sucks. Then she will forget what you just said.

    By Blogger Greg, at 28 May, 2006 21:50  

  • Another Suggestion: Ramesh Ponnuru's "Party of Death."

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 29 May, 2006 09:45  

  • Want a laugh to ease you back into the day after a long holdiay weekend? Follow the link on samseder to his profile and then to his own blog. Now dont waste your time reading any of the dreck but just notice that he has about 2 comments on any recent topic. One being someone that is probably his mother and the other a sockpuppet of his mom. And he wants to criticize Maloney! Do it on your own pathetic blog, Sammy. Oh thats right, then no one but mom would read it.

    By Blogger Seriouslyunserious, at 30 May, 2006 09:28  

  • "seriouslyunserious",I think you are missing the bigger point. Sam isn't relying on his blog to get his viewpoint out. He has a radio show, and he also has a new book!

    F.U.B.A.R. : America's Right-Wing Nightmare
    by Sam Seder, Stephen Sherrill

    Some people don't have either.

    By Blogger Ezsuds81, at 30 May, 2006 15:11  

  • Soon to be in the remainder bin. Where is it that slammin sammy broadcasts? It aint within a 1000 miles of me I am fairly certain. Alow wattage FM station or what.

    By Blogger Seriouslyunserious, at 30 May, 2006 21:51  

  • notice that he has about 2 comments on any recent topic. One being someone that is probably his mother and the other a sockpuppet of his mom.

    My stupid little fart-joke blog does better than that.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 31 May, 2006 06:57  

  • Besides which, anybody who thinks George "Amnesty-for-illegals, open-borders, prescription-drug-boondoggle, hurray-for-Ted-Kennedy's-education-bill" Bush is a "right-wing conservative" has been smoking way too much crack.

    Bush believes in conservative principles about as much as John "so-called First Amendment" McCain believes in free speech.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 31 May, 2006 07:04  

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