by Jerome Bartels
In that darkest hour, salvation came not from the United States government, but from fantasy government. This cabinet of independent thinkers from Naperville, Illinois--a librarian, a customer service representative, a gas station owner, and an obsessive gamer--was led by insurance adjuster and President Jay Weise.
Now, thanks to the tireless efforts of crusading vagabond journalist, former White House press secretary, and part-time Radio Shack employee Jerome Bartels, here for the first time is the true story of the Stockdale Hostage Crisis from the people who lived it. [close]
by M. Schottenbauer (Goodreads Author), Elizabeth Jacoby Schottenbauer
“Guess Who?” is grandmother’s own title for this sketchbook, which includes many United States Presidents and generals, Caroline and Jackie Kennedy, famous movie stars from the mid-1900’s, and international figures, including Pope Paul VI, Winston Churchill, and Queen Elizabeth II. In context, these sketches are a tribute to civil rights and humanitarian efforts in the mid-1900’s. Some of the figures which may not be as familiar to contemporary audiences, such as Senator Dirksen, Haile Selassie, and Jawaharlal Nehru, were instrumental in passing humanitarian legislation. This sketchbook was my grandmother’s political statement. [close]
― George S. Patton Jr.
― Hunter S. Thompson
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