Making Waves: Bold Exposes from Talk Radio's Number One Night Time Host

Making Waves: Bold Exposes from Talk Radio's Number One Night Time Host

by Michael Reagan
     
 
As the son of Ronald Reagan, Micahel Reagan grew up in the public eye. But it is his relentless, outspoken conservatism, his passion, and his knife-edged wit that have made him the second most listened-to talk show host on radio. Now he's putting pen to paper and giving readers the chance to catch a glimpse of his life, his values, and his positive vision for America.

Overview

As the son of Ronald Reagan, Micahel Reagan grew up in the public eye. But it is his relentless, outspoken conservatism, his passion, and his knife-edged wit that have made him the second most listened-to talk show host on radio. Now he's putting pen to paper and giving readers the chance to catch a glimpse of his life, his values, and his positive vision for America.

Editorial Reviews

Mary Carroll
Did Rush Limbaugh's best-sellers fly off your shelves? Does right-wing talk radio kill the competition in your media market? If so, you will probably need multiple copies of this collection of "bold exposes" from Ronald Reagan's talk-host son. To no one's astonishment, the younger Reagan bashes the Clintons, the media, liberals, affirmative action, and the United Nations, and glorifies his father, fatherhood in general, the GOP, conservatives, and the "new Reagan Revolution" : his "24-hour, two-way interchange" linking "We the People" to government though Reagan's three-hour weeknight talk show, his monthly newsletter, and his Internet web site. Yes, "Making Waves" constitutes self-promotion (and will itself be widely promoted by the publisher). Yes, this volume's "exposes" rely heavily on sources--like Clinton-hater Larry Nichols--whom many observers, at least some of them conservative, consider undependable at best. Still, readers who share Reagan's ultraconservative views and visceral anger at all who disagree will no doubt relish this chance to peruse his vituperation at their leisure. (Jim Denney "poured my thoughts onto paper with passion and skill," per Reagan's acknowledgments.)

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780785275886
Publisher:
Nelson, Thomas, Inc.
Publication date:
08/01/1996
Pages:
304
Product dimensions:
6.32(w) x 9.32(h) x 0.99(d)

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