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  • Robert Grant

    THE KING OF CONSERVATIVE TALK RADIO SPEAKS OUT! 'Bob Grant is the king of talk radio in New York...He is one of the few talk show hosts who has lasted in combat radio. He defined it and spawned countless imitators all over the country.' -- Rush Limbaugh For more than twenty-five years, Bob Grant has mesmerized radio listeners with his pioneering 'tell it like it is' style of straight talk. He's outrageous, he's addictive, and he has a number-one ranked talk show. Always informed, always in the center of national controversy, Grant may make conservatives stand up and cheer, and liberals howl in protest -- but in Let's Be Heard, he makes everyone take notice. Let's Be...read more

  • Sarah Orne Jewett

    Tantor Media presents a collection of some of the most popular Christmas stories read by award-winning narrators Renee Raudman and Alan Sklar. This special anthology will transport listeners back to the Christmases of their youth, when they first heard these holiday tales. From ''Twas the Night Before Christmas,' Clement C. Moore's classic depiction of St. Nicholas at work, to O. Henry's 'The Gift of the Magi,' which embodies the very spirit of Christmas, Favorite Stories of Christmas Past has something for everyone. Also included is Francis Church's moving editorial response to a little girl's Christmastime query, 'Yes, Virginia, There Is a Santa Clause,' as well as seven other Christmas...read more

  • Vanessa Grant

    The Bard of the Yukon ~ Banker, Hobo, and Klondike Poet A downloadable PDF of Klondike Gold Rush illustrations is available on the Resources page at https://BookHip.com/FTCLVRT Robert William Service was born in Lancashire, Engand in 1874. His mother was an heiress and his father a bank cashier. He was the eldest of 10 children. When Service was 4 years old, he was sent to his grandfather and his 3 aunts in Scotland to live. He wrote his first poem two years later. He was, it seemed, destined to be a poet and a wanderer. In a 1958 CBC television interview, Canadian journalist Pierre Berton asked then 84 year old Robert Service why he had left Scotland and immigrated to...read more

  • Adam Grant

    Positive leaders are able to dramatically expand their people's—and their own—capacity for excellence. And they accomplish this without enormous expenditures or huge heroic gestures. Here leading scholars—including Adam Grant, author of the bestselling Give and Take; positive organizational scholarship movement cofounders Kim Cameron and Robert Quinn; and thirteen more—describe how this is being done at companies such as Wells Fargo, Ford, Kelly Services, Burt's Bees, Connecticut's Griffin Hospital, the Michigan-based Zingerman's Community of Businesses, and many others. They show that, like the butterfly in Brazil whose flapping wings create a typhoon in Texas, you...read more

  • Peter Barnes

    Tenemos que tener una base racional y ética sólida para sancionar legalmente el dar fin a 53 millones de vidas en nuestras naciones, sin contar los más de un millón que mueren cada año. ¿Cómo serían hoy estos millones de personas, desde infantes hasta adultos mayores de cuarenta años, si hubieran vivido? Su exterminio de la faz de la tierra requiere una justificación convincente. ¿Cuál es la justificación para el aborto legal? Examinemos los argumentos que usan los que promueven el aborto, a fin de determinar lo sólido que es el fundamento sobre el cual se basa esta práctica. R. C. Sproul presenta una investigación sobre las enseñanzas bíblicas de la santidad de la...read more