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  • Brian Katz - Ann Coulter is is a knock out! I hope she reads this review :)

    I am currently "reading" Ann's book "How to Talk a Liberal if you Must," and I just couldn't wait until I was finished reading it before reviewing the book, so instead of reviewing the book itself I am going to take this opportunity to review the icon that is Coulter. I respect her opinions although I do not agree with all of them, I believe she takes a uniquely uncanny and highly controversial approach to politics, she speaks her mind, she has a sense of humor about all aspects of life and her overall outlook on life is all in good fun, almost as though it were a big game and someone's got to win it! I am a jewish conservative living in Israel and born in the USA, she supports me and my nation no thanks to the majority of American Jewry who are liberals!!! Ann Coulter you're the best, I recommend anything she writes, it's all worth the read. (Ann if you read this you can contact me at "Zoicitality@yahoo.com")

  • TO - Healing Psoriasis: The Natural Alternative

    I am living proof "The Natural Alternative" WORKS!!! It takes hard work, determination, consistency, patience and faith. It also doesn't hurt to have the best doctor and friend Dr John O.A. Pagano he's my savior.
    I am the "T.O." in the book and yes at the age of 36 I still have psoriasis but I control it! With a lifestyle change of diet is the key. Still I have bouts but that is due to my own, going "amuck with my diet" and you may soon see a spot or a patch, I know I need to stay truly regimented. Why not, is healthy and my skin and my body and my weight is the best ever!!!!!! Just do it, your body will thank you. Don't fret, in order to eliminate all the toxins from your body you may become worse (a flare up) but its just all getting out of your system. Thank you Dr. Pagano, my hero. T.O.

  • Nancy "Music Lover" - Great drive so far

    I have been using this drive for a couple of months now, and it's been 100% dependable.
    It's not loud, you wouldn't even know it was next to me, if the light didn't flash when it's working, (and that's a good thing).
    The price was great and so is the drive.
    Do not hesitate to buy this.

  • Samana Siddiqui - Somebody call the Pulitzer committee and somebody else call Stephen Spielberg

    A native of New Orleans saving neighbors and abandoned pets via canoe in the wake of Hurricane Katrina sounds like the stuff of a Stephen Spielberg adventure flick. But until the film is made, Zeitoun by Dave Eggers is a Pulitzer-worthy read that will jar and haunt you.

    The book highlights the case of Abdrrahman Zeitoun, a successful Syrian builder and businessman who has called New Orleans home for over two decades. As his wife, Kathy, and their four children leave to a relative's home before the hurricane, begging him to come along, Zeitoun decides to stay back to assist the stranded, as well as to protect his home and the property of his clients from looters. Traveling on his canoe through the flooded city, he helps neighbors and feeds abandoned animals by day and sleeps in a tent on the roof of his home by night.

    But Zeitoun is quickly transformed from hero to villain once a mandatory evacuation order is issued for New Orleans. He is arrested on charges of theft by a mishmash of local and federal law enforcement officers. Thrown into a Guantanamo-style prison of open air cages at what was once a city bus station, he is stunned when called "Al-Qaeda" and "Taliban" by some of the guards. His crime is not only that he was at the wrong place, at the wrong time, like many other New Orleans residents who chose to stay during Katrina. His mistake is doing so while being an Arab Muslim.

    Eggers exposes the injustice of the city's makeshift criminal justice system in the wake of the disaster. With straightforward, understated narrative, he allows readers to feel rage and disgust on their own terms at the wrongful arrest and treatment of an innocent man trying to do the right thing in the strangest of circumstances.

    Being strip searched, pepper sprayed, denied medical care and even one phone call, which every arrested person has a right to in the United States, breaks his spirit. His belief that his adopted country, which he always thought would maintain its purported ideal of "innocent until proven guilty" and a commitment to the rule of law, is shaken to the core.

    Yet, through his faith and strength of character, Zeitoun gets through it all, broken, but not beaten.

    Dave Eggers has crafted a riveting true tale of injustice, incompetence, but even more important, resilience in the face of the most unusual and unbelievable of circumstances.