Bestseller List is for week of June 9-15 2016
WASHINGTON, DC – With the Orlando terrorist attack this past week, the Mizzou and Yale University free speech controversies, and the candidacy of Donald Trump, the issue of political correctness has been a focal point in the national debate this past year. In Stacey Dash’s new book, There Goes My Social Life: From Clueless to Conservative, the “Clueless” movie star actress details how her support of Mitt Romney in 2012 nearly destroyed her professional career, and was subsequently blacklisted in Hollywood for being an outspoken conservative.
In her new bombshell book, Dash – an African-American, details how her life was turned upside down because of her criticism of Barack Obama and her controversial statements that Black History Month and the BET television station were perpetuating racism in America. Her outspoken comments received worldwide acclaim when she appeared at the Oscars 2016 ceremony and host Chris Rock introduced Dash on stage and jokingly referred to her as the Minority Outreach Director for the academy.
“Stacey Dash dared to speak out as a female and African-American that liberal policies are hurting our country and she was punished ruthlessly by the Hollywood elite,” said Christopher N. Malagisi, Editor in Chief of the Conservative Book Club. “Hasn’t political correctness hurt us enough, especially in light of the Orlando terrorist attack and the unwillingness of the Obama administration to call our enemy what it is – radical Islamic terrorism? Stacey’s courage to speak out and bust the traditional PC labels makes her a hero in the battle for free speech in America.”
New Release of the Week:
Foreign Agent: A Thriller (Scot Harvath Series)
By Brad Thor, Bestselling Novelist & National Security Expert (Fox News Contributor)
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