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Your Money or Your Life (Unabridged Chapter Selections) | [Neil Cavuto]

Your Money or Your Life (Unabridged Chapter Selections)

Covering one of the most tumultuous decades in memory, from the wild and chaotic Clinton years through the sobering challenges of the ongoing War on Terror, Cavuto's words offer a window into our America at its best and its worst.
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Publisher's Summary

As the host of Fox News Channel's Your World with Neil Cavuto and Cavuto on Business, Neil Cavuto reports on today's most influential newsmakers, from CEOs to politicians, getting behind the story by connecting with the men and women who made it. And he ends each show with his own personal commentaries, sometimes witty, often inspiring, and always incisive and thought-provoking. Now, Cavuto collects the best of these essays in one volume, on topics that range from business to family to civility in public life.

Among the essays:

  • "Where Were You on September 10, 2001?"...on remembering what America was like before 9/11
  • "We Are What We Eat"...on fast food, lawsuits, and personal responsibility
  • "Why I Don't Trust My Uncle Sam"...on how the surplus of the 1990s was bound to disappear
  • "Tony Soprano for Fed Chairman"...on what Alan Greenspan could learn from the mob
  • "Tips for Empty Nesters"...on how to cope when your kids leave you behind

    Covering one of the most tumultuous decades in memory, from the wild and chaotic Clinton years through the sobering challenges of the ongoing War on Terror, Cavuto's words offer a window into our America at its best and its worst.

    ©2005 Neil Cavuto; (P)2005 HarperCollins Publishers

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      "disappointing"

      I consider myself to be an independent and I thought this would be about financial topics, but it is a rant about how we should be willing to give up any freedom and stop criticising our government, and do whatever we are told to stop the evil terrorists. I couldn't even make it past the second chapter.

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      Timothy I. Morgenthaler 08-20-08 Member Since 2005
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      "Rehash"

      This was not at all what I expected. Basically, it is a rehash of old news casts, beginning shortly after 9/11. The insights were pedestrian, and I stopped listening to it after about 35 minutes of hoping it would get better.

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      kiwimec Jakarta, Indonesia 03-23-08
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      "Non US readers beware"

      Disappointing, dated drivel. I bought this because so many of David's articles I have read about personal finance are good - great in fact. So why the diatribe of an opening chapter about September 11? David's politcal views are US centric, unsophisticated, naive and unbearable to listen to.

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