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  • God, Guns, & Rock 'n' Roll | Ted Nugent

    God, Guns, & Rock 'n' Roll

    • UNABRIDGED (6 hrs and 18 mins)
    • By Ted Nugent
    • Narrated By Scotty Drake
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    Rock-and-roll legend Ted Nugent contends that a lot of what is wrong with this country could be remedied by a simple but controversial concept: gun ownership. With humor and classic-rock attitude, Nugent lays down his prescription for what ails America: his "Warrior Code" training, highlighting the responsible exercising of our second-ammendment rights.

    Russell says: "A great education in gun safety, morals and Rock."
  • American History Now | Eric Foner,Lisa McGirr, American Historical Association

    American History Now

    • UNABRIDGED (17 hrs and 59 mins)
    • By Eric Foner, Lisa McGirr, American Historical Association
    • Narrated By Scotty Drake
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    The historians showcased in American History Now developed new approaches to scholarship to revise the prevailing interpretations of the chronological periods from the colonial era to the Reagan years. Covering the subfields of women's history, African American history, and immigration history, the book also considers the history of capitalism, Native American history, environmental history, religious history, cultural history, and the history of the United States in the world.

  • The Best Way to Rob a Bank Is to Own One: How Corporate Executives and Politicians Looted the S&L Industry | William K. Black

    The Best Way to Rob a Bank Is to Own One: How Corporate Executives and Politicians Looted the S&L Industry

    • UNABRIDGED (13 hrs and 48 mins)
    • By William K. Black
    • Narrated By Scotty Drake
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    In this expert insider's account of the savings and loan debacle of the 1980s, William Black lays bare the strategies that corrupt CEOs and CFOs - in collusion with those who have regulatory oversight of their industries - use to defraud companies for their personal gain.

    Phil O. says: "Bank frauds and their pet regulators, 1980s-2000s"
  • Dark Directions: Romero, Craven, Carpenter, and the Modern Horror Film | Kendall R. Phillips

    Dark Directions: Romero, Craven, Carpenter, and the Modern Horror Film

    • UNABRIDGED (7 hrs and 45 mins)
    • By Kendall R. Phillips
    • Narrated By Scotty Drake
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    A Nightmare on Elm Street. Halloween. Night of the Living Dead. These films have been indelibly stamped on moviegoers' psyches and are now considered seminal works of horror. Guiding readers along the twisted paths between audience, auteur, and cultural history, author Kendall R. Phillips reveals the macabre visions of these films' directors in Dark Directions: Romero, Craven, Carpenter, and the Modern Horror Film.

    Russell says: "Some decent analysis if you can stay awake"
  • Smart Ball: Marketing the Myth and Managing the Reality of Major League Baseball | Robert F. Lewis

    Smart Ball: Marketing the Myth and Managing the Reality of Major League Baseball

    • UNABRIDGED (6 hrs and 23 mins)
    • By Robert F. Lewis
    • Narrated By Scotty Drake
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    Smart Ball follows Major League Baseball's history as a sport, a domestic monopoly, a neocolonial power, and an international business. MLB's challenge has been to market its popular mythology as the national pastime with pastoral, populist roots while addressing the management challenges of competing with other sports and diversions in a burgeoning global economy. Baseball researcher Robert F. Lewis II argues that MLB for years abused its legal insulation and monopoly status.

    Sally Harrison-Pepper says: "Smart Book with an Unfortunate Narrator"
  • The Crossings | Jack Ketchum

    The Crossings

    • UNABRIDGED (2 hrs and 5 mins)
    • By Jack Ketchum
    • Narrated By Scotty Drake
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    It's the Arizona Territory. The year, 1848. The year the Mexican War ended. Fate and blazing pistols have just thrown together reporter and part-time drunk Marion T. Bell and the very nearly legendary John Charles Hart, mustanger and scout, in the Little Fanny Saloon. Plying the river-trade across the Colorado to the gold fields of California in the north, and war-torn Mexico to the south, the town of Gable's Ferry has sprung up overnight-lacking only a church, a schoolhouse and a jail.

    Jim "The Impatient" says: "Western/Horror"
  • Hurricanes of the Gulf of Mexico | Barry D. Keim,Robert A. Muller

    Hurricanes of the Gulf of Mexico

    • UNABRIDGED (5 hrs and 44 mins)
    • By Barry D. Keim, Robert A. Muller
    • Narrated By Scotty Drake
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    In this definitive guide, climatologists Barry D. Keim and Robert A. Muller examine the big picture of Gulf hurricanes - from the 1800s to the present and from Key West, Florida, to Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula - providing an extraordinary compilation and interpretation of the entire region's hurricane and tropical storm history. Drawing from their own research and from National Hurricane Center records, Keim and Muller examine numerous individual Gulf storms.

  • At Any Cost: How Al Gore Tried to Steal the Election | Bill Sammon

    At Any Cost: How Al Gore Tried to Steal the Election

    • UNABRIDGED (8 hrs and 15 mins)
    • By Bill Sammon
    • Narrated By Scotty Drake
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    Gore had known even before the first ballot of the 2000 election was recounted that this odds for success were slim. Oh, there was some genuine hope in the Gore camp, especially during those first heady hours, that a new tally would produce a new winner. But there was also a more realistic assessment of the situation. It bought them some time. One thing was certain: they couldn't wait until the conclusion of the recount, which would probably confirm Bush's win, to disabuse the press and public of the expectation of quick closure.

    Dave says: "Fascinating Account of the 2008 Election Debacle"
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