[Contains explicit content] Susie talks to new author Wendy E. Simmons who took the trip no one else had on their bucket list – North Korea. A lifetime of globetrotting did nothing to prepare her for the "Through the Looking Glass" experience of North Korea where a hostel will remark on the sunny weather as they are standing in the rain.
And, in "New on Audible", Ron Kovac's prequel to Born on the Fourth of July, is Hurricane Street. Back in the USA after a tour of Viet Nam, Kovac and other fellow veterans stage a hunger strike to improve conditions at VA hospitals, eviscerating the elites who would send the young off to war and hang them out to dry when they came home.
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