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Plain Talk and Common Sense From the Black Avenger (Paperback)

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A compelling, provocative look at the issues that have Americans talking and debating, from one of America's most controversial and popular talk-radio hosts.

Ken Hamblin is one of the most popular radio talk-show hosts in America, with a daily audience of millions. He is also a prolific writer: His column appeared in The Denver Post and is nationally syndicated. In Plain Talk and Common Sense from the Black Avenger, Hamblin has collected his best pieces. From personalities like Bill Clinton, O.J. Simpson, and Monica Lewinsky to issues like affirmative action, gun control, crime, and capital punishment, Hamblin, author of Pick a Better Country, brings his unique, clear-eyed logic, and at times firebrand vision to the problems and situations that arise on our landscape.

Whether he is speculating on how feminism might have created a Monica Lewinsky or taking unusual stances against most conservative thinkers' views, what Hamblin brings out most poignantly is a brash belief in America—a patriot's belief that the dream is alive and well, though at times under assault from both ends of the spectrum.

About the Author

Ken Hamblin is a nationally syndicated radio talk-show host and newspaper columnist whose columns appear in The Denver Post and through the New York Times Syndicate. He was an award-winning photographer for the Detroit Free Press before turning to radio in the 1970s. He now is heard in over a hundred cities and has a daily audience in the millions. Mr. Hamblin is an avid motorcyclist, a licensed pilot, and a certified scuba diver. Born in Brooklyn, New York, he spent many years of his professional life in Detroit and now lives with his wife in Colorado. He is also the author of Pick a Better Country.
Product Details
ISBN: 9780684865560
ISBN-10: 0684865564
Publisher: Free Press
Publication Date: July 12th, 2000
Pages: 288
Language: English