Let's Be Heard

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Simon and Schuster, 1997 - Fiction - 256 pages
This "New York Times" bestseller proved that before there was Rush Limbaugh, G. Gordon Liddy or Howard Stern, there was Bob Grant, the undisputed king of conservative talk radio. In "Let's Be Heard", Grant expounds on topics from "Slick Willie" Clinton to feminist "emasculators" and welfare swindlers.
 

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LET'S BE HEARD: The King of Conserative Talk Radio Speaks Out to America!

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As host of the eponymous Bob Grant Show, the author has spent decades espousing the controversial views that clutter this book. To wit: Drugs should be legalized but poisoned; illegal immigration is a ... Read full review

Contents

Ten Great Black American Heroes
17
Ten Great American Heroines
57
Why Nobody Loves Free Speech
65
Ten Conservatives We Can Live Without
89
The Sporting Life
96
Ten Liberals Worth Keeping Around
185
Reflections in a Cracked Mirror
191
Ten Things We Can Do to Keep America Great
235
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About the author (1997)

A graduate of the University of Illinois, Bob Grant began his career in radio at WOAK in Chicago. He has since worked at KABC in Los Angeles and at various stations in New York City. A controversial drive-time talk show host, Grant was fired from his top-ranked show on WABC following remarks concerning the plane crash of the late Commerce Secretary Ron Brown. He was immediately hired by competitor station WOR and was awarded, along with Alan Dershowitz and Michael Eisener, the National Association of Radio Talk Show Hosts 1996 Freedom of Speech Award. His book, Let's Be Heard (1996), is a collection of his viewpoints.

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