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  • No one is reading Hillary Clinton's new book: Sales tumble by more than 40 percent in second week

    From a disappointing launch to tumbling book sales, it doesn't look like anyone is interested in reading former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's new book, Hard Choices.

  • Barnes & Noble to separate retail, Nook Media

    NEW YORK (AP) — Barnes & Noble hopes to survive by splitting in two. The largest U.S. brick-and-mortar bookseller, beset by tough competition from online retailers like Amazon and discount stores like Wal-Mart, said Wednesday that it plans to split off its Nook e-reader division as it looks...

  • Dinesh D'Souza's 'America' banished from New York Times best seller list

    The New York Times bestseller list hasn't waited a millisecond to put Hillary Clinton's book atop its influential chart after just a week of sales, but has totally ignored another top-10 hardcover from noted conservative and critic of President Obama, Dinesh D'Souza.

  • Hillary Clinton's first week of book sales versus Sarah Palin's is not even close

    Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton continues to tour the nation, promoting her new book, Hard Choices, and a possible 2016 candidacy. Her book tour, filled with gaffes and missteps, has lagged and perhaps failed to live up to expectations. But that's not all. Her book, when compared to...

  • Hillary Clinton really, really wants to sell you her book

    Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is currently on a national tour to promote her new book, Hard Choices.

  • Andy McCarthy's 'Faithless Execution' about building a case to impeach Obama

    My good friend Andy McCarthy has another book out, Faithless Execution, which couldn't be timelier in view of the deplorable state of current events in America. Though I have been a consistent critic of President Obama's -- decrying his lawlessness and his disastrous and destructive policies...

  • Back on the campaign trail, sort of, Hillary Clinton dusts off the cobwebs

    Hillary Clinton returned to a campaign trail-like environment this week after a six-year offseason, and a little out of shape. As she has rolled out her new memoir, Hard Choices, Clinton has demonstrated the persistent strength of her fan base and her political brand. But the tour, which began...

  • Amazon throwing the book at publishers

    There is lurking in the land a very treacherous threat to American freedoms, and only a handful of citizens seem to care. Perhaps I should say that only a handful of citizens are willing to make bold their concern. For the threat is camouflaged in the garb of "high-tech gadgetry" and the promise...

  • Hillary Clinton clarifies 'dead broke' comment: I understand the struggle of the working class

    After being hammered for being out-of-touch, and accused of making her first 2016 campaign gaffe, Hillary Clinton decided Tuesday to clarify her complaint that she and former President Bill Clinton were "dead broke" when they vacated the White House in 2001 and struggled to pay mortgages on...

  • Who would Hillary Clinton bomb?

    Judging by the early reviews, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's new memoir, "Hard Choices," is a cautious, poll-tested tome, drafted with an eye toward 2016. But she says at least one interesting thing in the book. On her 2002 vote to authorize the Iraq War, Secretary Clinton...

  • So there's an error in Hillary Clinton's new book

    Just hours after former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton made headlines Monday for claiming that her family was "dead broke" when it left the White House in 2001, CNN's Jake Tapper flagged a factual error in her new book, "Hard Choices." Clinton wrote that during the 2012 terrorist attack on...

  • Publisher: Children will get inspiration from Hillary Clinton's 'Hard Choices'

    Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's publisher is encouraging children to read her latest memoir, “Hard Choices,” for inspiration.



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