Sean Hannity says he ‘dug in his heels’ with newest book
Sean Hannity. Shy, retiring, voice barely heard above a jackhammer, he’s written a book — “Live Free or Die: America (and the World) on the Brink.” It’s Simon & Schuster, No. 1 on Amazon, has been promoted everywhere but on a foggy windshield — and they’ve already heard about it even in the Congo. Took a year to write.
“My first book in 10 years. I’ve been right on all the stuff, like about that Russia bulls–t and Deep State. I’m fed up with people who are craven. Some in media are full of s–t with their conspiracy theories. Once Trump’s done, CNN also has to be done.
“This is my country. I’m from Long Island. I lived 16 years away because of jobs but New York’s my town. Even worked for Newt Gingrich, whom I’d met at the Holiday Inn in Alabama. Then October ’96, Roger Ailes called me to do Fox.
“I met Donald when he came on a radio show 25 years ago. An unusual political figure, he won’t poll well, but there’s people in his corner that you don’t hear about. They’ll camp out, tailgate, for him.
“It’s do or die. Everything’s hanging in the balance. With a win, he bides his time. Who thought Biden would line up with AOC and go extreme radical left?
“Young people find socialism attractive because all is free. They destroy everything. Cities are no longer secure. They don’t give a s–t if we become Venezuela. Or care there’s never been another country that had more power and advanced it to improve the human condition. They don’t care about real promises or that there is no answer to freedom and liberty. And no answer to capitalism. I could have retired forever ago. Why stop? What the f–k is vacation?
“These kids better get their act together. Freedom is one generation away from destruction. This is what it means to drain the swamp. They are the swamp.
“I have two tough kids. A son and daughter, 19 and 21. They don’t care what liberal socialists say. And Trump doesn’t care.
“With this book I dug in my heels. We can lose this country, but not on my watch. I’m going to fight.” Sean and I spoke yesterday. I hung up. He’s still talking.
It sure is lonely at the top
August issue. Quest magazine. Published by Meigher Communications. Page 127 lists the magazine’s “400 Who’s Who of New York Society.” The list runs many pages, alphabetical. Classy rich types such as Tory Burch, Mrs. Anthony Duke (Luly), Diane Sawyer. Me, I’m No. 4. How did I get to be No. 4? I don’t even have a subscription. I guess it’s because my last name begins with “A.” I’m rushing right now to grab a subscription. Maybe next year I could soar to a 3.
Into the Fyre
In 2017, many tickets were sold to a Bahamas Fyre Festival. Round-trip flights from Miami, VIP entertainment, backstage access, etc. But this Greatest Party to Happen — fake, disorganized, doomed, fraudulent — didn’t happen. Nobody got refunded. Organizer Billy McFarland got six years in jail for wire fraud. Imprisoned in Ohio, he tested positive for the coronavirus last month. McFarland’s merchandise, 126 lots, went up for a US Marshal online auction: $500 sweatshirts, tees, hats, sweatpants, tchotchkes. During recreation breaks, where baby-sat cons can surf the Internet, he is monitoring all of this from the can.
Just a tidbit
By the way, anybody know where the name “Dixie” came from?
Probably not from Jeremiah Dixon, the whoeverhewas who helped draw the Mason-Dixon line. Its origin may lie in banknotes issued by Citizens Bank of New Orleans.
That is, up until the Civil War. The $10 bill bore the French word “dix” and became known as dixies. New Orleans was “dixie-land.” The name applied first to Louisiana, then to the whole South.
You’re welcome. Such wisdom only goes to prove why I might even rise to No. 2.
You’re the only g-g-g-guy that I adore
And when the m-m-m-moon shines
Over the cowsheds
You’ll be waiting at the k-k-k-kitchen door
Only in America, kids, Only in America.
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