Whistleblower is the Book of the Week

I have been informed that my new book will be the Progressive Pick of the week on Truth-out.org.
It is an honor to be included with the likes of Naomi Klein, Gordon Lafer and Marc Lamont Hill to name a few.

A link to the book on the site will be posted here next week after the book is up on their site.

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