How We Really Lost The Election…
It seems that many of us in the Democratic Party assumed that we had won the culture wars, that liberal values have already triumphed, and that the nation was marching arm-in-arm toward the end of gender discrimination, of racial violence, of income inequality, and of discrimination against all minorities. Many liberals are crying into our […]Read more
American Voters Are Not Stupid
Deafening Silence The American voter is not stupid, contrary to what many of my fellow liberals are posting on social media. The voters know that ISIS is Islamic, and that the two towers were destroyed by Muslim terrorists, and that terrorist acts in Nice, Nairobi, Paris, Baghdad, Orlando, Brussels, Kabul, Manchester, and London were directed […]Read more
Join: The March For Non-Fiction !
Washington, DC (Dissociated Press) May 27, 2017 Organizers, including Bob Woodward, Kevin Spacey, Antonia Fraser, Ken Burns, Lauren Hillenbrand, Stephen King, Doris Kearns Goodwin, Richard Dawkins, and others announced today, plans for a “March For Non-Fiction” in Washington, DC on June 17, 2017. Flanked by dozens of other biographers, reporters, documentarians, historians, and writers of […]Read more
Patriarchy, Equality, or Women in Charge?
That day is coming. Get ready. Be nice. Read it all at the Medium News. (excerpt) Robert Sapolsky reported an interesting study of our primate cousins, the baboons, in 1990, in Scientific American. Apparently, the alpha male baboons died off in a troop in which the hierarchy was typically fiercely enforced. In fact, it happened […]Read more
Gerald Weaver, author, hosts Women’s March Participants.
The author of “The First First Gentleman” and “Gospel Prism” was proud to house twenty participants in the Women’s March on Washington, and to feed forty more on Saturday evening, after the March. It was an historic weekend of camaraderie and freedom. And every picture below tells a story. https://www.facebook.com/thefirstfirstgentlemanbook/posts/1662591510708397?notif_t=scheduled_post_published¬if_id=1485259144021185Read more
Free Kindle Version of “The First First Gentleman,” by Gerald Weaver
Beginning today, 15 November, and for the next five days, until 20 November, you may download the Kindle version of “The First First Gentleman,” for free, at Amazon. “Throughout the story of Melinda Sherman’s campaign to become the next President of the United States, it’s hard not to keep current events in mind. Gerald Weaver’s […]Read more
Gerald Weaver – WNET-TV 13, NYC – The First First Gentleman.
On WNET-TV 13, in NYC, author Gerald Weaver discusses “The First First Gentleman,” tonight at 8:30 PM. Podcast here: http://www.thirteen.org/metrofocus/2016/11/bill-clinton-first-first-gentleman/Read more
Fifty Shades of Orange
He’s so overbearing. He runs his hand through his unruly hair. He looks frustrated, angry. What is his problem? Apart from this silly girl standing appreciatively in front of him. My subconscious is figuratively tutting and glaring at me, over her half-moon specs. My heart rate has picked up. My medulla oblongata forgets to fire […]Read more
The First First Gentleman (by Gerald Weaver) Book Launch Party
On 15 September 2016, the US book launch party was held for The First First Gentleman, at the home of Polly Draper and Michael Wolff. Many interesting people were in attendance. You may read about it here, on Facebook. The event involved readings by Mark Linn-Baker and Polly Draper, with an introduction by the author, […]Read more
Why Donald Trump Succeeds – by Gerald Weaver
Read here, in the Big Issue magazine, why some voters find Donald Trump’s message so refreshing. The author of The First First Gentleman shows why and how this could have been predicted, and how the media had created the atmosphere that permitted his success. Politics is an emasculating profession. All politicians were cautious and prepackaged, […]Read more