Dubs Goes to Washington: And Discovers the Greatness of America (Paperback)
About the Author
Dick & Eileen have been married for thirty-four years. Together, they have written nine New York Times best sellers, including #1 Catastrophe, Off With Their Heads, Outrage, 2010: Take Back America, Rewriting History, Hillary v. Condi, Because He Could, and Revolt! Dick's Behind the Oval Office was also an NYT bestseller. One of the most prominent American political consultants, Dick Morris is well known for his probing, insightful, hard-hitting and clear commentary on FoxNews. Dick and Eileen write daily columns on US politics for their website dickmorris.com and have been columnists for the New York Post and contributors to National Review and many other publications. Dick writes a weekly column for The Hill. Recently, Dick began daily video commentary and a Saturday history lesson on dickmorris.com. Morris first came to national attention by providing the strategy for Bill Clinton's stunning comeback re-election victory in 1996, rescuing his presidency after he lost Congress in 1994. Called "the most influential private citizen in America" by Time Magazine, Morris steered Clinton back to the center and was key in the Administration initiatives that balanced the budget, cut taxes, and reformed welfare. Morris also handled winning campaigns for more than thirty Senators and Governors. Globally, he has piloted campaigns for president or prime minister of Mexico, Colombia, Argentina, Uruguay, Kenya, Hungary, Poland, Taiwan, and Japan. Eileen is a lawyer and the CEO of dickmorris.com. Clayton Liotta is an illustrator, cartoonist, and film maker with quite a background. As a boy, a band of gypsies found him living under a squashed cabbage leaf. They whisked him away, and made him part of their roving caravan, where he learned the ancient art of broom making. He spent countless hours weaving straw into brooms and listening to stories told by tribal elders. Sitting around the campfire, Clayton was fascinated by the gypsies' ancient tales. Soon, he found himself sketching in the dirt with leftover pieces of straw. Once they saw his interpretive drawings, the gypsies realized that they should preserve their unique stories on paper- along with Clayton's sketches. An illustrator was born. Until now, Clayton's work was known only in gypsy caravans. (And how many gypsy caravans do you see these days ) Clayton has since left the simple gypsy lifestyle for bright lights, big cities, cheeseburgers, fries, and cable TV.....Where he lives quietly!