This just in from Pakistan’s The Nation (thanks to 101): My book The Politically Incorrect Guide to Islam (and the Crusades) is being “highlighted” by the Heritage Foundation, “which has considerable influence in the Bush Administration.”
Influential forces in America may be creating a climate of paranoia. The leading conservative think-tank in Washington, “Heritage Foundation”, which has considerable influence in the Bush Administration, highlights books like “The Politically Incorrect Guide to Islam”, which supposedly warns the West about “disturbing facts about Islam and its murderous hostility to the West”. It also maintains that the West cannot prevail without “pride in the superiority of Western Christian civilisation.”
Thanks. That’s the best news I’ve heard in awhile. Too bad it isn’t true. In real life, I have never had any contact, outside of a few casual conversations, with anyone at the Heritage Foundation, and I have no idea that they are “highlighting my book.” And certainly I think if they book were influential in the Bush Administration, Bush and Co. would be heeding my advice.
But George, Condi, Don (and anyone at Heritage), let me know if you’d like to see the book, and I’ll send you each a copy, gratis.