Right wing publishing welfare waning
Right-wing publishers worry about future
The conservative works on display at BookExpo America, which ended Sunday, could be seen as a tribute to the diversity of right-wing publishing and the movement in general. But, publishers say, they’re really a sign of an industry, and of a political movement, wondering what to do next.
Uh, how about go away and shut up?
Particuarly with upcoming titles such as these:
There were books advocating the public role of Christianity and the soundness of the free market, an attack on the liberal “elite” by Laura Ingraham and a memoir by Lynne Cheney, wife of the vice president.
What, no more blather from Hannity, Rush, and the rest of the inflated sales figures babies? Oh boo f’n hoo.