Mark Levin’s new book centered upon a clear mission

Behold: A new book by a longtime national talk radio host was ranked No. 1 on Amazon before it was even published. That would be “The Democrat Party Hates America” by Mark R. Levin, released Tuesday and centered upon a clear mission.

“In the first chapter, the author states that this book is not meant to be provocative. However, considering the strong influence of the Democrat Party in our society, it is likely to be seen as such. The author clarifies that the book is not targeted towards Democrat Party officials, politicians, media, followers, activists, and representatives.”

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The list of difficult problems faced by the country continues to grow, as does the assignment of responsibility.

“He writes that the Democratic Party is accountable for this and numerous other matters.”

The thorough writer also provides 51 pages of references to back up his numerous instances of how the previously mentioned political party harbors a strong aversion towards America.

Mr. Levin, by the way, is also a prolific writer. Among his nine published books, seven have reached No. 1 on the New York Times bestseller list.

The writer additionally presents a radio show that is broadcasted nationwide. They also host “Levin TV” on Blaze TV and “Life, Liberty and Levin” on Fox News. The book has been released by Threshold Editions, which is the conservative division of Simon & Schuster.

In the concluding chapter, the author cautions that if the Democrat Party prevails, it would mean the failure of the American experiment, which has been in existence for just 247 years.


Christopher DeMuth has been named a distinguished fellow at the B. Kenneth Simon Center for American Studies within The Heritage Foundation. This center focuses on applying America’s founding principles to address the current challenges faced by the nation, aiming to preserve these principles.

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Mr. DeMuthhas arrived at Heritage after leading policy initiatives at the Hudson Institute and serving as president of the American Enterprise Institute for more than two decades.

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He has a noteworthy heritage of his own, having served as administrator of the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs and executive director of the Presidential Task Force on Regulatory Relief during President Reagan’s first term — one of many significant professional callings.

Mr. DeMuth is currently chairman of the National Conservatism Conference, co-chairman of the Board of Visitors of the Federalist Society for Law and Public Policy Studies, a member of the boards of the Calvin Coolidge Presidential Fund and the AHA Foundation, and a distinguished senior fellow at the C. Boyden Gray Center for the Study of the Administrative State, Antonin Scalia Law School, George Mason University.


Please give a round of applause to the U.S. Coast Guard Academy, located in New London, Connecticut. It has been consistently ranked as the top regional college in the Northeast for the past nine years by reputable sources.

In a written statement, the school announced that it was once again ranked as the top public school in both the Top Public Schools Regional Colleges North and overall Regional Colleges North categories in the 2024 U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges publication. Additionally, the school received the second rank in the Most Innovative Schools, Regional Colleges North category, and secured the 12th position in the Best in Undergraduate Engineering Programs category.

The academy was ranked by The Princeton Review in their publication “The Best 389 Colleges 2024.” Additionally, it was featured on their list of “Best Regional Colleges.”


According to an analysis published by The Wall Street Journal titled “5:01 and Done; No One Wants to Schmooze After Work,” socializing in the workplace is no longer as prevalent as it used to be.

Reporter Anne Marie Chaker states that following the initial excitement of post-pandemic gatherings and obligatory office celebrations, numerous employees are now adopting a more rigid approach to their work schedules. Many workers in the United States are striving to establish clearer boundaries between their professional and personal lives, often resulting in them clocking out and declining invitations to socialize with colleagues. Corporate event organizers are experiencing resistance for upcoming autumn events and any work-related functions scheduled for weekends.

Ms. Chaker points out that the pandemic has changed the way people eat and drink. Additionally, the puppies that were adopted during the pandemic have now become adult dogs and need to be taken for walks according to a set schedule. Due to fewer individuals returning to offices, there are now fewer spontaneous social gatherings and less desire to stay out late with coworkers.


One-third of American adults consider the economy as the primary factor in determining their voting choice during a presidential election.

26% of respondents consider “preserving democracy” to be the most significant concern.

8% of respondents mention abortion, while another 8% mention health care.

8% of respondents mention immigration as a concern, while 5% mention racial inequality.

5% of respondents mention climate change, while 4% mention gun violence.

3% of individuals are uncertain or lack knowledge regarding their most significant concern.

Source: A Quinnipiac University poll of 1,908 U.S. adults conducted Sept. 7-11.

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