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Adventures in Warnerland Paperback – December 30, 2005

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"He gives voice to those souls weary from wandering in the political wilderness." --Barnie Day, Democratic strategist, columnist, author

"Steve's book should be required reading for every oppo-research effort, Democratic and Republican between now and 2008." --Norman Leahy, author of onemanstrash.blogspot.com

About the Author

Steven Sisson, a conservative "Blue Dog" Democrat, has attended the prestigious U.S. Naval School of Photography and Photojournalism. In the past, he has written a monthly column for the Common Ground organization's newspaper about issues dealing with peace, justice and the environment. But Steve's fiscal views and thoughts are slightly "right of center" with his own party philosophy. In the past, Steven Sisson has been involved with numerous political organizations, campaigns and committees. He was the 2003 Democratic candidate for state senate in the 24th District. Sisson is the former Rockingham County Planning Commission chairman and represented District V as a commissioner. He is also an alum of the Sorensen Institute for Political Leadership at the University of Virginia. He resides on the corner of his in-laws farm near the Town of Elkton, with his wife Anne and children.

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