About the Author
C. Edmund Wright has been observing and commenting on the failures of the Republican Establishment since 1992, first dealing with them as part of the Bush Quayle Campaign Team. He has been warning about the most over rated political guru of all time, Karl Rove, since 2000. The disaster of the 2012 campaign, not to mention Rove’s comments since, have suddenly validated Wright’s long held contentions. He has been right all along. Ensconced firmly outside the Washington beltway, Wright draws on his experience in reality as a businessman, husband and father – as well as his sublimely singular way of explaining cause and effect, to make his points. Telling stories that are punctuated by a sharp sardonic sense of humor and irony, Wright’s specialty is weaving seemingly tangential issues into his main theme. Living in North Carolina with his wife and youngest child, he contributes to the American Thinker, ghost writes for some well known political and media figures, and works for Marketel Media among other business interests. His hope is that his books will inspire equal parts “finally someone said that”and “wow, never thought about it like that” responses.