From the Inside Flap
How to Win Everywhere Warning: this is the book the Democrats don¹t want you to read.
Painting the Map Red is the insider¹s blueprint for achieving a permanent Republican majority.
Bestselling author, political strategist, and nationally syndicated radio host Hugh Hewitt shows you how conservatives can take down the Democrats, expose their liberal extremism, and reignite the Reagan Revolution.
Calling on his own extensive experienceand on the savvy political minds of Mark Steyn, Fred Barnes, Michael Barone, and others in exclusive interviewsHewitt reveals: The Five Key Messages and Four Crucial Steps to a permanent Republican majority How big is too big? Which senator deserves to get pushed out of the Republican big tent The next generation of liberal Democratsif you thought Ted Kennedy was bad, wait till you see the party of Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, and Howard Dean How extremist groupsespecially on the Internetare driving the Democrats¹ agenda Why the Democrats¹ assault on religion is just ramping up How Republicans can retake the courts and end Democrat obstruction How the Democrats¹ alliance with liberal mainstream media can be turned against them both Where we go from here: coming up with the right candidate after Bush
In politics, as in war, it pays to play offense, and Hugh Hewitt knows how the GOP can fight and wincoast to coast.
Want another Reagan Revolution? Here¹s how. It¹s time to finish Painting the Map Red.
About the Author
Hugh Hewitt is the host of a nationally syndicated radio show heard in more than seventy cities nationwide. He is also a professor of law at Chapman University Law School, where he teaches constitutional law. A former aide to Richard Nixon and a Reagan administration appointee, he is the author of six books, including Blog: Understanding the Information Reformation That¹s Changing Your World and the New York Times bestseller If It¹s Not Close, They Can¹t Cheat. Hewitt has won three Emmys during his decade of work as co-host of the PBS Los Angeles affiliate KCET¹s nightly news and public affairs show Life & Times. He is a weekly columnist for the online edition of the Weekly Standard. You can read more from Hugh on his blog at hughhewitt.com.