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TJ Walker is the managing editor and founder of the Daily National. Walker is a news analyst who has appeared thousands of times on major national, international and local news programs as an analyst and commentator. Currently, Walker is also a regular commentator seen on the Reuters Insider Network and is a blogger for Forbes. Walker is the author of five books, including the USA Today #1 Bestselling “TJ Walker’s Secret to Foolproof Presentations.” (Also a Wall Street Journal and Business Week Bestseller) Walker, a favorite of talk show bookers throughout the U.S., set the Guinness Book of World Records in 2009 for most talk show appearances ever in a 24 hour period. In addition to being a prolific author, blogger, and commentator, Walker is a communications coach who speaks and trains around the globe. He has personally trained Presidents of countries, Prime Ministers, Nobel Peace Prize winners, US Senators, Members of Parliament, and professional athletes. Walker is also know around the world as a judge and presentation coach to international beauty pageants including Miss Universe, Miss Serbia, and Miss Russia. As a political and communications expert, Walker is a frequent TV news analyst seen on most major news channels and programs including CBS News Sunday Morning, NBC’s Today Show, Comedy Central’s Daily Show, CBS Early Show, CNN, HLN, Fox News Channel, MSNBC, Bloomberg TV, True TV, Russia Television, Croatian TV, and Saudi Arabia TV.
Is Mitt Romney Too Smart for the Republican Base?
A lot has been written about Mitt Romney's flip flopping on important philosophical and public policy issues, but does he have a greater problem with the GOP electorate? Perhaps Romney appears too smart, as in the intellectual variety.
Monday, December 5, 2011
Newt Gingrich for President! -- The Liberal Democratic Perspective
As an embodiment of everything wrong with Conservatism, Newt is stunningly perfect. That is why I am urging all Democrats and independents in Iowa, New Hampshire and early primary states to quickly register as Republicans so we can "help" the GOP nominate a candidate of historic proportion.