Hired Hatred Reaches More Than 100 Readers
By Jason Jarvis
WASHINGTON, Nov. 15, 2004, 12:30 a.m. - Artist, journalist, radio host and now author Robert "Rob" Redding Jr.'s e-book Hired Hatred: Why politicians, political parties and the political prejudices they tout are mutually exclusive from good government has been read by more than 100 in less than 90 days, according to traffic auditor Urchin.
Urchin indicates 111 people have read Hired Hatred - Redding's first book - since being posted in late August.
"That is significant for an e-book that has not been widely promoted and has not one review from a publication," Redding said of his non-political manifesto.
Redding said Hired Hatred is an explosive indictment of how political parties are corrupting the policy making process.
In Hired Hatred, Redding explains why political prejudice, advanced by political parties and the media, is worse than racism and is undermining America's democracy. Redding also suggest that radical steps, like not voting, should be used to rid America of political parties and foment change in the media.
Redding's news program "The News Review" is syndicated in all 50 states. He runs ReddingNewsReview.com, an online breaking news Web site, which sends more than 35,000 people across the web daily.
He is also an abstract painter, whose work is currently on display in Washington D.C.
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