Conservative Hero Senator Hawley Gets New Book Deal

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"Republican Sen. Josh Hawley of Missouri has a new reason to raise a clenched fist in the air: After much controversy, his book The Tyranny of Big Tech will be published. "We're proud to publish Mr. Hawley's book, which his original publisher has made more important than ever," Regnery President Thomas Spence, said in a column published in The Wall St. Journal. The book itself, The Tyranny of Big Tech, makes the argument that mega-tech companies, including Google, Facebook, Amazon, and Apple, wield too much market power and political influence. As a result, he says, these companies, are threatening America's republican form of government by quashing competition while raking in massive profits."

Speaking of mega-companies with large market power and raking in massive profits -- hopefully this book will rake in massive profits for the book's new distributor...and who is the book's new distributor?? Simon & Schuster....the same mega publishing company that quashed Hawley's initial book deal..... It's good to see Republicans onboard with antitrust laws again; but their desire to break up huge corporate conglomerates (that they once endorsed the creation of) is more self serving than anything done out of principal.....The fact that their ideas are less popular in the so-called "marketplace of ideas" is why they are so panicked by Twitter and other companies enforcing their TOS policies in a way that has them on the wrong side of it....

As someone once said; "Economic and political power is becoming too concentrated in the hands of distant monopolists. The stronger these companies become, the greater their stranglehold on regulators and legislators becomes via the political process" -- This is something most of us "progressives" have been saying for a while now.....and having that position had nothing to do with Twitter bans....Mega-tech companies aren't the only sector of the market that needs to be broken up -- let's see if these "Anti-Trust" conservatives have that same energy when it comes to big banks, big pharma and big agriculture.
 

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It is amusing that the OP thinks that there is an actual "marketplace of ideas".
 

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"Republican Sen. Josh Hawley of Missouri has a new reason to raise a clenched fist in the air: After much controversy, his book The Tyranny of Big Tech will be published. "We're proud to publish Mr. Hawley's book, which his original publisher has made more important than ever," Regnery President Thomas Spence, said in a column published in The Wall St. Journal. The book itself, The Tyranny of Big Tech, makes the argument that mega-tech companies, including Google, Facebook, Amazon, and Apple, wield too much market power and political influence. As a result, he says, these companies, are threatening America's republican form of government by quashing competition while raking in massive profits."

Speaking of mega-companies with large market power and raking in massive profits -- hopefully this book will rake in massive profits for the book's new distributor...and who is the book's new distributor?? Simon & Schuster....the same mega publishing company that quashed Hawley's initial book deal..... It's good to see Republicans onboard with antitrust laws again; but their desire to break up huge corporate conglomerates (that they once endorsed the creation of) is more self serving than anything done out of principal.....The fact that their ideas are less popular in the so-called "marketplace of ideas" is why they are so panicked by Twitter and other companies enforcing their TOS policies in a way that has them on the wrong side of it....

As someone once said; "Economic and political power is becoming too concentrated in the hands of distant monopolists. The stronger these companies become, the greater their stranglehold on regulators and legislators becomes via the political process" -- This is something most of us "progressives" have been saying for a while now.....and having that position had nothing to do with Twitter bans....Mega-tech companies aren't the only sector of the market that needs to be broken up -- let's see if these "Anti-Trust" conservatives have that same energy when it comes to big banks, big pharma and big agriculture.
Great to hear that he was able to find a publisher.

Just heard the publishing industry is ganging up on President Trump so that he cannot find anyone to publish his books.

The leftists are determined to cancel him 100%. (If I am not mistaken, even Hitler's book is allowed to be sold in Germany now. Maybe Americans in the next century will be able to read President Trump's book. At that time, many Americans will look back on his four years as the last good years of this country.)
 
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It is amusing that the OP thinks that there is an actual "marketplace of ideas".
There is.........unless all of these Dennis Prager, Candace Owens and Dave Rubin types were just lying whenever they talk about "the marketplace of ideas" -- usually right before they block someone on Twitter.....

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"Republican Sen. Josh Hawley of Missouri has a new reason to raise a clenched fist in the air: After much controversy, his book The Tyranny of Big Tech will be published. "We're proud to publish Mr. Hawley's book, which his original publisher has made more important than ever," Regnery President Thomas Spence, said in a column published in The Wall St. Journal. The book itself, The Tyranny of Big Tech, makes the argument that mega-tech companies, including Google, Facebook, Amazon, and Apple, wield too much market power and political influence. As a result, he says, these companies, are threatening America's republican form of government by quashing competition while raking in massive profits."

Speaking of mega-companies with large market power and raking in massive profits -- hopefully this book will rake in massive profits for the book's new distributor...and who is the book's new distributor?? Simon & Schuster....the same mega publishing company that quashed Hawley's initial book deal..... It's good to see Republicans onboard with antitrust laws again; but their desire to break up huge corporate conglomerates (that they once endorsed the creation of) is more self serving than anything done out of principal.....The fact that their ideas are less popular in the so-called "marketplace of ideas" is why they are so panicked by Twitter and other companies enforcing their TOS policies in a way that has them on the wrong side of it....

As someone once said; "Economic and political power is becoming too concentrated in the hands of distant monopolists. The stronger these companies become, the greater their stranglehold on regulators and legislators becomes via the political process" -- This is something most of us "progressives" have been saying for a while now.....and having that position had nothing to do with Twitter bans....Mega-tech companies aren't the only sector of the market that needs to be broken up -- let's see if these "Anti-Trust" conservatives have that same energy when it comes to big banks, big pharma and big agriculture.
Great to hear that he was able to find a publisher.

Just heard the publishing industry is ganging up on President Trump so that he cannot find anyone to publish his books.

The leftists are determined to cancel him 100%. (If I am not mistaken, even Hitler's book is allowed to be sold in Germany now. Maybe Americans in the next century will be able to read President Trump's book. At that time, many Americans will look back on his four years as the last good years of this country.)
I hear it will be a pop up book written in crayon
 

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"Republican Sen. Josh Hawley of Missouri has a new reason to raise a clenched fist in the air: After much controversy, his book The Tyranny of Big Tech will be published. "We're proud to publish Mr. Hawley's book, which his original publisher has made more important than ever," Regnery President Thomas Spence, said in a column published in The Wall St. Journal. The book itself, The Tyranny of Big Tech, makes the argument that mega-tech companies, including Google, Facebook, Amazon, and Apple, wield too much market power and political influence. As a result, he says, these companies, are threatening America's republican form of government by quashing competition while raking in massive profits."

Speaking of mega-companies with large market power and raking in massive profits -- hopefully this book will rake in massive profits for the book's new distributor...and who is the book's new distributor?? Simon & Schuster....the same mega publishing company that quashed Hawley's initial book deal..... It's good to see Republicans onboard with antitrust laws again; but their desire to break up huge corporate conglomerates (that they once endorsed the creation of) is more self serving than anything done out of principal.....The fact that their ideas are less popular in the so-called "marketplace of ideas" is why they are so panicked by Twitter and other companies enforcing their TOS policies in a way that has them on the wrong side of it....

As someone once said; "Economic and political power is becoming too concentrated in the hands of distant monopolists. The stronger these companies become, the greater their stranglehold on regulators and legislators becomes via the political process" -- This is something most of us "progressives" have been saying for a while now.....and having that position had nothing to do with Twitter bans....Mega-tech companies aren't the only sector of the market that needs to be broken up -- let's see if these "Anti-Trust" conservatives have that same energy when it comes to big banks, big pharma and big agriculture.
i knew it was just like the book burning done by the nazis. EXACTLY LIKE THAT
 
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"Republican Sen. Josh Hawley of Missouri has a new reason to raise a clenched fist in the air: After much controversy, his book The Tyranny of Big Tech will be published. "We're proud to publish Mr. Hawley's book, which his original publisher has made more important than ever," Regnery President Thomas Spence, said in a column published in The Wall St. Journal. The book itself, The Tyranny of Big Tech, makes the argument that mega-tech companies, including Google, Facebook, Amazon, and Apple, wield too much market power and political influence. As a result, he says, these companies, are threatening America's republican form of government by quashing competition while raking in massive profits."

Speaking of mega-companies with large market power and raking in massive profits -- hopefully this book will rake in massive profits for the book's new distributor...and who is the book's new distributor?? Simon & Schuster....the same mega publishing company that quashed Hawley's initial book deal..... It's good to see Republicans onboard with antitrust laws again; but their desire to break up huge corporate conglomerates (that they once endorsed the creation of) is more self serving than anything done out of principal.....The fact that their ideas are less popular in the so-called "marketplace of ideas" is why they are so panicked by Twitter and other companies enforcing their TOS policies in a way that has them on the wrong side of it....

As someone once said; "Economic and political power is becoming too concentrated in the hands of distant monopolists. The stronger these companies become, the greater their stranglehold on regulators and legislators becomes via the political process" -- This is something most of us "progressives" have been saying for a while now.....and having that position had nothing to do with Twitter bans....Mega-tech companies aren't the only sector of the market that needs to be broken up -- let's see if these "Anti-Trust" conservatives have that same energy when it comes to big banks, big pharma and big agriculture.
i knew it was just like the book burning done by the nazis. EXACTLY LIKE THAT
It's just funny that the same company who dropped his book deal will be the same company distributing his book....
 

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"Republican Sen. Josh Hawley of Missouri has a new reason to raise a clenched fist in the air: After much controversy, his book The Tyranny of Big Tech will be published. "We're proud to publish Mr. Hawley's book, which his original publisher has made more important than ever," Regnery President Thomas Spence, said in a column published in The Wall St. Journal. The book itself, The Tyranny of Big Tech, makes the argument that mega-tech companies, including Google, Facebook, Amazon, and Apple, wield too much market power and political influence. As a result, he says, these companies, are threatening America's republican form of government by quashing competition while raking in massive profits."

Speaking of mega-companies with large market power and raking in massive profits -- hopefully this book will rake in massive profits for the book's new distributor...and who is the book's new distributor?? Simon & Schuster....the same mega publishing company that quashed Hawley's initial book deal..... It's good to see Republicans onboard with antitrust laws again; but their desire to break up huge corporate conglomerates (that they once endorsed the creation of) is more self serving than anything done out of principal.....The fact that their ideas are less popular in the so-called "marketplace of ideas" is why they are so panicked by Twitter and other companies enforcing their TOS policies in a way that has them on the wrong side of it....

As someone once said; "Economic and political power is becoming too concentrated in the hands of distant monopolists. The stronger these companies become, the greater their stranglehold on regulators and legislators becomes via the political process" -- This is something most of us "progressives" have been saying for a while now.....and having that position had nothing to do with Twitter bans....Mega-tech companies aren't the only sector of the market that needs to be broken up -- let's see if these "Anti-Trust" conservatives have that same energy when it comes to big banks, big pharma and big agriculture.
i knew it was just like the book burning done by the nazis. EXACTLY LIKE THAT
It's just funny that the same company who dropped his book deal will be the same company distributing his book....
THAT'S WHAT THE NAZIS DID AS WELL.

THEY BURNED BOOKS BY TUCHOLSKY, KÄSTNER, MANN, AND REMARQUE ON OPERNPLATZ AND THEN SOLD NEWLY PRINTED BOOKS BY TUCHOLSKY, KÄSTNER, MANN, AND REMARQUE ON UNTER DEN LINDEN.


i learned the above on alternate history.
 

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It is amusing that the OP thinks that there is an actual "marketplace of ideas".
There is.........unless all of these Dennis Prager, Candace Owens and Dave Rubin types were just lying whenever they talk about "the marketplace of ideas" -- usually right before they block someone on Twitter.....

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You do realize that this 'marketplace of ideas' is being choked off and strangled by the left who will brook no thought that does not meet with their approval.

Just ask the Universities where free thought is free only if your progressive, or social media where your voice is silenced and the powers of government try to portray you as a 'cultist'. Or even the American media who dox people for voicing an opinion. Hell, they even destroy teenagers who smile nervously when confronted by a domestic terrorist on the steps of the Justice Department.

Yeah, a marketplace of ideas. It is being destroyed by the fascists and authoritarians on the left.
 

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