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Barnes and Noble to host book signing of conservative author, radio host Doyle

Jerry Doyle, independent conservative radio host and author of “Have You Seen My Country Lately?: America’s Wake-Up Call” will signs copies of his book at Barnes and Noble in Fayetteville Monday, Jan. 11

The book signing begins at 1 p.m. but registration starts at noon. Participants should buy their book in advance.

Doyle is the host of the nationally syndicated radio program The Jerry Doyle Show and a regular contributor on Fox News, CNBC, and CNN. In addition to his varied career as a television star (Babylon 5), voice-over, actor, pilot, congressional nominee, and stockbroker, he is the past president of the Easter Seals Society and board member of trustees for Children’s Hospital.

“In keeping with his no-holds-barred on-air style, conservative radio talk show host Jerry Doyle has the guts to ask the tough questions,” according to a synopsis on the book jacket.

“Why is our financial system failing, and what can we do about it? If President Barack Obama purports to mirror JFK, how come his policies are virtually the opposite of Kennedy’s? Why are we teaching our children to strive for mediocrity with organized sports and games in which no one is allowed to win or lose? Will American capitalism survive Obama?”

Barnes and Noble is located in the Uptown Square shopping center on Ga. Highway 85 north across from the Fayette Pavilion.

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