Grace Canceled: How Outrage Is Destroying Lives, Ending Debate, and Endangering Democracy
In Grace Canceled, popular talk radio host and political activist Dana Loesch confronts the Left's zero-tolerance, accept-no-apologies ethos with a powerful call for a return to core American principles of grace, redemption, justice, and empathy. Diving deep into recent cases where public and private figures were shamed, fired, or boycotted for social missteps, Loesch shows us how the politics of outrage is fueling the breakdown of the American community. How do we find common ground without compromising? Loesch urges readers to meet the face of fury with grace, highlighting inspiring examples like Congressman Dan Crenshaw's appearance on Saturday Night Live.
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About the Author
Dana Loesch, a relentless and fearless defender of the ideals and freedoms that made America great, is the top nationally syndicated female talk radio host in the country. Her program, The Dana Show, is aired coast to coast. A Christian, wife, mother, and dog-lover, she lives in Dallas with her husband, children, and dogs. Her previous books are Hands Off My Gun and Flyover Nation.
Pamela Almand, a former international 747 pilot for Delta Airlines, launched an unlikely second career after appearing in a national television spot for Tylenol in 1995. Several regional spots for Northwest Airlines followed, and she began narrating training and industry videos, built a professional recording studio, and launched the Captain's Voice. Since then, Pamela has provided voice-over for major corporate clients worldwide, including Microsoft, Disney, Canadian Realtors, the United Nations, Zurich, International Red Cross, and the hotels and casinos of Monte Carlo. She is a SAG/AFTRA voice actor and audiobook narrator with multiple awards and nominations from the Audio Publishers Association's Audie Awards, Society of Voice Arts and Sciences' Voice Arts Awards, and AudioFile magazine's Earphones Award. She lives in Atlantic Beach, Florida, with her husband, Amos.