(Editor’s note: Major thank you to our friend, Assemblyman Tim Donnelly for this amazingly great review, which he sent to his entire e-mail list! )
If you haven’t read, “What Women Really Want” by the now famous Politichick Trio—Ann-Marie Murrell, Morgan Brittany & Dr. Gina Loudon—you’re missing out on one of the most important political books of this decade! Even though I’ve been personal friends with all these amazingly talented women for several years, I couldn’t put the book down. I was blown away by the deeply personal stories they share, inviting you into their lives.
Not only do they take on the tough issues facing women today, they take turns debunking the lies that have been repeated so often, they’ve become the truth.
If you don’t believe me, look for yourself at the rave reviews they are receiving on Amazon giving you great insight into what has driven What Women Really Want to the top of Amazon’s list of women in politics.
It doesn’t matter if you are a man or a woman, young or old, Republican or Democrat, if you love America, you will love this book! It is a quick read because it is so well written, but I warn you, it will have a profound impact on you.
Ann-Marie provides a unique perspective as a former Democrat turned Conservative after 9/11. You’ll cheer when she exposes the colossal lie—the so-called “War on Women”—for what it is, decimating what has become the tired narrative of the left.
Morgan Brittany–star of film & screen, best known for her role on the immensely popular television series, Dallas—takes you inside Hollywood, and exposes how the film industry went from celebrating America’s exceptionalism to actively undermining it. She’s paid a price for coming out in defense of our freedom, but she does it with grace and class that few possess, never counting the opportunities lost, only the friendships of patriots gained.
Dr. Gina Loudon’s story is one of personal courage, triumphing over forces that would decimate the ordinary person, but you get to see glimpses of a woman who is both sensitive to other’s pain, who is first into the fray to fight injustice, but who has paid a great personal price for standing up for what she believes. You will understand why she is so perceptive, and come to respect her for what it’s cost her to be able to help others.
You will cry then laugh, then want to join these brave freedom fighters in their gallant quest.
If you can’t make it in person, share it with friends, but whatever you do, order a copy of “What Women Really Want” for yourself and buy an extra copy for a friend.