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The author is the owner and president of Winning Strategies, a full service political consulting firm in Michigan.  An award-winning book and movie critic for 20 years, he has been a regular columnist for national conservative publications since 2006. He is also the author of the critically acclaimed book, The Forest of Assassins, a novel based on the still classified true story of SEAL operations and the start of the Vietnam War.  His latest novel is China Bones, a romantic war story about a Marine in Shanghai from the Sino-Japanese war, through WWII and the fall of China to the Communists. Follow him on Twitter @davidforsmark

WRITTEN BY David Forsmark
Was it politics of compelling quarterback play that brought fans back?
The Fox News host angles to be the Al Sharpton of white, blue-collar middle America.
The creative interpretation of campaign finance laws could give the DOJ power to take down any candidate they do not like.
Once your palate begins to enjoy the sharp taste of hops, there is a whole other level of beer that awaits.
They may taste sharp to the uninitiated, but once your palate becomes accustomed, a normal beer tastes like water.
But he wasn’t the only one.