Created and compiled by Charles Krauthammer before his death, The Point of It All is an intimate collection of the influential columnist’s most important works. Spanning the personal, political and philosophical—including never-before-published speeches and a major new essay about the effect of today’s populist movements on the future of global democracy—this is the most profound book yet by the legendary writer and thinker.
For longtime readers and newcomers alike, The Point of It All is a timely and much needed demonstration of what it means to cut through the noise of petty politics with clarity, integrity and intellectual fortitude. Edited and with an introduction by the columnist’s son, Daniel Krauthammer, the book is a reminder of what made Charles Krauthammer the most celebrated American columnist and political thinker of his generation, a look at the man behind the words, and a lasting testament to his belief that anyone with an open and honest mind can grapple deeply with the most urgent questions in politics and life.
The Point of It All is the fourth studio album by American R&B and soul singer-songwriter Anthony Hamilton. It was released on December 16, 2008, by Arista Records in the United States. The album serves as a follow-up from his album Ain't Nobody Worryin' (2005). The album's production was handled by Hamilton himself along with Mark Batson, Kevin Wooten, Dre & Vidal, James "Big Jim" Wright and Salaam Remi, among others. The album debuted at number 12 on the US Billboard 200 and at number 3 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart, selling 133,000 copies in its first week of release, the highest sales week of his career. Upon its release, The Point of It All received generally positive reviews from most music critics, based on an aggregate score of 72/100 from Metacritic. As of May 2010, the album has sold over 519,000 copies in the United States and was certified gold in sales by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA)...
I purchased and downloaded this book recently for this iPad and for some reason the bookstore keeps telling me to purchase it. It no longer is in my library. Please advise. 15