Yes, I will admit that Glen Beck's Mercury Ink has said it will publish the Jefferson LIes. But so far it has failed to do so.<quoted text>
Warren Throckmorton's website says Simon and Schuster is in partnership with Mercury Ink to distribute the book.
Are you calling Throckmorton a prevaricator?
Do you recall what publishing house accepted and published Throckmorton's book refuting Barton, "Getting Jefferson Right"??
Barton's book is a best-seller. Do you know how many of Throckmorton's have been sold?
Ran across a couple of reviews of Throckmorton's "Getting Jefferson Right" on Amazon's customer reviews:
"Author spends entirely to much time and effort to criticize someone else's work. After these criticicisms the author makes grand statements followed by a diatribe filled with unrelated events and little to no credible evidence of their remark. It is clear that this author was more interested in smearing the reputation of another person rather than presenting a fact based historical narative."
"I read this book and David Bartons book The Jefferson Lies.. I found Mr. Bartons book to be far more accurate and informative.
Did a little research on both men, appears to me Mr. Throckmorton has a very intense personal dislike toward Barton, however Barton doesn't seem to return that same dislike to Throckmorton.
I used google books to read the original writings of Jefferson, seems to me Barton gives a far more accurate account of Jefferson."
And really, Buck. Glen Beck??? And you think this makes the Jefferson Lies credible???
Glen Beck is a loon. Certifiable.
I was unaware of any link between Mercury Ink and Simon and Schuster. Apologies.
However, it is still rather disingenuous to claim that Simon and Schuster is the publisher when it is actually Mercury Ink that is the publisher with Simon and Schuster as a partner. It is an attempt to claim respectability that just isn't there. Just one more prevarication by Barton.
Thank you Buck for pointing out one more area where Barton has been less than honest.