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12 April 2006

Chanticleer Veterans Write Book

Robert Stacy McCain of the Washington Times and Lynn Vincent of World Magazine, both of whom worked at the Chanticleer during their student years at Jacksonville State University, have co-authored "Donkey Cons: Sex, Crime, and Corruption in the Democratic Party," which was released in March by Nelson Current.

According to the publisher's press release, Vincent and McCain "reveal the truth about the 'culture of corruption.'" The book is described as a history of political scandal.

Vincent covers current events, culture, and politics. She has covered political topics "ranging from the liberal hijacking of California to judicial obstructionism to the historic ouster of Golden State Governor Gray Davis." Her third book, "Same Kind of Different as Me" (W Publishing), will be released in June 2006. A U.S. Navy Veteran, she lives with her husband, Danny, and their two sons in San Diego, where she frequents Little League baseball games and votes Republican.

McCain is a twenty-year veteran of the newspaper business. An assistant national editor at the Washington Times, he has also written for such publications as The American Conservative, Chronicles, and New York Press. McCain has reported on a wide range of national news since joining the Times in 1997, ranging from gun control to immigration to gay rights, and on such prominent figures as Peter Jennings, Jane Fonda, and Margaret Thatcher. In 1995, he was awarded the George Washington Medal by the Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge. A native of Georgia, he lives in Maryland with his wife, Lou Ann, and their six children.

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