From George Washington to Donald Trump
Scandals That Rocked the Nation
Arrives October 22, 2019
Barnes & Noble: https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/books/1130887112
Since America’s founding, the nation’s capital has experienced more than its share of scandals; thankfully, Washington Babylon explores some of the dirtiest secrets that have occurred throughout US history. Some are from the earliest days of America’s founding and include the most famous people in history, like George Washington. Others are still fresh in our minds, as the dust has not even settled. In between, US history is littered with scandals from nearly all walks of life that were the most talked-about stories at the time. Many past scandals remain infamous, such as Watergate, Chappaquiddick, and Abscam. Other scandals that were once the biggest stories of the day have faded into obscurity. Washington Babylon reveals new details in some scandals that were not known when the story first broke, offering a whole new perspective for discussion. This is the most comprehensive collection of American scandals that will educate, entertain, shock, and perhaps, even titillate the reader.
Veteran. Intelligence Officer. Weapons Inspector. Congressional Fellow. Lobbyist. Business Executive. Writer. Radio Personality. Television Host. Award-winning Journalist.
In more than 40 years, Mark Hyman has served around the globe in a variety of capacities. He has performed activities that other journalists only talk about.
Mark heads Inside Your World Investigates, the national investigative team for Sinclair television stations. The U.S. is the beat and the deadline is now. Stay tuned for in-depth investigative reports on topics affecting nearly everyone.
He also hosts and serves as moderator for the award-winning Your Voice Your Future televised town hall series appearing in Portland, Oregon to Portland, Maine and dozens of cities in-between, from border to border and coast-to-coast.
Mark previously hosted the commentary program Behind the Headlines with Mark Hyman, appearing on dozens of television stations nationally with a weekly audience in excess of 10 million viewers.
He was the host of The Point with Mark Hyman, an award-winning commentary television program that took him across the country and to locations abroad, including reporting from the war zone in Iraq.
He is a contributor to The Washington Times, Washington Examiner, American Spectator, Human Events and other periodicals. He manages the government-accountability website Gov't Run Amuck.
Mark served in the Army before attending the U.S. Naval Academy, graduating in 1981. He served as a naval officer on ships assigned to the east and west coasts and he served in Europe. He has conducted worldwide travel with extensive time spent in the Middle East.
Following active duty, he worked as a civilian with the Office of Naval Intelligence and with the U.S. On-Site Inspection Agency as a disarmament treaty weapons inspector in former Warsaw Pact countries and the former Soviet Union. He retired as a Captain in the Navy Reserve. His leadership positions included CIA’s National Warning Staff, Defense Intelligence Agency, National Reconnaissance Office, Naval Space Command, Naval Networks and Space Operations Command, Naval Intelligence and the National Security Agency. He retired with 35 years of total military service.
In 1995, he attended the Johns Hopkins University on an American Political Science Association Congressional Fellowship and worked in the U.S. House of Representatives. He joined Sinclair in 1997 as a corporate executive and assumed the duties of news commentator in 2001. He stepped-down as an executive in 2005.
He has appeared on network and cable television news programs, on nationally-syndicated and local radio programs, and has been interviewed for numerous national publications. He is a frequent public speaker on college campuses, before community organizations, at numerous conventions, and he has testified before Congress.
The military organizations in which he has served have been awarded four CIA National Intelligence Meritorious Unit Commendations during his service, and he has been awarded the Navy Meritorious Civilian Service Award and several Navy and Joint military awards.
Mark was selected as an International Who’s Who of Professionals for 1998 and 2001 and Who’s Who for 2001 and 2002. He was named Best Local TV Personality for Baltimore in 2003. In 2011, he was named a "Top Influencer" in Maryland politics by Campaign & Elections magazine.
Mark has received an Emmy, three Associated Press awards, a New York State Broadcasters Excellence in Broadcasting Award, Oregon Association of Broadcasters Excellence in Broadcasting Award, Maine Association of Broadcasters Excellence in Broadcasting Award, thirteen Telly Awards for Excellence in Broadcasting and six Aurora Awards for Excellence in the category of Social Issues and Documentary, including two Platinum Best in Show awards. He is active in several national and local charity organizations.
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