“ISIS Exposed” Media Tour Kicks Off

The notion among some Western leaders and opinion shapers (including the current occupant of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue) that the rise of the global jihadist movement is little more than an overblown nuisance took another major blow this past weekend.

The leader of Boko Haram, the vicious Nigerian terrorist group that has made headlines in recent years for its ISIS-like displays of remorseless savagery, formally pledged allegiance to the Islamic State.

The unholy alliance of what are arguably the world’s two most bloodthirsty and vicious Islamic terror groups (no small feat) further expands ISIS’s caliphate from its stronghold in Syria and Iraq into northern Nigeria–joining its satellites in Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula, Libya and Algeria. Boko Haram’s chilling union with ISIS forms the backdrop for the release of my latest book, “ISIS Exposed: Beheadings, Slavery, and the Hellish Reality of Radical Islam.”

I’ll kick off the media tour for the book on Monday morning, March 9th on CBN’s 700 Club program (seen nationwide on the ABC Family Channel at 10 am and 11 pm EST). Later that night, I’ll discuss the book with Sean Hannity on his Fox News program (airing at 10 pm EST).

The following day, March 10th, I’ll be with Fox News’s Brian Kilmeade on his nationally syndicated radio show, “Kilmeade and Friends,” in the 10 am EST hour and with Dennis Prager on his nationally syndicated “Dennis Prager Show” in the 12 pm EST hour. I’ll also be appearing on Fox News’s “Your World with Neil Cavuto” in the 4 pm EST hour, and with Lou Dobbs on the Fox Business Network during the 7 pm EST hour.

Not a bad lineup to kick off the first two days of the tour! I then catch my breath long enough to appear with Dana Loesch on the “Dana” show on The Blaze TV on Wednesday, March 11th during the 6 pm EST hour.

More details to come on additional media appearances this week and next. In the meantime, the Pittsburgh-Tribune Review posted a very nice review of “ISIS Exposed” that you can read here.

As any author will tell you, writing a book is an absolute bear that requires sacrifice and long hours. But getting the chance to discuss ISIS for a large audience and sound the alarm for the American people about the grave threat ISIS and the global jihadist movement pose to our country, our families and our way of life makes all the hard work worthwhile.

And so it begins.