Monthly Archives: November 2015


Happy Thanksgiving from Cardinal Publishers Group

It’s that time of the year when we gather and feast, watch parades and football, and eat some more. Besides all the food, we at Cardinal Publishers Group have much for which to be thankful. We are thankful for our individual families and friends. We are thankful for our clients and customers. We are thankful for the creative titles that we have the honor of distributing. We are thankful for you. You are important to us and we are grateful that you take time to visit our website, browse the books and support us with your purchases.  Whether you are spending the Thanksgiving Holiday in a quiet surrounding or in a place with many people and loud noises, we hope that it is one filled with happiness and contentment.  Let us all take time out to reflect on the many things in our lives to give thanks. Big or small, let us be thankful for all.  As we go into this very busy holiday season, we are going to take with us the attitude of gratitude.  Cardinal Publishers Group wishes you a very Happy Thanksgiving from our place to yours.  As a national book distributor since 2000 Cardinal Publishers Group has helped scores of independent book publishers successfully enter into the book market. Our book distribution services include sales, warehousing, fulfillment, billing & collection, customer service, digital conversion service, metadata management and more. We manage the distribution of both print books and e-books. Additional services include print production, design, and electronic content conversion. We help book publishers bridge the gap between content and reader with book distribution services for independent presses. For more information you can contact us or call 1-800-352-8200. Be sure to take a moment out to have a look at our new titles. The preceding article is brought to you by CPG News & Information Services.


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Jewish Senators Didn’t Stand Up for Pollard

By Elliot Goldenberg Jonathan Pollard, the former U.S. Naval Intelligence analyst who received a life sentence for spying for the Israelis during the mid-1980’s and was released from prison on Friday, November 20, thirty years nearly to the day after his arrest – could have become a free man during the presidency of Bill Clinton, according to a report by an Israeli journalist. As I note in my book, SPY OF DAVID, back in December of 2011, that journalist, Tzvi Ben Gedalyahu, reported a charge by a longtime Pollard advocate, attorney Alan Dershowitz, that Bill Clinton might have actually freed Pollard, in 2000, if Jewish senators had only stood up for him. According to Gedalyahu, at the 2011 annual Israel Business Forum, Dershowitz revealed that he had raised the subject of Pollard to Clinton, who, in 2000, was approaching the end of his term. “Clinton told me,” said Dershowitz, ‘How can you expect me to release Jonathan Pollard when your own senators wrote me a letter not to release him’.” I immediately recalled the article author John Loftus wrote in 2003 that appeared in Moment Magazine in which Loftus argued that the reason Jewish leaders didn’t rally to Pollard’s side, early on, was because, prior to Pollard’s sentencing in March of 1987, Senator Chic Hecht had urged them not to. Upon reading this, I couldn’t help but think of the conversation motion picture producer Suzanne Migdall said she had with the late senator when they sat next to each other on a flight to the Bahamas. Hecht, who, in my opinion, was fed faulty information by the CIA, told Suzanne that the case was “a lot worse than you think. It goes so high up, you have no idea.” What Hecht told those Jewish leaders, Loftus claimed in his 2003 Moment Magazine piece about Pollard, was that Pollard’s spy operation had cost the lives of U.S. moles behind the Iron Curtain – something we now know was the work of spies Aldrich Ames and Robert Hanssen. As for Pollard, his fate was arguably made into a bargaining chip – his release a bone thrown to the Israelis, no doubt tied into the Obama administration’s unpopular nuclear deal with Iran.   Now, twenty-five years later, the debate over America’s most controversial spy has again been rekindled. Elliot Goldenberg is the author of The Hunting Horse and The Spy Who Knew Too Much. He has written thousands of published articles and has interviewed dozens of national and world leaders; has cultivated numerous contacts in the intelligence3 community. He has received many prestigious awards, including the Florida Press Club Award, for Investigative Reporting and the national Simon Rockower Award, also for Investigative Reporting. Eliot is a public speaker who has often appeared on radio and TV, including CNN.  The preceding was brought to you by CPG News & Information.  


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A Golden Bond

It's time to think about holiday gifts.  A Golden Bond would make a great gift. Set with a 1950's backdrop, we are taken into a time much different from today, yet you will sympathize with the characters' struggles and rejoice with their victories in this heart-warming story. A Golden Bond is a new release from Blue River Press by author, Elaine Jannetides. The book launch of A Golden Bond will be Friday November 13th from 7:00 - 9:00 pm at Barnes & Noble Bookfair in Carmel, IN, 14790 Greyhound Plaza. Ask for a voucher prior to making your purchase and a percentage of the net sale will be contributed to Holy Trinity Greek School. Contact us for details or call 317-352-8200. The following is a little taste of the story. Angie’s golden ring becomes a symbol of independence and a motivation for her future.   Angie has transformed from a carefree high school senior to a responsible mother-figure as she cares for her two brothers after their mother’s death. Although she accepts her new role, she would give anything to return to the time when her days were filled with pool parties and weekend plans with friends. If only she could see her father filled with happiness and her younger brother not terrified of his new step-mother. For Angie, life has not panned out the way she expected, but now more than ever she is motivated to make the most of it. In A Golden Bond, Angie builds her life independently and becomes a role model for her two brothers. Alongside her journey, five other women share their lives’ triumphs and shortcomings. A Golden Bond captures the life of Angie Demetrious and incorporates the stories of Jenny, the bad girl, Molly, the maid, Colleen, the business woman, Patty, who runs away from her fears, and Judy, the victim of her choices. Their unique lives are all bonded together by Angie’s class ring. And by the end of Angie’s journey, she realizes her mother was right all along, she is stronger than she ever knew. This is Angie's story and the ring that touched the lives of a bad girl, a maid, a business woman, a runaway and a victim of her own bad choices... Elaine H. Jannetides is the daughter of Greek immigrants. Born and raised in Indianapolis, Indiana, Elaine is what you might call a true Hoosier. She graduated Shortridge High School and attended Indiana University Purdue University of Indianapolis. Elaine has had a lifelong love of reading and writing and this is her first novel although her writings have appeared in Kinonia. Elaine grew up in a Greek immigrant household without extended family nearby. The church was a great influence because it was a network of other immigrants, all of whom became a family. It was a major part of Elaine and other immigrants’ lives and held them to high standards and moral values. Elaine remembers most fondly the Greek traditions of each holiday as there was always a lot of people, a lot of cooking, and a lot of love.   Brought to you by CPG News & Information Services


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