June 6th is D(-for Donald) Day when Andrew Bolt will launch The Art of the Impossible in Melbourne

A reminder: Andrew Bolt has very kindly agreed to launch my book, The Art of the Impossible, in Melbourne on June 6. The details of when and where are found both here and below.

Andrew and I are both bloggers and this book is the first blog history ever published. The book is entirely made up of the posts I wrote along the way to Donald Trump’s election, beginning in July 2016, when I heard him speak in public, right through to the day of the election on November 9, 2016, at least that was the day in Australia.

I will discuss what I think are the merits of the book and why you should read it. What Andrew will discuss we will know only on the day. So come along to hear his views and mine on Donald Trump, his election and his prospects. As it says at the link:

Join Tim Wilms from The Unshackled who will act as chair and moderator followed by two important speakers, Andrew Bolt from the Herald Sun and Steven Kates, author of The Art of the Impossible: A Blog History of the Election of Donald J. Trump as President. Both will discuss the topic of Dr Kates’ book, the lead up to the election of Donald Trump and what has happened since. Patrons can order themselves lunch at an affordable price while listening to the speakers discuss this very important topic. There will be also an opportunity to purchase The Art of the Impossible and have it signed after the event.

The launch is at 12:00 noon on Tuesday June 6. The venue:

Il Gambero
166 Lygon Street
Carlton, VIC 3053

You will also need to pre-purchase a ticket for the nominal price of $6.22 which you can use towards the purchase of the book.

And for good measure, you will also be able to buy copies of Economics for Infants on the day as well and even meet the artist.

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10 Responses to June 6th is D(-for Donald) Day when Andrew Bolt will launch The Art of the Impossible in Melbourne

  1. Fulcrum

    For me the Art of the Impossible would be to convince the ABC that an open discussion on global warming would increase their popularity in the eyes of the general public.

  2. the sting

    Three young fellas dressed as Muslims, did a mock beheading in Bendigo in front of the Council office and now are before a Victorian court.

  3. Dr Fred Lenin

    The US is preparing for a massive outbreak of severe Trumpaphobia ,and commitment to hospital of many prominent people if President Trump scraps the Paris climate scam . The people expected to be most affected are carpetbagger renooable investors ,acamedic experts ,msm stenographers. Politicianpublic servants who will miss out on bribe “jobs” when they retire to spend more time wth their families ,and of course. Climate activites who live on welfare . The effect of the USA not paying squillions for a non existent danger ,will of course spread to other comply-ying countries whose leaders have sold out to the scammers ,causing discontent with paying astronomical prices for renooable unreliable energy and having thousands die of cold in the name of global warming ,massive reaction and discontent-tent is expected because of the evil Trumps actions against the altruistic socialist u.n. Communust unelected governments . Its not fair !

  4. Andrew Bolt became irrelevant some time ago, lost in his self-importance. Once he was a voice for the small ‘c’ conservatives, but then he just became an echo chamber for his own voice. He started condemning what he should support and became like the rest (Nick Cater?).

  5. Leo G

    The American Association for the Advancement of Science is alarmed.

    More than 30% of the EPA’s budget will be slashed. Nearly 20% of NIH’s funds will be taken. 70% of the funding for renewable energy R+D will be cut under this plan.

    I can’t just sit by while Congress considers delivering such a harsh blow to the organisations that protect health, infrastructure, and planet. I’ll have to stock up on popcorn.

  6. min

    Hi Steve I would love to come but have hip problems at the moment so cannot walk far
    However I can offer you a gig on the 7th at 9 .45 to 11 15 to address a group of oldies that number 60 70or more depending how quickly we get advertising out , for a bottle of good red. Venue at Glen Iris just off freeway at Burke Rd.
    You can bring books to sell at venue but not sure if they would buy something on Trump
    Topic for talk anything on economics and budget or whatever you please.
    We had a member give presentation on Whither the Liberals yesterday one wag remarked he should have left the H out.
    He started withThe Forgotten People speech complete with pictures of Menzies and then followed how far off the original philosophy the Party had been dragged .
    Contact me thru Sinc

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  8. Booked. Looking forward to meeting a few Cats there.

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