The Honorable Neil Glick spent over 15 years working in the political arena. Working throughout Washington DC, from the US Senate to Federal and local government, he currently serves as a six term elected official.
Glick lived in Russia from 1993-1997. In his professional career he raised over $30 million for charity. His charitable fundraising work was recognized by the Secretary of Veterans Affairs and the Governor of Kentucky.
His experience gives BUSH HAIKUS a witty and insightful look at the challenges all voters face in trying to find some answers in the crazy eight years of George Bush. His book BUSH HAIKUS was published so we don’t forget how bad and corrupt it really was.
Neil Glick has been seen on “The Today Show”, NBC Nightly News, The Food Network, numerous local television interviews, “RTR Television” (Russian national television), and in newspapers and magazines ranging from The Washington Post, The New York Times, Kiplinger’s, The Washington Times, The Moscow Times, The Moscow Tribune, Connections and the Russian edition of Newsweek.
He lives in Washington, DC.
Where to find Neil Glick online
Barack Haiku Obama: Political Haikus 2008-2012
By Neil Glick
Published: January 13, 2013.
The four years from the Obama-McCain Election to the Obama-Romney Election were an incredible period in US political history.
First African-American President; explosion and crash of the Tea Party; Sarah Palin's father of her first grandchild appearing in Playgirl; the almost first Latter Day Saint President; ObamaCare and the birth of the Occupy Movement - it's all covered here in haiku form!
BUSH HAIKUS: Simple Poems for a Simple Presidency
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By Neil Glick
Published: December 20, 2011.
BUSH HAIKUS takes a humorous look at the last eight years as a Democrat living under the Bush Administration.
BUSH HAIKUS make light of the many short comings and ironies of the Bush Administration, Democrats, and current events.
Neil Glick’s irreverent look at American politics shines the light on government in all its glory, complete with conflict, humor, hypocrisy and tragedy.
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