We're With Nobody, a book to be released next month by Harper Collins, chronicles the work of two Mississippi-based political opposition researchers, Michael Rejebian and Alan Huffman. Huffman and Rejebian penned the book themselves, and having read it, I can tell you that it is something everyone with an interest in politics and government should read. If you don't believe me, here's what Sebastian Junger, author of War and The Perfect Storm had to say about We're With Nobody:
“This book floored me. I could not stop reading about the strange, dark world that helps determine who we elect and who sinks back into the muck. It is phenomenal; for me politics will never be the same.”So, here's the fun part. Huffman and Rejebian have started a website, www.werewithnobody.com. Sure, you can find out more about the book there, and even pre-order a copy, but the cool stuff are the posts that Huffman and Rejebian are writing, their twitter feed on the right hand side, and their links to articles about political opposition research. Head over there at some point this weekend and spend some time learning about the side of politics you probably didn't know about.