Frank Miniter

About Frank Miniter

Frank MiniterFrank Miniter the author of The New York Times’ Bestseller The Ultimate Man’s Survival Guide, Recovering the Lost Art of Manhood. This is the ultimate handbook for real men, explaining everything from surviving an avalanche and identifying poisonous snakes to picking a great cigar. The metrosexual man may be good at cocktail chat, but a real man knows how to fight off alligators, be a hero, talk to women, and be a true pal. Broken into eight sections – survivor, provider, athlete, hero, romantic, cultured man, pal, and philosopher – The Ultimate Man’s Survival Guide teaches guys the skills, attitudes, and philosophies they need to be the ultimate man.

Miniter is also the author of The Politically Incorrect Guide to Hunting. It tells the truth about hunting and our real relationship to the environment. And he is the author of Saving the Bill of Rights, a book that exposes how each of the individual rights Americans cherish are being undermined by an activist judiciary and by progressive politicians. This book uses modern examples of people who’ve had their rights stolen and brings to life the dramatic history behind these rights. It also busts myths the Left is now creating in their effort to erase these individual restrictions on the power of government. Saving the Bill of Rights not only clearly shows how America’s basic human liberties are being rewritten and expunged from our Constitution, it also boldly reports how we can take these individual rights back. For a free chapter go to www.savingthebillofrightsbook.com. Miniter is a contributor to Forbes (http://www.forbes.com/sites/frankminiter/), is a Field Editor for the NRA’s American Hunter, and he writes for National Review, American Thinker, Human Events, Outdoor Life, The Washington Times, Washington Examiner, and many other publications on constitutional rights and other issues.

Miniter has floated the Amazon, run with the bulls of Pamplona, hunted everything from bear in Russia to elk with the Apache to kudu in the Kalahari and has fly-fished everywhere from Alaska’s Kenai to Scotland’s River Spey to Japan’s freestone streams. Along the way he was taught to box by Floyd Patterson, spelunked into Pompey’s Cave, climbed the Gunks, and graduated from the oldest private military academy (Norwich University) in the U.S. He was a Senior Editor at Outdoor Life magazine and was the Executive Editor of American Hunter magazine. Miniter has been a featured guest on radio shows such as those hosted by Michael Reagan, G. Gordon Liddy, Lars Larson, Mancow, Doug Giles, Rusty Humphries and many more.