Admirer of history and biographies.
Gutfeld succinctly and humorously puts into words what I've been thinking about the antics of the entitled lefties for a long time. There were actually passages that had me laughing so hard at the ironic truths put forth in this book that I actually had to rewind it to hear the parts that I missed while I was laughing..., much to the amusement of some of my coworkers. I highly recomend this book to anyone who's looking for a few laughs at the expense of the heavily biased media and the liberal elites.
I was expecting at least a couple of laughs. The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich was funnier. Apparently a dry delivery of moronic/sophomoric "jokes" is supposed to be funny. For example, when we got to the letter "L" , the narrator repeated the word "lonely" what seemed like forty times. Check, please! I'm outta here!
I enjoyed Adam's first two books, so I figured that this one would be a safe bet. It is. I usually listen to my audiobooks at work in a factory. I found myself laughing so hard (not just out loud, but gasping for air, tears in my eyes laughing) during some sections of this book (particularly his United Nations address) that some of my coworkers were starting to look at me as though they were sizing me up for a straightjacket. It's a good, light listen, and he actually makes a lot of excellent points about our culture these days to boot.