This Eye Opening look into our nation's Highest Court is nothing less than Spectacular.Any truely objective reader will soon discover what is really driving our nation's "Sickness of Political Correctness".
Mark Levin has been involved with the law since he was 21 years age or so. His explanations and insight have changed my mind about our Supreme Justices. His assumptions of "legislating from the bench" have really opened my mind. I am on my second reading of the book. I have already found stuff I missed in the first reading. I highly recommend this book to anyone who has the stamina to listen to every word.
Great book by Levin and a learning experience for me that I am grateful for.
However, I'm through with Jeff Riggenbach and I will not listen to him again. It's a shame for me since he narrates so many titles that interest me.
He mispronounces Mark Levin's name. Even worse, he mispronounces David Souter's last name. How can you read a book about the Supreme Court and not be aware of the current justice's?
I had long suspected that this reader really doesn't know what he is reading; that he merely pronounces sounds (meaningless-to-him) with dramatic enthusiasm. This ignorance of David Souter makes the case. No more Riggenbach for me.
Blackstone: please send Mr. Riggenbach to another section of your library -- give him material that he can understand.
Bachelor Chef and Mathematician. I don't bother with books shorter than 20 hours, not worth the effort.
If you are tired of the same old liberal spin on the Constitutional Legal System this is a great book. Mark points out how through the last 100 years the court has been used for legal favoritism as well as political fortunes, especially by some famous liberals.
For me: this was a great education
I will reserve my political views,
It should be obvious by the title the book leans to the right, but eduicational value alone is worth the read
It is a terrible shame that people who have never read the book take the time to "slam" the author-s or points of view of many books for no other reason than to voice their bias if you don't like it, simply don't read it,go to the blogs and hammer away, don't put your "graffiti" in the reviews
Eye-opening... yes; Scary, .. yes; factual and on target;... absolutely!
This is perhaps the most important book you will read in this decade, especially if it starts the debate to correct our out-of-control Judiciary.
Our country is not run by the President or Congress and it is not guided by our Constitution. It is run by nine un-elected men and women in a job for life that judge by their own agenda, except for the few true Constitutionalist. The Supreme Court and Judicial System is the last political power of the Liberals of this country determined to direct the future by special interest, social agenda, and without God. It is the path for your future and your children's future. What Liberals cannot do in the voting poles they are determined to do without majority in the courts.
This is a wake-up call for the rest of us.
This book is a concise and timely synopsis of the history of the Supreme Court's case law as it pertains to the Consitution. A good listen for anyone who wants a basic understanding of the subject or a short refresher course on the Court.
This book is dead on when it comes to the way our courts should be. If you believe that elected officials instead of activist judges should write laws, give this book a listen. This book is a large dose of facts and small dose of opinion. I will have to pick up the hard cover for reference material.