If you enjoy listening to Bill O'Reilly's radio program or watching his TV show, this will be equally enjoyable. If you are a regular listening/viewer, the material in the book will be familiar. It is easy to listen to, but due to the material, won't win any literary awards.
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O'Reiley has written another clear and concise book about an important subject facing our nation today - the culture war. He demonstrates with facts the agenda of secular progressives. He clearly distinguishes between secular progressives verses tradtional values and conservative and progressive thought. If you care about our country, you need to at least consider what he has presented in this new book.
Bill O'Reilly certainly get his points across in a logical and straightforward manner. There are plenty of quotes from differing sources to illustrate his position.
This is an important book. It describes, in great detail, the recent, various changes in the political climate.
Many people who are operating in a fog would do well to become more sensitive to the forces of the secular progressives and the traditional warriors. This war is going on and it is amazing that the vast majority of the american citizens are totally unaware of its existence.
Excellent ,Informative . For anyone on the fence about their political party this will clear it up . Not a leftie bash book .Just the facts .
Very fair but scarey truths about society and some of it leaders private and public .
If you are regularly exposed to Bill's programs, this book offers little in the way of new content. Bill makes some great points in the book, but I was a bit dissapointed to see so many items rehashed from his radio program in particular. I'd imagine that this would be a much more interesting read to someone who doesn't often get exposure to Bill.
The time passed by so fast I was surprised when the book was over! This probably was at least partially due to Bill O reading the book himself, which was a plus.
I'll admit I am a fan of Mr. O'Reilley's but regardless he is right on point and does not leave the reader guessing.