Sure, you would almost have to listen to it more than once to pick up on all the information. It is very well researched, very comprehensive.
The level of detail, the historical evolution of today's liberalism.
No, this is my first. He is okay, I wish the author had done the narration.
Everything You Suspected About Liberalism, But Never Knew Due To Media Collusion.
This should be a college course, but no college would allow students this much insight into their own dogma.
Although I was interested in the topic the author's presentation left me unwilling to finish the book after a few hous of listening. The author reminded me of some of my college professors who would ramble on about a topic never seemimg to make any real connection to its pertinence to the course I had enrolled in. They seemed to revel in hearing themselves talk rather than providing any useful information that could be transferred into something of value to the student. Some of Goldberg's analysis seemed feasible but without a central theme to connect to I found myself daydreaming (as in some college classes) rather than following his ideas and train of thought. I quit listening once I realized I was wasting my time by not following the narrative or simply falling asleep.
I'm a manager of a lawncare crew that listens to audio books when feasible. I have 2 years of business and 3 towards a history degree.
The book was very interesting in the arguments the author makes about fascism and the left. His main argument is that it is crazy to relate Bush to Hitler because Hitler has more incommon with any left-wing whacko. Lefties are socialists, and Hitler was just as far left as they are.
If history does repeat it's self or rhyme, We are Doomed!!! You all better get right with the Lord this time, cause there isn't going to be a next time!
Just read the book and you will see!