A concise, but revealing insight into the history of Andrew Breitbart and to an essential cog in the new media conservative movement. It also gives a unique reveal of the decisions that were made involving the ACORN videos as well as delving into the early movement that was started by Matt Drudge online and how it impacted Breitbart.
If I had started earlier in the day, I would have listened straight through! The book is excellent; the narration is great, as well.
If you could read or listen to just one book this year, MAKE THIS BOOK YOUR CHOICE! You will learn so much about how the Main Stream Media, the Left and the Democrat party have worked together to destroy conservatives and everything they stand for. You will also learn about the people, like Andrew Breitbart, who are trying to get the unvarnished truth out. FACTUAL and DAMNING! I just could NOT stop listening and finished this wonderful book in one sitting. Thank you, Mr. Breitbart!
Jeremy Guskin did an exceptinal job at narration.
Worth every single penny and every single minute of listening.
Andrew Breitbart was truly one-of-akind. A courageous, funny, take no s*** kinda guy.
A very honest and decent man.
This is a great introduction to Breitbart. A fascinating listen - read by the man himself.
We'll miss you, Andrew.
Andrew wrote this about 6 years ago, but listening to it in 2017, you would think it was written yesterday. the same media strategies of the left have not changed! amazing! inspirational book to help deal with the growing problem of left leaning media bias in America.
most surprising is how it grips you and won't let you go until you finish
I love how he exposed the Frankfurt School, the origins of Mao's "Political Correctness". He was especially entertaining when he broke down how Hollywood deals. Even though the author is now dead, his media organization helped swing the Presidential Election.
And he combined it with the reality of an upbringing not unfamiliar to many, who sit cowed by the people who ran for student government president in 7th grade while the rest of us had to work for a living