Engineer in St Louis, Missouri, United States
The book has a fast paced style and it's so captivating that it could almost have a techno soundtrack .
Also it captures a genuine path many conservatives follow as young liberals.
It also shows how Breitbart planned to destroy the liberal media complex. Today, CNN and NYT are falling apart as AB predicted. There is no faith in "established" media
This book is a must have/read very informative with facts I was able to research and confirm as I listened... Thank you for all you have done for the Tea Party movement and All Americans alike...R.I.P Andrew Breitbart may God bless and keep you safe in his kingdom.
Andrew Breitbart, a reformed liberal walks you through his conservative awakening and the creation of his media empire as he does battle with the Liberal Media Complex.
The passion that Breitbart produces in his text and that Guskin presents through this voice is eminent. Though sometimes that leads to scatter-brained tangents, one can tell Breitbart cared deeply about this issue and Guskin portrayed that magnificently.
The snark seemed petty and prevented me from giving a 5-star rating. Then again, he comes from the Internet; it's to be expected, lol.
If you ever wondered why the mainstream media is the way it is this is the book you want to read because it talks about how the mainstream media has been targeting the low informed voter for many many years and people who don't pay attention are very gullible to believe in their stuff and reacting to it
His story of how he took down ACORN was so exciting! It was great to hear the story in detail from his perspective. It gave me ideas of where I want to go in my political career and what all of us can do to fight the left. Great success story of exposing the left and who they really are to the public. Loved it!
I would listen to Righteous Indignation again, to help keep fresh, what the left and it's media slaves keep trying to do.
His and James O'Keefe exposure of ACORN
Never trust the leftist media dog
We'll miss you Andrew!
I have a hard time reading/listening to true fiction books. I think this is because my main reason for reading is to learn and not necessarily just for enjoyment, although I do read many historical fiction books. Favorites history/biography books and science/tech info books.
I'm not one to listen to books twice but I know I could do it without the urge to turn it off.
loved the job the narrarator did. Sounds like it could be Andrew
Now days weapons are camera phones! The government media complex would like to ban them.
This book just gave me a bit of hope for our country. It showed me that with the internet and all of the ways to get information out into the public, it is becoming more and more difficult for the mainstream leftwing media to control what is talked about. It showed me that even I if I happen to catch something important on camera could out some liar in the media or government.
I love good books.
This is a book for audible, but would be great to re-read in print. Jeremy is a great reader for this book he sounds a little like Andrew.
Andrews stories about himself and his college and path to conservatism.
The story he tells about the young guy that he hangs out with in high school and learns political tripel and then he meets up with him years later and he's a mess probably as a result of his political philosophy.
Very good book. My first though when I finished was it's a shame Andrew is gone, but "I am Andrew Breitbart"