Yes, I have too several people.
That we having an almost similar educational experience in New Orleans around the same time.
I have not had the pleasure.
That he knew a great deal about himself and the motivations of people around him.
Although I enjoyed this book I have not been made completely drunk by the Tea Party kool-aide. I now know from where they get some of their ideas and what the plan is to change conservative views in the eyes of the American populace. I sleep better at night having listened to this book.
Also I was stunned to learn the author passed away this year.
I found this book to be extremely informative. It helped me to understand many of my observations about the current state of the country and the "old media" and the "new media" and how politics and the media have evolved over the last 50 years in America. I have enjoyed this learning experience so much that I am listening to it for the second time. I have also told all my friends that are concerned about what is going on in this country about this book.
His speaking tone and voice works very well for this subject material. After listening for awhile, I thought I was listening to Andrew Breitbart himself.
How and by whom our main stream media has been taken over
The narration was very good, a rare thing here on Audible. During the time period this covers I was so heavily engrossed in the financial collapse that it was hard to keep an eye on what was going on with the semi-underground Right beyond the largest stories. This book gave the in-depth backstory that I wish I'd been able to keep up with at the time. It's really fortunate for the movement that he managed to get his life's story down on paper before his tragic death. He makes the argument that he's not special, that he just decided to do it, and he did it, and that others should too. Anyone who has even the slightest leaning toward the Tea Party's ideals will gain a lot from this book. If you didn't know Breitbart's voice and someone told you he was reading his own work here you'd believe them. His early life backstory drags on it bit but stick it out.
In my top 5 audiobooks.
Andrew of course.
I could hear some of Andrew's passion in Jeremy's voice and performance.
I understand better the concept of 'community organizer' and I find it troubling.
What young person doesn't look at the Older Generation and think "Wow, you really screwed things up! When I get out of college, I'm going to make things right. I'm going to make a big difference in this world!" Well, good for you. Learn from your father's mistakes, NO your grandfathers mistakes. You see it was your Grandfather's generation that walked off the Righteous path, who deffered the raising, training, and education of their children to the Educated Elitists (socialists), and then handed over all the power of the greatest country and society this world has ever known to a bunch of spoiled, egotistical, self righteous brain washed kids (your parents). Those ignorant youth swallowed every drop of syrup and honey that fell from there professors poisionous lips. It's not your parents fault, they didn't have an Andrew Breitbart to provide them a clear understanding of just how smoothly they were being manipulated. But it is my fault and yours if we don't take back the rightful power of the people. After you listen to Righteous Indignation you will understand how the MSM is using you and me, just like the Matrix used and manipulated the masses in the movie. Listening to this book won't make the world a prettier place. It will open your eyes to the true ugliness that surrounds you and give you back the power to make a difference in this world. And maybe, just maybe, YOU CAN make it beautiful again. Knowledge is power, and right now the MSM has it. If you want some of that power, Listen to this book!
It was already made, it's called the Matrix.
I have seen the Beast, and its name is MSM!
At the top. The book is brilliant and the narrator was perfect. I could listen to it over and over. Will always be a favorite.
Not yet, but I surely will.
Parting Wisdom of a Proud Warrior
definatley would recommend. compelling narrative of the way the socialist and communist movement has infiltrated our government, our college campuses and the main stream media
how the left has taken over our media
the fall of freedom in the usa
I am a commuter and without the audio version, I'd probably not have the time to read it. I really enjoy the audio because it keeps me riveted and interested.
The deeper truth about the Clinton's and the vindication of the true conservative vs the left as well as the entrenched Republican establishment.
His ability to make you feel like you are having a conversation while addressing an audience that really wants to hear what he has to say.
The hopefulness of knowing that once you are educated, you can know the truth and move forward to make a difference and educate others.
If you are one of the followers of Rush, you'll love
Breitbart nails it with this book. He goes back to the roots of the Left in the U.S. and exposes them for what they are and what they are doing to our country. He was genious and will be missed. I only wish he had lived longer and could have written more.The book is concise, humorous, enlightening and empowering. The narration is also very well done. A must read.
I was blown away by the historical research Andrew had done.
By far the ACORN passage was my favorite.
The piece about Alinsky's method of indoctrination was very interesting.
This book is a must read for anyone trying to determine how our country ended up in the mess we are now in and what needs to be done to win it back.
You will greatly appreciate a guided tour of how we are being taken over. Would I listen again? Absolutely, in fact I am buying a hard copy to keep in the library. Andrew Breitbart has a passion for America that came late in life, but he is extraordinarily bright and his passion drove him to be a tireless student of reality. I highly recommend this book to anyone who has a clue about this generation's responsibility to pass America on, in tact, to the next generation.
The author himself
It would take a reader with a vivid imagination to maintain the level of passion that he breathes into the work