Dennis is so articulate, so thoughtful and so clear. I recently moved from Seattle to Prescott Arizona and wanted to get some idea of what my new conservative friends believe. They introduced me to the authors radio show and web site which were helpful but I wanted to dig deeper. So glad I bought this book. Whether you agree or not with his propositions it's a great read and a nice primer for anyone wondering what conservatives are all about.
I truly enjoyed Dennis' insight and learned a lot. He has a very fundamental and pragmatic approach to laying out his explanations of the culture of both the left and the right. My only complaint is that sometimes it was difficult to keep up with everything in an audio format vs printed text.
I did not read the book version.
The reader did a great job, i wanted to continue listening.
No, good luck with that.
Anyone who cares about the future should at least read this. I do not agree with all of the opinions but it has made me reconsider how balanced a world view I had previously.
I hope for a peaceful future by western standards and the arguments are fairly compelling. I would like to see Dennis Prager discuss some of this with Sam Harris.
Every American should be required to read this. Kids in school should be taught the principles in this book before it's too late.
Both have their advantages. The print copy is always available as an easier reference to use. The audio may be enjoyed using different brain centers that relax the eyes. Audio is accessible while driving at the same time, but I listened to it on my PC while relaxing in my chair or lying in my bed.
Righteous Indignation: Excuse Me While I Save the World! by Andrew Breitbart. Both books point out past and present events to make the argument for a more Conservative/Libertarian solution to America's problems.
The inspiration behind the Far Left compared to those who inspire the Right.
More than a moment, the running theme throughout the book; no matter how bad government becomes, there is always hope in the people to rise to the task, as our forefathers did, of applying the principles and morals necessary to withstand the onslaught against the United States Constitution.
Dennis Prager captures the truth about what sets the USA apart from the world. He uses three parts to explain historical and contemporary aspects of America's uniqueness. The fundamental change occurring today in the USA is the impetus for the author to write this book.
America is experiencing efforts to change this country into something as radical as a Muslim nation run by Islamists or a Socialist satellite of Europe, which has the threat of becoming a Muslim Caliphate.
The Hope in this book resides in the people who demonstrate their love of Liberty, with its concept of free enterprise, and belief in a Supreme Being whose Providence protects the worthy. The invading alternatives Prager describes as a cancer that the rest of the world proves to be an undesirable existence and destroys the magnificence that America's founding fathers designed for us to inherit and maintain.
Still the Best Hope: Why the World Needs American Values to Triumph is a wake-up call for those who know better but remain silent or inactive in America's restoration, not its demolition. This book is also an education for those who are indoctrinated into false histories and manipulated tendencies that favor Socialism over Liberty. This book ends by pointing out that Liberty, as experienced in the USA, can be applied to the rest of the world without any country losing its identity. The goal is to experience what makes America great, not make another America.