His self deprecating humor and unique look at life
The truth even if you are not ready for it
I really appreciate the intellectual logic that is demonstrated rather than blind following of some political party.
He had a few good arguments. It wasn't phenomenal. My main complaint with it is there was a ton of swearing. I think a few well chosen four letter words can really drive your point home but the amount of swearing was totally unnecessary and just seemed really unprofessional. It made me feel like it was written by a high school student.
Gutfeld is an entertainer. If he doesn't narrate the book he needs to get a good impersonator to do it.
YES, if he narrates it himself. I will buy the printed copy if someone else narrates it.
Kramer is a great narrator but he isn't Gutfeld. If Greg is too busy, there must be someone who can impersonate Him.
It was a little fluffy, I wish he had expanded on some of his points. He did make good points, however, and was entertaining. His jokes got a bit old too.
I like Guttfeld on Fox, Red Eye is great. This book highlights exactly what is going on in America today. Gives great insight along with some great laughs.
Great reading only he mispronouced Reading PA!
No. Once is enough.
For the most part, Greg is correct in his assessment of the current state of the American media. This is an important issue, but one can appreciate that Greg has keeps his sense of humor throughout.
I thought he did well. However, when an aurthor writes with this much sarcasm, emotion and energy, the audio book would be better served if read by the aurthor.
That Greg was slandered on Twitter.
Cool as a glittered unicorn.
I don't think so, but I think he did a superior job.
No. Unless you are a liberal hater who likes to hear the same points and arguments over and over again, there is no reason to listen to this book. I was looking for new information, new analysis, and new insight and got none of this. It was simply rehashing all the old information you've heard.
Greg should have developed new insight and not just retold old stories. The "why" behind liberal behavioral patterns is desperately missing from this book.
Steve wasn't snappy or sarcastic enough as Greg is/would have been. Greg should have narrated this.
I developed more of my own insight listening to this than the book provided. I think I could write a 1,500 word blog post about these same issues and provide you with more insight than the entirety of this book.