Yes. Extremely interesting.
Any book about a historical figure whose accomplishments are overlooked.
Yes, Mr. Bice did an excellent job of separating and acknowledging pros and cons of decisions made by the characters in the book, as well as the reasoning behind those decisions.
I had not intended it to be completed in one sitting. I wanted to read it in segments and slowly consider what had been written, in order to get a better understanding of the man, and not overlook anything.
I'd recommend the book to anyone who cares to compare politics in Coolidges day to the over-reaching style of the current process.
I would recommend the book since it was well written and informative. It went through the Seal training the raid and it's aftermath.
I don't consider this the best, but merely the most striking point. I was saddened and angered with respect to the the naive and haphazard approach taken with regards to the security measures taken following the raid. We could have scored a major coup if only the "chest beaters" in Washington had given ample time to disseminate the valuable information captured during the raid instead of attempting to gain political points for something they had no part in other than giving the Green light. The fact that the Seal Team 6 group was identified as being those who had carried out the raid within 4 hours of the President going on the air displays an extreme breach in our ability to keep things secret which need to be kept secret. This point, far from being what I consider to be the best, was certainly the most disturbing. What would have happened in World War II if it had been broadcast when we got the information from the captured "Enigma" or when our intelligence community broke the Japanese code and took out Admiral Yamamoto ?
I thought that the information was narrated well. The story, as told, kept my attention and never became boring or monomtonous.
I don't know. Maybe "Mission Accomplished - Warriors Compromised".
None that can be recorded here.
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.
I thoroughly enjoyed this exceptionally well written book about early America. Very descriptive as to life in the era. I hope more of Mr. Eckert's historical books will soon be available from Audible.
Engrossing and enlightening narrative of one who was involved in the "shadow war."
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