A great bit of insider research went into getting and compiling notes from within political camps during the 2008 election for this work. Sadly and typically, the authors' bias skews the dialogue. Of course claiming to be non-biased, the authors come off showing themselves to be leftist hacks. Boutsikaris does an admirable job of presentation. (If you are a journalist trained and employed in main-stream media or otherwise Marxist in nature, you'll probably find this work perfectly balanced.)
All around incredibly well done entertainment. Engaging story performed to a tee by a true ctaftsman.
If a guy can go through all this and end up where he does, what's wrong with you? Truly a great story and the performance brings new meaning to the euphemism, well read. If this isn't on your reading list, get it there.
Well researched and related to both the contemporary as well as our post-modern world. Highly recommended.
As a young boomer, this work by an elder statesman lays out not only a clear description of recent US political history but a path to correcting many of the wrongs I see in our great republic. Viguerie's insight is invaluable and seminal to those who desire a resurgence of the prosperity and peace that come from living according to Godly and Constitutional principles.
Perlmutter's insight is truly invaluable, personally meaningful, and based on sound (and often recent) scientific study; and should be weighed in any dietary considerations. Though he is a bit more humanist and a believer in a millions-of-years-old earth, his reasoning regarding brain chemistry and nutrition are easy enough to digest and winnow from the chaff. What makes this a tough listen is Peter Ganim's sardonic tone. His delivery style is reminiscent of a dramatized Ayn Rand novel, but Perlmutter doesn't set about to lampoon elitists and collectivists, so Ganim's inflection only serves to detract from a book worth studying. To his credit, Ganim does a good job of pronouncing and maintaining meter through some difficult scientific language. I do recommend this book, but warn against Ganim's tone.
Phenomenal story! Brandford astutely presents facts and figures in a dramatic story, bringing history alive. Simon Vance' delivery is impeccable. This is a paradigm to be studied and emulated, but will never be eclipsed.
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