I like her show and enjoy her columns. I was expecting new material, but instead this book is a collection of her columns. They are (as usual) quite pointed and always fun, especially in hindsight. Still a good listen, just don't expect a bunch of new material.
I've read many conservative books. Most have very similar approaches (not bad, just similar). This is the case with books of other perspective, too.
This book is different, even from Colter's previous books. Her interpretation of Gustave Le Bon's "The Crowd" in relation to the modus operandi of both the Left and Right is quite unique and eerily accurate.
This is not just another conservative book. This is an important book and is as thought-provoking as Mark Levin's "Liberty and Tyranny."
Overall, this was a pretty good book. The best part was the early struggle and growth phases. Audacity, boldness, and luck. Would we have made the same choices?
The down side was the last portion, which IMHO slid into a "look how awesome our culture is" self-love-fest. I guess it's my preference for the entrepreneurial side of it, versus the culture growing side.
So, yes... a good read. Enjoy!
This book was a great listen, but there were so many insights that I could barely pay attention. I like this so much, I actually bought the paper version so I could scribble in the margins.
As a knowledge manager, it gave me the concepts that help define some of the attention scarcity versus information abundance issues.
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