Yes, I debated getting this book for some time. I have listen to many Lincoln books and did not think that this would add anything new. I am a big O'Reilly fan, but was hesitant to get this one. Was I wrong, this is his best book so far.
The way that Bill O'Reilly makes the story almost like a novel, he brings it alive. I could not stop listening to it.
I highly recommend this book to anyone.
No it not. This book has too much raw emotion and I could not handle it all in one sitting
Something needs to be done about the repressive government in North Korea. How can we just sit on their hands and do nothing about it. We have been hearing stories for some time now about conditions in North Korea. If we continue to do nothing it will be like ignoring the stories that were coming out of Nazi occupied Europe during WWII of the extermination camps. History will judge us on how we responded to this tyranny How will that story be told, will it be one that we are proud of, or will we be so ashamed of our inaction?
Having read most of the political philosophers in College, this book condensed all those major works into easy to understand bites.
One can easily see the path that this country is on and what the ultimate result will be.
I feel that the author respects his audience and is not being preachy, He lets the audience come to their own conclusions.
Mr. Levine has exposed the basis of today's liberal administration. How the over regulation of our lives is an attack on our liberties.
This book did not go into the typical name calling or blame of current administration. What the author does it let one discover what is really going on without going into partisan rhetoric.
I have been a member of audible.com since 2006, this is my first review. This book made such an impact on me that I felt that I had to write about it.
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