Breitbart is a thoughtful writer with an interesting history. He sets the record straight on the mainstream media's biased control of the national political dialogue. This book explores the birth of the conservative political journalism movement from Drudge, to Breitbart himself. The message to all of us is to question what we're being told by the National media.
I loved this book and the performance was amazing. My favorite part was Laura imitating Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, I played that part over and over again. Very funny, we need some levity in this ridiculous situation. Laura points out the truth that so many Americans will never see.
After The Obama Diaries, I think I had higher expectations. This book started out strong, but lapsed into a long whiney rant after the first couple of chapters. I love Laura, but she's done better.
This book was so enjoyable, I'm going to listen again. There are many laugh out loud moments in Fey's performance which make the audiobook even better than the book itself. Her delivery is just so spot on. You actually feel like you're having a conversation with the author, lots of fun.
What can I say that hasn't been said. I couldn't stop listening, even fell asleep a few nights with the ipod in my ear. This book leaves its mark on your heart and the audio is exceptionally well produced.
This book puts the current political climate into thoughtful historical perspective, without being boring or preachy. Whether you agree with Coulter or not, she makes some very valid points that thinking people should take into consideration.
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