COURAGE > COWARDS
As we approach the most important presidential election in America’s history, something has been lost among all of the debates, attack ads, and super- PACs - something that Americans used to hold in very high regard: THE TRUTH.
Glenn Beck likes to say that “the truth has no agenda” - but there’s another side to that: people who have agendas rarely care about the truth. And, these days, it seems like everyone has an agenda. The media leads with stories that rate over those that matter. Politicians put lobbyists and electability over honesty. Radicals alter history in order to change the future.
In Cowards, Glenn Beck exposes the truth about 13 important issues that have been hijacked by deceit. Whether out of spite, greed, or fear, these are the things that no one seems to be willing to have an honest conversation about. For example:
In some cases, the truth is out there, but people simply don’t want to hear it. It’s much easier, and certainly a lot more convenient, to keep our blinders on. After all, as a quote attributed to President James Garfield made clear, “The truth will set you free, but first it will make you miserable.”
Miserable or not, the truth can no longer be something we hope for; it must be something we live. When courage prevails, cowards do not - and this book was written to ensure that’s exactly what happens.
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It gives facts and names names. It gives you the information that you have suspected all along. There is corruption and this shows us where.
Not really, there is so much info that it makes it a great audiobook. It allows you get a little bit at a time and really absorb it.
Say something about yourself!
Whether or not you are at some level of Libertarianism or a Constitutionalist, this book is a good read for political discussion. Right or Left leaning, the book Cowards does show a viewpoint that may help readers think where their own view point of governance stands based on Mr. Beck's take on governance. This book is well researched and includes other suggested readings.
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