In her latest investigative tour de force, New York Times best-selling author Michelle Malkin delivers a powerful, damning, and comprehensive indictment of the culture of corruption that surrounds Team Obama's brazen tax evaders, Wall Street cronies, petty crooks, slum lords, and business-as-usual influence peddlers. In Culture of Corruption, Malkin reveals:
In Culture of Corruption, Michelle Malkin lays bare the Obama administration's seamy underside that the liberal media would rather keep hidden.
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I love Michelle Malkin and have been interested in reading this book since it came out and decided to finally get it here on audible. What a mistake. The content has basically been ruined for me because I have had such difficulty listening to the narrator.
Kind of monotone basically, but something more about his overall tone that seemed to grate on my nerves.
most in depth investigative work I've seen in a long while! Reveals the dirt that our politicians lower themselves too as they
KEEP EM COMING MICHELLE!
Voracious, omnivorous reader. Audible provides another venue to absorb information.
The depth of detail and independent source verification.
Urgency, awareness and definitive.
No. The entire book had me focused and interested.
Content was great, but the reader was not pleasant to listen to. She is a smart lady and I love the extent to which the book was researched.
After struggling with about 2 hours of the narrative of this essay on how Obama and his cronies are no more than thugs and thieves, I gave up. The narrator - Johnny Heller's attempt to impersonate Obama at every turn when he is quoted made listening to the remainder of the book impossible.
I am sure that Malkin had many important things to say but I will never know because J Heller, could not just read the text without his clumsy efforts to try to offer "sound-bites" and impersonations of Obama.
A waste of good money as far as I am concerned. Does Audible.com have a refund policy?
This book should be reviewed by the authorities and each allegation should be evaluated as to whether there further investigation is required. I come from the state where they convicted, and then threw out the conviction of our long-term Senator based on much flimsier alleged misdeeds. Clearly, much research has been done and this book deserves to be a bestseller.
No. The narration will wipe away many IQ points from any listener. Only if you are a genius who can spare the IQ change would I recommend this audiobook.
Barak Obama--only I wish that he were a work of fiction. Unfortunately, he is real. Fortunately, people like Mrs. Malkin write books that help to expose the blunders of leftists. Also unfortunate, however, is that I bet Mrs. Malkin has never listened to this book. The narrator should be regulated out of this business---oh, sorry, I was channeling a leftist who always wants to look to regulations to solve problems.
Helen Keller, perhaps? Almost anyone else. The narration was very much distracting.
Yes. Unless it was narrated by Johnny Heller--probably nice gentleman but this was not his best work, I believe.
If this were someone's first audiobook, it would turn that person away from the whole world of audiobooks. Think twice before listening to this one; it might be better to get through the book the old-fashioned way: reading!
While I like the writings of Michelle Malkin, I will have to say everyone should AVOID the narrator Johnny Heller. From the get go, his voice drones on. It is very annoying trying to listen to and understand anyone whose voice is not strong. This one keeps fading out to the point that one cannot even hear half of what is being said. A voice that is this distracting totally ruins the listening experience. I will be buying the hard copy so I can understand what the author has written. I truly wasted the money on this audible pick. Shame! In all the years I have been using Audible, I have had only one other book that I stopped listening to because of the narrator.
Possibly number 1.
You may compare her to cooulter or Ingram but shis is much more passionate and not an entertainer. Ms. Malkin is a thinker.
I am moved by Michele's honesty and ability to express it.
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