Peter Schweizer's bombshell investigation reveals how Washington really works: politicians extort money from us, then use it to buy each other's votes. Our legislators' desire for cash influences everything-from how they write laws to when they vote on a bill. His audiobook reveals:
Extortion finally makes clear why Congress is so dysfunctional: it's all about making money, not making law.
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One of the most enlightening books I have listened to. It will make your blood boil. The bastards in Washington are getting wealthy beyond belief on the backs of ordinary Americans. Democrats and Republicans alike. Just like pro-wrestling, these guys put on a show on the camera and conspire behind the scene.
How the Harry Reid extortion machine has gotten incredibly wealthy for doing nothing other than being connected.
Johnny is easy to listen to and ads depth to the performance.
We have to vote out all established politicians. This is not how the country was designed to work.
A must listen to.
Because of all the crooks in D.C. wanting to change our election reading this will show you how and why they cannot let Trump in the White house.
Peter Schweizer has done a masterful job of describing what goes on behind the green curtain. He names names and gives detailed facts describing the corruption that goes unreported. The political class has a system that will nauseate you.
Predator Nation is similar.
Great job by Jonny.
Anyone interested in understanding why things don't change in Washington, and why the average citizen feels they are not listened to, will find out why in this book.
Gives a well-supported (usually including names, dates and places), eye-opening and unique perspective on DC and, By extension, state and local politics. You know it's dirty, but you don't know HOW dirty or that the strings of the corporations are usually pulled by the politicians and bureaucrats, NOT vice versa.
Key quote: Those "bribes" we paid sure felt like extortion to us! (retired corporate exec)
Reader: clear and used appropriate emphasis. Well done.
If you really want to know how business is conducted, then you will enjoy this book.
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