If Brock says he was a liar for much of his life, how do we know he's not lying now? Blinded by the Right is less addicted to anonymous and third-hand sources than the madcap character assassinations that made him famous, and it is infinitely more plausible. But that doesn't make it necessarily true. (Anita Hill's lawyer has acidly observed that Brock confessed his Hill-related lies after seven years, when the statute of limitations prevents suing for slander.) Dumped by the right after he wrote a non-hatchet-job book on Hillary Clinton, Brock profits by running to the arms of the center and left. But that doesn't make this book untrue. All I can tell you is you'll have to read it and decide for yourself. And I'll bet you'll admit this mea-culpa memoir has the revolting, irresistible fascination of a bad car wreck. --Tim Appelo --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
The reality is really far more complex and morally ambiguous.
You can't read a book like this without being completely disgusted at the depths that some people will sink to to get their way.
Some critics question the author's motives for writing the book, or are leery of it because of the author's past writings.
He is telling the truth as evidenced by the actions of the guy who paid him to tell lies about the Clintons. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Dixie Shugars
This book should get five stars on its content alone. The author - a recovered lock-step conservative who spent a large portion of his adult years in the very belly of the... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Charles Kuehn
One valuable insight from this book -- realizing how impossible it is to believe anyone, no matter how good a writer he is. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Mary C Harris
I can somewhat relate to Brock in this book even though my change was a bit more gradual than his. I used to be a conservative and was sucked into that whole Clinton-bashing... Read morePublished 7 months ago by TLA
I really appreciated this look into how the "vast right-wing conspiracy" works. Well written account of David Brock's experience and disenchantment with right-wing media.Published 7 months ago by Barbara McD. Bonge
I was a Republican voting conservative in my 20s. By the time I turned 30 I started realizing that conservatism was largely built on lies, paranoia, conspiracy theories and... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Charles Leatherman
if you care anything about your country and where its headed. I read this book when it first came out and it's THE REASON I became more involved in politics and learning about who... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Book Lover
Mr. Brock writes very well, the book was both entertaining and informative. I remember when Hillary Clinton said there is a "vast rightwing conspiracy" and boy was she... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Sandra Ford
While I totally believe his accusations, and appreciate the detail provided in delivering them, I couldn't help but be a little skeptical of his reasons for writing this book. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Joshua McGhee