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If you're interested in better understanding the good and not so good involved in the workings of our government, this is a must read.
The message of political corruption detailed in Dr. Coburn's book is again timely as Newt Gingrich is surging to the lead in the GOP primary polls.
A major theme is that term limits would be a good method to end careerist politics and permit individual members to vote their conscience.
Better than expected. There is some very good stuff here that is still relevant today. Would have liked some more depth and pages.Published 3 months ago by elco
I wish we could replace 60 Senators with Coburn type people. He is what I call a real leader. One day, I hope Americans select a Coburn type person to lead the country.Published 20 months ago by Jon Ramos
A great foundational work on what conservative politics should be. I don't remember finding anything I disagreed with in the book that was recommended to me by Jane C. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Warren Rosenbaum
If you're interested in better understanding the good and not so good involved in the workings of our government, this is a must read. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Tony R
I found this book to be most interesting, especially since it was written by a former insider. The book merely confirmed some of the things I had already observed. Read morePublished on July 9, 2012 by joyce
THough this book was written several years ago it is still relevant because some of the same people are still involved and some of the same behavior continues. Read morePublished on December 9, 2011 by wood
Every time I am tempted to drink the elixir of the latest politician who says he/she is the next Ronald Reagan, I pull out Dr. Read morePublished on December 2, 2011 by Amazon Customer
Dr. Tom Coburn is a true hero for our Republic. With a Washington that is completely out of control, Coburn explains what is wrong. Read morePublished on May 1, 2010 by ironman96