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I love Tammy Bruce I have read most of her books and she uses common sense that most people have but that the four l I have read most of her books this year and she uses common... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Louise Marinelli
Very insightful whether you are religious or not - this message needs to be heard!Published 7 months ago by DebHawk
Tammy Bruce must be taken seriously. Here conservative ideas are right on, and she has the gift of articulation. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Jot
Love this book!!! Tammy Bruce is oh so right...enjoyed reading and learning from her perspective. I ordered her other books as well, I like the way she writes.Published 11 months ago by Rosalie Jeffress
Tammy touches on a wide range of situations that point out America's deteriorating sense of right and wrong in exchange for moral relativism and political correctness. Great read!Published 16 months ago by Tresda
..and I listen to her podcast five days a week. This 2003 work, read by her, is another example of her clarity, passion and commitment to common sense values.Published on March 31, 2014 by Red Cholla
I love to listen to Tammy Bruce who calls out the situation we are facing in this country, the coarsening of our culture and outright assault on our country's values. Read morePublished on February 3, 2014 by Teresa T.