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  • Paperback: 368 pages
  • Publisher: William Morrow Paperbacks; Reprint edition (February 1, 2005)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0060750391
  • ISBN-13: 978-0060750398
  • Product Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,635 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #211,253 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Conservative Fox Television news host and bestselling author Hannity sees behind the ills of the world one cause: evil. And so Hannity joins the "neocon" chorus, positing that totalitarian regimes, such as Hussein's in Iraq, Hitler's Germany and the former Soviet Union, serve as breeding grounds for evil, thus justifying President Bush's policy of pre-emptive action against countries that could threaten American interests. Despite "irrefutable evidence," Hannity writes, today's liberals inexplicably doubt that "absolute evil truly exists," and instead foolishly cling to the idea that the world's problems might arise from social, psychological and cultural differences or from economic inequality. Fans of Hannityâ€"Christian conservatives in particularâ€"will no doubt embrace this straightforward call to arms. Many readers, however, will find Hannity's "irrefutable" evidence to be anything but, and his selective use of history and circular logic raise far more questions than it settles. Two final chapters examine what Hannity considers to be the dangerous, partisan policies espoused by the current slate of Democratic presidential candidates. For our democracy to survive, Hannity argues, we must root out terrorists and defeat evil totalitarian regimes before they can harm usâ€"a theme that will no doubt play loudly this election season.
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About the Author

Sean Hannity is the host of radio's The Sean Hannity Show and TV's Hannity, and the author of the New York Times bestsellers Deliver Us from Evil and Let Freedom Ring. His radio show is heard by roughly 13.5 million loyal listeners on 500 stations nationwide.

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Sean Hannity again tells it like it is.
phil fernandez
They could use the money since the funds we should be spending on them are going to make Iraq safe for democracy.
If you guys read the book, you guys will see that Sean Hannity does not think that liberals are evil people.
Allen Tringo

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146 of 192 people found the following review helpful By Edwin C. Pauzer VINE VOICE on March 17, 2006
Format: Hardcover
From the melodramatic title to the end, this book was a tough read. Sean's remarks are simplistic to the point of imbecility. (His logic is something akin to: all lemons are yellow; my car is yellow; my car must be a lemon.) He even repeats himself, and his references are shoddy.

This is the man who voiced opposition to President Clinton sending troops to Bosnia to eliminate the genocide and ethnic cleansing, which it did. Sean asserted that it was his patriotic duty to speak out as an American, and his exercise of free speech. He asked, how this president could justify his actions to American families when their relatives started coming home in body bags. When Bush invaded Iraq, patriotic duty and free speech went out the window when he asserted that criticism of the Bush administration was undermining our national resolve.

His real low point came when a renegade NYC Police Officer named Volpe sodomized Abner Luema (spelling?) with a broom handle in a police precinct. With nothing more than an intuition, Sean announced on the air that maybe that penetration came from the victim's lifestyle. Sean and Volpe's father shared microphones as they crooned a popular melody with made-up lyrics that implied the same. The crooning stopped suddenly when Volpe was fired from the force, and admitted to the sodomy.

Sean again showed his patriotism and wisdom in 1998 when President Clinton announced that a terrorist named Usama bin Laden and his al Qaeda group were the biggest threat to the US. Hannity joined the chorus of republican legislators who ignored the warning, accusing Clinton of "wagging the dog" in order to take focus from the Monica Lewinsky scandal.

Naturally, the bottom line is that all liberals are evil, and all conservatives are good.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Ronald K. Hinkle on March 1, 2004
Format: Hardcover
I am apparently much more conservative than I originally thought. I have read Franken and Moores books and found then to be whiny and ridiculous. I bought Hannity's two books to see what he was about, and found myself agreeing with him on the majority of his points. I also feel that the United States has to be careful when it comes to the United Nations. We are the Jones everyone is trying to keep up with and the country everybody loves to hate. The United Nations does not serve our interests.
We are the hegemon in the current structure of the world, and as such we are the ones who set the tone and the majority of the policies of the world. We have the economy, the military,and the system in place to accomplish this. I am sorry if this reality is disgusting to some. I am growing tired of politicians and hollywood wierdos apologizing for our greatness and our influence in the world. We have to be careful of how we exercise our hegemonic influence, but it must be done from a solid moral base, not an emotional "fix everybody's problem" mindset. We can not fix everyone's problems; we are not responsible for everyone's problems. It is not the United States fault that underdeveloped countries are so caught up in their religion or traditional values that they refuse to live to our standards. We have to accept that not everyone wants to live like us or agree with us.
The same thing goes on the domestic front. It is not my fault that some people would rather commit to the crack pipe than commit to education and a job. I do not now nor have I ever bought into this crapola that people are predisposed to be poor, etc. because of their situation, there are just too many people who have risen up out of thier situation to pursue "the American Dream".
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15 of 18 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on February 23, 2004
Format: Hardcover
It's sad to view all the reviews from people that haven't even picked up the book. Yet, they have opinions to share on everything but the book. It's very easy to tear something down instead of applauding it. I waited 5 hours to get 4 books signed by him. Without being a suck up, the guy appears to be very sincere at what he's doing and humble. All the negative reviews are from a group that are sad because they bet on the wrong horse (Bill Clinton) and they're in the same company. We're paying for it now and hope to God my kids will not have to in the future. Osama (Clinton), North Korea (Clinton), Haiti (Clinton)...... can you say expensive clean up? Is that the best you could do is have Al Gore endorse some screaming hyena?
I don't care about any WMD's what I care about is one less piece of crap in this world. Oh by the way where are all the human shields today? How come they're not still protesting? Because they're too busy collecting the Oscar. Get your priorities straight. I recommend the book.
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35 of 45 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on February 20, 2004
Format: Hardcover
I suspect that some of the cute people trashing this book 1) haven't read the thing, in which case they're being intellectually dishonest, or 2) have read the book and understand too well the implications therein - that they themselves help to uphold the evil which does actually exist (duh) in the world.
Most reviewers here fall into category one.
The category twos cannot be reached in any case (cough - Madeline Albright - cough).
The third possibility is that the reviewers are too stupid to understand, though the concepts of good and evil have been around as long as humanity. This would explain why some of them are distraught at the thought of any criticism by the French, despite the fact that France was partially to blame for the genocide in Rwanda and took part in the atrocities of the Holocaust during the Second World War.
Mr. Hannity does a pretty good job of showing why liberals in the three categories act as they do, and why the end result often supports dictators and terrorists. In the process, Mr. Hannity makes a strong case as to why liberals cannot be trusted with issues of national security.
To the "hard-ass" - We appreciate the fact that your true character (e.g. your arrogance, condescension, and vitriol) is coming out now. And since it is, the marginalization of your worldview should be that much more easily managed.
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