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“A spirited attack on lefty icons.” —New York Times
“An entertaining exposure . . . In a series of 11 profiles on leftist icons from Noam Chomsky and Al Franken to Hillary Clinton and Ted Kennedy, Schweizer reveals that the most vocal liberals do not practice what they preach.”
—The Weekly Standard
Everyone should read this to understand how narcissism, selfishness, hedonism and other lovely human weaknesses are successfully motivating a misguided public to unwittingly... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Anthony Hedayat
This is really not a book to be read. The thesis is scarcely news, at least not to those of us who wonder what on earth happened to the Gray Lady, which was once the U. S. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Interested customer
I was prompted to read this book after it was mentioned in an article about Michael Moore's divorce. I found it interesting as well as entertaining. Read morePublished 1 month ago by bruce s beck
Very enjoyable book. It's also funny.
It's rare to read an expose of leftist hypocrisy, which the liberal media doesn't tell us. Read more
The collection of investigations into the duplicitous nature of these liberal mouth pieces is enlightening to those of us that don't have time to do the research ourselves. Read morePublished 5 months ago by M A Griego
If it would have addressed the hypocracies of left, right, and other political parties it would have had wide appeal and not just another right smear of the left politically... Read morePublished 8 months ago by D. hamilton
Well researched, clearly stated. memorable. All these folks living false lives.
Their dirty little secrets are revealed, and sheds a much needed light for a long overdue... Read more
I bought this as a gag for a liberal friend, and he was not amused. We had a good laugh, though... it's all direct and unvarnished truth.Published 13 months ago by kmhorgan
This was an item on the list of books a person wanted for a present. I did not read it and can only attest to the fact that it arrived on timePublished 17 months ago by R. Champagne