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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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Hannity is a younger, East Coast version of Rush Limbaugh. Like Limbaugh, he has strongly conservative political views and forceful communication skills. As host of a radio show on WCBS in New York and co-host of a program on Fox News, Hannity has an excellent sense of how his audience hears his words. While that can be seen in this work, the production seems more like highlights from radio broadcasts than the reading of a formal text. Throughout the work, he reads comfortably and conversationally. As for content, the book defends the Bush Administration on most matters and is, in general, a compendium of conservative political views with some biographical details thrown in for good measure. M.L.C. © AudioFile 2003, Portland, Maine-- Copyright © AudioFile, Portland, Maine --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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Product Details

  • Paperback: 352 pages
  • Publisher: William Morrow Paperbacks; 1 edition (February 17, 2004)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0060735651
  • ISBN-13: 978-0060735654
  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.9 x 9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (646 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,509,294 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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98 of 132 people found the following review helpful By Edwin C. Pauzer VINE VOICE on July 10, 2006
Format: Hardcover
In Let Freedom Ring, Sean Hannity sends out the subliminal message that he and his writing are about truth, justice, and the American way. The cover is cloaked in red, white and blue, and the title represents everything true and good about him and America. Liberals he concedes are loving parents, good people, hard workers, but misguided. (He actually is far kinder than Savage here.) But they just don't know how to defend or lead a country. For his five-star reviewers his message reinforces any pre-conceived beliefs and Hannity's words, not his sources, validate those beliefs.

If this was written by a ghost writer, he should have withheld payment. If it wasn't written by a ghostwriter, Hannity should have one for his next attempt at literary hyperbole because this reads like a collection of poorly constructed arguments based on faulty, unwarranted assumptions.

The first chapter is written in a maudlin, "those-were-the-good-old-days" wistfulness of his immigrant grandfather whom he describes as an honest man of integrity, and a believer in the American dream. But before you can say "Erin Go Braugh" he is talking about the courage of George W. Bush for standing up to terrorism. Exactly how G.W. does, he doesn't elaborate. How he morphs from grandfather to Dubbya is almost magical.

Hannity's next trick is to impugn Clinton and Gore as being soft on terrorism. His source for this is, of all people, Dick Morris who knew the Clintons and now works for the Fox Republican Advocacy Network. He quotes Morris who makes such vague statements as "It seemed they were afraid of talking about terrorism," or "they seemed to be indifferent to terrorism." These "Morris mind-reads" are conjectural, but Hannity quotes them as if they are undisputed fact.
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14 of 18 people found the following review helpful By kaabee on September 25, 2002
Format: Hardcover
This is an excellent book for those who actually choose to think rather than regurgitate the mantra of the left. Hannity has writing skills and argues passionately and forcefully for what he believes, and in fact,is right and just. He uses clear arguments to point out the fallacy and fiction of "liberal" beliefs and examines the consequences of those lofty individuals and anointed elite whose laws and actions play mischief on liberty and freedom in this country, usually with horrible consequences to those very individuals that they pretend to help. He shines the light of truth on the cockroaches of tyranny. Well done Sean, well done.
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31 of 42 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on October 19, 2002
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Hi! I just wanted to say, though a little biased himself, Sean Hannity seems to be honest, and seems to be trying to tell it like it is. He's much like Michael Moore, but on the opposite side of the same coin, and not as funny, or outrageous. This is a book that everyone who has read Michael Moore's, "Stupid White Men", should read. And, maybe it's just my small "i" independent thinking, but I really do think both sides ought to get their values back into perspective -- re-institute the standard -- by reading Norman Thomas Remick's metaphore of what it means to be an American, "West Point: Character Leadership Education, A Book Developed From The Readings And Writings Of Thomas Jefferson". Thank you.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Magellan HALL OF FAMETOP 1000 REVIEWER on September 4, 2002
Format: Hardcover
First, I'd like to start off by saying that I'm neither a hard-line republican or democrat, or a political ideologue of any particular stripe. I tend to vote by issue and qualifications rather than by party, and therefore I've voted for independent, democrat and republican presidents over the last 30 years. So I'm sort of all over the map poltically, in that sense.
... I found myself reading Hannity's book, and I found it interesting reading in a way I hadn't expected. Although I don't always agree with him, Hannity's book is by a compelling and committed young writer who does seem to care about the issues, and wants to get his message across. I will give him credit for that. There is no doubt, after reading his book, where he stands on any of the issues. And although I don't always take the republican or democratic line, I did agree with some of his opinions.
My problem with the book is different. I understand we live in dangerous times, underscored by the events of 9/11. I realize we need a strong defense and strong leaders, and that's where I have a problem. People tend to equate strength with carrying a big stick. As Teddy Rooseveldt said, one should speak softly but carry a big stick. While that may be true, the U.S. is also probably the last country left in the world strong enough to force its will on the world, politically or militarily. If we're going to do that, we need to make sure what we're doing is right.
I think we did the right thing in Afganistan, for example, although I often think the U.S. too often clumsily meddles in the affairs of foreign countries. (Where are the Talleyrands when you need them?) Anyway, I am certainly, under the circumstances, for a strong defense and military, and for taking action in situations like this, but I'd also like to see the U.S.
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35 of 48 people found the following review helpful By Michael R. Chernick on January 22, 2008
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The title of my review is in the promo of his radio show and does aptly describe him. I have listened to Hannity on WABC on my drive home from work each day but only for 1 hour. I have only been partially Hannitized. I have also on occasion watched parts of the Hannity and Colmes show on the Fox News network. Any regular listener of his show would know what to expect in this book. It is a clear and uninterrupted account of his views. The book presents his views on politics, abortion, the war on terrorism, American education, etc. The theme is the danger he sees in members of the liberal left wing of the Democratic Party. He has his facts right and present his case well.
I am a middle of the road Democrat, so there is a "but" coming in my comments. On some issues his interpretation is dead wrong and I think that his tactics somewhat like those of Ann Coulter paint an exaggerated picture of evil and danger on the left just as they rightfully complain about the dangerous and evil picture the Democrats effectively portray of conservatives.

First, I agree with him about the moral decay in the country, I agree that our primary and secondary school education needs an overhaul and I agree that some Democrats like Tom Daschle hold extreme views and could be dangerous if they ascend to the Presidency. I disagree with him on his admiration of Reagan and North and his deamonizing of Hilliary Clinton. Hilliary and Bill Clinton do come across as phonies but their politics is not dangerous to America.

To make my point, Hannity believes that it was Reagan's efforts to build up the Defense Department that led to the end of the cold war. He also thinks that the Democrats that supported unilateral arms reduction put the nation at risk. I see it differently.
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