> How media bias in the 2004 Kerry/Bush race was so overwhelming as to make a mockery of "journalistic ethics"
> How liberal Hollywood has triedand failedto read conservatives out of the industry
> How right-of-center students are turning the tables on their left-wing profs at campuses across the nation
> How the liberal monopoly has been broken beyond all repair by Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Laura Ingraham, Ann Coulter, FOX News, and the blogosphere
> How hysterical liberal accusations of conservative "bigotry" and "hate" have boomeranged against the Left
> How media and academic liberalsseeing their monopoly on information and communication disappearinghave embraced extremism and conspiracy-mongering As Brian C. Anderson demonstrates, the New York Times, the big networks, and the rest of the elite liberal media can no longer set the terms of the nations political and cultural debate. The liberal medias monolithic power has cracked and brokenand freedom and conservative ideas are breaking out all over. So sit back, pour yourself a drink, and savor South Park Conservatives. The liberal media has never looked so likely to head for the ash heap of history as now. South Park Conservatives: The Revolt against Liberal Media Bias is an inside peek at how conservatives and the politically incorrect "anti-liberals" are starting to win the culture warand are having fun doing it.
As a big fan of South Park and a big fan of emerging media's role in allowing all viewpoints to be expressed, I really thought I'd like this. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Mark
This book is fun to read, and very quick. It is a little out of date, relating mostly to the Clinton and Bush 43 presidencies, but looking back to the "glory days" of network news... Read morePublished on March 8, 2011 by M. Heiss
Not a lot to this book. Like several other reviewers I was drawn in by the title (not a big fan of the show, but the book sounded interesting). Read morePublished on December 28, 2008 by anonymous
I was not sure what to expect on this one. I don't agree completely on the Libertarian viewpoint but it was funny and pulls-no-punches on what is wrong in this PC-nonsense world we... Read morePublished on March 26, 2008 by HeyArthurWhiteside
Although I bought this book looking to see insight on what the next generation of American conservatives may be, the book overall looses focus and tends to point out the obvious... Read morePublished on September 26, 2007 by Shane Carpenter
South Park Conservatives is a gem of a book; short, to the point, and leaving its reader (so long as you're right of center) with a renewed sense of hope. Read morePublished on June 8, 2007 by Just Another Republican
This book was given to me and almost got sent to the thrift store. I've never watched much South Park and I'm kinda tired of political books. Read morePublished on March 12, 2007 by ironman96
Before I begin, let me assure you, as the author does, that this book is not (entirely) about South Park, nor does it take its fuel from the characters and situations therein. Read morePublished on January 17, 2007 by Kelly L. Norman
Until Bernard Goldberg published BIAS, it was pretty well taken for granted that the hegemony that the liberal left had over the major media was so all-powerful and pervasive that... Read morePublished on November 26, 2006 by Martin Asiner