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Goldberg, whether in writing books, opinion writer for syndicated newspapers or in appearance on tv can be trusted.Published 15 hours ago by raymond yust
This volume is engagingly written, trenchantly (or blow up) logical, and quite informative. As intended, it serves as a kind of intellectual expose of that maddeningly vapid... Read morePublished 29 days ago by James W. Andrews
While not as detailed and academic as Liberal Fascism, this is a well supported journey through common social cliches and euphemisms that Goldberg analyzes and weighs in the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Joe Mulvihill
An enjoyable read that is simultaneously aggravatingly informative. Mr. Goldberg writes in a style that is fun and entertaining. The subject is aggravating for its accuracy.Published 1 month ago by Stephen G. Walsh
A much needed short and precise take on liberal discourse, with informed references and clever analysis.
Recommended for conservatives and liberals alike.
Funny and surprisingly learned. You cannot read this with an open mind and not come away more informed about the toxic shibboleths currently employed in our political discourse. Read morePublished 1 month ago by The F7 Pawn
Worth every moment spent reading, re-reading, and discussing with family! Highly recommended to anyone looking to look at the honest side of life, politics, and the social mores... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Andrew Barker