“Governor Walker’s principled leadership and common-sense reforms are moving Wisconsin in the right direction.”
“He had the courage to take it on, even when it got ugly, and he never stopped.”
—Nikki Haley, governor of South Carolina
“Results matter. And that, more than anything else, explains why Scott Walker won.”
—Stephen Hayes, The Weekly Standard
"Most books by incumbent politicians are not worth the paper they never should have been written on. If, however, enough voters read Walker’s nonfiction thriller, it will make him a — perhaps the — leading candidate for his party’s 2016 presidential nomination."
—The Washington Post
MARC THIESSEN is the former chief speechwriter for President George W. Bush, a fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, a columnist for The Washington Post, and the author of Courting Disaster. He lives in Alexandria, Virginia, with his wife, Pamela, and their four children.
Interesting in the manner of seeing how propaganda in current politics is used and proliferated to coerce already agitated people, who after years of recession seek change. Read morePublished 7 hours ago by Lauren Christianson
Confirms my experience with union leaders. National news didn't provide this much detail. Washington could learn from this. XXxX xxxxPublished 4 days ago by Charles Noel
Governor Walker's story is both sobering and electrifying. We should consider this not only to be descriptive of what happened in one state but also prescriptive of what needs to... Read morePublished 5 days ago by TParker3neo
This should be a must read for all Americans. With politicians like Scott Walker there is still hope for this country.Published 9 days ago by Jack Kratsas
I bought this mainly to annoy the union bosses (plus the 400 something one-star reviewers who obviously didn't read it) but it turned out to be pretty good. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Grace Watts