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Larry Klayman, Esq., founder and former chairman of the successful non-profit foundations Judicial Watch and of Freedom Watch, has dedicated his career to fighting against injustice and restoring ethics to the legal profession and government. He has brought lawsuits against Bill and Hillary Clinton, Dick Cheney, Hugo Chavez and OPEC, among others.
This book is full of interesting facts and shows just how bad things truly are.
Well written book, with many facets - Humor, outrage, sadness and much more. Read more
I am a libertarian and a cynic, so I might be considered a natural audience for this book. In fact, I believe that what Mr. Klayman has written is essentially true. However, Mr. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Avid Reader
The truth is frightening if you are not sure of your personal religious convictions. After the last election ''you get the government you deserve" applies to the 37% of... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Water Baby
Informative but somehow falls a little short on details of his griefs against the current leaders of Judicial Watch. Actually would give it 3.5Published 15 months ago by Robert Byrns
For as long as I can remember political writers and TV pundits beat around the bush about the corruption in the US Congress, the administrative agencies and the dealings in the... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Lew R. Cook
Admit it: You want this book because it says "whore" in the title, and you want to live on the edge. Read morePublished 22 months ago by S3
Worst waste of twenty bucks I've spent in years. I thought the writer might at least try to get a few facts straight instead of the way he wrote it.Published 22 months ago by John
This is a tedious, self-aggrandizing piece of work. This book is not worth the price or time investment to read it. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Mojocrat
This book is awesome. Klayman is well-schooled in the (in)justice system, and points out some REAL problems with our gov't and judiciary. A good read.Published on August 23, 2013 by John Kapis