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"Michelle Caruso-Cabrera’s splendid book, You Know I’m Right, is all about economic freedom in pursuit of life, liberty, and happiness. She knows that the principles of freedom set down by the Founders must, as Reagan frequently reminded us, be at the very heart of American recovery."
--From the foreword by Larry Kudlow
Michelle can be seen everyday by finances’ biggest brokers and millions of Americans on her show -- right in the middle of the trading day. She also reports for NBC Nightly News and Telemundo. After years of experience, she has a deeply entrenched network of contacts that bring her to the center of every story that breaks on Wall Street. Her address book reads like a who’s who of business titans and she is integrated into their world, providing her intimate access. It was through these contacts she broke the story that Ezra Merkin had to resign as Chairman of GMAC because of his ties to Bernie Madoff.
Michelle’s career started as a stringer for the New York Times and from there she went on to be an investigative reporter in Miami and Tampa. Michelle is a graduate of Wellesley College where she received a degree in economics.
Her logic on that issue is just as flawed as the logic in this book.
The author provides a well-researched book, chock full of facts (which I like), yet written in a very readable, conversational and pleasant tone.
I strongly recommend this book to all americans and I wish more politicians would read it.
I absolutely loved reading this book. If you are looking for an easy to understand, not overly academic, breakdown of some of the major problems facing the US, this book is... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Maluman
Excellent Read. There does need to be less government...less Federal Government. We are a republic of 50 independent democratic states. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Dr.Stanley Toompas
I'm all for more prosperity, but for someone to insist that less government is the answer is naive.
You know who has less government than the United States? Read more
Basically what this book is about is fellating the rich and giant corporations at the expense of everyone else. Read morePublished on October 15, 2011 by Book buyer
Michelle presents some great ideas to solve the problems facing our nation today. The funny thing is that none of the solutions are too complicated.Published on October 13, 2011 by Elrod
Michelle lays out some free-market based ideas that could go a long way to solving or alleviating many of the pressing issues our Nation faces. Read morePublished on September 2, 2011 by Leo House
I have watched you for years on CNBC, and was sorry to see Markist Mika give your book the brush-off on MORNING JOE, which I eased watching after Mark Halperen was sent into exile... Read morePublished on August 12, 2011 by Jack Mason
The author wants to live in a country without the federal departments of education, commerce, energy, transportation, and housing and urban development, while also getting rid of... Read morePublished on January 16, 2011 by Alexander S Funaro
The author provides a well-researched book, chock full of facts (which I like), yet written in a very readable, conversational and pleasant tone. Read morePublished on November 22, 2010 by CE