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The Enemy Within: Saving America from the Liberal Assault on Our Churches, Schools, and Military Paperback – March 6, 2005
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Statements as bombastic as these deserve to be backed up with substance and well-thought out arguments, yet Savage offers little more than an anecdote or two before moving on to the next rant. This is not to say he doesn't make some good points or highlight blatant abuses by government, questionable suits brought by the ACLU, or morally bankrupt product coming out of Hollywood, but one can't help noticing that several shades of gray have been left out of his black-and-white arguments. Due to this lack of hard facts and background, Savage's book is not particularly convincing. Still, Savage does consistently challenge readers with controversial opinions and conclusions, so it would be a shame for potential readers to dismiss his book simply on ideological grounds alone. And if he really sets your blood boiling, you can always call him up on his show and take him to task. --Shawn Carkonen --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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Why? Savage has really done his homework, digging up the dirt on the Hollywood Idiots who are waging a war on our war against terrorism; he exposes the educational Czarina's who shove condoms on cucumbers down the throats of children-just wait until you see what public schools are teaching the kids in sex ed starting in kindergarden; and, for those who survive high school, Savage takes you on a wild ride through the college campus scene where hookers are guest speakers at Ivy League schools, where U.C. Berkley now offers a minor in "transgender-gay-bi-leso" studies, and where classes in porn with trips to strip clubs have replaced Plato.
And that's just for starters.
He'll get you hollowing mad at The Dogs of Hate-those "mean-faced, clipped haired" libs who live to censor the faith and freedoms of those who happen to embrace religion. And you'll find his research into the way the Centers for Disease Control is abusing our tax dollars nothing short of alarming. Then again, some sheeple have trouble coping with the facts. Which is probably why Savage wisely documented every last powerful jab of truth.
Savage is a master storyteller who never fails to entertain even while unleashing a verbal-tongue of the Red Diaper Doper Babies, PETA, the ACLU and other hard-left, facist-leaning psychopaths who are attempting to hijack America with their weapons of mass deconstruction.
Savage often takes phone calls from people who lived in the former Soviet Union and I am on of those people.
Recently, a woman called from San Francisco. She got her degree in Communist Philosophy from a Moscow university and even she could not believe the extent of liberal propaganda in the academic establishments here.
Read this book if you still care for America and want to know how to defend it against its enemies. If thou knowest thine enemies, so to speak, you are better prepared to face them when they come knockin'.
If your tired of the Welfare Bums taking your tax dollars,
If you want to save America's BORDERS LANGUAGE, AND CULTURE, read The Enemy Within!
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My husband won't put it down. He's enjoying it! Got this through Amazon warehouse. Great price!Published 1 day ago by Jennifer
good book, but not up to date. I did a lot of skipping over thingsPublished 2 months ago by Jack Nichols