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Feeding Lions: Sharing the Conservative Philosophy in a Politically Hostile World Paperback – January 29, 2009
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Top Customer Reviews
history of America from its past, and to the present. It is indeed an
essential wake-up call to all Americans in the political arena for a
stronger government to return to the renewal of morals and values that
once built America. The author clearly presents accurate research as he
compares the different views from the eyes of a conservative, and the
eyes of a liberal. Most important, he demonstrates through personal
experience how those differences between the two parties affected world
events, making this country what it has become today. Paul A. Ibbetson
penned an intriguing novel, based on life's lessons as he points to the
building blocks of American responsibility. He draws an imaginery line
between liberalism and conservatism in America as he walks the reader
through critical issues of today, while describing how the conservative
movement and liberal ideals contributed to the morality of American
culture. I recommend this book to anyone who is interested in learning
about the political value systems that move America, and how moral courage is affected, based on solid research. Did the Hippie culture
and liberal bias affect standards in America? How did our higher
instirutions change? Did the Regan administration, or Bush's beliefs
on terrorism contribute to the shape America is in today? In a brilliant
presentation, the author covers The Fairness Doctrine, and The War On Terror. With extensive research, he presents documentation on The Patriot
Act, and views on global warming. To continue to peek the interest of the
reader, Paul A. Ibbetson describes with perfection the Border Security
issue in the United States.Read more ›
Without trying to hide who he is from anyone who picks up this book, Paul managed to write a book that will captivate readers of any political slant. He states from the very beginning that this book is based on his view and the lessons he's learned through life, which he shares throughout.
A lot more approachable then his last, more technical release (Living Under the Patriot Act: Educating a Society), Feeding Lions gives a look into the views of a man raised from conservative roots in the very heart of America. From his first run-in with the hippie culture to his discussion of liberal bias in today's higher education institutions and from his views of Reagan's presidency to Bush's stand against terrorism, Paul manages to express how he reached the views he did and why he will stick by them until the very end.
For those who do not understand the basics of the conservative movement to those who may just want another view of those beliefs, I highly recommend that you pick up Feeding Lions.
A wonderful book that i'd recommend for all to read. You do not have to be interested in politics to become addicted to every single chapter.
Buy this book and read it twice. (Liberals, read it as many times as it takes)
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A fifth graders view of the world. Stuning in it's simplistic arguments and breadth of conclusions.Published on July 24, 2014 by S. Ehringer
I recommend this book to anyone who is a budding conservative, a long-term conservative, or a hardcore liberal. To the liberals.... Read morePublished on January 24, 2010 by Humble Servant
A thought-provoking, well-written, and often humorous collection of articles can be found in "Feeding Lions: Sharing the Conservative Philosophy in a Politically Hostile World" by... Read morePublished on May 20, 2009 by cheryl c malandrinos
Feeding Lions was an interesting book with alot of good solid research. I liked the analogy of the zoo. Read morePublished on March 16, 2009 by Becky L. Mckibbin