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Taking America Back: A Radical Plan to Revive Freedom, Morality, and Justice Paperback – Bargain Price, September 30, 2005
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From Publishers Weekly
It's time for a revolution, declares Farah, co-author of This Land is Our Land: How to End the War on Private Property and founder of WorldNetDaily.com ("an independent newssite committed to...reporting on government waste, fraud and abuse"). In this fiery volume, he calls on Americans to embrace God, get government out of their lives and clean up the moral wasteland he feels the country has become. Beginning and ending with a firm belief in the Constitution and the power of religious faith, Farah stakes out a rigidly populist view of reform as he rails against conservatives and libertarians alike (while reserving special venom for liberals) for undermining the country's strength, its moral core and the "revolutionary creed of freedom and responsibility" on which it was founded. Indeed, Farah feels that the federal government is "intentionally encouraging and spreading immorality" and "turning us into slaves." His proposal for change includes, but is not limited to: abolishing the income tax and the IRS, withdrawing from all international treaties and institutions, repealing all gun laws and ending federal funding for schools, the arts, conservation, housing and agriculture. What's left, you ask? Farah calls for churches and religious institutions to assume a broader role in molding the national character, including actively censoring the entertainment industry and having a direct role in education and family life. There's certainly a choir out there to whom Farah can preach, but most readers will find both his positions and his rhetoric uncomfortably extreme.
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"A book whose time has come. It speaks in ordinary language to ordinary Americans as to how we're losing our liberties and what we must do to get them back." Professor Walter E. Williams, George Mason University
"A thought-provoking recipe for reclaiming America's heritage of liberty and self-governance." Rush Limbaugh
"A must-read for anyone who wonders how we can expand liberty and reclaim the vision of our founders." Sean Hannity
"Joseph Farah and I share a fierce passion for protecting our children and a belief that without the Ten Commandments there would be no U.S. Constitution or Bill of Rights." Dr. Laura C. Schlessinger
Despite America's greatness, it faces serious problems. The traditional family is attacked on every side. Ever-increasing higher taxes continue to burden an ever-shrinking group of hardworking citizens. Our public schools have become a conduit for anti-family, anti-religious, and anti-moral propaganda. The entertainment industry pours immorality and violence into the minds of our children.
Taking America Back is a blueprint for "reclaiming" America piece by piece, one day at a time, one battle at a time. It is a call for radical, revolutionary action on the part of all who are brave enough to look reality in the eye and take actionnowto protect the values and principles that made America great.
Top customer reviews
This 207 page book ought to be required reading for everyone. Joseph Farah tells what has gone wrong in America over time and uses examples to support his argument. While I don't agree with everything he writes, I found his book very easy to read, easy to understand and not so easy to put down. He caused me to re-think my own up-bringing and made me realize I have children. The simplest thing I read seemed extremely appropriate to today; Thinking you're open minded means NOT being intolerant of another point of view. To those who do not know, no explanation will do, to those who know, no explanation is needed. A very good book.