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In the number one New York Times bestseller Deliver Us from Evil, Sean Hannity brings his trademark blend of passion and hard-hitting commentary to the continuing War on Terror abroad-and liberalism at home. Tracing the disgraceful history of appeasement from the days of Neville Chamberlain and Jimmy Carter to the unrepentant leftists of the modern Democratic Party, Hannity reminds us of the menace of widespread attitudes of accommodation, and he pays tribute to the great leaders who have defended our country ...
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In the number one New York Times bestseller Deliver Us from Evil, Sean Hannity brings his trademark blend of passion and hard-hitting commentary to the continuing War on Terror abroad-and liberalism at home. Tracing the disgraceful history of appeasement from the days of Neville Chamberlain and Jimmy Carter to the unrepentant leftists of the modern Democratic Party, Hannity reminds us of the menace of widespread attitudes of accommodation, and he pays tribute to the great leaders who have defended our country with strength, moral clarity, and courage. And in a new afterword on the 2004 election, he reveals why the Democrats imploded and the president prevailed-while urging Americans to stay the course and remain vigilant about the twin dangers of terrorism abroad and liberalism at home.
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Conservative Fox Television news host and bestselling author Hannity sees behind the ills of the world one cause: evil. And so Hannity joins the "neocon" chorus, positing that totalitarian regimes, such as Hussein's in Iraq, Hitler's Germany and the former Soviet Union, serve as breeding grounds for evil, thus justifying President Bush's policy of pre-emptive action against countries that could threaten American interests. Despite "irrefutable evidence," Hannity writes, today's liberals inexplicably doubt that "absolute evil truly exists," and instead foolishly cling to the idea that the world's problems might arise from social, psychological and cultural differences or from economic inequality. Fans of Hannity-Christian conservatives in particular-will no doubt embrace this straightforward call to arms. Many readers, however, will find Hannity's "irrefutable" evidence to be anything but, and his selective use of history and circular logic raise far more questions than it settles. Two final chapters examine what Hannity considers to be the dangerous, partisan policies espoused by the current slate of Democratic presidential candidates. For our democracy to survive, Hannity argues, we must root out terrorists and defeat evil totalitarian regimes before they can harm us-a theme that will no doubt play loudly this election season. (Feb.) Copyright 2004 Reed Business Information.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780060582517
  • Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
  • Publication date: 2/17/2004
  • Pages: 352
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 1.13 (d)

Meet the Author

Sean Hannity is the host of radio's The Sean Hannity Show and TV's Hannity, and the author of the New York Times bestsellers Deliver Us from Evil and Let Freedom Ring. His radio show is heard by roughly 13.5 million loyal listeners on 500 stations nationwide.

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Table of Contents

In the Spider Hole xi
1 Terrorism, Despotism, and Liberalism 1
2 Evil on the Record: The Holocaust 25
3 Fighting Communism: The Reagan Way 55
4 Iraq I: War and Appeasement 87
5 Axis Iraq: The New Appeasement 111
6 The Gathering Storm 149
7 Hillary and Bill Clinton 179
8 Playing Politics at the Water's Edge 213
9 The Candidates 237
Epilogue: What the Future Holds 275
Afterword 297
Notes 309
Acknowledgments 333
Index 339
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First Chapter

Deliver Us from Evil LP

Chapter One

Terrorism, Despotism, and Liberalism

Three years ago, evil surfaced in the Western world in a way it had not in six decades, since the day of infamy at Pearl Harbor. Americans were forced to confront pure human wickedness in a way we had not in generations. And in that moment we rose as one nation to the challenge -- led, fortunately, by a leader who had the clarity of vision to recognize that evil for what it was, and to rally America and the world against it. Even many of the most committed liberals seemed to have their compasses reoriented in the face of that unmistakable act of war and crime against humanity.

But nearly three years have passed. And in the intervening time our wounds have healed, our senses and memories dulled. The nation rallied behind its leader long enough to expel the state sponsors of evil in Afghanistan. Yet by the time the confrontation with Iraq presented itself, our courage and moral certainty seemed to fade in the face of partisan bickering and posturing. We toppled a murderous dictator in Iraq -- and yet now the political left and the Democratic Party are trying to use the demanding aftermath of the war to exploit our national cause for their own political advantage. How could we allow ourselves to forget so soon?

I decided to write this book because I believe it is our responsibility to recognize and confront evil in the world -- and because I'm convinced that if we fail in that mission it will lead us to disaster.

Evil exists. It is real, and it means to harm us. I believe this strongly, and not just because of my Catholic faith, although that's the root of it. When you work in the news business, you deal with the ugly side of life. Every day across your desk comes story after story about man's inhumanity to man, from mass murderers to child molesters to mothers who drown their children to husbands who murder their pregnant wives. These stories push the limits of our ability to imagine man's potential for depravity, and yet they are horrifically true.

Still, isolated events like these pale beside the pure evil of September 11. How could anyone witness the horrors of that day, or the mass graves discovered in Iraq after the fall of Saddam Hussein, and dismiss the idea of evil? And yet many people do -- most of them political liberals. Even when they can bring themselves to acknowledge the brutality of a venal tyrant such as Saddam Hussein, they qualify it. "We are not deny ng that Saddam is a repressive dictator," they say, "but we don't believe we should have attacked Iraq without giving him more time to comply with the U.N. resolutions." For the appeasement-minded liberals of our country, there's always a "but."

It's difficult for liberals to see such moral questions clearly, because most of them are moral relativists. They reject absolute standards of right and wrong. In their worldview, man is perfectible, human nature is on a linear path toward enlightenment, and the concept of sin is primitively biblical. In their view, society's unfairness compels people to break the law. To them people like Saddam and Osama bin Laden are not morally depraved murderers, but men driven to their bad acts by the injustices of Western society.

The emphasis is always on giving bad actors -- domestic and foreign -- the benefit of the doubt, never on personal accountability. After all, if we can blame external circumstances or internal imbalance, then we can avoid the messy business of calling the evildoers to account. This kind of thinking s all too familiar from our courtrooms at home. The justice system today is crawling with "experts" eager to exonerate the most heinous criminals on the grounds that they're "genetically predisposed" to murder, rape, take drugs, or otherwise endanger the welfare of others; the media fills its airwaves with liberal advocates eager to sympathize with murderers on death row, instead of the families of the innocent victims.

The trouble with tolerating evil, of course, is that while we're averting our eyes, the evil itself only grows and festers around the world. This has been true throughout history. Neville Chamberlain assured a wary England that an appeasement pact with Adolf Hitler would lead to "peace n our time."Cold War liberal elitists ignored or downplayed the atrocities of communism, from the gulag of "Uncle Joe" Stalin to the killing fields of Cambodia. Bill Clinton stood idly by while Islamic terrorists attacked American targets throughout the 1990s, in a long prelude that should have alerted us to their burgeoning war on America.

The primary evil we face today is terrorism. But we will never triumph over the terrorists until we realize that groups like al Qaeda are not working alone. Wthout the deep pockets of terrorist-friendly dictatorships like Saddam Hussein's Iraq to support them, the loose networks of Islamic terrorism would pose only a fraction of the danger to civilization they currently do. And those dictatorships, we must realize, are the same brutal regimes that have oppressed their own people for generations.

As President Bush has declared, we can no longer wait around for terrorists to attack us. We must take the war to them, rooting them out of their swamps and destroying the despotic regimes that furnish their lifeblood.

But the president also warned that this would be a war like no other. It would be fought on a variety of levels, against a largely invisible and unconventional enemy. Sometimes our efforts would be conducted out in the open, for all to see; at other times, though, they would be as invisible to the public as the terrorists themselves ...

Deliver Us from Evil LP. Copyright © by Sean Hannity. Reprinted by permission of HarperCollins Publishers, Inc. All rights reserved. Available now wherever books are sold.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 27, 2004

    Great book for women trying to learn about politics

    Fun, fast and informative read. Not boring like a lot of political books can be. Sean also backs all of his ideas and points with facts so it doesn't come off as right-wing opinions. The book also lays out some very important things to consider if you really want to keep yourself and America safe from terrorism. It will help you understand the very real dangers that exist in your everyday world.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 22, 2005

    FABULOUS

    I loved this book! I am a big Sean Hannity fan. I listen to his radio show and watch him on 'Hannity and Colmes' nightly on Fox News Channel. Democrats definitely are stirring in their seats after reading this one. If it were possible to convert Democrats over to our side, this book would be the instrument in doing so!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 22, 2005

    Sear Hannity is right on

    A hard hitting look at what America is facing in the war on terror and what must be done to stop the spread of evil. This book is riveting and gave me so much food for thought. Provocative and enlightening. I enjoyed every word.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 5, 2004

    Outstanding truthful book that Liberals don't want you to read!

    This was an outstanding book from cover to cover and slams the door on supposed 'free thinking' liberals every where! Liberalism isn't just an alternative way of thinking... it's also a cancer that is destroying the very fabric of this once great nation. Liberlism if left unchecked will lead to the ultimate down fall of the United States and the slavery of her people. This book will inform you of the attacks and methods of liberalism and how it all got slipped into the main stream of thinking. Don't miss this book... and pay no mind to most of the 'one star' ratings... it's quite obvious a great percentage of them did not read the book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 29, 2004

    excellent!

    In order for Sean to discuss the future threat of terrorism in our world, he looks back through history and contrasts the conservative and liberal approach toward the people who threaten our liberty. I found it to be an excellent read and I would definately recommend it to anyone I know.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 27, 2004

    Think for Yourself

    I am not a democrat or republican, because I decided long ago I would think for myself and not form with the platform of one of the parties. I read this book as a favor to my mother-in-law, who is a very strong republican, and because I am going to watch Fahrenheit 9/11 so I figured it was only fair to hear both sides. However, every page seemed to only anger me more than the previous one already had. I found it extremely insulting, which is sad considering I am not even a part of the democratic party of whom he never missed a beat to tear down and morally condemn. I do consider myself as more of a passive person when it comes to war. And somehow, this view of compassion, automatically means I embrace terrorism and evil. Now I wouldn't ever say there isn't a lot of evil in the world but Hannity continuously says that because I'm more liberal, I do just that. Like we all live in this little make believe world. Just because we're not a Republican doesn't mean we don't see what's going on in the world. We just think a different approach might save more innocent lives. What is wrong with not wanting to see more innocent people die? Why am I condoning evil because I think that killing more innocent people in search of those who killed our innocents may not be the best solution. I'm sorry, but I found this continuous reminder very offensive. I do believe there is a time for war but that definitely doesn't mean I will ever support a leader who is eager to jump into it for his own personal reasons and use the grief and anger from something as tragic as 9/11 or the Holocaust to cover this personal agenda. The fact that he claims it is for the American people and tries to call those who don't support it cowards makes me ill. I found his constant remarks that every Demacratic leader has failed the american people, and basically saying that all Republican presidents were saints, quite hysterical. I also find it interesting that he continuously states Bush has the American people's best interest in mind, and yet what is he doing to help us. Maybe Bush should try to make jobs for the thousands of unemployed. Maybe he should try to help our struggling economy. Maybe he should stop letting foreign imports dissolve what's left of hard working laborers in our country. And maybe he should stop trying to make the rich richer and the poor poorer. The worst thing about the book is the fact that it just drips with hypocracy. Hannity repeatedly says that all Democrats actions are purely for political gain, when that is in fact all his book is for. He hides it well at first, but it always comes back to vote for Bush, do the 'morally correct' thing. Plus he states over and over how as a Christian, he thinks evil needs to be stopped. I'm a Christian and I don't have the urge to kill anyone I think is 'evil'. But what mostly disturbed me was that I have a hard time believing he is a good, loving Christian when he clearly states how he despises anyone who isn't a Republican and has a different opinion as him. Doesn't seem that he lives or thinks in a Christian mindset but rather becomes just like the people he opposes throughout the his whole book, using it for political gain rather than truly caring about the cause. He is clearly a hypocrit and definitely needs to stop condemning everyone who doesn't allow Republicans to shove their beliefs down their throats. Hannity, Stop being a sheep and think for yourself.

    1 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 24, 2004

    EXCELLENT AND MOVING!

    I was really moved by this story. For the people that gave it one star, well all I have to say is, nobody is perfect. Don't let the people who gave this book 1 star fool you. This was an excellent book and I couldn't have written it better.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 9, 2004

    The truth hurts but you can't argue...

    Hannity has the most important thing going for him, his knowledge of the past and the founding of this nation. He begins the book with correct form by referencing the founding fathers and their take on the government and democracy they created. He creates a 'ladder' through the book connecting various moral ideas with a good amount of fact sprinkled in. As his timeline advances he focuses mostly on the 20th Century and how great presidents destroyed communism and Hitler. He consistently hits his points: there is always right and wrong, no grey area, tolerance is the lack thereof, and america's intrest sometimes has to be defended or enforced by force. Hannity is a huge conservative BUT you can't argue with truth and in this book truth is what you get.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 28, 2004

    Sean Gives a History Lesson by telling the Truth!

    'Deliver Us from Evil' is a wonderful history book. It reminds us all about the evil in the world by reviewing what happened in Hitler¿s Germany, Cold War Communism, and Saddam¿s Iraq. Many today forget these lessons and want to appease current evil by looking the other way or trying to negotiate with them. Sean illustrates that evil exists and we need to be prepared militarily to fight for Democracy and American freedom at home and around the world. Please read this book! Could be entitled ¿What They Don¿t Teach in History Class.¿

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 31, 2007

    Master Of Puppets

    I read the synopsis and I immediately saw this guy is a hate-freak. Read ANY international online newspaper, namely BBC, Japan Times, New Zealand Herald, and you'll see a clearly different viewpoint of things. There's the American media, then there is everyone else's. Neo conservative/ religious fanatics are all about violating every civil right in existance and making tremendous profit at our expense. Reading a book full of half-truths will only further alienate Americans from their full potential. Do yourself a favour and let this book collect dust at the stores. You'll find far more truth in science fiction. (namely Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and Babylon 5)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 30, 2007

    Wow...in a bad way

    Hopefully this book is some sort of extended joke. I guess it's good that current events can show how ridiculous this attempt at writing really is. But that's why it is currently priced at two dollars. As far as previous posts, I wouldn't listen to someone who claims to be 'an' patriot. This is an opinion based book that, at best, depicts weakly constructed arguments with little evidence of meaningful research by the author. Steer clear.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 13, 2005

    about as factual as Michael Moore

    This book is about as random, short-sighted and ridiculous as Sean Hannity's radio and tv shows. Are we really supposed to believe that liberals are knowingly trying to destroy the country? I find these books (liberal or conservative) insulting to the intelligence of Americans. But since books by Al Franken, Ann Coulter and Hannity sell, American Intelligence is probably an oxymoron.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 7, 2005

    Clear thinking is all you need

    It is sad that moderate thinkers get offended when they read a book that shows them they are on the wrong side of history. Are we not supposed to learn from the past? Believe me, no one likes war, and Hannity is no exception. Yes, the book was averagely-written (sorry, Sean - NOTE: it's SEAN, not Shawn!), but most people don't expect Tolstoy when they're reading political books. Hannity does an admirable job of showing what we have learned from the past about defending and protecting ourselves against terrorism. Please try this book with an open mind. 'If you're seventeen and not liberal, you don't have a heart; If you're forty and not conservative, you don't have a brain.' - Winston Churchill

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 20, 2004

    Puzzlingly Profound, Strangely Inspiring

    Rodriguez Times calls it weak, The Jones Tribune calls it sad, I call it strange, an emotional rollercoaster. The part about Shawn's struggle to to define himself as a lost child brought me to tears. A little boy brainwashed as a child into believing that the Democrats are good. Its just so sad. Good for Shawn. Writing this book got out the demons of such a bad childhood. It talks about it all, those liberals are just jealous. Although Shawn has the syntax of a three year old, I knew exactly what he ment. I gives hope to the masses, that with little to no education their opinion still counts. I'm inspired.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 27, 2004

    I'd prefer to rate it with '0' stars

    The only evil we need to be delivered from is Hannity's malice and hatred from any opinion that is not his. Thank God we still live in a country where we are allowed to say and speak what we want - Although if we have to endure four more years of a Bush administration, that will likely change.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 17, 2004

    Not what I expected...Very Irresponsible

    I consider myself independant in my political views, so I'm not approaching this from a biased perspective when I say I was very disappointed in this book. I have never really listened to Hannity's radio show but I decided to check this book out because he seems to be a fast-rising face of political commentary. With that being said I was disturbed by this book. Hannity and his research staff show a blatant disregard for facts. Repeatedly he makes generalized (often false) claims and supports them with 1) no facts or 2) incomplete and misleading facts. I understand he has a certain type of crowd he plays to, but he owes them more than what he gives them. These people believe in him and everything that comes out of his mouth. That is a responsibility that he should take more seriously. If your a Hannity fan or right-wing extremist you will probably love this book. On the other hand, if you are a reasonable, thinking individual don't waste your money. Look somewhere else if you want good, RESPONSIBLE political commentary.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 22, 2004

    Aggorant

    The book is same as the man. His aggorance knows no bounds.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 20, 2004

    Awesome

    Hannity's book exposes the threat of terrorism today but also how it has affected the world decades before! This is an well written book that exposes liberals for what they are!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 6, 2004

    GOOD BOOK FOR BRAINWASHED ROBOTS

    If you don't like to think for yourself and want to let the simple-minded think for you, this book is for you!!! But, if you had the desire to get a realistic picture, you'd have to actually do some research and see what others are saying and why-including people in other countries. Don't accept what the Corporate-Owned media tells you - check other sources-'terrorism' and U.S. foreign policy are complicated subjects. Anyone who is offering easy answers should be questioned, WHETHER IT IS MICHAEL MOORE OR THIS OBVIOUSLY BIASED WRITER... Killing people is wrong no matter WHO does it. Thousands have died and will die because of the way our Gov't handles things. What does the phrase ' war economy' actually mean? THINK FOR YOURSELF PLEASE!!! Even if you believe in God- don't you think he gave us a brain so we can use it?

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 10, 2004

    Not great

    Bush compared to FDR? It's things like this that make this book completley not worth the time it took to print it. The title itself show Mr. Hannity's agenda in writing this piece.

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