Red State Uprising: How to Take Back America

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“Insightful and timely, Red State Uprising: How to Take Back America is no typical sky–is–falling analysis of big government. Erickson and Uhler dig deep to diagnose not only what the problems are, but how they came to be—and candidly examine the contributions of both Democrats and Republicans to the disastrous state of governance in America today. Even better, though, they offer solutions for downsizing the government, electing true conservatives, and reclaiming our heritage as citizens in the land of ...

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Overview

“Insightful and timely, Red State Uprising: How to Take Back America is no typical sky–is–falling analysis of big government. Erickson and Uhler dig deep to diagnose not only what the problems are, but how they came to be—and candidly examine the contributions of both Democrats and Republicans to the disastrous state of governance in America today. Even better, though, they offer solutions for downsizing the government, electing true conservatives, and reclaiming our heritage as citizens in the land of opportunity.”—Rush Limbaugh

“Erick Erickson and Lewis K. Uhler’s insights on American conservatism are mandatory reading for everyone committed to limited government and Reagan conservatism. Red State Uprising: How to Take Back America is a call to arms for everyone who believes in the enduring values of the conservative movement today.”—U.S. Congressman Mike Pence

Red State Uprising: How to Take Back America should be required reading for anyone who’s fed up with Washington’s reckless policies and wants to do something about it. Erick Erickson and Lewis K. Uhler are fearless conservatives who expose big government politicians in both parties and sound the alarm on runaway spending, debt, and government intrusion into our lives. Red State Uprising taps into the American awakening taking place across the nation and provides an action plan for grassroots activists and a new generation of conservative leaders to take back their country.” —U.S. Senator Jim DeMint

Red State Uprising presents a way forward to reclaim the mantle of fiscal responsibility by focusing on right-sizing government through free market reforms, spending reductions, and political activism by newly empowered voters concerned by our country’s direction.”—Dr. Arthur B. Laffer

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781596986268
  • Publisher: Regnery Publishing
  • Publication date: 9/20/2010
  • Pages: 238
  • Sales rank: 1,211,849
  • Product dimensions: 6.30 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 1.20 (d)

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Erick Erickson is managing editor of RedState.com, the largest online community of conservative activists and the most widely read right of center blog on Capitol Hill. He is also a regular political commentator on CNN’s John King, and often appears on top-tier radio and TV. Influential media personalities such as Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity read RedState.com and RedState’s Morning Briefing Newsletter daily, and frequently consult with Erick. Prior to RedState.com and CNN, Erickson was a lawyer and also worked as a political consultant assisting in presidential, congressional, state, and local elections. He lives in Macon, Georgia with wife and daughter.

Lew Uhler is founder and President of the National Tax Limitation Committee (NTLC). He has written numerous articles on taxes and spending, and is also author of the book Setting Limits: Constitutional Control of Government. Uhler has also appeared on numerous national, regional, and local television and radio programs, and he speaks around the world on fiscal issues. Prior to his work with the NTLC, Uhler worked for Ronald Reagan when he was Governor of California. Uhler and his wife, Cynthia, have four grown sons and live in the Sacramento area.

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