Rush Limbaugh: Too Big To Fail? [NOOK Book]

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"Rush Limbaugh: Too Big To Fail?" is a compelling and controversial new work from bestselling author Michael Essany. Exploring the rise and near-falls of America's de facto Republican ruler, Rush Limbaugh is depicted in an entirely new light: as a conservative icon who may finally see the pillars of his political empire collapse.

In 2008, Barack Obama promised change in America. Yet it might be Sandra Fluke - the Georgetown University law student publicly derided by Limbaugh - who ultimately inspires the biggest...
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Overview

"Rush Limbaugh: Too Big To Fail?" is a compelling and controversial new work from bestselling author Michael Essany. Exploring the rise and near-falls of America's de facto Republican ruler, Rush Limbaugh is depicted in an entirely new light: as a conservative icon who may finally see the pillars of his political empire collapse.

In 2008, Barack Obama promised change in America. Yet it might be Sandra Fluke - the Georgetown University law student publicly derided by Limbaugh - who ultimately inspires the biggest change across the political landscape during President Obama's first term.

Despite the notion that loyalty among conservatives runs deep, nothing is more powerful in politics than self-interest. And Republican power players would likely rather make Rush Limbaugh out to be a clown than have the party itself be viewed as a three-ring circus.

Entertaining and thought provoking, "Rush Limbaugh: Too Big To Fail?" is a topical and telling look inside the making and potential undoing of the conservative titan of talk radio.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014763806
  • Publisher: New Beginnings
  • Publication date: 6/9/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 951,421
  • File size: 36 KB

Meet the Author

Michael Essany is a former E! Entertainment Television host and producer widely recognizable for his appearances on Oprah, The Tonight Show, Access Hollywood, Today, ET, and Inside Edition.

Michael is also a bestselling author, columnist, and blogger whose work and accomplishments have been featured in the pages of Time, People, Newsweek, Entertainment Weekly, Details, Maxim, and TV Guide.

Michael graduated Magna cum Laude from Valparaiso University in 2005 with a BA in Political Science. That same year, A&E Biography recognized Michael's work and inspirational achievements by naming him to their list of "America's Most Remarkable People."
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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 16, 2014

    No stars - love the man - liberals are still drinking the Kool-A

    No stars - love the man - liberals are still drinking the Kool-Aid.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 4, 2012

    Don't "Rush" to Judgement

    Interest was held throughout. Gotta say this was probably the smartest, most non-politically motivated discussion about Rush Limbaugh I've read in a long time. Highly recommended for conservatives and liberals wanting to see how Rush is finally vulnerable after all these years.

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