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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780816174270
  • Publisher: Cengage Gale
  • Publication date: 5/1/1994
  • Pages: 539

Table of Contents

Introduction
1 I Answered My Phone 1
2 The Power of You: You Make It Work 11
3 America Is Not Over 23
4 New Democrats: Yeah, Yeah 34
5 Punishing Achievement 53
6 Dead White Guys or What Your History Books Never Told You 66
7 Are Values Obsolete? Or How to Win the Culture War 78
8 Dan Quayle Is Right Or Our Poverty of Values 90
9 Dan's Bake Sale 101
10 Eight Years of Reagan: The Eighties Was Not a Decade of Greed 110
11 The Decade of Fraud and Deceit 127
12 To Your Health, Hillary Or Understanding the Politics of Meaning 142
13 Algore: Technology Czar 158
14 The O! Zone - An Environmental Update 171
15 The Dumbing-Down of America 185
16 The Latest from the Feminist "Front" 200
17 Words Mean Things 214
18 Political Correctness and the Coming of the Thought Police 227
19 Conservatism and Race 239
20 America Is Still Worth Fighting For 249
21 The Case for Less Government 262
22 The Many Purposes of Culture 274
23 Lies Are Facts; Facts Are Lies 286
24 There They Go Again 295
25 The Politically Correct Liberal Lexicon 309
26 "The Hush Rush Law" 323
27 A Summary and Prescription for the Future 341
Index 355
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 29, 2013

    There has never been a fatter face on the cover of a book, ever.

    There has never been a fatter face on the cover of a book, ever. A load of garbage, but not as terrible as his children's book. Zero Stars

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 1, 2005

    The truth that everybody should know

    This book contains the right things to say about our society. What he says is right on target, he does not hold anything back. He attacks the liberal ideas and the people of the left wing. He shows the facts and reveals the true colors of these socialistic heavy weight liberals. What Rush says makes me wonder why someone would question him. Rush hits the liberals hard, and it was coming to them anyway. This book almost has the guidelines to a successful nation. I would recommend this book to a moderate liberal. The reason why I say this is because this book will show that person the truth. The truth is that everybody that is paying taxes should know about. The only way to understand that is to hint hint read the book. I enjoyed this book and I agree what Rush has to say. This book makes me wonder why people do the things they do to bring down society. This book is fit for a republican as well and I think it would great for them to read it and gain knowledge from it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 21, 1999

    A SIMPLISTIC NEO-CONSERVATIVE RAG

    I found this book to be a simplistic rehash of questionable Neo-Conservative pap. The false religion of neo-conservatism upon which the author heavily relies is currently being discredited. The author was obviously fed his data directly from Murdoch's Neo-Con WEEKLY STANDARD! I was not happy with the authors lack of intellectual depth and lack of researched footnotes. The neo-conservative foundation that Mr. Limbaugh relies upon is fundamentally flawed and is in fact not conservative at all! He seeks through the book to lure the unsuspecting 'Joe Sixpack' neophyte into his neo-con trap! All in All I found this book to be disappointing and flawed because the author purposely mixes truth with neo-conservative globalist error.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 15, 1999

    Title Speaks Uncanny Truth

    Very often, Rush Limbaugh presents some gem of truth about liberals which at first seems to be extreme or unfair. Then, wouldn't you know it, the liberals do something even more goofy than what Rush told us that they would do!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 8, 1999

    Rush Predicts Liberal Follies with Uncanny Accuracy

    The book certainly lives up to its title. Very often, Rush makes a quip about what the liberals will do next. No one takes it seriously. And then, guess what? The liberals actually manage to outdo the silliness of their Limbaugh-made caricature of them.

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