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Underdogma: How America's Enemies Use Our Love for the Underdog to Trash American Power
     

Underdogma: How America's Enemies Use Our Love for the Underdog to Trash American Power

by Michael Prell
 

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Why does our president bow down to world leaders? Why do millions of people take the side of Palestinians over Israelis? Why is it easy for politicians to stoke hatred for rich, fat-cat CEOs? And why do so many nations around the world hate America, the world's lone superpower?

Underdogma reveals how America's enemies use our love for the underdog to attack

Overview

Why does our president bow down to world leaders? Why do millions of people take the side of Palestinians over Israelis? Why is it easy for politicians to stoke hatred for rich, fat-cat CEOs? And why do so many nations around the world hate America, the world's lone superpower?

Underdogma reveals how America's enemies use our love for the underdog to attack American Exceptionalism and to trash-and seize-American power.

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“Michael Prell’s book, Underdogma, explains in detail how the Left masks anti-Americanism and anti-Western sentiment behind the American tradition of rooting for the underdog and how we can fight back against their rhetoric by reviving the American spirit of our founding fathers that transformed us from the ‘underdog’ to the greatest country on earth.”
—former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich

“Michael Prell skillfully exposes how our misplaced emphasis to cheer on the underdogs, especially in the international community, will erode America’s status not only as a superpower, but also as the greatest nation in the world. A must-read for anyone who believes in maintaining America’s presence as a global leader.”
—Congresswoman Michele Bachmann, (R, MN-6), leader of the Tea Party Caucus

Underdogma is the first great Tea Party book”
—Tea Party Patriots co-founder and national coordinator Jenny Beth Martin,
one of TIME Magazine’s 100 most influential people in the world, 2010

Underdogma is the Rosetta Stone for our time’s most portentous puzzle: Why do so many in this country—including some in leadership positions—abhor our national greatness and seek to diminish it at every turn? Michael Prell has ‘broken the code,’ and in so doing made an invaluable contribution to preserving and strengthening American exceptionalism.”
—Frank Gaffney, Founder and President of the Center for Security Policy, Ronald Reagan’s Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Policy

“Americans have sympathy for the underdog. But that sympathy, Michael Prell argues, can be used by America's enemies to undermine faith in our culture and our country. In Underdogma, Prell shows how that works—and what we can do to combat it.”
—Michael Barone, FOX News contributor, Resident Fellow, American Enterprise Institute, Senior Political Analyst, The Washington Examiner, Co-Author, The Almanac of American Politics

“Thank goodness for this effort.”
—UN Ambassador John Bolton, author of Surrender is not an Option

“Underdogma is the Liberty and Tyranny of 2011”
—Ezra Levant, author of Shakedown

“Clever, accurate, droll and timely: The meek shall inherit contrariness.”
—Nationally syndicated radio host John Batchelor

“I love, love love it. The title is fantastic.”
—Rabbi Shmuley Boteach, bestselling author, television and radio host

“Compelling; well done.”
—Daniel Pipes, author, founder of the Middle East Forum

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781935618133
Publisher:
BenBella Books, Inc.
Publication date:
02/01/2011
Pages:
318
Product dimensions:
5.80(w) x 8.50(h) x 1.30(d)

Meet the Author


Michael Prell has written for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper and hundreds of politicians on three continents. His specialty is starting, shifting and amplifying national debates. Prell has also worked with the Dalai Lama, Dr. Phil, the global Chinese dissident community, “America’s Rabbi” Shmuley Boteach and the Jewish Values Network. Additionally, he was a crisis manager during the Northeastern Blackout of 2003. He has written for The American Thinker, Vice Magazine and The Epoch Times. His writings have been discussed by radio hosts Rush Limbaugh, Glenn Beck and Michael Savage. Previously, Prell launched and ran several multimillion-dollar nightclubs and high-end restaurants and once produced a record that charted above Puff Daddy in Belgium. Prell runs a successful marketing and publicity firm and is a Pollie Award winner (the Academy Award of political advertising).

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