Overview: Fact-filled, humorous, and meticulously researched (1,235 endnotes), this is the definitive book on President Obama's education at the schools that shaped him and his politics: Punahou, Occidental, Columbia, and Harvard Law School (six chapters on Harvard Law). Written by a libertarian/conservative with a JD/MBA, the book skewers Obama's full-immersion liberal education with facts, logic, and humor. A sampling of some of the best excerpts from this book is contained at the beginning of the "Look Inside" for the KINDLE version of this book. For additional information on this book, go to www.barackoliberal.com or email email@example.com
Serious Stuff: Learn a massive amount of never-before-revealed information about Obama's academic record, including his LSAT score, class rank, courses, grades, professors, extracurricular activities, applications, and recommenders; peek into the inner sanctum of Harvard Law's admissions process; read the true story of how Obama became a member and then the president of the Harvard Law Review; discover the fallacies in his law review article and the strong bias of his Law Review presidency; hear about his request for affirmative action for himself - and his denial of it for female law students; and get the real scoop on the disclosure of Obama's transcripts.
Tongue-in-Cheek Stuff: The Obamassiah Invocation: Genesis; Obama's application essays for Occidental, Columbia, and Harvard Law; the Harvard Law rejection letter Obama almost received; Occidental's Phallus, Mother Goose, and Stupidity courses; Harvard Law Review's debate over rodent rights; Baby Banjo's lawsuit against Mother Banjo over moonshine-lost IQ points; Obama's rejection by the Black Men of Harvard Law School Calendar; Barack O'Einstein, Barack O'Groucho, and Barack O'Conservative; the Low-Score-on-Timed-Test Syndrome; the civil war at Beirut-on-the-Charles; the Liberal Rapture quiz; Harvard's H-bombs; the liberal vs. conservative horse race; and Obama's other Nobel Prizes.
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