Crimes against Liberty: An Indictment of President Barack Obama

Crimes against Liberty: An Indictment of President Barack Obama

by David Limbaugh

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Was This the Hope and Change America Voted For?
Socialized healthcare?
A foreign policy of abasement to our enemies—and hostility to our friends?
Bailouts upon bailouts?
“Stimulus spending” that's really pork-barrel spending on steroids?
American voters might have been naïve when they went to the polls in 2008, but New York Times bestselling author David Limbaugh wasn’t. He warned voters of what would be in store. Now he’s back with more than a warning. A practicing lawyer, he has compiled the most comprehensive and devastating indictment of what is turning out to be the most destructive presidency in American history.

Limbaugh charges that this presidency is ambitiously unraveling the Constitution, actively rooting out American traditions and values, and most of all, committing crimes against American liberty. In Limbaugh’s brilliant new book, he documents: Obama's offenses against the rule of law (including the administration’s blatant pursuit of race-based justice)
Violations of the public trust (including Obama’s Chicago-style bully boy tactics to protect and advance the administration’s cronies)
Abuses against the private sector (including how the Obama administration is removing any limits to federal power)
Crimes against good governance (including Obama’s mania for secrecy after getting elected on promises of transparency)
Betrayals of the national interest (including the administration’s gagging of honest discussion of the threat of radical Islam)
And much, much more
If there was ever a must read—this is it. Crimes Against Liberty is a stunning tour de force—a detailed indictment against a president who is pursuing an agenda at odds with the Constitution and that is even more radical than most people realize.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781441762047
Publisher: Blackstone Audio, Inc.
Publication date: 08/23/2010
Edition description: Unabridged
Pages: 1
Product dimensions: 5.30(w) x 7.50(h) x 0.60(d)

About the Author

David Limbaugh is a lawyer, nationally syndicated columnist with Creators Syndicate, political commentator, and author of three New York Times bestsellers: Absolute Power, Persecution, and Bankrupt. The brother of radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh, he lives in Cape Girardeau, Missouri, with his wife and children.

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Crimes against Liberty 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 149 reviews.
doc_rock More than 1 year ago
important description of the continuous and unabashed assault on our freedom is well elucidated in this book. As Americans, we will either fall into a socialism nightmare or we will find the courage to stand up and fight this constant assault on our freedom.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Mr. Limbaugh's new book is a well researched and scholarly written indictment of President Obama's assault on the Constitution and the American way of life. Should be required reading in all our High Schools and Universities.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
"crimes agaist liberty" is a very hard to put down book. the arthur david limbaugh has documented in great detail all of obamas questianable activies that have challenged liberty such as the goverment take over of health care and the many challenges to the constitution and other goverment take overs intruions into personal lifes and challenges to freedoms of religion. great gift idea for a friend or family member.
Miklene More than 1 year ago
Very east to read, very well documented...almost 100 pages of references. I'm a news junkie but there's tons of information I never even heard of. David Limbaugh has another winner.
paf More than 1 year ago
I actually read it, and I actually found it to be well researched and documented. I was skeptical because of the relationship to Rush Limbaugh but I didn't find the level of hyperbole that I expected to find because of the family relationship. It comes down to research...even Obama will find it hard to withstand the evidence of his own words. Wish "reviewers" would stop using this forum to pitch their political bias.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Have anyone one of you read the book. You may not like it if someone has different views than yours, but that is your right. As it is the authors right to express his views.
Manchops More than 1 year ago
Sometimes, I find it difficult to review timely political books. It's not because I may find the subject matter objectionable in any way; rather, it's because most often the book involves either a sitting politician whose effectiveness is still being shaped or a currently popular political ideology that may not endure beyond the next election. In either case, I try to stick with reviewing the merits of the author's main premise while ignoring some of the lesser foibles along the way. With that sole qualifier, I'm pleased to say how much I enjoyed and agreed with David Limbaugh's CRIMES AGAINST LIBERTY: AN INDICTMENT OF PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA. As Mark Levin's observation states from the cover (". the most effective skewering of Obama's contempt for the Constitution and our nation's foundations that I have yet read."), it's very clear that Limbaugh has done ample legwork to support his position: CRIMES includes a massive one hundred pages of notations and citations supporting the work therein. Largely, Limbaugh covers Obama in totality - with some references to his days as an Illinois politico, through his Presidential campaign, on up to the first two years of Obama's time in the Oval Office. As a result, he effectively paints Obama and the activity of his followers to be usurping power in direct contradiction to their roles in (or beyond, or absent of terms within) the U.S. Constitution. Where I honestly believe CRIMES could've benefitted from greater exploration (or, at least, an area that specifically interested me) is in the possible motivations for politicos to behave in this manner. This isn't to say that Limbaugh doesn't make credible arguments depicted Obama and his administration as perhaps power-addicted charlatans willing to tell a lie one day only to contradict themselves when it's politically expedient to do so; he does, but I guess that I, as a reader, have a hard time accepting that Obama and his companions behave this way because they consciously believe they've been given a mandate by the American people. Don't misunderstand me because Limbaugh goes to great lengths to chart Obama's stated intention to "radically transform America" into ways that defy the natural political systems in place for over two centuries. It's just that I find it hard to believe that a desire to do this must be far more firmly rooted in some unspoken or hidden motivations than, perhaps, Constitutional ignorance. What Liberals and Progressives have been doing since the 'Democrat Insurgency of 2006' gets amble coverage in CRIMES, and the book should really serve as a calling card to any politician who believes the power of the American people can be simply ignored or suppressed despite the ballot boxes, opinion polls, and sheer hard work. I'm certainly willing to concede that the elections of 2010 may serve as a bit of a roadblock for President Obama, but nothing covered here in Limbaugh's book makes me believe that the 'Radical-in-Chief' is going to serve with any other political persuasion throughout the remainder of his first term in office. And, as I said, there's ample citation to support that rather grim reality. If nothing else, coming away from CRIMES should make everyone think much more deeply about the pre-packaged efforts that goes into political speech on both sides of the aisle.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Whenever i see people arguing i think 'well. Theres crazires on both sides.'
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I can get the same biased opinion by watching FOX tv or a Republican's rant.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Limbaugh has done a fine job of penning a well researched and very readable book about the man who is currently residing in the White House. He covers it all, from Obama's evident narcissism to his insolent treatment of any American who dares to disagree with him. Every action of Obama's that is written about by Limbaugh is well documented, with 98 pages of footnotes, making it possible for the reader to examine those sources for herself. Crimes Against Liberty is a must-read for anyone who cares about freedom and who wishes to keep The United States of America the "land of the free and the home of the brave."
QuziePip More than 1 year ago
Wake up America. This book is an eye opener to behind the scene information. See just how dangerous this president is. Read the facts. Get informed and VOTE!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Well said. *sniff* I'm so happy someone else sees the sings.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
God Bless my country and I wish my fellow Americans would stand up and take our country Back.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
"If we don't get rid of Obama, our country is doomed!" Thank you for that oh-so-wise piece of information, great Oracle. News flash: He got reelected. Last I checked, everyone was alive. This country will be doomed when President Obama leaves the presidency
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Very insightful! A must read for every thinking voter.
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Just because he can talk and he's positive doesn't mean he can run a country. Sometimes we need someone that can ditch the potive additude and SAY NO. We need someone who can get mad when he needs to and freaking PROTECT OUR COUNTRY. GET IT TOGETHER OBAMA. Oh, and one more thing... DON'T GT RE-ELECTED!!!!!!!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I had to give this book three stars as I am not finished with it yet. However, I am reading this book on my Kindle. My review is along the lines of cost. Why is this book $10.42 on Nook and only $3.86 on Kindle. Barnes and Noble better wake up. I am always finding books cheaper for the Kindle than the Nook.
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