Why do conservatives always seem to lose, even when Republicans win? With considerable firsthand experience in politics and an engaging analytical perspective, Steve Deace provides the answer.
Why does the Republican Party always seem to betray conservatives in the end? How come Leftists never worry some “squishy” moderate will win Democrat primaries, even though conservatives in the GOP are constantly fighting that battle? Why do GOP leaders typically fight the conservative base harder than they fight the Democrats? How did the Left gain control of every major cultural institution in the country? Why does the Republican Party continue to fund (alleged) political enemies, such as Planned Parenthood? Is the GOP really the “the stupid party” or something much worse?
Deace answers these questions and more in Truth Bombs, a definitive expose on why conservativism has no future—if it remains hostage to the unibrow-party duopoly.
|Publisher:||Post Hill Press|
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About the Author
Steve Deace does a daily television show for CRTV and podcast for Westwood One. He previously did a nationally-syndicated talk show for the Salem Radio Network, when he was listed as one of the top 100 hosts in the country by Talkers Magazine. This is his fifth book, and his political/cultural commentary has been published by a diverse group of prominent websites like Conservative Review, USA Today, Politico, Business Insider, Breitbart, The Blaze, and Real Clear Politics. His previous book, A Nefarious Plot, is being developed into a major motion picture. He's also worked on several political campaigns, most recently the Ted Cruz presidential campaign in 2016, and his influence in his native Iowa's presidential caucuses makes him a frequent source quoted on political matters to national media across the ideological spectrum. In 2015, he was profiled as a key voice in the "Power of Conservative Media" by the New York Times. He is married to Amy, and they have three children: Anastasia, Zoe, and Noah-Andrew.