The Official Handbook of the Vast Right Wing Conspiracy 2008

Author: Mark W. Smith
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1596985461
Format: PDF, ePub
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Already tired of the left-wing media spin on the 2008 elections? Had enough of Democratic talking heads hyping tax increases and the global warming scare? Looking for an island of straight-talking sanity in today's swamp of multi-cultiliberal gibberish? Look no further. Mark Smith continues his crusade against the lunatic Left with this new edition of The Official Handbook of the Vast Right-Wing Conspiracy. Right on time for the 2008 elections, this book shows you how to shoot down the latest liberal rants for bigger government, a cowardly foreign policy, and depraved social values. Why stay silent in the face of so many leftist lies? Grab a copy of The Handbook and you'll be ready to wade into a San Francisco cocktail party, a Grateful Dead reunion concert, or an Ivy League classroom and take on liberals on their home turf.

The Official Handbook of the Vast Right wing Conspiracy 2006

Author: Mark W. Smith
Publisher: Regnery Publishing
ISBN: 9780895260277
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Now complete with the most current political and election year issues, The 2006 Edition of the Official Handbook of the Vast Right-Wing Conspiracy is a practical guide to help you win arguments with even the looniest of liberals.

The Vast Right Wing Conspiracy s Dossier on Hillary Clinton

Author: Amanda B. Carpenter
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 9781596986534
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Written in the style and format of the "New York Times" bestseller "The Official Handbook of the Vast Right-Wing Conspiracy," this expose is full of fresh reporting, devastating quotes, scandalous stories, funny sidebars, and forgotten but telling incidents from Hillary's past.

Presidential Campaigns

Author: Daniel M. Shea
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 1610691938
Format: PDF
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Combining primary sources with expert commentary, this timely book probes critical moments in U.S. presidential elections in the last 20th- and early 21st-centuries, empowering readers to better understand and analyze the electoral process.

Liberty Means Freedom for All

Author: Steven H. Propp
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 9781475958737
Format: PDF, Docs
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Thomas Anderson has just graduated from CSU Stentoria, with his degree in Political Science. It’s an election year, and as a young “progressive” in California who has been raised by equally progressive parents, he is very much concerned with the political issues currently being discussed in the mass media. A chance encounter with a fellow graduate named Kelly Kelso, however, shakes up his sett led view of the world. He is challenged to examine the rising number of alternatives to the two-party system presented by “third party” movements such as the Libertarian Party and the Green Party, and is forced to acknowledge that there is far more to politics than simply Democrat versus Republican, and liberal versus conservative. Thomas delves energetically into not only the growing Libertarian movement, but the free market perspective of the Austrian School of economics, as well as the rigid yet compelling view of Ayn Rand’s philosophy of Objectivism. His explorations grow wider, now encompassing the Tea Party movement and the Christi an Right; tax resisters and gun rights advocates; survivalists and militia members; anarchists, communists, and Democratic Socialists; as well as the Occupy Wall Street movement. He debates the radical environmental views of animal welfare and animal rights advocates, and challenges opponents of corporate globalism as well as deniers of global warming, as he struggles to reformulate and articulate his own developing beliefs, while coping with a sea of conflicting ideas and opposition. But this abstract political theory is brought into sharp encounter with concrete political reality, when Thomas hears a news report of an armed conflict with authorities taking place just outside of town, involving someone with whom he has become emotionally involved...

How I Accidentally Joined the Vast Right Wing Conspiracy

Author: Harry Stein
Publisher: Harper Perennial
ISBN: 9780060936976
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As a journalist in an industry populated by liberals, Harry Stein carried the left-wing banner in his life and work. Then he became a father, and suddenly the Right sounded right. Even worse, the Left was starting to sound -- and look -- wrong. Stein cuts through the distortions on both sides and fearlessly tackles such provocative topics as feminism, affirmative action, PC education, gay rights, and sexual McCarthyism, and shows how liberating it is to no longer have to pass as a correct thinker. Daring, brilliantly argued, and savagely funny, How I Accidentally Joined the Vast Right-Wing Conspiracy will resonate with many who have witnessed the social revolution of the past thirty years and questioned its outcome -- even if only secretly.

Tag Teaming the Press

Author: James E. Mueller
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Pub Incorporated
ISBN:
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"Mueller shows that the Clintons honed that skill through years of interacting with journalists - as campaign workers, as candidates, and as candidates' spouses. He also makes clear that it is the latter category that makes the Clintons unique among American political couples. At various times in their more than thirty years in politics, Bill and Hillary have fulfilled a number of roles for each other in dealing with reporters, including lightning rod, bad cop, good cop, and schmoozer."--BOOK JACKET.

Killing the Messenger

Author: David Brock
Publisher: Twelve
ISBN: 1455533742
Format: PDF, Mobi
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THE NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER New York Times bestselling author and founder of Media Matters, David Brock takes readers on his daring and eye-opening odyssey through the maze of political trenches. David Brock is the ultimate happy warrior. Once a leading right-wing hit man, Brock is now the Left's pre-eminent defender and truth-teller. In this incisive, personal account, Brock disarms the major tentacles of the Republican Leviathan: the Koch Brothers, the Clinton haters, and the Fox Noise Machine. With the acumen of a seasoned political player, Brock takes readers inside his Democratic war rooms and their 24/7 battles with right-wing forces for control of the story lines and messages that will decide the 2016 election. And he chronicles his own evolution from lead Clinton attack-dog to one of Hillary Clinton's fiercest defenders as he knocks down the conservative case against her. Finally, KILLING THE MESSENGER provides the no holds barred playbook for what the new right-wing conspirators will do in this election cycle to tear apart the electorate-and what good, engaged, and informed citizens can do to stop them.

The Vast Left Wing Conspiracy

Author: Byron York
Publisher: Crown Forum
ISBN: 1400082390
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Provides a provocative look at how liberal media, money, and minds have united to take control of American politics, working together on an unprecedented scale--under the leadership of Hillary Clinton, Michael Moore, George Soros, and others--to transform American culture. Reprint. 25,000 first printing.

The United States of Paranoia

Author: Jesse Walker
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0062383221
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A history of America's demons 1693: Cotton Mather suggests that the spirits attacking Salem are allied with the colony's human enemies. At their "Cheef Witch-meetings," he writes, "there has been present some French canadians, and some Indian Sagamores, to concert the methods of ruining New England." 1835: A gunman tries to kill Andrew Jackson. The president accuses a senator of plotting the assassination. Jackson's critics counter that the shooting was arranged by the president himself to gain public support. 1868: An article in the New-York Tribune declares that the Democrats have engineered malaria outbreaks in the nation's capital, pumping "the air, and the water, and the whisky of Washington full of poison." 1967: President Lyndon Johnson asks his cabinet if the Communists are behind the country's urban riots. The attorney general tells him that the evidence isn't there, but Johnson isn't convinced. Conspiracy theories aren't just a feature of the fringe. They've been a potent force across the political spectrum, at the center as well as the extremes, from the colonial era to the present. In The United States of Paranoia, Jesse Walker explores this rich history, arguing that conspiracy stories should be read not just as claims to be either believed or debunked but also as folklore. When a tale takes hold, it reveals something true about the anxieties and experiences of those who believe and repeat it, even if the story says nothing true about the objects of the theory itself. In a story that stretches from the seventeenth century to today, Walker lays out five conspiracy narratives that recur in American politics and popular culture. With intensive research and a deadpan sense of humor, The United States of Paranoia combines the rigor of real history with the punch of pulp fiction.