I’ve been reading Mark Levin’s Liberty and Tyranny — and you should be, too.
It’s now #1 on Amazon.com. With good reason. Levin has delivered a stalwart conservative manifesto written by a conservative who doesn’t want to re-brand and repackage conservatism into liberalism. He draws on founding principles, not polls, to lay out the agenda for the Right — and to illuminate the fatal flaws of statism.
Through his invaluable work at the Landmark Legal Foundation, blogging at National Review Online, and his wildly successful syndicated radio talk show, Levin amplifies and anchors conservatism with unapologetic brashness, boldness, and ballsiness.
Beltway GOP, take a cue.
Thomas Lifson at The American Thinker:
Fans of Mark Levin’s syndicated radio show will recognize the voice of the hard-hitting champion of conservatism they know and love. But there is also, for those unfamiliar with Mark’s radio work (but perhaps propagandized by liberal media into dismissing him as a crazy right wing radical), a remarkable and persuasive tone, based on solid research, extensively documented, and unchallengeable reason. This book could actually change some minds, especially as the nation’s peril becomes more and more apparent.
All in all, Mark Levin has given us a remarkable gift. Read this book, and buy copies for those you care about, too. Anyone from a clever high schooler to a scholar of political philosophy can benefit from reading Liberty and Tyranny.