Liberty and Tyranny

Liberty and Tyranny

A Conservative Manifesto

Book - 2009
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"In the face of the modern liberal assault on Constitution-based values, an attack that has steadily snowballed since President Roosevelt's New Deal of the 1930s and resulted in a federal government that is a massive, unaccountable conglomerate, the time for re-enforcing the intellectual and practical case for conservatism is now..."--Publisher description.
Publisher: New York : Threshold, 2009.
Edition: 1st threshold ed.
ISBN: 9781416562856
Call Number: 320.52 LEVIN
Characteristics: x, 245 p. ; 23 cm
Subjects: United States -- Politics and government -- 1989- -- Philosophy.
Conservatism -- United States.
Alternative Title: Liberty & tyranny


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EuSei Nov 12, 2015

Excellent book for anyone who wants information and the truth.

Nov 12, 2015

These rightwing whackos always seem out to confuse: they love Wall Street, but somehow hate their lackeys? Only they are so ignorant - - or so dishonest - - they somehow don't know that the government is owned by Wall Street? And they call whomever the latest sockpuppet in the Oval Office a socialist? Instead of Wall Street lackey?
President Obama just appointed Peirce to the SEC from her position at Mercatus Center, the Koch brothers-financed and owned Mercatus Center, as was her position. Need I really say anything more . . .
[And a republican majority congress will pass Obama's Trans-Pacific Partnership, the globalized version of John Roberts' FORCED ARBITRATION CLAUSE, upheld by Supreme Court John Roberts - - who created it as a corporate attorney - - the very same Roberts confirmed to the US Supreme Court by so-called dem, Sen. Patty Murray. So what's the difference between the two wings of the Bankster Party?]

Nov 12, 2015

Although I agree with Mark on a couple of issues, the book as a whole was very disturbing, just one attack after another against the “statist”. Civil liberties and a non-interventionist foreign policy are vital to the prosperity of our country. And although entitlement programs eat up a huge portion of our budget, they are very important to our seniors. I’d rather spend money domestically on our people than engaging in endless war and nation building, which costs even more now and in the long-run.
Since I agree with some things Levin mentions, I gave it two stars instead of one. All I can say is read the book and come to your own conclusions. Don’t let him scare or bully you into thinking his way. If he believes in inalienable rights, like he says, use your moral reasoning and research these issues on your own. We have no excuse! With the internet at our disposal we can educate ourselves without someone elses ridiculous propaganda. Best of luck to you.

charliehustle Aug 14, 2015

awesome book for any obama hater

Oct 10, 2014

“Tyranny” – like when the Supreme Court selects the President? From Tomfoolery with OTOOLEFAN . . . . . .
and . . .
“Mark Levin's Electoral Kryptonite” from . . . . . . .
and . . .
“Give Me Amendments or Give Me Death” “Inside the secretive campaign by state legislators to pass conservative amendments in 34 states and rewrite the Constitution.”
by Emma Roller and David Weigel . . .
from . . . . . . .
and . . .
references to the author from Right Wing Watch
and . . .
famously, #877 in the Encyclopedia of American Loons . .
and, a blog dedicated to the author . . .
“Mark Levin is a Raging Idiot” . . .


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