Gregory G. H. Rihn (milwaukeesfs) wrote,
Gregory G. H. Rihn

Big Lies 2

Big Lies 2:

After a long wait for a library copy, I'm finally getting to read "Fair and Balanced: Lies and the Lying Liars that Tell Them," by Al Franken. While waiting for Franken, I've also had opportunity to read some others of the impressive number of volumes that document the corruption of this regime and the disregard for the truth on the part of its lackeys. Franken is a humorous writer, and tends to give more attention to media counterparts like Sean Hannity than some of the other books do. "Big Lies," by Joe Conason is a very well researched and documented work, which I strongly reccommend . James Carville's "Had Enough? A Handbook for Fighting Back," covers much of the same territory, but also provides commonsense counter-program ideas, which I recommend to any Democrat as a platform. I'm also waiting for "Frontier Justice: Weapons of Mass Destruction and the Bushwhacking of America", by Scott Ritter, and haven't yet gotten to Molly Ivin's "Bushwacked". I know a there was a lot of anti-Clinton propaganda put out during his term in office, but most of it was from VERY questionable sources and a lot of it made up out of whole cloth. It seems remarkable to me that there is such an amount of well researched dirt on this regime being published by respectable houses and there is not a greater sense of outrage in the public.
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