"I've seen my country lately. Frankly, I don't like what I see. Nevertheless, it's not too late to restore the great and unique wonder that is the United States. We are the beacon of hope for the world, and we will remain so as long as we stand up for our principles."
In keeping with his no-holds-barred on-air style, conservative radio talk show host Jerry Doyle has the guts to ask the tough questions about the state of our nation today. In this informative, entertaining, and challenging narrative, he urges Americans to take back the things that make our country great, and delivers his hard-hitting and oftentimes humorous spin on:
- ECONOMIC FASCISM—the rapid government domination that began with the egregious takedown of GM
- BAILOUTS—the missteps, wrong moves, and rules of salary caps, bank buy-ins, and bonuses that changed from day to day
- EDUCATION—how our "everybody wins" obsession is destroying teaching and fostering an obnoxious self-entitlement trend
- THE OBAMA PRESIDENCY—will American capitalism survive this administration?
. . . and much more. If you like your politics straight up, with a commonsense chaser and a shot of dry wit, you'll be galvanized and enlightened by Jerry Doyle—the man, his story, and his insights into America today.
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"Syndicated radio host Jerry Doyle throws his hat into the ring of conservative political commentators. He compensates for his mundane political statements with interesting stories from his varied experiences as a pilot, stockbroker, and Congressional candidate. Best known for his role on TV's "Babylon 5," Doyle has a voice that is "all Brooklyn, all the time." Some listeners may be turned off by his flat, almost nasal, inflection. His humor is a straight-up juxtaposition of facts, with no accents or ironic tone necessary. Initially, Doyle's voice is clipped and overly formal, but he hits his stride quickly and treats the reading as an extended radio episode. A.Z.W. (c) AudioFile 2010, Portland, Maine"
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