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I enjoyed the book simply because it reminded me of a USA talk show discussion....kind of "fun and frisson" The book presumes a belief in conspiracy theorists and sensationalises some fairly mundane observations. The book made me squirm too many times and any Blairite readers should not waste their money on this book, as they will not get past the first chapter.
The book is great, however Sean Hannity doesn’t say he wrote it in 2002. I think that should be mentioned. He talks as if he just wrote it. Also, it came without a bookcover —Fox News shows it with a beautiful cover. Not nice.
My political stance is more libertarian, however I found Sean's book to be a compelling analysis of the issues facing America, both present and past. Sean does not come off as a 'Republican Apologist', and we all know there is no shortage of stupidity and corruption from either side of the political spectrum. "Let Freedom Ring" was encouraging to me, and did challenge me in a few places. I encourage anyone biased against Sean Hannity by way of "Hannity and Colmes" or his talk show to check it out.
The most remarkable thing about Sean Hannity is his personal integrity, a quality not easy to find in today's public figures. Though other pundits may use Christian tradition to insinuate themselves into the public's favor, they often abandon Christian principles when they are not politically correct. Sean has a consistently Christian view of politics from beginning to end.