It’s book day at TBHB!
In the sprit of enlightment and capitalism, I’m featuring a book on each post. You can order the books through my Amazon Associates program.
I’m opening with Do As I Say (Not As I Do), by Peter Schweizer, who was interviewed by Kathryn Jean Lopez yesterday. Among the juicy bits, the book reveals that Michael Moore is a Haliburton stockholder. Yes, that Haliburton. Barbra Streisand’s lawn watering bill is $22,000/year. And on and on. But the message of the book is serious,
the ideas the left want to impose on the rest of us are so fundamentally bad that they don’t even try to live by them. At the end of the day, when all the fun is done, I hope people view this as a book about ideas and the failure of liberal/Left ideas. They don’t work for the leading lights of the Left. How could they possibly work for our country?
Or for any country, at that?