Pinheads and Patriots: Where You Stand in the Age of Obama

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Harper Collins, Sep 14, 2010 - Political Science - 288 pages
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Television host, razor sharp political pundit, and #1 bestselling author Bill O’Reilly focuses in on where we all stand in the Age of Obama in Pinheads and Patriots. In this brave, hard-hitting, provocative volume, the author of Culture Warrior and A Bold, Fresh Piece of Humanity guides Americans through the extensive transformations sweeping their country and explains exactly what these profound changes mean for every one of us.

 

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I thought Bill's arguments were simplistic, but about right for the average level of understanding on USA politics. He provided sufficient analysis to be credible, but not enough to drone on and on ... Read full review

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User Review  - utbw42 - LibraryThing

Well-written, well-balanced book about our current situation in this country and our current president. My only disagreement with this book is that O'Reilly was too soft on our current Follower-In-Chief. Read full review

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Contents

IntroductIon this ones for You
1
Barack hussein obama
17
to Your health
55
Your place in a changing america
65
the Boston Massacre
93
Its all about Me
115
Loathing obama
127
alltime Favorite pps
133
the Last Word
183
afterthoughts Its all about You
241
index
247
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For more than thirteen years, three-time Emmy Award winner Bill O’REillyhas presided over The O’Reilly Factor on the FOX News Channel, the highest-ratednews program on cable. Prior to that, he served as a national correspondent for ABCNews and as an anchor of the nationally syndicated news magazine program InsideEdition. He is the author of numerous megabestsellers, including A Bold Fresh Pieceof Humanity, a deeply personal memoir that has sold more than one million copies.

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