Trickle Down Tyranny

Trickle Down Tyranny

By Michael Savage

  • Release Date: 2012-04-03
  • Genre: Politics & Current Events
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Description

“A blazing flamethrower of truth, Michael Savage pulls no punches and goes right for the jugular with facts, not vacuous hyperbole.”
—Ted Nugent, Washington Times

Michael Savage, the mega-popular radio host and New York Times bestselling author of Trickle Up Poverty, offers an explosive election-year call to arms to retake the White House from the clutches of tyranny and preserve American greatness. Staunchly determined to help “crush Barack Obama’s dreams of a Socialist America,” Savage unleashes a relentless barrage of conservative common sense in Trickle Down Tyranny, designed to help patriotic citizens preserve what is good and right in our imperiled nation.

Reviews

  • Horrible.

    1
    By Rocknrollafella
    This is absolutely ridiculous. Terrifies me that people believe this kind of crap. But I'm just an Obama-loving tree-hugging liberal. So what do I know, right?
  • Awake

    5
    By Wirenut7
    Gradebook highly recommends it comes with a lot of documentation
  • Mastro!!! Oregon USA

    5
    By Fluffy bunny 21
    Savage is a true leader of the American people. His thoughtful analysis of what is really going on Is mind blowing I never miss his radio show thank God for the Savage app!!!
  • Trickle down

    5
    By BlargMuffin608
    Why do liberals read this when you don't have the IQ to understand
  • Hoho

    5
    By Jj97443
    MIChAel.....USSA All. The. WAY!!!!! Michael Savage (born Michael Alan Weiner; March 31, 1942) is a conservative American-radio host, author, and political commentator. He is the host of The savage Nation, a-national talk show that airs throughout the United States on Talk radio. The Savage Nation has an audience of 8 to 10 million listeners on 400 stations across the United States, making it the fourth most listened-to radio talk show in the country.[2][3] He holds masters degree from the University of Hawaii in medical botany and-medical anthropology and a Ph.D. from university of California, Berkeley, in some sort of medicine. . As Michael Weiner, he has written books on herbal medicine and-homeopathy. As Michael Savage, he has written four new York times best selling books. Personal life Savage was born Michael Alan Weiner in the Bronx, New York, one of three children of Benjamin and Rae Weiner; he comes fromRussian Jewish heritage.[13][1][14][15] He described his childhood as difficult.[1] His father, the owner of an antique shop, died of a heart attack at age 57,[13] and his mother died in 2003.[15] After graduating from Jamaica High School in 1958,[16][17] Weiner attended Queens College, where he earned a bachelor's degree inbiology in 1963.[13] After college Weiner taught high school for several years in New York City. His first marriage to Carol Ely in 1964 ended in divorce, and he remarried after meeting his current wife Janet in 1967. His first wife says that she became pregnant twice andaborted both pregnancies over Weiner's objections.[1] During this time Weiner also worked for famous psychedelic drug advocateTimothy Leary as keeper of the stone gatehouse on Leary's Millbrook estate. Leary hired him to the post because Weiner did not useLSD himself.[1] Weiner then earned two master's degrees in ethnobotany and anthropology from the University of Hawaii at Manoa. He obtained a Ph.D. in 1978 from the University of California, Berkeley, in nutritional ethnomedicine.[18] His thesis was titled Nutritional Ethnomedicine in Fiji.[19] While in the South Pacific, he became fascinated with the 19th-century sailor Charles Savage, who was believed to have been the first man to bring firearms to Fiji.[20] That fascination led to Weiner's name change to Savage. Savage and his second wife Janet have two children, a daughter and a son; his son, Russell Weiner, is the founder of the company that produces the Rockstar energy drink.[21] Russell's mother, Janet, served as CFO of his company until July 2009.[1] Daughter Rebecca Lin Yops has worked as an elementary school teacher.[22] Savage has said that although he believes in God, he attends houses of worship only a few times a year.[23] During the 1980s, Savage attended Friday night services at a Chabad house in Berkeley.[13] Personal life Savage was born Michael Alan Weiner in the Bronx, New York, one of three children of Benjamin and Rae Weiner; he comes fromRussian Jewish heritage.[13][1][14][15] He described his childhood as difficult.[1] His father, the owner of an antique shop, died of a heart attack at age 57,[13] and his mother died in 2003.[15] After graduating from Jamaica High School in 1958,[16][17] Weiner attended Queens College, where he earned a bachelor's degree inbiology in 1963.[13] After college Weiner taught high school for several years in New York City. His first marriage to Carol Ely in 1964 ended in divorce, and he remarried after meeting his current wife Janet in 1967. His first wife says that she became pregnant twice andaborted both pregnancies over Weiner's objections.[1] During this time Weiner also worked for famous psychedelic drug advocateTimothy Leary as keeper of the stone gatehouse on Leary's Millbrook estate. Leary hired him to the post because Weiner did not useLSD himself.[1] Weiner then earned two master's degrees in ethnobotany and anthropology from the University of Hawaii at Manoa. He obtained a Ph.D. in 1978 from the University of California, Berkeley, in nutritional ethnomedicine.[18] His thesis was titled Nutritional Ethnomedicine in Fiji.[19] While in the South Pacific, he became fascinated with the 19th-century sailor Charles Savage, who was believed to have been the first man to bring firearms to Fiji.[20] That fascination led to Weiner's name change to Savage. Savage and his second wife Janet have two children, a daughter and a son; his son, Russell Weiner, is the founder of the company that produces the Rockstar energy drink.[21] Russell's mother, Janet, served as CFO of his company until July 2009.[1] Daughter Rebecca Lin Yops has worked as an elementary school teacher.[22] Savage has said that although he believes in God, he attends houses of worship only a few times a year.[23] During the 1980s, Savage attended Friday night services at a Chabad house in Berkeley.[13]
  • Lying lier.

    1
    By Joeflah14
    Facist propaganda in it's purest form. Does he think we weren't alive before the Obama presidency. Or that we were all hooked on "reality TV". Obama isn't in any way even remotely like Stalin. You could look it up! Oh....facts.......Sorrrrrryyyyyyy!
  • Great

    5
    By Minnnnvikk
    This is the book that EVERYONE needs to read if we want to take our counrty!
  • Unbelievable

    5
    By Breadrooster28
    This will change your thought process on everything, not just politically. This book is solely about the life and death of the free world. A complete brain teaser, this information will enlighten your stand as a proud and free individual. The extremely complicated and disturbing way we're regulated is extraordinarily well written in this binding of noticeably overwhelming research. Beware! Realization is a major side effect of this reading and reality isn't always pretty but can always be changed. Stay proud!
  • What a loon

    1
    By kidgonebad
    I guess it takes all kinds of crazies to write books. And an audience of them to consume them.
  • Wowed

    5
    By t2ddd
    As a liberal I didn't expect this, but there's a lot of truth here. 5 stars.

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