Peter Schweizer. · Rating details · 77 ratings · 12 reviews. In Makers and Takers you will discover why: * Seventy-one percent of conservatives say you have. In Makers and Takers you will discover why: * Seventy-one percent of conservatives say you have an obligation to care for a seriously injured. In Makers and Takers, a new volume by Peter Schweizer, a Hoover Institution research fellow, you will discover why.
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This book is well worth a read. Well, I was right about not enjoying it, but it wasn’t because the liberal views were taken to task Vierblij rated it did not like it Oct 01, Schweizer cherry-picks his examples, but I can see why–we’ve been presented a “story” in this country that the progressive-left are the intelligent, reasonable, kind, loving and altruistic, while everyone who disagrees with them are barbaric, stupid, angry, mean, vicious and selfish.
Chris Csergei rated it liked it Feb 16, Chris rated it liked it Jun 22, But what do the facts show? Lenin and Slavoj Zizek. Rick Mercer Final Report. This was well-written and entertaining.
Makers and Takers: How Conservatives Do All the Work While Liberals Whine and Complain
Schweizer is probably preaching to the yakers in his book, and for people like me who are tired of hearing how stupid they are btw, I have multiple degreesor how heartless they are as a humble man I don’t talk about my charitable givingthis book can be a breath of fresh air in an often contentious environment filled with the uninformed and self-righteous individuals who want to tell you how the world works.
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This is an excellent book to read everyone should read it. Much as he did in his bestseller Do as I Say Not as I Dohe brings to light never-before-revealed facts that will prter conventional wisdom.
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The following is an interview with Peter Schweizer, author of the newly released Makers and Takers Doubleday, But what do the facts show? This book is not yet featured on Listopia.
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Views Read Edit View history. Unfortunately, the way it is written rather works against the author’s points, making the right-wing social conservative author and, by extension, his intellectual colleagues look like unreasonable, mean-spirited complainers. Much as he did in his bestseller Do as I Say Not as I Dohe brings to light never-before-revealed facts that will upset conventional wisdom.
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You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. Much as he did in his bestseller Do as I Say Not as I Dohe brings to light never-before-revealed facts that will upset conventional wisdom. Doubleday- Humor – pages.
Retrieved from ” https: Read it Forward Read it first. Not an engaging read, but still worth it if you want to validate being Conservative and happy. Good data to back it up.
It also does the same about the Republicans their thought Fifty-five percent of conservatives said yes versus only 20 percent of liberals. No trivia or quizzes yet. My library Help Advanced Book Search.
Jeff rated it liked it Mar 15, Anti-Science and the Assault on Democracy. Conservatives such as Ronald Reagan and Robert Bork have long argued that liberal policies promote social decay. Anyone who has met more than one “liberal” or “conservative” ought to be able to take this ridiculous generalization to task, but it seems we rarely do, at least if one liste This was well-written and entertaining.
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He lives in… More about Peter Schweizer. I have no idea if what this author says is true or not. Liz TheoharisThe Reverend Dr. Anyone who has met more than one “liberal” or “conservative” ought to be able to take this ridiculous generalization to task, but it seems we rarely do, at least if one listens to the media and academe. Conservatives such as Ronald Reagan and Robert Bork have long argued that liberal policies peteg social decay.
No surprises for me is that people who self-identify as conservative value xnd more then liberals, since liberalism puts a greater emphasis on the ends justify the means insofar as liberals consider liberal policies good for everyone and one may argue regardless of outcome.
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