The runaway New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times, Washington Post, and USA Today bestseller
At least 50 of the 425 terrorists released from Guantanamo have returned to the battlefield to fight our troops.
Barack Obama has called for $1 trillion in tax increases over the next ten years--and dressed them up as tax cuts
Up to a quarter of all state pension funds in the United States are invested in companies that are helping Iran, Syria, North Korea, or the Sudan--for a total of nearly $200 billion.
Big business, big government, big labor, big lobbyists, and their self-serving agendas are doing nothing to help the ever-increasing number of American people who are losing their homes and their jobs.
In this hard-hitting call to arms, Dick Morris and Eileen McGann reveal the hundreds of ways American taxpayers are routinely fleeced--by our own government, by foreign countries, by Washington lobbying firms, by hedge-fund billionaires, and by the president himself--and offer practical agendas we all can follow to help turn the tide.
About the Author
The most prominent American political consultant, Dick Morris has become well-known for his probing, insightful, hard-hitting, and clear commentary on the Fox News channel. With his wife, Eileen McGann, Dick has written fourteen books, including ten New York Times Best Sellers. Their almost daily columnscirculate by e-mail to 500,000 people, and hundreds of thousands more read them on DickMorris.com, their extremely popular website. He now produces a daily video on his site seen by over 140,000 viewers eachweek, with a history lesson every Saturday.
Domestically, Morris has handled the winning campaigns of more than thirty Senators and Governors. Internationally, he has piloted the successful campaigns of the president or prime minister of Mexico, Colombia, Argentina, Uruguay, Kenya, Spain, and other international campaigns.
McGann, wife of prominent American political consultant, Dick Morris, has co-authored fourteen books, including ten New York Times Best Sellers. Their almost daily columns circulate by e-mail to 500,000 people, and hundreds of thousands more read them on DickMorris.com, their extremely popular website.