PRLog - Sep. 4, 2009 - MIAMI -- Mark Levin, best known as the load and aggressive conservative talk show host on AM radio has stepped into the public spotlight once more with the release of his latest book, Liberty and Tyranny: A Conservative Manifesto. SO much has the book been reveled by Conservatives and demonized by Liberals that Damien Drake found it to be a perfect review for his new political blog: The Political and Critical Thinker. According to Drake, "this was the next phase in my plan to educate the general public. I began with my first blog about male dynamics with the opposite sex and their role in society in general and then I moved to politics. Liberty and Tyranny by Levin was a very interesting read and I actually found it very fun to review."
Fun may have been the review of Liberty and Tyranny but not the review itself. Drake is known for his blunt and realistic style of writing. Questions asked include those that come from people who are not part of Mark Levin's audience such as, "Is Mark Levin crazy?, Is Mark Levin insane"?
The answers to these questions however, at least according to Damien Drake, may surprise you.
"The man is, in my opinion, one of the most articulate and well spoken individuals I have heard or read. I actually found his AM radio program a bit enlightening and amusing. Liberty and Tyranny was a very good read and shed light on many topics that some choose to ignore because it is not some form of utopian idea. Nevertheless, they are strong arguments."
What ever the case may be, if Damien Drake, a known cynic of all things written has created such an introspective review of Levin's Liberty and Tyranny, then anyone interested in purchasing the product should probably review the site before making their decision.
To learn more about Drake or to see the review of Mark Levin's Liberty and Tyranny, please visit http://www.politicalandcriticalthinker.blogspot.com.
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