Just moments ago, Rush Limbaugh sang high the praises of Mark Levin's new book, Liberty and Tyranny.
Limbaugh said during his daily radio broadcast that people often ask him for a reading list of books that will help explain what conservatism is. He said you don't need a reading list. You need a book: Mark Levin's Liberty and Tyranny.
The American people do need a thorough reaquaintance with the singular worldview and "mission statement" that has elevated this nation and her people since 1776 to heights of freedom and prosperity and concern for our fellow man unrivaled in human history.
Perfection, no. Of course not (that, my friends, is part of the story). But "substantial healing" -- to borrow a phrase from the great Francis Schaeffer -- yes. It's amazing what a people can do when they read the directions, especially if those directions have something to do with "unalienable rights" vested in humanity by virtue of our Creator.
Mark Levin's book may be the spark to set off that necessary reacquaintance. Well, let the reaquaintance begin. Let the true American spirit of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, under God -- our true, living, and verifiable Creator -- rise up again from the ashes.
By the way, Levin is discussing his book this week on his own radio show, and he will appear tomorrow on Rush's afternoon program. So pull up a chair. Let's get ready to rumble for freedom.
Oh, that banging you hear? Tyrants pounding down the back door, or trying to. Probably ACORN volunteers paid with our money, hoping to share their faith. Tyrants and bullies are worried any time a people great or small recovers their true identity under God. See Clint Eastwood's Pale Rider and you'll know what I mean.