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Now, in his New York Times bestseller Let Freedom Ring, Hannity offers a survey of the world - political, social, and cultural - as he sees it. From 9/11 to the continuing War on Terror, he makes clear that the greatest challenge we have to overcome may not be an attack from overseas, but the slow erosion of our national character. In order to protect our freedom, he argues, we must stand vigilant against liberal attempts to compromise our strengths. Let Freedom Ring is an urgent call to arms. For as Hannity warns, "we are engaged in a war of ideas. And civilization is at stake." 352 pages, softcover
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As Americans, we face two fundamental questions:
First, are we truly prepared to fight this new war to wipe out terrorism and terrorist regimes, and win it decisively -- no matter what sacrifices it requires or how long it takes?
Second, are we once again prepared to teach our children the fundamental principles and values that make this country great -- the values that make this country worth fighting for, living for, and dying for?
Sean Hannity is the hottest new phenomenon in TV and talk radio today. His gutsy, take-no-prisoners interviews and commentary on the Fox News Channel's Hannity & Colmes have made him one of cable television's most popular personalities. And his ascendance to the top of the talk radio world with ABC Radio's The Sean Hannity Show has won him a huge and devoted following that includes not only conservatives but anyone else who values straight talk over pandering and excuses.
Now, in Let Freedom Ring, Sean Hannity offers a survey of the world -- political, social, and cultural -- as he sees it. Devoting special attention to 9/11, the war on terror, and the continuing threat we face at home and abroad, he makes clear that the greatest challenge we have to overcome may not be an attack from overseas, but the slow compromising of our national character. And he asks why, particularly in this time of war, should we entrust our future to the voices of the Left -- the very people who have spent decades ravaging so many of our core values and traditions?
Our nation, as Hannity reminds us, was founded on the idea of freedom. And in order to protect our freedoms, he argues, we must stand vigilant against liberal attempts to compromise our strengths. From our military and intelligence forces, to our borders and airports, to our unified commitment to root out terrorists at home and abroad, he reveals how our strongest lines of defense have come under attack -- by left-wing voices within our government, media, schools, and elsewhere. And he shows how even domestic issues like taxation, education, patriotism, and the family have been exploited by liberals with their own agendas -- with potentially disastrous results.
Filled with the commonsense commentary and passionate argument that have made Sean Hannity the most compelling conservative voice since Rush Limbaugh, Let Freedom Ring is an urgent call to arms. For, as Hannity warns, "We are engaged in a war of ideas. And civilization is at stake."
Sean Hannity is the host of radio's The Sean Hannity Show and TV's Hannity, and the author of the New York Times bestsellers Deliver Us from Evil and Let Freedom Ring. His radio show is heard by roughly 13.5 million loyal listeners on 500 stations nationwide.
Anthony Shuler4 Stars Out Of 5February 22, 2010Anthony ShulerNot a bad book. It talks too much about then in power politicians so much of the information is pointless but it's general enough on the issues dealt with to not be one of those books on politics that have become irrelevant because the issues and ideas are no longer at issue today (like his book Deliver Us From Evil which is pretty pointless today).