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Arguing with idiots : how to stop small minds and big government

Author: Glenn Beck; Kevin Balfe; Steve Burguiere; et al
Publisher: London ; New York : Threshold Editions, 2009.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st Threshold Editions-Mercury Radio Arts hardcover edView all editions and formats
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Libertarian American radio host Glenn Beck offers advice on how to win arguments about various topics of political intrigue, providing retorts and facts relevant for conversations about gun control, health care, and more.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Glenn Beck; Kevin Balfe; Steve Burguiere; et al
ISBN: 9781416595014 1416595015 9781439166833 1439166838
OCLC Number: 444155518
Description: 325 p. : col. ill., col. maps ; 24 cm.
Contents: In defense of capitalism: giving the free market a fair shake --
The 2nd Amendment: ammunition to defend your rights --
Education: readin', writin', and futility --
America's energy future: cars, corn, carbon, and controversy --
Unions: when is America finished paying her dues? --
Illegal immigration: the chapter Americans just won't write --
The nanny state: saving you from yourself, one right at a time --
Owning a home: waking up from the American dream --
Economics 101: smaller government, bigger wallet --
U.S. Presidents: a steady progression of progressives --
Universal health care: why a paper cut may soon be fatal --
The U.S. Constitution: lost in translation --
Citations: just the facts, man.
Responsibility: written & edited by Glenn Beck, Kevin Balfe ; writers, Steve "Stu" Burguiere ... [et al.] ; contributors, Claire Calzonetti ... [et al.] ; illustrations, Paul E. Nunn.

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