While I was in Washington D.C.’s National Airport preparing to fly a home after an productive World Domination Meeting earlier in the day, something caught my eye.
It was Righteous…
It was filled with Indignation…
Andrew Breitbart wrote it…
So I immediately purchased the book to read on the 7-hour flight back to LAX. As a service to my readers, here is my spoiler free review.
WHAT DID YOU THINK OF THE BOOK?
Freaking Sweet! Once the plane took off and I opened the cover I could not put it down for the next 7 hours.
IS THE BOOK AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL?
Somewhat. Andrew does cover adventures in his life that made him into the man he is now. The book is also has a good chunk of it devoted to the media and how conservatives need to learn to interact with it.
CONSERVATVIES INTERACTING WITH MEDIA? YOU MEAN THIS IS A POLICY BOOK?
Sort of, rather its more of (I’m going to steal a tweet from John Nolte) a “Handbook for Defeating the MSM” primer.
THAT SOUNDS KINDA OF BORING TO READ.
One thing about Andrew Breitbart is that he is NEVER boring and this book is no exception.He took the story of the Frankfurt School did and made it very readable. (that is no easy task BTW)
DOES ANDREW TALK ABOUT THE ACORN STINGS IN THE BOOK?
DOES ANDREW TALK ABOUT THE BIG SITES IN THE BOOK?
Yes. In an interesting way you do not expect.
DOES ANDREW TALK ABOUT HOLLYWOOD IN THE BOOK?
DOES ANDREW TALK ABOUT HIS TIME WITH ARIANNA HUFFINGTION IN THE BOOK?
DOES THE BOOK HAVE ANY PICTURES?
SHOULD I WAIT FOR THE PAPERBACK?
No. Buy the hardcover today!
SHOULD HE WRITE ANOTHER BOOK?
Yes. This book is a very good read.
Righteous Indignation: Excuse Me While I Save the World is available at bookstores or you can buy it online at Amazon.com
UPDATE: I've been clarifying a few answers for ease of reading. Also, here is a picture of my copy.