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Michael Savage predicted the chaos that is Obama's legacy. Now he tells us whether the destruction can be stopped! The prophetic author of the bestselling Government Zero, Dr. Michael Savage is back with his most urgent and powerful work. Listeners to Dr. Savage's top-rated radio talk show, The Savage Nation, know him to be an articulate and engaged spokesman for traditio Michael Savage predicted the chaos that is Obama's legacy. Now he tells us whether the destruction can be stopped! The prophetic author of the bestselling Government Zero, Dr. Michael Savage is back with his most urgent and powerful work. Listeners to Dr. Savage's top-rated radio talk show, The Savage Nation, know him to be an articulate and engaged spokesman for traditional American values of borders, language, and culture. Now, after eight divisive years of Barack Obama, Dr. Savage lays out an irrefutable case for how our nation has been undermined by terrorists from without, by anarchists from within, by a president and politicians with contempt for the Constitution and the law, and by a complicit liberal media. With words and topics that are as insightful as they are timely, he makes an ironclad case for the dangers we face from Hillary Clinton and her fellow travelers in the progressive movement. He also explains why Donald Trump may be one of the two best hopes for America's future as we try to regain control of our government, our country, and our national soul. The other hope? As Dr. Savage explains in some of his most heartfelt and passionate words, it is we, the people: the ordinary "Eddies," as he calls them-motivated, roused, and engaged. This book is about much more than an election. It is a veteran commentator and celebrated raconteur providing a blueprint for how to regain our cherished freedoms and our national identity . . . before they are lost forever.


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Michael Savage predicted the chaos that is Obama's legacy. Now he tells us whether the destruction can be stopped! The prophetic author of the bestselling Government Zero, Dr. Michael Savage is back with his most urgent and powerful work. Listeners to Dr. Savage's top-rated radio talk show, The Savage Nation, know him to be an articulate and engaged spokesman for traditio Michael Savage predicted the chaos that is Obama's legacy. Now he tells us whether the destruction can be stopped! The prophetic author of the bestselling Government Zero, Dr. Michael Savage is back with his most urgent and powerful work. Listeners to Dr. Savage's top-rated radio talk show, The Savage Nation, know him to be an articulate and engaged spokesman for traditional American values of borders, language, and culture. Now, after eight divisive years of Barack Obama, Dr. Savage lays out an irrefutable case for how our nation has been undermined by terrorists from without, by anarchists from within, by a president and politicians with contempt for the Constitution and the law, and by a complicit liberal media. With words and topics that are as insightful as they are timely, he makes an ironclad case for the dangers we face from Hillary Clinton and her fellow travelers in the progressive movement. He also explains why Donald Trump may be one of the two best hopes for America's future as we try to regain control of our government, our country, and our national soul. The other hope? As Dr. Savage explains in some of his most heartfelt and passionate words, it is we, the people: the ordinary "Eddies," as he calls them-motivated, roused, and engaged. This book is about much more than an election. It is a veteran commentator and celebrated raconteur providing a blueprint for how to regain our cherished freedoms and our national identity . . . before they are lost forever.

30 review for Scorched Earth: Restoring the Country after Obama

  1. 5 out of 5

    Adrienne

    This is not the usual kind of book I would read. The only reason I read it is because someone close to me and I decided to challenge our viewpoints. If I read this book, she would read the new book by Bernie Sanders that I had already read. We had some interesting discussion points, and I'm excited to hear what she brings to the table after reading Bernie. I did not like this book, and it made little sense to me. There was a distinct lack of compassion. Thirty pages in, the phrase 'word salad' This is not the usual kind of book I would read. The only reason I read it is because someone close to me and I decided to challenge our viewpoints. If I read this book, she would read the new book by Bernie Sanders that I had already read. We had some interesting discussion points, and I'm excited to hear what she brings to the table after reading Bernie. I did not like this book, and it made little sense to me. There was a distinct lack of compassion. Thirty pages in, the phrase 'word salad' came to mind. I didn't particularly like that in one place he called the less fortunate "the less motivated," especially when later in the book he said something to the effect that people who would fit into a "less fortunate" category deserved/needed help and compassion, or something to that effect. It seemed like a lot of picking and choosing concepts to support what the author was saying, then later using basically the same concepts in a derogatory way. The book was a rant. I found it interesting how the author wrote about a poll that was done in the UK and how he misleadingly discussed the results of the flawed study. I know this because I looked up the actual study/poll. He was talking about British Muslims, but declined to mention that the poll he was referencing only included 1081 British Muslims. It wasn't an opinion of all British Muslims, just the opinions of those 1081 individuals polled. I didn't appreciate all the name-calling of the different people discussed. I thought we stopped calling people names based on their similarities to other words in elementary school. I also couldn't help but note that the author continuously referred to former President Obama by his middle name. He didn't use anyone else's middle names. I can only assume it was because his middle name is 'Hussein,' which is the last name of Saddam Hussein, even though it was irrelevant to what was being discussed. It seemed like subliminal messaging type stuff. He says 'Hussein' and readers associate Obama and Saddam together even the relationship or lack of has nothing to do with the topic. I have got to hand it to the author though. It seemed like every single word was painstakingly chosen for the most emotional, visceral effects that could be produced. I believe it takes talent to be able to put together such colorful, expressive words and phrases. He even used alliteration, which is a handy, clever writing device that I have always been fond of. The author called Christianity an 'authentic religion,' whereas other religions apparently are not authentic. I wonder what he means by 'authentic.' (I would also love to hear his definitions of 'American values,' 'family values,' and other emotionally-loaded buzzwords that people use but are left up to the listener/reader to interpret and assume they know what exactly is being discussed. For example, I came to learn that when the term 'family values' is used, people generally aren't referring to eating dinner together as a family every night.) I also can't help but wonder why he chose to call everyone who is not a Christian a pagan. Muslims are Muslims, Hindus are Hindus, etc. I suppose traditionally that was one of the ways pagan was used, to identify anyone who wasn't a Christian and who worshiped 'pagan' gods. I am curious what the Wiccans and followers of Asatru (etc.) think. I found it interesting that the author called atheists pagans too. Last I checked, atheists didn't believe in any gods, so cannot be pagan. The author mentioned that followers of Islam invade countries and kill citizens if they won't convert, which makes Islam a political ideology, not a religion. I can't help but wonder if he is selectively forgetting history, because I'm pretty sure that is why Christianity became dominant in the Americas. I'm sure the author would take umbrage if someone suggested that Christianity isn't a religion, but is instead a political ideology. (Perhaps an 'authentic political ideology'? Haha, I digress.) This is an example of one concept that the author states is accurate for one group, but apparently does not apply to another group, in this case, Christianity, even though historically both religions are guilty of violence and violence is called for in both religions' holy books. I was perplexed that the author was calling someone a socialist, an anarchist, and a communist all in the same sentence. Last I knew, they were all different political ideologies, not identical. Perhaps I am mistaken. The author liked using almost any word that ended in an '-ist.' He seemed to very much like labeling others with broad strokes of a brush. I found it interesting that the author claimed to be a minority in one paragraph, describing how he fought his way for an education (which is admirable), but then two paragraphs or so later, he stated that he was not a minority, which was why he allegedly was not hired to be a college professor. I'm not sure how the author can be both a minority and not-a-minority, except for when it suits his purposes. Something else that caught my attention was he kept talking about illegal immigrants. He stated that he has/had a housekeeper from El Salvador, but he didn't bother to mention if she was here legally. I would think that would have been a perfect opportunity for the author to brag about how his housekeeper is a legal immigrant, rather than illegal. The reason he brought up his housekeeper was because he asked he what she thought of former President Obama, and she replied that "he is a serpent." After what the author wrote following this, I'm not entirely sure if he was being literal or metaphorical about Obama being a serpent, much like the one from the Garden of Eden. You can tell me I'm being absurd, but much of what the author has written can be found in the same circles as information or conspiracies of Reptileans secretly ruling the planet. I wasn't sure if he was being metaphorical or was pondering if Obama was actually a Reptilean like the British Royal Family allegedly is. The author discusses the New World Order, and Reptileans are often a part of conversations that include the NWO/Illuminati/etc. (For the record, I don't recall the author mentioning the Illuminati.) Thirty pages in, I was so perplexed by what I was reading that I was curious about the author's credentials. The back flap of the book had a brief author biography that stated that the author graduated from Berkeley. I now have a theory. From my understanding, Berkeley is one of the more liberal/progressive schools in the US. The author stated that he started out as a liberal. I'm not sure how liberal he was to begin with, or what his definition of liberal even is, because he didn't elaborate, and I'm not sure how he could have graduated from such a liberal school if he had such extreme beliefs. Though not impossible, I'm not sure how anyone could have tolerated an atmosphere of being told all the time that everything one is saying is wrong, etc. My theory is that the author is not a right-wing-conservative-whatever at all. I wonder if he is actually just a normal guy, maybe somewhat liberal or centrist in his views, but he's found his cash cow by writing books like these and speaking such things on the radio for like 22 years. He's making money. I wonder if he's not laughing his way to the bank.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Oscar Allen

    This was the most disgusting filth. Rambling, incoherent, disjointed. There was no linear progression from one thought to the next. If you read Dan Brown and think, this is probably real, or if you listen to Alex Jones and think, this guy's rational and incisive... then this book will speak to you. This was the most disgusting filth. Rambling, incoherent, disjointed. There was no linear progression from one thought to the next. If you read Dan Brown and think, this is probably real, or if you listen to Alex Jones and think, this guy's rational and incisive... then this book will speak to you.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Kathleen (Kat) Smith

    We have all seen what a fire can do when it burns through a forest. The devastation, the charred and blacken remains, and we reflect on just how bad things were for it to burn through the area unstopped. That is the very thing that has been happening under the current leadership of Obama. The America that once was is slowly being burned through from our constitutional rights, the blatant lies of those in leadership when confronted with the truth and facts and how the America that was once great We have all seen what a fire can do when it burns through a forest. The devastation, the charred and blacken remains, and we reflect on just how bad things were for it to burn through the area unstopped. That is the very thing that has been happening under the current leadership of Obama. The America that once was is slowly being burned through from our constitutional rights, the blatant lies of those in leadership when confronted with the truth and facts and how the America that was once great is being slowly changed from within our own borders. In his latest book, Michael Savage, takes a hard look at what has been happening in our government, our country and behind the man seated in the White House and wonders if the nation can recover from Obama's scorched earth policies? Progressive policies and open borders have poisoned America. Our constitution has been trampled by a divisive president and America is a third world nation of terror, riots, mobs and chaos. Are we simply one bad election away from losing the America we once grew up in? "We are fighting for our very lives and freedoms. Where there's a one man rule, there's a chance for great corruption. It's very much like organized crime. That's why we in America enjoyed a great government for a very long period of time until it became what it is now: a Ponzi scheme in a criminal empire that runs off one-man rule where there are few checks and balances. Witness what Obama did with the Iran deal. The American people opposed it by a large majority. Only 20 percent supported giving Iran a path to nuclear weapons. Think about that. Where's our representation? Congress opposed it, yet he used quasi-legal maneuvering to support Iran. If that is not a one-man rule, I'd like to know what is." "Here's a short list of his crimes and misdemeanors: providing arms to people who would kill Americans, whether they are Arabs in Gaza or the Mexican drug cartels; using the Internal Revenue Service as a political weapon against legitimate nonprofit organizations that dared to oppose him; changing laws by executive action, rather than the way laws are supposed to be made or amended: through congressional action - Congress, not the president, is the lawmaking body in this country. We are not a banana republic - yet. Look at the way he implemented the so-called DREAM immigration law: when Congress didn't go far enough to carry out his agenda, he just executive-ordered it into existence." (pg. 41-42) We have an openly mad president who is doing everything he can as quickly as he can to decimate everything this country stood for, stands for and would stand for. This is the one election that all Americans have to vote for. If there is one man who stands in opposition of everything Obama has done and continues to do it is Trump. The fact that the man is self supported financially means he can not be controlled by special interest groups and Obama has his opponent ready to replace him with Clinton. She will continue to do all he has done and more to help cover his tracks that we all know Trump will bring to light. This is an eye opening look at just what stands to be lost if we fail to take action this November. I received Scorched Earth by Michael Savage compliments of Center Street Publishing, a division of Hachette Book Groups in exchange for my honest review. I did not receive any monetary compensation aside from a copy of this book in exchange for my unbiased and personal opinion. I really love how Michael brings to light what motivations Obama has been using over the last 8 years in office and what Clinton's plans are. It is hard to fathom in this day how she is even eligible to run for office. I think we all owe Nixon an apology for his impeachment. Even more important is what we can do as Americans, while Obama is doing all he can to get Muslim support in this election to ensure Trump does not get elected, because he will make American great again in restoring the constitutional laws and rights of our country, our military and our borders and go after terrorism in a bold way. We can't leave this up to chance. Read this book for yourself, and if you're like me, it a great reminder of what has been pushed under the carpet in order to keep those secrets in the dark just prior to election year. Well worth every 5 out of 5 stars.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Reese Copeland

    Great book detailing Michael's thoughts on the current state of affairs. He's got a way of reasoning things out and does back up much of what he says. For fans of his radio show, this book reads a lot like his monologues. He offers great perspectives in the book with a fair amount of speculation as well; but that's not necessarily bad as it seems like it's meant to prompt you to think, or re-think, your thoughts or perceptions on certain things. Great book detailing Michael's thoughts on the current state of affairs. He's got a way of reasoning things out and does back up much of what he says. For fans of his radio show, this book reads a lot like his monologues. He offers great perspectives in the book with a fair amount of speculation as well; but that's not necessarily bad as it seems like it's meant to prompt you to think, or re-think, your thoughts or perceptions on certain things.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Alan

    Great read. Educational and frightening.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Karen

    Listened to audio. I wish Savage had done the audio.

  7. 4 out of 5

    thePromoParrot

    “Roman civilization did not pass peacefully away. It was assassinated.” This quote is attributed to French historian and archaeologist Andre Piganiol. In his latest book, Scorched Earth: Restoring the Country after Obama, talk radio host Michael Savage alluded that things are not looking bright for America, and the state of affairs as it was before President Barack Obama will never return. Savage said Obama’s “scorched earth policies” are turning America into a Third World nation of terror, riot “Roman civilization did not pass peacefully away. It was assassinated.” This quote is attributed to French historian and archaeologist Andre Piganiol. In his latest book, Scorched Earth: Restoring the Country after Obama, talk radio host Michael Savage alluded that things are not looking bright for America, and the state of affairs as it was before President Barack Obama will never return. Savage said Obama’s “scorched earth policies” are turning America into a Third World nation of terror, riots, mobs and chaos. Scorched Earth: Restoring the Country after Obama by Michael Savage can roughly be divided into three distinct parts. The first part would be all the ills that have invaded America after Barack Obama took over as the forty-fourth president of United States on January 20, 2009. The second part of the book gave a detailed discussion of why Hillary Clinton should not be the next president and the danger it posed to America. And finally, what needs to be done to restore America to occupy its place of pride in the comity of nations. Dr. Michael Savage strongly championed the case for securing America’s borders and to conduct business and vote in the same language. The author also espoused the cause for embracing a common culture. Scorched Earth: Restoring the Country after Obama is an absorbing read written in true Michael Savage signature style. Whichever side of the political divide you may be, you won’t find this book a dull read. But the big question is: Will America heed Savage's advice?

  8. 5 out of 5

    Ron Housley

    Scorched Earth: Restoring the Country After Obama Michael Savage ©2016 A short Book Report by Ron Housley Now comes Michael Savage again — another radio talk show host with yet another book on the state of things out there. (I have posted my Book Report on his previous book, “Trickle Down Poverty.”) His listeners have heard him campaign for “Borders, Language & Culture” for over two decades. There’s a certain appeal to that promotion; but then again, there’s certain ring of nationalism to it. When S Scorched Earth: Restoring the Country After Obama Michael Savage ©2016 A short Book Report by Ron Housley Now comes Michael Savage again — another radio talk show host with yet another book on the state of things out there. (I have posted my Book Report on his previous book, “Trickle Down Poverty.”) His listeners have heard him campaign for “Borders, Language & Culture” for over two decades. There’s a certain appeal to that promotion; but then again, there’s certain ring of nationalism to it. When Savage touts the need to control “Borders,” what he’s presuming is that there’s somebody who “owns” the country and who has, therefore, the right to decide who can enter. But when the underlying principle of liberty is brought to bear, then it becomes more problematic to proceed on such a premise. If an American factory owner wants to offer a job to someone from France (or Mexico, or anywhere else), then only by violating the requirements of liberty can the state impose by force a prohibition against making such a hire. Savage never addresses this category of objection to his “Borders - Language - Culture” meme, other than by entirely ignoring it. Likewise with the “Language” part of his meme. It may very well be the case that English is the language preferred by a majority of Americans. But Savage seems to want the use of English to be imposed by force, rather than to continue America’s 240 year tradition of allowing individual citizens to decide what language they will use. So the whole thing smacks of nationalism ---- you remember nationalism in the 1930’s, right? That was when Hitler went on a campaign to “Make Germany Great Again.” Savage’s “Borders - Language - Culture” is his way of saying “Make America Great Again,” not all that dissimilar to what the world heard in Germany 85 years ago. In both cases what we get is a program that proposes to suspend individual rights in favor of someone’s notion of the collective(!). Stop it! “So what gives Mexicans the right to break into your country?” Savage asks, as if somebody owned the country. Nobody “owns” America. America is not a collective. * * * * * * * * * My biggest gripe in reading Savage is the need to constantly untangle his rambling, his use of hyperbole and his unannounced digressions into satire. His rambling style makes for easy radio listening, but what is an easy listen on the car radio doesn’t always transcribe smoothly into the printed word. And it’s not easy to identify Savage’s organizational hierarchy of concerns; he’s all over the place. And he’s also all over the place in the positions he takes on those concerns. (1) Mental Disorder — He likes to say that “liberalism is a mental disorder” — another Savage meme from his years on the radio. It does grab our attention; but it’s little more than pure ad hominem. Just a tiny bit of thought shows that today’s “liberalism” is not so much an “illness” at all, but merely the result of a certain philosophic indoctrination. (2) Tariffs — And how about today’s fervor around tariffs! Trump wants tariffs and now Savage suddenly wants tariffs, too. How can a simple economic issue become so terribly misapprehended by so many? How can the Smoot-Hawley Tariff’s role in fomenting the Great Depression be so entirely dismissed? How can the role of liberty in business success be so entirely misunderstood? How can so many businessmen support anti-capitalist universities? How can a President and a radio talk show host line up behind so many ill-conceived notions? (3) Savage’s Tirades — The one thing about a writing style incorporating tirades is that it allows unsound thought processes go unnoticed, that breaks with logic are easy to overlook, that inductive leaps are easy to take. (3-a) Tirade on Black Lives Matter — Sure enough, Black Lives Matters is a worthy target for a tirade. Savage points out that this group’s central focus can be summed up by the NYC protesters who chanted “What do we want? Dead Cops!” followed by “When do we want it? Right Now!” (3-b) Tirade on Catholic Charities — Sure enough, Catholic Charities is neck deep in flooding Islamic immigrants into American cities. But Savage’s answer is to “have them investigated” because their values are not aligned with those of Main Street America. It may be a conservative value to investigate a crime; but Savage wants to engage the coercive power of government to investigate unaligned values. (3-c) Tirade on Anarchists — Sure enough, the anarchists are a threat to peaceful society. But kudos to Savage for identifying them as belonging to the Left, whereas so many talking heads unthinkingly assign the anarchists to the “Right” (think: Glenn Beck, et. al.). (3-d) Tirade on Education — Sure enough, the American university is largely in the hands of the collectivists. Savage goes a step further and asserts that the universities have been “taken over” by the Communists; and he tells us that this was merely because the university was a “soft target.” He completely side steps the role of philosophy in driving the culture; he doesn’t even mention in passing the rise of pragmatism and progressivism in academia; he doesn’t discuss the philosophy which made Communism possible. * * * * * * * * * My take is that part of Savage’s heart is in the right place; but the other part is way off track. He is off track when he preposterously claims, “I am a true conservative who hopes to help you define who you are" but then he holds up the collectivist “Borders – Language – Culture” placard as his idea of what conservatism is supposed to be(!). My wish is that he would call for Individualism rather than the collectivism/nationalism we hear so often. He is off track in his call for state sponsored force against liberal groups. It’s OK to call out Leftist groups for what they are, but Savage is intent on using government coercion to eliminate them. He is off track when he embraces everything about Trump, rather than separating the ok-Trump from the bad-Trump. Strong national defense is one thing; but using tariffs to coercively influence trade is entirely anti-liberty. It was a quick read. But calling upon his alleged credentials as a Conservative to advocate for Collectivism is beyond the pale for me. And as we’ve known since Trump came down that escalator, our country is falling into the grip of an “America First” nationalism, to the detriment of the Individual everywhere.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Donna

    Internationally-known radio talk show host, Dr. Michael Savage, writes what he says is his last nonfiction book after a string of popular books including Government Zero. In this book, he sets out a detailed discussion of what has gone wrong in President Obama's administration in the past 7 1/2 years. The heart of the book is also a meticulous case of the reasons why Hillary Clinton should never be elected as the next president of the United States. Very interesting book with opinions, facts and Internationally-known radio talk show host, Dr. Michael Savage, writes what he says is his last nonfiction book after a string of popular books including Government Zero. In this book, he sets out a detailed discussion of what has gone wrong in President Obama's administration in the past 7 1/2 years. The heart of the book is also a meticulous case of the reasons why Hillary Clinton should never be elected as the next president of the United States. Very interesting book with opinions, facts and theories to ponder on. Scorched Earth: Restoring the Country after Obama by Michael Savage will be available September 13, 2016. An egalley of this book was made by Center Street, an imprint of Hachette Book Group in exchange for a honest review.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Theodore Knight

    Facts are stubborn. There is hope in the future with the new president. Is it going to be more geared to an economic recovery in the new administration or will other aspects of restoring the culture be evident? I can't say for sure but this book offers reason and a common sense approach to bringing sanity back into our nation. Facts are stubborn. There is hope in the future with the new president. Is it going to be more geared to an economic recovery in the new administration or will other aspects of restoring the culture be evident? I can't say for sure but this book offers reason and a common sense approach to bringing sanity back into our nation.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Jeremy Bonnette

    While I'm not the biggest fan of the writing style used here, the content was more of what I was interested in. I agree with the "borders, language, and culture" aspect that Savage talks about throughout the book. We must preserve those to save this country. 4 out of 5 stars While I'm not the biggest fan of the writing style used here, the content was more of what I was interested in. I agree with the "borders, language, and culture" aspect that Savage talks about throughout the book. We must preserve those to save this country. 4 out of 5 stars

  12. 5 out of 5

    Staci

    “If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat. If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle.” ― Sun Tzu, The Art of War

  13. 4 out of 5

    Jamie King

    I like complete books like this that identify a problem, expand/explain it, and propose a solution. Ideas are explored in a package as Savage shows how communist history is repeating in America today, and how to end it. I found it funny that after struggling to find this book I read how Savage is suppressed elsewhere. I have been amazed with how many fans/members of Savage Nation I have met this past year. His audience is a true silent majority. Old, foreign, and not technological these patriots a I like complete books like this that identify a problem, expand/explain it, and propose a solution. Ideas are explored in a package as Savage shows how communist history is repeating in America today, and how to end it. I found it funny that after struggling to find this book I read how Savage is suppressed elsewhere. I have been amazed with how many fans/members of Savage Nation I have met this past year. His audience is a true silent majority. Old, foreign, and not technological these patriots are more connected and aware than anyone from my generation on the other side of the timeline.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Andrew

    Savage has written better books than this book. Savage rambles jumps off on tangents that clutter his main points. This book is more like his radio show and the words do not line up well for transcription. Savage addresses Liberalism, Tariffs , Black Lives Matter, Catholic Charities, Anarchists , Education, Hillary Clinton, Obama and many more hot button issues. With a bit more organization and less tirades, this book has some valid points. I would not recommend this book to anyone, Savage comes Savage has written better books than this book. Savage rambles jumps off on tangents that clutter his main points. This book is more like his radio show and the words do not line up well for transcription. Savage addresses Liberalism, Tariffs , Black Lives Matter, Catholic Charities, Anarchists , Education, Hillary Clinton, Obama and many more hot button issues. With a bit more organization and less tirades, this book has some valid points. I would not recommend this book to anyone, Savage comes off too bitter and disjointed in his writing.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Lois Sittu

    This was a difficult book for me too read not only because it was written before the Presidential election but because the author has some very extreme views. I agreed with much of what he wrote but he expresses it in such a way that he seems as crazy as the far left. The main message of the book is wake up America and do something or we are doomed. Mr. Savage gives his opinion on what we need to do as a nation to correct our many problems. The book is worth reading and you may find out many thi This was a difficult book for me too read not only because it was written before the Presidential election but because the author has some very extreme views. I agreed with much of what he wrote but he expresses it in such a way that he seems as crazy as the far left. The main message of the book is wake up America and do something or we are doomed. Mr. Savage gives his opinion on what we need to do as a nation to correct our many problems. The book is worth reading and you may find out many things that you were not aware of.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Andrea Greene Myers

    Good book. I got through it a lot faster than "Stop the Coming Civil War." Fewer notes to have to look at. The insurance/money stuff goes over my head - that part got a bit tedious talking about that Ponzi scam that happened some years ago, but other than that was super. Typical Savage - always a winner. Good book. I got through it a lot faster than "Stop the Coming Civil War." Fewer notes to have to look at. The insurance/money stuff goes over my head - that part got a bit tedious talking about that Ponzi scam that happened some years ago, but other than that was super. Typical Savage - always a winner.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Steve

    The book was written in 2016. We are well into 2020 with a new President. The flames and riots are fueled by a 47 year old worthless Congressman on the verge of dementia and his 40 year old crackpot potential VP. I am saying time is of the essence and time waits for no one. Vote accordingly or blow on the embers of hell and fan the flames of old Rome.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Ed Adams

    Enjoyed this one greatly.

  19. 5 out of 5

    andrea

    This was a great book to read after the election full of historical information of the last 15 years. Regardless of who you support, you should read it for that information alone.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Shaun Marksbury

    Very helpful on many points. It was interesting reading this a year *after* the election, seeing again what we hoped would be accomplished vs. reality.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Leila

    Savage Confirms his opinion of our Scary National future possibilities. 😱

  22. 4 out of 5

    Roger Bowersox

    Read it.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Jeff Youngblood

    I side with many of the author's political positions here but he does wander, ramble and get a bit ridiculous in this book. It was like reading talk radio (I know, that's what he does) -not a good format for print. I side with many of the author's political positions here but he does wander, ramble and get a bit ridiculous in this book. It was like reading talk radio (I know, that's what he does) -not a good format for print.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Aaron York

    Based on the title, I knew what this was likely going to be. Despite those inclinations, I did find sections of the book thought-provoking; Not the typical R vs. D 'party line' type rhetoric that one can easily grow accustomed to seeing in the marketplace of ideas..... Anyone familiar with Dr. Savage knows he is not a party line defender. I have listened to Dr. Savage from time to time & found him to be someone that really cares about the world in which we live, making one really chew on his ana Based on the title, I knew what this was likely going to be. Despite those inclinations, I did find sections of the book thought-provoking; Not the typical R vs. D 'party line' type rhetoric that one can easily grow accustomed to seeing in the marketplace of ideas..... Anyone familiar with Dr. Savage knows he is not a party line defender. I have listened to Dr. Savage from time to time & found him to be someone that really cares about the world in which we live, making one really chew on his analysis, whether you disagree or not.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Jean

    Scorched Earth discusses many of the big ticket items of concern regarding our government and its action either for or against its citizens. If you have ever heard Dr. Savage on his radio show, you will instantly recognize his voice and viewpoint in his writing. He is a passionate speaker and writer of American concerns. I do believe what he says is true, verified by things I have heard elsewhere in other programs. However, my one wish is that he referenced his points, simply because I would lik Scorched Earth discusses many of the big ticket items of concern regarding our government and its action either for or against its citizens. If you have ever heard Dr. Savage on his radio show, you will instantly recognize his voice and viewpoint in his writing. He is a passionate speaker and writer of American concerns. I do believe what he says is true, verified by things I have heard elsewhere in other programs. However, my one wish is that he referenced his points, simply because I would like to read further. He is writing for every man woman and child, not the scholar. I highly recommend reading chapter 7, "Our Shame." This chapter is a must read; if you read nothing else, read this one.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Nancy

    This non-fiction book is as exciting as any novel I’ve read. I just couldn’t put it down. Everything he says is right on the money. 2 Chronicles 7:14 says, “If my people, who are called by my name, will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and I will forgive their sin and will heal their land.” Our nation is a mess right now. This is our hope. Mr. Savage lays it all out. What wee have now and how we can overcome it. This book was This non-fiction book is as exciting as any novel I’ve read. I just couldn’t put it down. Everything he says is right on the money. 2 Chronicles 7:14 says, “If my people, who are called by my name, will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and I will forgive their sin and will heal their land.” Our nation is a mess right now. This is our hope. Mr. Savage lays it all out. What wee have now and how we can overcome it. This book was my introduction to Mr. Savage. I will continue to read and listen to him. This man has both courage and insight. ***A special thank you to Caanan Byrd who provided a copy at no charge.***

  27. 5 out of 5

    Frank Day

    I hope Michael Savage is exaggerating the threats. Most likely he is just more aware of them. Although I found myself often saying "that can't be!" he makes some thought provoking points. I have to say it was "out there' for me; I am sure true red, white and blue conservatives would be enthralled and their atoms would be quite excited. And their excited atoms might accelerate them to the polls to vote as he suggests for Donald Trump. I hope Michael Savage is exaggerating the threats. Most likely he is just more aware of them. Although I found myself often saying "that can't be!" he makes some thought provoking points. I have to say it was "out there' for me; I am sure true red, white and blue conservatives would be enthralled and their atoms would be quite excited. And their excited atoms might accelerate them to the polls to vote as he suggests for Donald Trump.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Spaz tastic!!

    Wow! What a GREAT read! I flew right through this book. This was the first book I had read from Michael Savage and no disappointments. I've listened to his radio show on numerous occasions and have always wanted to get one of his books to read as well. If you enjoy his radio show, then you will enjoy this book as well. This will be my first book from Michael Savage and it definitely won't be my last, when will the next one be out!? Wow! What a GREAT read! I flew right through this book. This was the first book I had read from Michael Savage and no disappointments. I've listened to his radio show on numerous occasions and have always wanted to get one of his books to read as well. If you enjoy his radio show, then you will enjoy this book as well. This will be my first book from Michael Savage and it definitely won't be my last, when will the next one be out!?

  29. 5 out of 5

    Jim

    Savage is a fierce and articulate patriot who has been promoting borders, language and culture for over 20 years. He holds nothing back in describing the current mess of our country and is critical of both parties. Written before the 2016 presidential election he predicted the election of Donald Trump. Radical Islamists are a very real threat to our country and he lays out the failed approach of the current administration and what we need to do going forward.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Rae

    I read this book, not because I needed to be convinced but to see how far off the mark my own thoughts are. I must say, I agree 100% with Savage. I have never heard is show nor read any of his other books but agree with his observations and opinions. It just reinforced my fear of what the apocalypse we could be facing. Good luck America.

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