Ideological Bigotry, Ideological Violence, Ideological Idiocy–My 3 books are now available

In April of 2009 my first book was published. It is entitled “Ideological Bigotry.”

In April of 2010, after much rewarding hard work, my second and third books have been published at the same time.

The second book is entitled “Ideological Violence.” The third book is entitled “Ideological Idiocy.”

Ideological Bigotry is the hatred of conservatives and Republicans by the left simply for existing and breathing air.

The two tactics used to demonize the right are the labeling of them as evil or as stupid.

Ideological Violence deals with the labeling of conservatives as evil, and the violent tactics the left uses to try and prove their slurs.

Ideological Idiocy deals with the labeling of conservatives as stupid, and how the left uses patently absurd tactics to demonstrate absurdity.

The books are available online through Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and of course iUniverse. They are available in hard copy, soft copy paperback, and on Kindle.

While the second and third books are twins, they can be read separately and independently from the first book.

I will have many things to say in the coming days, months, and years.

Today, I just want to thank everybody who helped make these books a reality.

Since my first book came out, I transitioned from a Wall Street career to a full time public speaker. I travel around America making friends I will have for life.

I am the luckiest man on the planet.

Thank you all, every one of you. Now please buy my books. I will come to your town and autograph them as soon as I can.

Ideological Bigotry, Ideological Violence, and Ideological Idiocy are now the Tygrrrr Express trilogy.


19 Responses to “Ideological Bigotry, Ideological Violence, Ideological Idiocy–My 3 books are now available”

  1. Well, I think it’s great to see that you’ve now become a full-time politico! I notice on all your book reviews it says that you’re “morally liberal.” Do you address these “morally liberal” positions when you sepak at these functions? What do you mean by “morally liberal?” You’re very hawkish, you seem abivilent about some social/moral issues and outright hostile to liberal social movements. Nothing “liberal’ there. Do you just mean that you are personally “morally liberal?” I don’t know of anyone politically “liberal” who believes endless skirt chasing is “liberal.” I seriously doubt these conservative women’s groups would appreciate it either! Not that there’s anything wrong with it. Of course, in the classical sense of the word “liberal,” and I assume that’s what you’re employing here, I guess your use would make sense. “Liberal,” in that sense, simply means “without restriction.” Just the same, I don’t really know what “morally liberal” really means. Morals are sets of values. Morals themselves can be liberal or conservative. But your morals, as can be judged from your political positions, are in no way “liberal,” at least not in the modern sense of the word. Really, all you seem to mean by “morally liberal” is “sexually liberal.” Which is all well and fine, but far from a moral epistemology. You’re a good guy and all, but you are most certainly NOT a “morally liberal” person. That would be someone like me.


  2. Micky 2 says:

    Morally liberal;

    Speaking for myself that would mean that I try my best to adhere to my morals.
    But if given enough provocation be it violence, politics, I may have to put them aside for a minute if the situation proves dire enough.
    My wifes great, so the sex/skirt chasing issue need not apply

  3. Dav Lev says:

    I don’t intend these book as competition for the author, but
    want everyone reading this blog to consider them for your
    cart of book purchases:
    1. Liberal Fascism
    2. Fleeced
    3. Six Days of War
    4. WW4
    5. The Israel Test
    6. War and Decision
    All the above try to tell US all that we are in a war for
    the West’s (most especially the US), survival, and of our
    best and most reliable ally, Israel.

    The book I liked the best was frankly, Six Days of War
    by Michael Oren, Israel’s ambassador to the US.

    WW4 is second on my list of best to read.

    Every American, whether Republican, Independent or Democrat
    should read at least one of the above listed, for an accurate
    insight into what we are all facing, Islamic Fascism.

    Mr. Oren describes the Egyptian and Syrian forces which
    were poised to attack Israel, and the act that started that war,
    the blockage of Israel’s waterwa (which the US had pledged
    in 1956 to keep open). It didn’t. Over 100,000 Egyptians
    were at the Negev Desert..with Russian supplied weapons, including
    the most advanced missiles and bombers.

    As I have posted previously, Israel waited, then sent up all its
    airforce, wiping out over 400 Arab planes. The bold and
    brazen act really ended that war quickly. The Russians resupplied
    Egypt quickly. Israel’s tank divisions did the rest, thanks to
    Arik Sharon and others.

    Israel offered peace with the Arabs and the return of the territories 3 nos from the Arab League (they wanted no part of
    peace and no negotiations).

    In 1973, Egypt/Syria again attacked Israel and almost cut it into 2.
    Arik Sharon crossed the Canal, with a few tanks, outflanked the Egyptians
    and opened a window to Cairo for Israel’s IDF (army).

    Now, the Arabs are embolden again, (thanks Obama), and expect
    him to pressure Israel to reverse the war if nothing had
    happened inbetween, like 73, the War of Attrition, 2 Intifadas,
    and the wars in Lebanon and Gaza.

    Had Israel lost one war, there would be no discussions.

    The other book WW4, was written by Norman Podoretz, former
    editor Commentary Magazine. He describes WW1, 2, 3 and now
    our war with Islamic Fascism. It was a best seller. It is
    really scary. This war before Iran enriched it’s uranium to
    20% and boasted of advanced long range missiles and cruise (smart)

    We all know that Iran threatened just this week to destroy the Zionist
    experiment if attacked. That Israel is NO MATCH FOR IRAN.

    Well, we shall see.

    I would also recommend Liberal Fascism and War and Decision.
    War and Decision is about why we went into Afghanistan and Iraq,
    freeing 50 m Muslims from tyranny.

    One of the reasons described was the fear of WMD, which
    Iraq did not possess apparently or gave to an Arab
    country (Syria).

    Some decry this war, believing the WMD allegation predominated
    our thinking. It did not. We went into Iraq to get rid of Saddam
    Hussein, and his thuggery regime..which we did.

    Whether one believes we erred, will be left to historians.
    The fact that there were no attacks afterwards, says something

    I hope to read three books later this year, by David Frum, Karl Rove
    and the third by the editor of The New Yorker.

    Ill report on them later and my opinions.

    Hey guys, anyone read the LA Times article about the former
    head of the Federal Reserve? He says that the Congress demanded
    low interest rates so that everyone could enjoy the American dream.
    He also said, there were some mistakes, but the real culprits
    were lending institutions that should have known better.

    I find it most interesting that the Democrats have been in control of
    Congress for the past 4 years..during the time this all happened.

    Yet, liberals are now pointing fingers at we Republicans for all the
    mess..AND like Obama’s foreign policies, pressuring our friends
    to national suicide while endearing ourselves to our enemies, who want
    US destroyed.

    But we are partly to blame: I noticed a gasoline station today
    which sells gas mined in Venezuela….it was filled to capacity.
    It’s gas is 10 cents less than it’s rivals.

    What the Ambassador to the US did not say last night on TV was
    that his country is building the largest naval base in South America
    in Venezuela and purchased billions in arms these past few years.
    (With our shekels).

    Oh me oh my, what next?

    Owe, Barbara Boxer is going around the Valley telling people
    the stimulus plan is giving them jobs.

    Yeah, right.

  4. Dan’s book list is retarded.

    I’ll tell ya’ – these days, conservatives really need to get some brains back in their movement. The main reason people think conservatives are idiots these days is that most of them are. There was a time that wasn’t true. There was a time that conservatives, like them or not, were educated people with intelligent arguments. Here’s some books I’ve read over the years that I think todays conservatives would be wise to read:

    Buried Alive – Walter Karp
    Miles Gone By – William F. Buckley Jr.
    You Can Fool All of the People All of the Time – Art Buchwald
    The Bible – a bunch of ancient men


  5. Toma says:

    Well Jers I see that everyone but you is an uneducated idiot. You are predictably trite.

    Good books:

    “The Tempting of America” Robert Bork
    “Years of Upheaval” Henry Kissinger

    If any one is interested in what is happening to America today these two books are a must read.

    “Call of the Wild” Jack London. My personal favorite.


  6. Micky 2 says:

    “these days, conservatives really need to get some brains back in their movement. The main reason people think conservatives are idiots these days is that most of them are.”

    Heh heh.
    Yeah, you guys picked a real winner.

    “Duh, hope and change ? sure, where do I sign ?”

  7. blacktygrrrr says:

    To answer an earlier question, the difference between being morally liberal and sexually liberal is that morally liberal sounds significantly more polite.

    When people ask me about being morally liberal, my response is that I have held hands with women without being married. That is a true statement, and sanitized clean.

    eric :)

  8. Micky 2 says:

    Required reading material for all liberals


    (a guide for Global Leadership)

    All I really need to know about how to live and what to do and how to be I learned in kindergarten. Wisdom was not at the top of the graduate school mountain, but there in the sand pile at school.

    These are the things I learned:
    Share everything.
    Play fair.
    Don’t hit people.
    Put things back where you found them.
    Clean up your own mess.
    Don’t take things that aren’t yours.
    Say you’re sorry when you hurt somebody.
    Wash your hands before you eat.
    Warm cookies and cold milk are good for you.
    Live a balanced life – learn some and think some and draw and paint and sing and dance and play and work every day some.
    Take a nap every afternoon.
    When you go out in the world, watch out for traffic, hold hands and stick together.
    Be aware of wonder. Remember the little seed in the Styrofoam cup: the roots go down and the plant goes up and nobody really knows how or why, but we are all like that.
    Goldfish and hamsters and white mice and even the little seed in the Styrofoam cup – they all die. So do we.
    And then remember the Dick-and-Jane books and the first word you learned – the biggest word of all – LOOK.

  9. Toma says:

    Good one Micky. I went to kindergarten at home but the lessons were the same.


  10. Micky 2 says:

    Yeah Toma, I was just funnin around.

    It can be applied both ways, politically speaking.

    Theres three things in the lessons that bothered me a litte that liberals seem to of taken in the wrong direction.

    “Share everything.”

    They take this in its full context without any application to the adult world.
    No, we should not “share everything”
    Obama seems to have not grown up and realized that what most kids get is given to them due to the fruits of someone elses labor.
    We are not kids anymore and are entitled to have and keep what we earn deciding upon our own just how altruistic we want to be. I would gladly help the whole world with every problem it has if I could, but my family will come first no matter what. And he is trying to help the whole world at the expense of a lot of families with little regard for the futures of their kids.

    “Don’t take things that aren’t yours.”

    I think we can all dig up quite a few policies lately that violate this lesson.
    If you’re not going to “share everything” then these schmucks will simply take it from you. Conservatives have done this also in various forms of taxation as well as liberals. But the healthcare bill is the greatest example of mandated payment with penalties for non compliance that I’ve ever seen.

    And then theres this which was inserted independently by the liberal who runs the blog I lifted it from;

    “(a guide for Global Leadership)”

    That creeped me out

  11. Wow! That was an unexpected visit from the ol’ host! That certainly cleared things up!

    Toma, I certainly never said anything like that! And your reading list is pretty good. I haven’t read any books by Robert Bork, and I doubt I will, but I’m sure he’s an interesting read. I have read some things he’s written for periodicals over the years, and he strikes me as nuts, but smart. A Bircher type. I’m not a London fan, but I have read him quite a bit (I had to for school). I think he’s an important read. I read A World Restored years ago as part of reading I was doing regarding figures in the 19th century. I was fascinated with the Realist geopolitical philosophy. I agree completely that today’s conservatives should go back and read Kissinger. Whether the reader agres with Kissinger’s conclusions or not, he presents perhaps a valuable view of “modern” (post-renaissance) geopolitical history.

    Micky, a book with the words “Kindergarten” in the title says all we really need to know about today’s conservatives. Their simple-minded “common sense” worldview is a perfect example of what’s wrong with the American intellect these days.


  12. Micky 2 says:

    Whats your problem ?
    People be they liberals or conservatives are not stupid just because of their affiliations.
    Maybe the ideals a values are different but you’d really make yourself look a lot smarter if you stopped this shtick of yours that claims you’re the only one with any brains.
    Theres nuts on both sides, that doesnt make us all idiots.
    Its getting really lame already.

    I dont any examples of any superior intellects doing any other countries on the planet any good.
    So common sense is wrong intellect huh ?
    I could use that right there as perfect example of some pretty backwards thinking

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  14. I remember a class I had in college where on the first the day the professor reminded us, “Common sense is just that – common.” When you study the world around us more in-depth, one of the fist things you realize is that many truths are counterintuitive. Common sense is that sort of cultural intuition, that knee-jerk assumption about the world around us.

    For example, because we Christian Westerners do not understand Muslim rationale, and so we assume they are irrational, and so when they do something we don’t understand, our common sense informs us that what they did must be “crazy,” senseless, irrational. In reality, they have a deeply formed rationale that we would do well to understand if we’re ever going to stop Islamic-related terrorism. Common sense fails us here.

    I could go on and on. The trouble with common sense is that it tends to be really just a “gut reaction” to things. While much of the time the “gut” serves us very well in the simple everyday things we deal with, when something complex comes along the gut reaction is most often the worst possible reaction.


  15. Micky 2 says:

    yeah, so you use Americas misconceptions of Islam as an example of how common sense doesnt work.
    Well, you can thank your msm for giving America the perception it has on that subject.
    That isnot an example of a lack of common sense its an example og instilled group think mentallity which I believe was resposible for Obamas election
    There was certainly not much common sense involved in determining whther or not he was the right guy. Votes were placed on “hope and change” an very little display of common sense.
    If you stick your hand in the flame and it burns you common sense dictates that you dont do it again.
    Yet this administration insist on using methods of the past that have been proven failures.
    Common sense is the foundation upon which we build more complex thought
    That complex though by some gets carried to an extreme sometimes that leads to basic principle/description of insanity, totally forgetting the basic reality that if didnt work after the umteentyh time it’ll never work.
    The left, the right has repeated the same mistakes out of idealistic wishfull thinking disregarding common sense completely.
    But never have I seen a congress and administration carry this defect to such an extent as this one.

    Much like the junkie, you have to change your ways and lifestyle, admit what you’ve been trying, each time, never worked.
    All the meetings, all the therapy, all the treatment was great. I still kept slipping here and there.
    But once I grew up and realized that this sht just doesnt work (common sense) achieving my goal was so much easier to have and keep

  16. greyhawk says:

    All we need to know is this: Are we Americans First and if so, then why do we not act like it and put an end to all the Liberal Fascism imposed on us by Political Correctness, Cultural Diversity and all the other Code Words that government uses to impose Radical Ideas and Policies on We the People of the USA???

    There are a lot of nefarious groups in America who have been systematically destroying this nation, it’s sovereignty, it’s customs, values, beliefs, traditions, etc. This is being done at the local level, state level and federal levels of government. Political Correctness and Cultural Diversity are tools of Divisiveness and people, for the most part, have innocently gone along with whatever the latest trend they have been brainwashed or shamed into accepting. It is time to put an end to these insane policies that are destroying our nation by destroying our past and our roots. I am proud to be An American. I am proud to be An Alabamian. I am proud to be a Veteran. I am proud to be Me. I am proud of my ancestors, both Europeans and Indians. But, I am not a Hyphenated-American. I am just a plain old American who loves my country, its history, values, beliefs, traditions, customs, language and borders. I love my southern heritage and I love my American Heritage. My European Ancestors Left Europe as peasants fleeing a Monarchy That Was Dictatorial with No Avenues for A Peasant to rise above Peasantry. My European ancestors were poor serfs who had to serve monarchs and who were indentured and otherwise served the fiefdoms and monarchs. They fled that system to seek freedom in Colonial America and after establishing Colonial America, they and others decided to Rebel Against the Tyranny of Monarchs, thus the USA was born.

    We Have To Take America back to it’s Roots.

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