|# of Units:||6 CDs|
|Length:||6 hours, 30 minutes|
|Tell Your Friends:|
This book is long. Sometimes there is too much to keep up with and drive. I found myself day dreaming often.
It was surprising to find out some of the things that we as Christians have to endure, because of our faith. America has forgotten why we came here to begin with; and now many are trying to erase that history.
The thing that I most disliked about this audio book was the reader. David Limbaugh should have hired his brother to read the book. His monotone, unemotional, dispassionate style made it a very tedious listen. Also, the book from time to time reads like a legal text book, citing precedents and case law. Some of the issues raised by the book were provocative - even outrageous. Limbaugh does an effective job of demonstrating that the positions taken toward religion by contemporary society would in no way have been endorsed by the framers of the constitution.
Limbaugh is a lawyer, nationally syndicated columnist with Creators Syndicate, and political commentator. The brother of radio talk-show host Rush Limbaugh.