Liberalism Is a Mental Disorder


Liberalism Is a Mental Disorder

Infobox Book
name = Liberalism Is a Mental Disorder: Savage Solutions
title_orig =
translator =


image_caption =
author = Michael Savage
illustrator =
cover_artist =
country = USA
language = English
series =
subject = Conservative ideology
genre =
publisher = Nelson Current
release_date = 12 April 2005
english_release_date =
media_type = Hardcover, Paperback, Audio CD (abridged), Audio cassette (abridged), Audio Download
pages = 221 pp
isbn = 1-59555-006-2
preceded_by = The Enemy Within
followed_by = The Political Zoo

"Liberalism Is a Mental Disorder: Savage Solutions" is the twentieth book written by conservative radio personality Michael Savage.

In the book, Michael Savage accuses liberals and leftists of undermining the "sacred pillars" of American life including marriage, the U.S. Constitution, Bill of Rights, and the Ten Commandments. One chapter is dedicated to his criticisms of radical Islam, which he calls "Islamofascism". In each chapter is a "Savage Spotlight of Truth" that purports to cast a light on how liberals spread their political agenda.

"Liberalism is a Mental Disorder" stayed on the Top 10 New York Times best-seller list for several months after its release on April 12, 2005Fact|date=August 2008.

__TOC__

Overview (categorized by chapter)

#Savage first discusses George W. Bush’s actions in the War in Iraq. He suggests that, with a harsh attack, the U.S. could free Iraq and move out. Savage uses a comparison to George S. Patton for his plan. He concludes that with the war over, the US may have more time to focus on domestic problems.
#In the second chapter Savage opines that "Islamist radicals" have turned the growth of Islam into a dangerous campaign, arguing that Islam has links to most terrorist attacks that have occurred the past 20 years. Savage goes on to reference religious passages from the Qur'an which promote killing non-believers. Savage calls radical Islamists Islamofascists, and opines that they have become a large threat in recent years.
#The author then addresses illegal immigration. According to his estimates, over 12 million people entered the United States illegally each year for the past several years. Even in the heightened state of alert after 9/11, Savage writes, all these people enter through the borders, most times without detection. He claims that illegal immigrants also indirectly take money from American citizens through welfare and medicaid.
#Savage then discusses lawyers, opining that many of the numerous lawsuits filed in the U.S. are unnecessary. One of his examples is Seong Sil Kim v. NYCTA, in which Seong Sil Kim was awarded $9.9 million because she stood in front of a train to commit suicide and injured her hand in doing so. Savage alleges that approximately 80% of doctors order unneeded tests and 74% refer patients to other specialists to avoid getting sued, and that many times the tests are paid for with tax money.
#Savage then discusses mass media, criticizing its characterizations of Yassar Arafat following the PLO founder's death. Savage claims that the PLO has killed millions of opposers, and that Arafat was indirectly responsible for millions of deaths; Savage criticizes Arafat's posthumous media profile as "innovative" and "freedom fighter'". Savage also criticizes Arafat for reportedly hiding away billions of dollars that came from different countries that was to help the Palestinian people.
#Savage criticizes groups such as the ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union) and PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals).
#The book ends with a list of reasons why Savage believes John Kerry lost the 2004 election. Savage’s emphasis was on gay marriage, arguing that too many voters oppose it. According to the book's references, of the 11 states that introduced a Defense of Marriage initiative on the 2004 ballot, all 11 supported the bill.

References

External links

* [http://www.thbookservice.com/products/BookPage.asp?prod_cd=c6621 A summary/review]
* [http://www.nrbookservice.com/products/popreview.asp?prod_cd=c6621 Random Reviews]


Wikimedia Foundation. 2010.

Look at other dictionaries:

  • Michael Savage — For other people named Michael Savage, see Michael Savage (disambiguation). Michael Savage Born Michael Alan Weiner March 31, 1942 (1942 03 31) (age 69) The Bronx, New York, U.S. Residence San Francisco, California, U.S …   Wikipedia

  • Michael Savage (commentator) — Infobox Person name = Michael Savage image size = caption = birth name = Michael Alan Weiner birth date = birth date and age|mf=yes|1942|3|31 birth place = flagicon | USA The Bronx, NY, U.S. death date = death place = death cause = resting place …   Wikipedia

  • The Political Zoo — Infobox Book name = The Political Zoo title orig = translator = image caption = author = Michael Savage illustrator = cover artist = country = USA language = English series = subject = Conservative ideology genre = publisher = Nelson Current… …   Wikipedia

  • Views expressed by Michael Savage — Michael Savage calls himself an independent minded individualist and says that he fits no stereotype. Savage criticizes big government , homosexuality, and liberalism, accuses the media of liberal bias, and champions environmentalism and animal… …   Wikipedia

  • 2005 in books — Books and publishing in 2005.Books published in 2005* 100 People Who Are Screwing Up America (and Al Franken is #37), Bernard Goldberg, current events, ISBN 978 0 06 076128 8 * 100 Minute Bible, Michael Hinton, religion, ISBN 978 09551324 0 7 * …   Wikipedia

  • Ann Coulter — At a book signing at CPAC FL in Orlando, Florida …   Wikipedia

  • criminal law — the laws of a state or country dealing with criminal offenses and their punishments. [1580 90] * * * Body of law that defines criminal offenses, regulates the apprehension, charging, and trial of suspected offenders, and fixes punishment for… …   Universalium

  • List of sociology topics — This is a list of topics covered in sociology. This is a shorter list: List of basic sociology topics. NOTOC A absolute poverty achieved status acid rain acute disease adaptation Adultism affect control theory affirmative action affluent… …   Wikipedia

  • Europe, history of — Introduction       history of European peoples and cultures from prehistoric times to the present. Europe is a more ambiguous term than most geographic expressions. Its etymology is doubtful, as is the physical extent of the area it designates.… …   Universalium

  • education — /ej oo kay sheuhn/, n. 1. the act or process of imparting or acquiring general knowledge, developing the powers of reasoning and judgment, and generally of preparing oneself or others intellectually for mature life. 2. the act or process of… …   Universalium


Share the article and excerpts

Direct link
Do a right-click on the link above
and select “Copy Link”

We are using cookies for the best presentation of our site. Continuing to use this site, you agree with this.