David Kahane is the "Hollywood screenwriter" pseudonym for a conservative writer who spoofs insufferable liberals regularly in his column for National Review Online, including his Internet sensatio "I Still Hate You, Sarah Palin." In real life, he is a New York Times bestselling novelist, a screenwriter, and a former journalist and arts critic spoiling to lead the right side over the top.
"A manual for the counter-revolution."--Ann Coulter "The Art of War for conservatives."--Rob Long, contributing editor, National Review "A deadly--and deadly funny--dissection of the people who brought us to this critical moment in America's history, and how to take them down. Witty, smart, and right on target, David Kahane's dismantling of the Left from the inside will have patriots everywhere cheering."--Mark Levin, author of the #1 New York Times bestseller Liberty and Tyranny "Most tough guys aren't funny, and lots of funny people are wimps. Kahane is a funny tough guy. It's a rare combination, and one to be cherished. And his toughness is an intellectual toughness in the service of freedom--even better."--William Kristol, editor, The Weekly Standard "David Kahane is a screamingly unique phenomenon. He seems to know too much about the other side to be a right-winger, but too willing to reveal truth to be a left-winger. In short, he makes everyone uncomfortable, but in the end is so Right. He's just different enough to shake up and wake up politics, with clarity and hilarity."--Kathryn Jean Lopez, editor, National Review Online "David Kahane has never seen an important fight he didn't want to join, and to this most important of all fights he brings along his full arsenal: the singular attention to detail, the grasp of the big picture, and the surgeon's scalpel of wit. Here is a desperately needed clarion call for conservatives."--Andrew C. McCarthy, author of The Grand Jihad "Wicked irony reminiscent of C. S. Lewis' The Screwtape Letters, laced with the cunning shrewdness of a twenty-first-century Machiavelli and spiced with the acerbic panache of an H. L. Mencken...Kahane...aims to incite a riot--a conservative riot. Conservative readers will... draw fresh hope from Kahane's battle plan for turning liberals' own tactics against them....But no reader will leave these pages bored."--Booklist