My Thoughts On Culture of Corruption

The other day, I completed Michelle Malkin’s Culture of Corruption.  I found this book to be quite interesting about President Obama’s inner circle and the purported events his allies have been involved in.  Ms. Malkin goes into great detail, and provides plenty of end notes for readers to check on her sources.  It was definitely nice to read something different than what the mainstream media reports, that’s for sure.

As with any political book, I try to take anything written with a grain of salt, as books of these types are clearly biased.  That is why it’s so important, in my opinion, to read the broadest spectrum of materials in order to make a fully educated decision.

As I mentioned in my previous post, I will be reading some liberal books as well, so I can have a well-rounded approach.  This book also tells me, once again, that it’s so important to those of us in the electorate, to not only look at experience/qualifications, but to look at that individual’s associates.  We should definitely judge character by whom people hang out and/or associate with as part of our analysis.

I would definitely be interested in reading other materials about the President’s associates/political allies to see if they corroborate and/or dispute what is documented here.  I definitely recommend this book if you wish to learn about the President’s associates and their activities.


About Jeremy

Husband, book lover, Civil War Buff. If I could read for a living I would, but unfortunately, it doesn't pay the bills!

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