Still the Best Hope: Why the World Needs American Values to Triumph

Still the Best Hope: Why the World Needs American Values to Triumph

Conservative radio host and syndicated columnist Dennis Prager provides a bold, sweeping look at the future of civilization with Still theBest Hope, and offers a strong, cogent argument for why basic American values must triumph in a dangerously uncertain world. Humanity stands at a crossroads, and the only alternatives to the ?American Trinity? of liberty, natural rights Conservative radio host and syndicated columnist Dennis Prager provides a bold, sweeping look at the future of civil...

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Title:Still the Best Hope: Why the World Needs American Values to Triumph
Author:Dennis Prager
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Genres:Politics
ISBN:0061985120
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:448 pages pages

Still the Best Hope: Why the World Needs American Values to Triumph Reviews

  • Sandra St. Amand
    Jun 23, 2012

    Don't you hate it when you read a book that forces you to take a step back and do some serious reevaluation? This book did that to me. Dennis Prager lays out the case for why traditional Conservative, American, Judeo-Christian values are the best hope for the world. So what are Amer...

    Since most American schools, especially high schools teach little American History these days, this book is very informative. It explains the American value system and what is called the American Trinity, E Pluribus Unem, (Out of many, ONE), Liberty, and In God We Trust. (All of which ...

    Dennis Prager is a favorite of mine and here he gives a clear and strong argument for a return to American values and the two forces that are opposing it. This book is profound and what I always appreciate with Prager is that there is none of the type of nastiness and contempt that one...

    Having listened to Dennis Prager for years it is easy to conclude he is among the wisest men in the world. His insite is kind and compassionate for the individual yet critical when necessary of the oversteps by government into the lives of Americans. This is a well written book that...

    I've always liked Dennis Prager because, of all the conservative talk show hosts out there, I believe him to be one of the more level-headed and less offensive ones out there. I'm an admitted conservative which I do not apologize for, yet it saddens me when those I agree with on issues...

    Wow. This was a *stunning indictment* - clear, cogent, thorough, level-headed - of both "Leftism" (think Western Europe, supporters of the ideal of socialism) and Islamism (not Islam per se, but those who support sharia-based rule of law or who feel 9/11 was justified), as well as a...

    This isn't a book I would normally read but I gave it a chance because my husband liked it so much. I tried to keep an open mind but for the most part, all this book did was succeed in making me enraged. I listened to it in the car and found myself yelling at it on a regular basis. ...

    The best book I have read that clearly explains the Left, Islamism, and American Values. His case is clearly made at how American Values from the Founders, though not all Christian, were all God concentric. Without God, the moral values this country is based on will fall. That man is i...

    I am reading this as part of a discussion group. I disagree with about 90% of what Prager says. His biggest methodological error to date is that he takes everything he doesn't like about modern society and lumps it under the term "Leftism." It is an ironic parallel to what hitler did i...

    Should be required reading in middle school history or social studies. I think I will require my daugher to read it. ...

    A well presented argument for why traditional American values are better than the alternatives. Conservative America and liberal America hold different visions for America. The Left wants America to look like Western Europe. ?The Left wants Europe's quasi pacifism, cradle-to-gra...

    I didn't give it the full five stars because I'd actually heard and read most of the points the author made before, while he was preparing the book. Not his fault. This book sets out to describe what American values are, what the alternatives are, and why American values are the best ...

    I'm always hesitant reading books by Radio Talk Show Hosts because I fear it being nothing more than a text version of their programs. Honestly, I have to say that is the case here, but Dennis Prager is so brilliant in his description of America's Culture War, that this book represen...

    Very compelling book. Prager is very sincere and writes with authority. One of the best for the year. y Marc Jacobs Amazon Review This review is from: Still the Best Hope: Why the World Needs American Values to Triumph (Hardcover) This book explains why the American Value System i...

    Prager is a believer. A believer in the American way of life and the core values that helped shape this nation and to a larger degree the world through its influence and hope. In this book he sets out to explain clearly and with plenty of evidence. While at times I found the depth of ...

    I was introduced to this book by a speaker at BYU's education week, who recommended this for additional reading. Outstanding analysis and insight into why America is slipping and why we need to renew those values we once held dear and which originally made this country great. Prager ou...

    Dennis Prager's most recent book analyzes three political philosophies and their impact, for better or worse, on people and nations. He discusses Leftism, Islamism, and what he calls the "American Trinity" of values: Liberty, In God We Trust, and E Pluribus Unum. As a conservative guy,...

    Meh. I read this book because I wanted to hear a clear and insightful defence of conservatism from someone who was qualified to give it. I realized two things while reading this: 1. I was already familiar with most of the main points from listening to Prager's radio show. 2. These type...

    Prager clearly and convincingly calls out Leftism for what it is. The analysis of the Left's tactics, policies, and results are very hard to refute. I found his commentary on why the Left exaggerates crises and racism, hates Israel and Christianity, supports Islam, and covers for Islam...

    This book more provides an excellent description of what American values are. By boiling it down to Liberty, In God We Trust, and E Pluribus Unum (the American Trinity), he gives us a succinct way of keeping it clear in our minds. It also makes it easier to communicate them to others. ...

    Leftism, Islam and Islamism & The American Trinity, parts of the whole that make up this book that took Dennis over 10 years to write. It is hard for me to believe there is anyone out there who thinks things are going well for the U.S. these days. What are the causes, what did ...

    Mr. Prager has rendered an invaluable service to America in the writing of this book. He reminds us of the uniquely American values and precepts that are our common inheritance. If we would only be guided by him and pass along this inheritance to our children, the American experim...

    I listened to the book while driving to and from Utah. It was over 14 hours of listening. I do not recommend listening to it. I think it would be much better read. I found it very interesting. It had a lot of really good information in it. I thought the book was way to long. I thi...

    In my opinion, no conservative thinker comes as close as Dennis Prager does, in making the best arguments for most right wing positions. I don't agree on absolutely everything, but by and large I find myself changing my positions. The examples and stories in this book are great. Mr. Pr...

    Not dry like you may think. Very logical with clarity and distinctions of notions & beliefs that ppl have but may not realize they have been mis-labeling themselves. Great chart in the Appendix to compare ideas. The appendix itself is the one huge reason for buying the book and ...

    If I could give this book no stars- I would. The only redeeming part is the end where he takes a forward view defining American values. The rest is arrogant right-wing propaganda where Prager lumps his side into a meek, intelligent, on G-d's side entity and everyone else who doesn'...

    I believe Dennis has placed a macroscopic wrapper around current religion and politics. The two seem inseparable. Denise makes the rift between left and right understandable. I believe he opens the door for dialogue. ...

    Fresh perspective on American values and valid, poignant arguments as to why anything else will lead only to less freedom, happiness, and human progress. ...

    Wonderful read. Wish it was required reading in our colleges and universities. ...

  • Maureen Lang
    May 09, 2012

    Don't you hate it when you read a book that forces you to take a step back and do some serious reevaluation? This book did that to me. Dennis Prager lays out the case for why traditional Conservative, American, Judeo-Christian values are the best hope for the world. So what are Amer...

    Since most American schools, especially high schools teach little American History these days, this book is very informative. It explains the American value system and what is called the American Trinity, E Pluribus Unem, (Out of many, ONE), Liberty, and In God We Trust. (All of which ...

    Dennis Prager is a favorite of mine and here he gives a clear and strong argument for a return to American values and the two forces that are opposing it. This book is profound and what I always appreciate with Prager is that there is none of the type of nastiness and contempt that one...

    Having listened to Dennis Prager for years it is easy to conclude he is among the wisest men in the world. His insite is kind and compassionate for the individual yet critical when necessary of the oversteps by government into the lives of Americans. This is a well written book that...

    I've always liked Dennis Prager because, of all the conservative talk show hosts out there, I believe him to be one of the more level-headed and less offensive ones out there. I'm an admitted conservative which I do not apologize for, yet it saddens me when those I agree with on issues...

  • Brian
    May 15, 2012

    Don't you hate it when you read a book that forces you to take a step back and do some serious reevaluation? This book did that to me. Dennis Prager lays out the case for why traditional Conservative, American, Judeo-Christian values are the best hope for the world. So what are Amer...

    Since most American schools, especially high schools teach little American History these days, this book is very informative. It explains the American value system and what is called the American Trinity, E Pluribus Unem, (Out of many, ONE), Liberty, and In God We Trust. (All of which ...

    Dennis Prager is a favorite of mine and here he gives a clear and strong argument for a return to American values and the two forces that are opposing it. This book is profound and what I always appreciate with Prager is that there is none of the type of nastiness and contempt that one...

    Having listened to Dennis Prager for years it is easy to conclude he is among the wisest men in the world. His insite is kind and compassionate for the individual yet critical when necessary of the oversteps by government into the lives of Americans. This is a well written book that...

    I've always liked Dennis Prager because, of all the conservative talk show hosts out there, I believe him to be one of the more level-headed and less offensive ones out there. I'm an admitted conservative which I do not apologize for, yet it saddens me when those I agree with on issues...

    Wow. This was a *stunning indictment* - clear, cogent, thorough, level-headed - of both "Leftism" (think Western Europe, supporters of the ideal of socialism) and Islamism (not Islam per se, but those who support sharia-based rule of law or who feel 9/11 was justified), as well as a...

    This isn't a book I would normally read but I gave it a chance because my husband liked it so much. I tried to keep an open mind but for the most part, all this book did was succeed in making me enraged. I listened to it in the car and found myself yelling at it on a regular basis. ...

    The best book I have read that clearly explains the Left, Islamism, and American Values. His case is clearly made at how American Values from the Founders, though not all Christian, were all God concentric. Without God, the moral values this country is based on will fall. That man is i...

    I am reading this as part of a discussion group. I disagree with about 90% of what Prager says. His biggest methodological error to date is that he takes everything he doesn't like about modern society and lumps it under the term "Leftism." It is an ironic parallel to what hitler did i...

    Should be required reading in middle school history or social studies. I think I will require my daugher to read it. ...

    A well presented argument for why traditional American values are better than the alternatives. Conservative America and liberal America hold different visions for America. The Left wants America to look like Western Europe. ?The Left wants Europe's quasi pacifism, cradle-to-gra...

    I didn't give it the full five stars because I'd actually heard and read most of the points the author made before, while he was preparing the book. Not his fault. This book sets out to describe what American values are, what the alternatives are, and why American values are the best ...

    I'm always hesitant reading books by Radio Talk Show Hosts because I fear it being nothing more than a text version of their programs. Honestly, I have to say that is the case here, but Dennis Prager is so brilliant in his description of America's Culture War, that this book represen...

    Very compelling book. Prager is very sincere and writes with authority. One of the best for the year. y Marc Jacobs Amazon Review This review is from: Still the Best Hope: Why the World Needs American Values to Triumph (Hardcover) This book explains why the American Value System i...

    Prager is a believer. A believer in the American way of life and the core values that helped shape this nation and to a larger degree the world through its influence and hope. In this book he sets out to explain clearly and with plenty of evidence. While at times I found the depth of ...

    I was introduced to this book by a speaker at BYU's education week, who recommended this for additional reading. Outstanding analysis and insight into why America is slipping and why we need to renew those values we once held dear and which originally made this country great. Prager ou...

    Dennis Prager's most recent book analyzes three political philosophies and their impact, for better or worse, on people and nations. He discusses Leftism, Islamism, and what he calls the "American Trinity" of values: Liberty, In God We Trust, and E Pluribus Unum. As a conservative guy,...

    Meh. I read this book because I wanted to hear a clear and insightful defence of conservatism from someone who was qualified to give it. I realized two things while reading this: 1. I was already familiar with most of the main points from listening to Prager's radio show. 2. These type...

    Prager clearly and convincingly calls out Leftism for what it is. The analysis of the Left's tactics, policies, and results are very hard to refute. I found his commentary on why the Left exaggerates crises and racism, hates Israel and Christianity, supports Islam, and covers for Islam...

    This book more provides an excellent description of what American values are. By boiling it down to Liberty, In God We Trust, and E Pluribus Unum (the American Trinity), he gives us a succinct way of keeping it clear in our minds. It also makes it easier to communicate them to others. ...

    Leftism, Islam and Islamism & The American Trinity, parts of the whole that make up this book that took Dennis over 10 years to write. It is hard for me to believe there is anyone out there who thinks things are going well for the U.S. these days. What are the causes, what did ...

  • goddess
    Aug 19, 2012

    Don't you hate it when you read a book that forces you to take a step back and do some serious reevaluation? This book did that to me. Dennis Prager lays out the case for why traditional Conservative, American, Judeo-Christian values are the best hope for the world. So what are Amer...

    Since most American schools, especially high schools teach little American History these days, this book is very informative. It explains the American value system and what is called the American Trinity, E Pluribus Unem, (Out of many, ONE), Liberty, and In God We Trust. (All of which ...

    Dennis Prager is a favorite of mine and here he gives a clear and strong argument for a return to American values and the two forces that are opposing it. This book is profound and what I always appreciate with Prager is that there is none of the type of nastiness and contempt that one...

    Having listened to Dennis Prager for years it is easy to conclude he is among the wisest men in the world. His insite is kind and compassionate for the individual yet critical when necessary of the oversteps by government into the lives of Americans. This is a well written book that...

    I've always liked Dennis Prager because, of all the conservative talk show hosts out there, I believe him to be one of the more level-headed and less offensive ones out there. I'm an admitted conservative which I do not apologize for, yet it saddens me when those I agree with on issues...

    Wow. This was a *stunning indictment* - clear, cogent, thorough, level-headed - of both "Leftism" (think Western Europe, supporters of the ideal of socialism) and Islamism (not Islam per se, but those who support sharia-based rule of law or who feel 9/11 was justified), as well as a...

    This isn't a book I would normally read but I gave it a chance because my husband liked it so much. I tried to keep an open mind but for the most part, all this book did was succeed in making me enraged. I listened to it in the car and found myself yelling at it on a regular basis. ...

    The best book I have read that clearly explains the Left, Islamism, and American Values. His case is clearly made at how American Values from the Founders, though not all Christian, were all God concentric. Without God, the moral values this country is based on will fall. That man is i...

    I am reading this as part of a discussion group. I disagree with about 90% of what Prager says. His biggest methodological error to date is that he takes everything he doesn't like about modern society and lumps it under the term "Leftism." It is an ironic parallel to what hitler did i...

    Should be required reading in middle school history or social studies. I think I will require my daugher to read it. ...

    A well presented argument for why traditional American values are better than the alternatives. Conservative America and liberal America hold different visions for America. The Left wants America to look like Western Europe. ?The Left wants Europe's quasi pacifism, cradle-to-gra...

    I didn't give it the full five stars because I'd actually heard and read most of the points the author made before, while he was preparing the book. Not his fault. This book sets out to describe what American values are, what the alternatives are, and why American values are the best ...

    I'm always hesitant reading books by Radio Talk Show Hosts because I fear it being nothing more than a text version of their programs. Honestly, I have to say that is the case here, but Dennis Prager is so brilliant in his description of America's Culture War, that this book represen...

    Very compelling book. Prager is very sincere and writes with authority. One of the best for the year. y Marc Jacobs Amazon Review This review is from: Still the Best Hope: Why the World Needs American Values to Triumph (Hardcover) This book explains why the American Value System i...

    Prager is a believer. A believer in the American way of life and the core values that helped shape this nation and to a larger degree the world through its influence and hope. In this book he sets out to explain clearly and with plenty of evidence. While at times I found the depth of ...

    I was introduced to this book by a speaker at BYU's education week, who recommended this for additional reading. Outstanding analysis and insight into why America is slipping and why we need to renew those values we once held dear and which originally made this country great. Prager ou...

  • Brenda
    May 17, 2012

    Don't you hate it when you read a book that forces you to take a step back and do some serious reevaluation? This book did that to me. Dennis Prager lays out the case for why traditional Conservative, American, Judeo-Christian values are the best hope for the world. So what are Amer...

    Since most American schools, especially high schools teach little American History these days, this book is very informative. It explains the American value system and what is called the American Trinity, E Pluribus Unem, (Out of many, ONE), Liberty, and In God We Trust. (All of which ...

  • Ryan
    Jun 03, 2012

    Don't you hate it when you read a book that forces you to take a step back and do some serious reevaluation? This book did that to me. Dennis Prager lays out the case for why traditional Conservative, American, Judeo-Christian values are the best hope for the world. So what are Amer...

    Since most American schools, especially high schools teach little American History these days, this book is very informative. It explains the American value system and what is called the American Trinity, E Pluribus Unem, (Out of many, ONE), Liberty, and In God We Trust. (All of which ...

    Dennis Prager is a favorite of mine and here he gives a clear and strong argument for a return to American values and the two forces that are opposing it. This book is profound and what I always appreciate with Prager is that there is none of the type of nastiness and contempt that one...

    Having listened to Dennis Prager for years it is easy to conclude he is among the wisest men in the world. His insite is kind and compassionate for the individual yet critical when necessary of the oversteps by government into the lives of Americans. This is a well written book that...

    I've always liked Dennis Prager because, of all the conservative talk show hosts out there, I believe him to be one of the more level-headed and less offensive ones out there. I'm an admitted conservative which I do not apologize for, yet it saddens me when those I agree with on issues...

    Wow. This was a *stunning indictment* - clear, cogent, thorough, level-headed - of both "Leftism" (think Western Europe, supporters of the ideal of socialism) and Islamism (not Islam per se, but those who support sharia-based rule of law or who feel 9/11 was justified), as well as a...

    This isn't a book I would normally read but I gave it a chance because my husband liked it so much. I tried to keep an open mind but for the most part, all this book did was succeed in making me enraged. I listened to it in the car and found myself yelling at it on a regular basis. ...

    The best book I have read that clearly explains the Left, Islamism, and American Values. His case is clearly made at how American Values from the Founders, though not all Christian, were all God concentric. Without God, the moral values this country is based on will fall. That man is i...

    I am reading this as part of a discussion group. I disagree with about 90% of what Prager says. His biggest methodological error to date is that he takes everything he doesn't like about modern society and lumps it under the term "Leftism." It is an ironic parallel to what hitler did i...

    Should be required reading in middle school history or social studies. I think I will require my daugher to read it. ...

    A well presented argument for why traditional American values are better than the alternatives. Conservative America and liberal America hold different visions for America. The Left wants America to look like Western Europe. ?The Left wants Europe's quasi pacifism, cradle-to-gra...

    I didn't give it the full five stars because I'd actually heard and read most of the points the author made before, while he was preparing the book. Not his fault. This book sets out to describe what American values are, what the alternatives are, and why American values are the best ...

    I'm always hesitant reading books by Radio Talk Show Hosts because I fear it being nothing more than a text version of their programs. Honestly, I have to say that is the case here, but Dennis Prager is so brilliant in his description of America's Culture War, that this book represen...

    Very compelling book. Prager is very sincere and writes with authority. One of the best for the year. y Marc Jacobs Amazon Review This review is from: Still the Best Hope: Why the World Needs American Values to Triumph (Hardcover) This book explains why the American Value System i...

    Prager is a believer. A believer in the American way of life and the core values that helped shape this nation and to a larger degree the world through its influence and hope. In this book he sets out to explain clearly and with plenty of evidence. While at times I found the depth of ...

    I was introduced to this book by a speaker at BYU's education week, who recommended this for additional reading. Outstanding analysis and insight into why America is slipping and why we need to renew those values we once held dear and which originally made this country great. Prager ou...

    Dennis Prager's most recent book analyzes three political philosophies and their impact, for better or worse, on people and nations. He discusses Leftism, Islamism, and what he calls the "American Trinity" of values: Liberty, In God We Trust, and E Pluribus Unum. As a conservative guy,...

    Meh. I read this book because I wanted to hear a clear and insightful defence of conservatism from someone who was qualified to give it. I realized two things while reading this: 1. I was already familiar with most of the main points from listening to Prager's radio show. 2. These type...

    Prager clearly and convincingly calls out Leftism for what it is. The analysis of the Left's tactics, policies, and results are very hard to refute. I found his commentary on why the Left exaggerates crises and racism, hates Israel and Christianity, supports Islam, and covers for Islam...

  • Louise Silk
    Aug 07, 2013

    Don't you hate it when you read a book that forces you to take a step back and do some serious reevaluation? This book did that to me. Dennis Prager lays out the case for why traditional Conservative, American, Judeo-Christian values are the best hope for the world. So what are Amer...

    Since most American schools, especially high schools teach little American History these days, this book is very informative. It explains the American value system and what is called the American Trinity, E Pluribus Unem, (Out of many, ONE), Liberty, and In God We Trust. (All of which ...

    Dennis Prager is a favorite of mine and here he gives a clear and strong argument for a return to American values and the two forces that are opposing it. This book is profound and what I always appreciate with Prager is that there is none of the type of nastiness and contempt that one...

    Having listened to Dennis Prager for years it is easy to conclude he is among the wisest men in the world. His insite is kind and compassionate for the individual yet critical when necessary of the oversteps by government into the lives of Americans. This is a well written book that...

    I've always liked Dennis Prager because, of all the conservative talk show hosts out there, I believe him to be one of the more level-headed and less offensive ones out there. I'm an admitted conservative which I do not apologize for, yet it saddens me when those I agree with on issues...

    Wow. This was a *stunning indictment* - clear, cogent, thorough, level-headed - of both "Leftism" (think Western Europe, supporters of the ideal of socialism) and Islamism (not Islam per se, but those who support sharia-based rule of law or who feel 9/11 was justified), as well as a...

    This isn't a book I would normally read but I gave it a chance because my husband liked it so much. I tried to keep an open mind but for the most part, all this book did was succeed in making me enraged. I listened to it in the car and found myself yelling at it on a regular basis. ...

    The best book I have read that clearly explains the Left, Islamism, and American Values. His case is clearly made at how American Values from the Founders, though not all Christian, were all God concentric. Without God, the moral values this country is based on will fall. That man is i...

    I am reading this as part of a discussion group. I disagree with about 90% of what Prager says. His biggest methodological error to date is that he takes everything he doesn't like about modern society and lumps it under the term "Leftism." It is an ironic parallel to what hitler did i...

    Should be required reading in middle school history or social studies. I think I will require my daugher to read it. ...

    A well presented argument for why traditional American values are better than the alternatives. Conservative America and liberal America hold different visions for America. The Left wants America to look like Western Europe. ?The Left wants Europe's quasi pacifism, cradle-to-gra...

    I didn't give it the full five stars because I'd actually heard and read most of the points the author made before, while he was preparing the book. Not his fault. This book sets out to describe what American values are, what the alternatives are, and why American values are the best ...

    I'm always hesitant reading books by Radio Talk Show Hosts because I fear it being nothing more than a text version of their programs. Honestly, I have to say that is the case here, but Dennis Prager is so brilliant in his description of America's Culture War, that this book represen...

    Very compelling book. Prager is very sincere and writes with authority. One of the best for the year. y Marc Jacobs Amazon Review This review is from: Still the Best Hope: Why the World Needs American Values to Triumph (Hardcover) This book explains why the American Value System i...

    Prager is a believer. A believer in the American way of life and the core values that helped shape this nation and to a larger degree the world through its influence and hope. In this book he sets out to explain clearly and with plenty of evidence. While at times I found the depth of ...

    I was introduced to this book by a speaker at BYU's education week, who recommended this for additional reading. Outstanding analysis and insight into why America is slipping and why we need to renew those values we once held dear and which originally made this country great. Prager ou...

    Dennis Prager's most recent book analyzes three political philosophies and their impact, for better or worse, on people and nations. He discusses Leftism, Islamism, and what he calls the "American Trinity" of values: Liberty, In God We Trust, and E Pluribus Unum. As a conservative guy,...

    Meh. I read this book because I wanted to hear a clear and insightful defence of conservatism from someone who was qualified to give it. I realized two things while reading this: 1. I was already familiar with most of the main points from listening to Prager's radio show. 2. These type...

    Prager clearly and convincingly calls out Leftism for what it is. The analysis of the Left's tactics, policies, and results are very hard to refute. I found his commentary on why the Left exaggerates crises and racism, hates Israel and Christianity, supports Islam, and covers for Islam...

    This book more provides an excellent description of what American values are. By boiling it down to Liberty, In God We Trust, and E Pluribus Unum (the American Trinity), he gives us a succinct way of keeping it clear in our minds. It also makes it easier to communicate them to others. ...

    Leftism, Islam and Islamism & The American Trinity, parts of the whole that make up this book that took Dennis over 10 years to write. It is hard for me to believe there is anyone out there who thinks things are going well for the U.S. these days. What are the causes, what did ...

    Mr. Prager has rendered an invaluable service to America in the writing of this book. He reminds us of the uniquely American values and precepts that are our common inheritance. If we would only be guided by him and pass along this inheritance to our children, the American experim...

    I listened to the book while driving to and from Utah. It was over 14 hours of listening. I do not recommend listening to it. I think it would be much better read. I found it very interesting. It had a lot of really good information in it. I thought the book was way to long. I thi...

    In my opinion, no conservative thinker comes as close as Dennis Prager does, in making the best arguments for most right wing positions. I don't agree on absolutely everything, but by and large I find myself changing my positions. The examples and stories in this book are great. Mr. Pr...

    Not dry like you may think. Very logical with clarity and distinctions of notions & beliefs that ppl have but may not realize they have been mis-labeling themselves. Great chart in the Appendix to compare ideas. The appendix itself is the one huge reason for buying the book and ...

    If I could give this book no stars- I would. The only redeeming part is the end where he takes a forward view defining American values. The rest is arrogant right-wing propaganda where Prager lumps his side into a meek, intelligent, on G-d's side entity and everyone else who doesn'...

  • Curtis Aguirre
    Oct 05, 2012

    Don't you hate it when you read a book that forces you to take a step back and do some serious reevaluation? This book did that to me. Dennis Prager lays out the case for why traditional Conservative, American, Judeo-Christian values are the best hope for the world. So what are Amer...

    Since most American schools, especially high schools teach little American History these days, this book is very informative. It explains the American value system and what is called the American Trinity, E Pluribus Unem, (Out of many, ONE), Liberty, and In God We Trust. (All of which ...

    Dennis Prager is a favorite of mine and here he gives a clear and strong argument for a return to American values and the two forces that are opposing it. This book is profound and what I always appreciate with Prager is that there is none of the type of nastiness and contempt that one...

    Having listened to Dennis Prager for years it is easy to conclude he is among the wisest men in the world. His insite is kind and compassionate for the individual yet critical when necessary of the oversteps by government into the lives of Americans. This is a well written book that...

    I've always liked Dennis Prager because, of all the conservative talk show hosts out there, I believe him to be one of the more level-headed and less offensive ones out there. I'm an admitted conservative which I do not apologize for, yet it saddens me when those I agree with on issues...

    Wow. This was a *stunning indictment* - clear, cogent, thorough, level-headed - of both "Leftism" (think Western Europe, supporters of the ideal of socialism) and Islamism (not Islam per se, but those who support sharia-based rule of law or who feel 9/11 was justified), as well as a...

    This isn't a book I would normally read but I gave it a chance because my husband liked it so much. I tried to keep an open mind but for the most part, all this book did was succeed in making me enraged. I listened to it in the car and found myself yelling at it on a regular basis. ...

    The best book I have read that clearly explains the Left, Islamism, and American Values. His case is clearly made at how American Values from the Founders, though not all Christian, were all God concentric. Without God, the moral values this country is based on will fall. That man is i...

    I am reading this as part of a discussion group. I disagree with about 90% of what Prager says. His biggest methodological error to date is that he takes everything he doesn't like about modern society and lumps it under the term "Leftism." It is an ironic parallel to what hitler did i...

  • ryan shiitake
    Jul 18, 2013

    Don't you hate it when you read a book that forces you to take a step back and do some serious reevaluation? This book did that to me. Dennis Prager lays out the case for why traditional Conservative, American, Judeo-Christian values are the best hope for the world. So what are Amer...

    Since most American schools, especially high schools teach little American History these days, this book is very informative. It explains the American value system and what is called the American Trinity, E Pluribus Unem, (Out of many, ONE), Liberty, and In God We Trust. (All of which ...

    Dennis Prager is a favorite of mine and here he gives a clear and strong argument for a return to American values and the two forces that are opposing it. This book is profound and what I always appreciate with Prager is that there is none of the type of nastiness and contempt that one...

    Having listened to Dennis Prager for years it is easy to conclude he is among the wisest men in the world. His insite is kind and compassionate for the individual yet critical when necessary of the oversteps by government into the lives of Americans. This is a well written book that...

    I've always liked Dennis Prager because, of all the conservative talk show hosts out there, I believe him to be one of the more level-headed and less offensive ones out there. I'm an admitted conservative which I do not apologize for, yet it saddens me when those I agree with on issues...

    Wow. This was a *stunning indictment* - clear, cogent, thorough, level-headed - of both "Leftism" (think Western Europe, supporters of the ideal of socialism) and Islamism (not Islam per se, but those who support sharia-based rule of law or who feel 9/11 was justified), as well as a...

  • Karen Hanson
    Jan 08, 2013

    Don't you hate it when you read a book that forces you to take a step back and do some serious reevaluation? This book did that to me. Dennis Prager lays out the case for why traditional Conservative, American, Judeo-Christian values are the best hope for the world. So what are Amer...

    Since most American schools, especially high schools teach little American History these days, this book is very informative. It explains the American value system and what is called the American Trinity, E Pluribus Unem, (Out of many, ONE), Liberty, and In God We Trust. (All of which ...

    Dennis Prager is a favorite of mine and here he gives a clear and strong argument for a return to American values and the two forces that are opposing it. This book is profound and what I always appreciate with Prager is that there is none of the type of nastiness and contempt that one...

    Having listened to Dennis Prager for years it is easy to conclude he is among the wisest men in the world. His insite is kind and compassionate for the individual yet critical when necessary of the oversteps by government into the lives of Americans. This is a well written book that...

    I've always liked Dennis Prager because, of all the conservative talk show hosts out there, I believe him to be one of the more level-headed and less offensive ones out there. I'm an admitted conservative which I do not apologize for, yet it saddens me when those I agree with on issues...

    Wow. This was a *stunning indictment* - clear, cogent, thorough, level-headed - of both "Leftism" (think Western Europe, supporters of the ideal of socialism) and Islamism (not Islam per se, but those who support sharia-based rule of law or who feel 9/11 was justified), as well as a...

    This isn't a book I would normally read but I gave it a chance because my husband liked it so much. I tried to keep an open mind but for the most part, all this book did was succeed in making me enraged. I listened to it in the car and found myself yelling at it on a regular basis. ...

  • Barry
    Sep 11, 2012

    Don't you hate it when you read a book that forces you to take a step back and do some serious reevaluation? This book did that to me. Dennis Prager lays out the case for why traditional Conservative, American, Judeo-Christian values are the best hope for the world. So what are Amer...

    Since most American schools, especially high schools teach little American History these days, this book is very informative. It explains the American value system and what is called the American Trinity, E Pluribus Unem, (Out of many, ONE), Liberty, and In God We Trust. (All of which ...

    Dennis Prager is a favorite of mine and here he gives a clear and strong argument for a return to American values and the two forces that are opposing it. This book is profound and what I always appreciate with Prager is that there is none of the type of nastiness and contempt that one...

    Having listened to Dennis Prager for years it is easy to conclude he is among the wisest men in the world. His insite is kind and compassionate for the individual yet critical when necessary of the oversteps by government into the lives of Americans. This is a well written book that...

    I've always liked Dennis Prager because, of all the conservative talk show hosts out there, I believe him to be one of the more level-headed and less offensive ones out there. I'm an admitted conservative which I do not apologize for, yet it saddens me when those I agree with on issues...

    Wow. This was a *stunning indictment* - clear, cogent, thorough, level-headed - of both "Leftism" (think Western Europe, supporters of the ideal of socialism) and Islamism (not Islam per se, but those who support sharia-based rule of law or who feel 9/11 was justified), as well as a...

    This isn't a book I would normally read but I gave it a chance because my husband liked it so much. I tried to keep an open mind but for the most part, all this book did was succeed in making me enraged. I listened to it in the car and found myself yelling at it on a regular basis. ...

    The best book I have read that clearly explains the Left, Islamism, and American Values. His case is clearly made at how American Values from the Founders, though not all Christian, were all God concentric. Without God, the moral values this country is based on will fall. That man is i...

  • Mark
    Jun 08, 2012

    Don't you hate it when you read a book that forces you to take a step back and do some serious reevaluation? This book did that to me. Dennis Prager lays out the case for why traditional Conservative, American, Judeo-Christian values are the best hope for the world. So what are Amer...

    Since most American schools, especially high schools teach little American History these days, this book is very informative. It explains the American value system and what is called the American Trinity, E Pluribus Unem, (Out of many, ONE), Liberty, and In God We Trust. (All of which ...

    Dennis Prager is a favorite of mine and here he gives a clear and strong argument for a return to American values and the two forces that are opposing it. This book is profound and what I always appreciate with Prager is that there is none of the type of nastiness and contempt that one...

    Having listened to Dennis Prager for years it is easy to conclude he is among the wisest men in the world. His insite is kind and compassionate for the individual yet critical when necessary of the oversteps by government into the lives of Americans. This is a well written book that...

    I've always liked Dennis Prager because, of all the conservative talk show hosts out there, I believe him to be one of the more level-headed and less offensive ones out there. I'm an admitted conservative which I do not apologize for, yet it saddens me when those I agree with on issues...

    Wow. This was a *stunning indictment* - clear, cogent, thorough, level-headed - of both "Leftism" (think Western Europe, supporters of the ideal of socialism) and Islamism (not Islam per se, but those who support sharia-based rule of law or who feel 9/11 was justified), as well as a...

    This isn't a book I would normally read but I gave it a chance because my husband liked it so much. I tried to keep an open mind but for the most part, all this book did was succeed in making me enraged. I listened to it in the car and found myself yelling at it on a regular basis. ...

    The best book I have read that clearly explains the Left, Islamism, and American Values. His case is clearly made at how American Values from the Founders, though not all Christian, were all God concentric. Without God, the moral values this country is based on will fall. That man is i...

    I am reading this as part of a discussion group. I disagree with about 90% of what Prager says. His biggest methodological error to date is that he takes everything he doesn't like about modern society and lumps it under the term "Leftism." It is an ironic parallel to what hitler did i...

    Should be required reading in middle school history or social studies. I think I will require my daugher to read it. ...

    A well presented argument for why traditional American values are better than the alternatives. Conservative America and liberal America hold different visions for America. The Left wants America to look like Western Europe. ?The Left wants Europe's quasi pacifism, cradle-to-gra...

    I didn't give it the full five stars because I'd actually heard and read most of the points the author made before, while he was preparing the book. Not his fault. This book sets out to describe what American values are, what the alternatives are, and why American values are the best ...

    I'm always hesitant reading books by Radio Talk Show Hosts because I fear it being nothing more than a text version of their programs. Honestly, I have to say that is the case here, but Dennis Prager is so brilliant in his description of America's Culture War, that this book represen...

  • Kevin
    Sep 27, 2012

    Don't you hate it when you read a book that forces you to take a step back and do some serious reevaluation? This book did that to me. Dennis Prager lays out the case for why traditional Conservative, American, Judeo-Christian values are the best hope for the world. So what are Amer...

    Since most American schools, especially high schools teach little American History these days, this book is very informative. It explains the American value system and what is called the American Trinity, E Pluribus Unem, (Out of many, ONE), Liberty, and In God We Trust. (All of which ...

    Dennis Prager is a favorite of mine and here he gives a clear and strong argument for a return to American values and the two forces that are opposing it. This book is profound and what I always appreciate with Prager is that there is none of the type of nastiness and contempt that one...

    Having listened to Dennis Prager for years it is easy to conclude he is among the wisest men in the world. His insite is kind and compassionate for the individual yet critical when necessary of the oversteps by government into the lives of Americans. This is a well written book that...

    I've always liked Dennis Prager because, of all the conservative talk show hosts out there, I believe him to be one of the more level-headed and less offensive ones out there. I'm an admitted conservative which I do not apologize for, yet it saddens me when those I agree with on issues...

    Wow. This was a *stunning indictment* - clear, cogent, thorough, level-headed - of both "Leftism" (think Western Europe, supporters of the ideal of socialism) and Islamism (not Islam per se, but those who support sharia-based rule of law or who feel 9/11 was justified), as well as a...

    This isn't a book I would normally read but I gave it a chance because my husband liked it so much. I tried to keep an open mind but for the most part, all this book did was succeed in making me enraged. I listened to it in the car and found myself yelling at it on a regular basis. ...

    The best book I have read that clearly explains the Left, Islamism, and American Values. His case is clearly made at how American Values from the Founders, though not all Christian, were all God concentric. Without God, the moral values this country is based on will fall. That man is i...

    I am reading this as part of a discussion group. I disagree with about 90% of what Prager says. His biggest methodological error to date is that he takes everything he doesn't like about modern society and lumps it under the term "Leftism." It is an ironic parallel to what hitler did i...

    Should be required reading in middle school history or social studies. I think I will require my daugher to read it. ...

    A well presented argument for why traditional American values are better than the alternatives. Conservative America and liberal America hold different visions for America. The Left wants America to look like Western Europe. ?The Left wants Europe's quasi pacifism, cradle-to-gra...

    I didn't give it the full five stars because I'd actually heard and read most of the points the author made before, while he was preparing the book. Not his fault. This book sets out to describe what American values are, what the alternatives are, and why American values are the best ...

    I'm always hesitant reading books by Radio Talk Show Hosts because I fear it being nothing more than a text version of their programs. Honestly, I have to say that is the case here, but Dennis Prager is so brilliant in his description of America's Culture War, that this book represen...

    Very compelling book. Prager is very sincere and writes with authority. One of the best for the year. y Marc Jacobs Amazon Review This review is from: Still the Best Hope: Why the World Needs American Values to Triumph (Hardcover) This book explains why the American Value System i...

    Prager is a believer. A believer in the American way of life and the core values that helped shape this nation and to a larger degree the world through its influence and hope. In this book he sets out to explain clearly and with plenty of evidence. While at times I found the depth of ...

    I was introduced to this book by a speaker at BYU's education week, who recommended this for additional reading. Outstanding analysis and insight into why America is slipping and why we need to renew those values we once held dear and which originally made this country great. Prager ou...

    Dennis Prager's most recent book analyzes three political philosophies and their impact, for better or worse, on people and nations. He discusses Leftism, Islamism, and what he calls the "American Trinity" of values: Liberty, In God We Trust, and E Pluribus Unum. As a conservative guy,...

  • Mark Carr
    Jul 03, 2012

    Don't you hate it when you read a book that forces you to take a step back and do some serious reevaluation? This book did that to me. Dennis Prager lays out the case for why traditional Conservative, American, Judeo-Christian values are the best hope for the world. So what are Amer...

    Since most American schools, especially high schools teach little American History these days, this book is very informative. It explains the American value system and what is called the American Trinity, E Pluribus Unem, (Out of many, ONE), Liberty, and In God We Trust. (All of which ...

    Dennis Prager is a favorite of mine and here he gives a clear and strong argument for a return to American values and the two forces that are opposing it. This book is profound and what I always appreciate with Prager is that there is none of the type of nastiness and contempt that one...

    Having listened to Dennis Prager for years it is easy to conclude he is among the wisest men in the world. His insite is kind and compassionate for the individual yet critical when necessary of the oversteps by government into the lives of Americans. This is a well written book that...

    I've always liked Dennis Prager because, of all the conservative talk show hosts out there, I believe him to be one of the more level-headed and less offensive ones out there. I'm an admitted conservative which I do not apologize for, yet it saddens me when those I agree with on issues...

    Wow. This was a *stunning indictment* - clear, cogent, thorough, level-headed - of both "Leftism" (think Western Europe, supporters of the ideal of socialism) and Islamism (not Islam per se, but those who support sharia-based rule of law or who feel 9/11 was justified), as well as a...

    This isn't a book I would normally read but I gave it a chance because my husband liked it so much. I tried to keep an open mind but for the most part, all this book did was succeed in making me enraged. I listened to it in the car and found myself yelling at it on a regular basis. ...

    The best book I have read that clearly explains the Left, Islamism, and American Values. His case is clearly made at how American Values from the Founders, though not all Christian, were all God concentric. Without God, the moral values this country is based on will fall. That man is i...

    I am reading this as part of a discussion group. I disagree with about 90% of what Prager says. His biggest methodological error to date is that he takes everything he doesn't like about modern society and lumps it under the term "Leftism." It is an ironic parallel to what hitler did i...

    Should be required reading in middle school history or social studies. I think I will require my daugher to read it. ...

    A well presented argument for why traditional American values are better than the alternatives. Conservative America and liberal America hold different visions for America. The Left wants America to look like Western Europe. ?The Left wants Europe's quasi pacifism, cradle-to-gra...

    I didn't give it the full five stars because I'd actually heard and read most of the points the author made before, while he was preparing the book. Not his fault. This book sets out to describe what American values are, what the alternatives are, and why American values are the best ...

    I'm always hesitant reading books by Radio Talk Show Hosts because I fear it being nothing more than a text version of their programs. Honestly, I have to say that is the case here, but Dennis Prager is so brilliant in his description of America's Culture War, that this book represen...

    Very compelling book. Prager is very sincere and writes with authority. One of the best for the year. y Marc Jacobs Amazon Review This review is from: Still the Best Hope: Why the World Needs American Values to Triumph (Hardcover) This book explains why the American Value System i...

    Prager is a believer. A believer in the American way of life and the core values that helped shape this nation and to a larger degree the world through its influence and hope. In this book he sets out to explain clearly and with plenty of evidence. While at times I found the depth of ...

  • Negin
    Sep 17, 2017

    Don't you hate it when you read a book that forces you to take a step back and do some serious reevaluation? This book did that to me. Dennis Prager lays out the case for why traditional Conservative, American, Judeo-Christian values are the best hope for the world. So what are Amer...

    Since most American schools, especially high schools teach little American History these days, this book is very informative. It explains the American value system and what is called the American Trinity, E Pluribus Unem, (Out of many, ONE), Liberty, and In God We Trust. (All of which ...

    Dennis Prager is a favorite of mine and here he gives a clear and strong argument for a return to American values and the two forces that are opposing it. This book is profound and what I always appreciate with Prager is that there is none of the type of nastiness and contempt that one...

  • Julia
    Sep 13, 2012

    Don't you hate it when you read a book that forces you to take a step back and do some serious reevaluation? This book did that to me. Dennis Prager lays out the case for why traditional Conservative, American, Judeo-Christian values are the best hope for the world. So what are Amer...

    Since most American schools, especially high schools teach little American History these days, this book is very informative. It explains the American value system and what is called the American Trinity, E Pluribus Unem, (Out of many, ONE), Liberty, and In God We Trust. (All of which ...

    Dennis Prager is a favorite of mine and here he gives a clear and strong argument for a return to American values and the two forces that are opposing it. This book is profound and what I always appreciate with Prager is that there is none of the type of nastiness and contempt that one...

    Having listened to Dennis Prager for years it is easy to conclude he is among the wisest men in the world. His insite is kind and compassionate for the individual yet critical when necessary of the oversteps by government into the lives of Americans. This is a well written book that...

    I've always liked Dennis Prager because, of all the conservative talk show hosts out there, I believe him to be one of the more level-headed and less offensive ones out there. I'm an admitted conservative which I do not apologize for, yet it saddens me when those I agree with on issues...

    Wow. This was a *stunning indictment* - clear, cogent, thorough, level-headed - of both "Leftism" (think Western Europe, supporters of the ideal of socialism) and Islamism (not Islam per se, but those who support sharia-based rule of law or who feel 9/11 was justified), as well as a...

    This isn't a book I would normally read but I gave it a chance because my husband liked it so much. I tried to keep an open mind but for the most part, all this book did was succeed in making me enraged. I listened to it in the car and found myself yelling at it on a regular basis. ...

    The best book I have read that clearly explains the Left, Islamism, and American Values. His case is clearly made at how American Values from the Founders, though not all Christian, were all God concentric. Without God, the moral values this country is based on will fall. That man is i...

    I am reading this as part of a discussion group. I disagree with about 90% of what Prager says. His biggest methodological error to date is that he takes everything he doesn't like about modern society and lumps it under the term "Leftism." It is an ironic parallel to what hitler did i...

    Should be required reading in middle school history or social studies. I think I will require my daugher to read it. ...

    A well presented argument for why traditional American values are better than the alternatives. Conservative America and liberal America hold different visions for America. The Left wants America to look like Western Europe. ?The Left wants Europe's quasi pacifism, cradle-to-gra...

    I didn't give it the full five stars because I'd actually heard and read most of the points the author made before, while he was preparing the book. Not his fault. This book sets out to describe what American values are, what the alternatives are, and why American values are the best ...

    I'm always hesitant reading books by Radio Talk Show Hosts because I fear it being nothing more than a text version of their programs. Honestly, I have to say that is the case here, but Dennis Prager is so brilliant in his description of America's Culture War, that this book represen...

    Very compelling book. Prager is very sincere and writes with authority. One of the best for the year. y Marc Jacobs Amazon Review This review is from: Still the Best Hope: Why the World Needs American Values to Triumph (Hardcover) This book explains why the American Value System i...

    Prager is a believer. A believer in the American way of life and the core values that helped shape this nation and to a larger degree the world through its influence and hope. In this book he sets out to explain clearly and with plenty of evidence. While at times I found the depth of ...

    I was introduced to this book by a speaker at BYU's education week, who recommended this for additional reading. Outstanding analysis and insight into why America is slipping and why we need to renew those values we once held dear and which originally made this country great. Prager ou...

    Dennis Prager's most recent book analyzes three political philosophies and their impact, for better or worse, on people and nations. He discusses Leftism, Islamism, and what he calls the "American Trinity" of values: Liberty, In God We Trust, and E Pluribus Unum. As a conservative guy,...

    Meh. I read this book because I wanted to hear a clear and insightful defence of conservatism from someone who was qualified to give it. I realized two things while reading this: 1. I was already familiar with most of the main points from listening to Prager's radio show. 2. These type...

    Prager clearly and convincingly calls out Leftism for what it is. The analysis of the Left's tactics, policies, and results are very hard to refute. I found his commentary on why the Left exaggerates crises and racism, hates Israel and Christianity, supports Islam, and covers for Islam...

    This book more provides an excellent description of what American values are. By boiling it down to Liberty, In God We Trust, and E Pluribus Unum (the American Trinity), he gives us a succinct way of keeping it clear in our minds. It also makes it easier to communicate them to others. ...

    Leftism, Islam and Islamism & The American Trinity, parts of the whole that make up this book that took Dennis over 10 years to write. It is hard for me to believe there is anyone out there who thinks things are going well for the U.S. these days. What are the causes, what did ...

    Mr. Prager has rendered an invaluable service to America in the writing of this book. He reminds us of the uniquely American values and precepts that are our common inheritance. If we would only be guided by him and pass along this inheritance to our children, the American experim...

    I listened to the book while driving to and from Utah. It was over 14 hours of listening. I do not recommend listening to it. I think it would be much better read. I found it very interesting. It had a lot of really good information in it. I thought the book was way to long. I thi...

  • Jerry
    Aug 10, 2012

    Don't you hate it when you read a book that forces you to take a step back and do some serious reevaluation? This book did that to me. Dennis Prager lays out the case for why traditional Conservative, American, Judeo-Christian values are the best hope for the world. So what are Amer...

    Since most American schools, especially high schools teach little American History these days, this book is very informative. It explains the American value system and what is called the American Trinity, E Pluribus Unem, (Out of many, ONE), Liberty, and In God We Trust. (All of which ...

    Dennis Prager is a favorite of mine and here he gives a clear and strong argument for a return to American values and the two forces that are opposing it. This book is profound and what I always appreciate with Prager is that there is none of the type of nastiness and contempt that one...

    Having listened to Dennis Prager for years it is easy to conclude he is among the wisest men in the world. His insite is kind and compassionate for the individual yet critical when necessary of the oversteps by government into the lives of Americans. This is a well written book that...

    I've always liked Dennis Prager because, of all the conservative talk show hosts out there, I believe him to be one of the more level-headed and less offensive ones out there. I'm an admitted conservative which I do not apologize for, yet it saddens me when those I agree with on issues...

    Wow. This was a *stunning indictment* - clear, cogent, thorough, level-headed - of both "Leftism" (think Western Europe, supporters of the ideal of socialism) and Islamism (not Islam per se, but those who support sharia-based rule of law or who feel 9/11 was justified), as well as a...

    This isn't a book I would normally read but I gave it a chance because my husband liked it so much. I tried to keep an open mind but for the most part, all this book did was succeed in making me enraged. I listened to it in the car and found myself yelling at it on a regular basis. ...

    The best book I have read that clearly explains the Left, Islamism, and American Values. His case is clearly made at how American Values from the Founders, though not all Christian, were all God concentric. Without God, the moral values this country is based on will fall. That man is i...

    I am reading this as part of a discussion group. I disagree with about 90% of what Prager says. His biggest methodological error to date is that he takes everything he doesn't like about modern society and lumps it under the term "Leftism." It is an ironic parallel to what hitler did i...

    Should be required reading in middle school history or social studies. I think I will require my daugher to read it. ...

    A well presented argument for why traditional American values are better than the alternatives. Conservative America and liberal America hold different visions for America. The Left wants America to look like Western Europe. ?The Left wants Europe's quasi pacifism, cradle-to-gra...

  • Seth Hanson
    Jan 02, 2013

    Don't you hate it when you read a book that forces you to take a step back and do some serious reevaluation? This book did that to me. Dennis Prager lays out the case for why traditional Conservative, American, Judeo-Christian values are the best hope for the world. So what are Amer...

  • Tim
    Aug 07, 2012

    Don't you hate it when you read a book that forces you to take a step back and do some serious reevaluation? This book did that to me. Dennis Prager lays out the case for why traditional Conservative, American, Judeo-Christian values are the best hope for the world. So what are Amer...

    Since most American schools, especially high schools teach little American History these days, this book is very informative. It explains the American value system and what is called the American Trinity, E Pluribus Unem, (Out of many, ONE), Liberty, and In God We Trust. (All of which ...

    Dennis Prager is a favorite of mine and here he gives a clear and strong argument for a return to American values and the two forces that are opposing it. This book is profound and what I always appreciate with Prager is that there is none of the type of nastiness and contempt that one...

    Having listened to Dennis Prager for years it is easy to conclude he is among the wisest men in the world. His insite is kind and compassionate for the individual yet critical when necessary of the oversteps by government into the lives of Americans. This is a well written book that...

    I've always liked Dennis Prager because, of all the conservative talk show hosts out there, I believe him to be one of the more level-headed and less offensive ones out there. I'm an admitted conservative which I do not apologize for, yet it saddens me when those I agree with on issues...

    Wow. This was a *stunning indictment* - clear, cogent, thorough, level-headed - of both "Leftism" (think Western Europe, supporters of the ideal of socialism) and Islamism (not Islam per se, but those who support sharia-based rule of law or who feel 9/11 was justified), as well as a...

    This isn't a book I would normally read but I gave it a chance because my husband liked it so much. I tried to keep an open mind but for the most part, all this book did was succeed in making me enraged. I listened to it in the car and found myself yelling at it on a regular basis. ...

    The best book I have read that clearly explains the Left, Islamism, and American Values. His case is clearly made at how American Values from the Founders, though not all Christian, were all God concentric. Without God, the moral values this country is based on will fall. That man is i...

    I am reading this as part of a discussion group. I disagree with about 90% of what Prager says. His biggest methodological error to date is that he takes everything he doesn't like about modern society and lumps it under the term "Leftism." It is an ironic parallel to what hitler did i...

    Should be required reading in middle school history or social studies. I think I will require my daugher to read it. ...

    A well presented argument for why traditional American values are better than the alternatives. Conservative America and liberal America hold different visions for America. The Left wants America to look like Western Europe. ?The Left wants Europe's quasi pacifism, cradle-to-gra...

    I didn't give it the full five stars because I'd actually heard and read most of the points the author made before, while he was preparing the book. Not his fault. This book sets out to describe what American values are, what the alternatives are, and why American values are the best ...

    I'm always hesitant reading books by Radio Talk Show Hosts because I fear it being nothing more than a text version of their programs. Honestly, I have to say that is the case here, but Dennis Prager is so brilliant in his description of America's Culture War, that this book represen...

    Very compelling book. Prager is very sincere and writes with authority. One of the best for the year. y Marc Jacobs Amazon Review This review is from: Still the Best Hope: Why the World Needs American Values to Triumph (Hardcover) This book explains why the American Value System i...

    Prager is a believer. A believer in the American way of life and the core values that helped shape this nation and to a larger degree the world through its influence and hope. In this book he sets out to explain clearly and with plenty of evidence. While at times I found the depth of ...

    I was introduced to this book by a speaker at BYU's education week, who recommended this for additional reading. Outstanding analysis and insight into why America is slipping and why we need to renew those values we once held dear and which originally made this country great. Prager ou...

    Dennis Prager's most recent book analyzes three political philosophies and their impact, for better or worse, on people and nations. He discusses Leftism, Islamism, and what he calls the "American Trinity" of values: Liberty, In God We Trust, and E Pluribus Unum. As a conservative guy,...

    Meh. I read this book because I wanted to hear a clear and insightful defence of conservatism from someone who was qualified to give it. I realized two things while reading this: 1. I was already familiar with most of the main points from listening to Prager's radio show. 2. These type...

  • David Simmeth
    May 13, 2012

    Don't you hate it when you read a book that forces you to take a step back and do some serious reevaluation? This book did that to me. Dennis Prager lays out the case for why traditional Conservative, American, Judeo-Christian values are the best hope for the world. So what are Amer...

    Since most American schools, especially high schools teach little American History these days, this book is very informative. It explains the American value system and what is called the American Trinity, E Pluribus Unem, (Out of many, ONE), Liberty, and In God We Trust. (All of which ...

    Dennis Prager is a favorite of mine and here he gives a clear and strong argument for a return to American values and the two forces that are opposing it. This book is profound and what I always appreciate with Prager is that there is none of the type of nastiness and contempt that one...

    Having listened to Dennis Prager for years it is easy to conclude he is among the wisest men in the world. His insite is kind and compassionate for the individual yet critical when necessary of the oversteps by government into the lives of Americans. This is a well written book that...

    I've always liked Dennis Prager because, of all the conservative talk show hosts out there, I believe him to be one of the more level-headed and less offensive ones out there. I'm an admitted conservative which I do not apologize for, yet it saddens me when those I agree with on issues...

    Wow. This was a *stunning indictment* - clear, cogent, thorough, level-headed - of both "Leftism" (think Western Europe, supporters of the ideal of socialism) and Islamism (not Islam per se, but those who support sharia-based rule of law or who feel 9/11 was justified), as well as a...

    This isn't a book I would normally read but I gave it a chance because my husband liked it so much. I tried to keep an open mind but for the most part, all this book did was succeed in making me enraged. I listened to it in the car and found myself yelling at it on a regular basis. ...

    The best book I have read that clearly explains the Left, Islamism, and American Values. His case is clearly made at how American Values from the Founders, though not all Christian, were all God concentric. Without God, the moral values this country is based on will fall. That man is i...

    I am reading this as part of a discussion group. I disagree with about 90% of what Prager says. His biggest methodological error to date is that he takes everything he doesn't like about modern society and lumps it under the term "Leftism." It is an ironic parallel to what hitler did i...

    Should be required reading in middle school history or social studies. I think I will require my daugher to read it. ...

    A well presented argument for why traditional American values are better than the alternatives. Conservative America and liberal America hold different visions for America. The Left wants America to look like Western Europe. ?The Left wants Europe's quasi pacifism, cradle-to-gra...

    I didn't give it the full five stars because I'd actually heard and read most of the points the author made before, while he was preparing the book. Not his fault. This book sets out to describe what American values are, what the alternatives are, and why American values are the best ...

    I'm always hesitant reading books by Radio Talk Show Hosts because I fear it being nothing more than a text version of their programs. Honestly, I have to say that is the case here, but Dennis Prager is so brilliant in his description of America's Culture War, that this book represen...

    Very compelling book. Prager is very sincere and writes with authority. One of the best for the year. y Marc Jacobs Amazon Review This review is from: Still the Best Hope: Why the World Needs American Values to Triumph (Hardcover) This book explains why the American Value System i...

    Prager is a believer. A believer in the American way of life and the core values that helped shape this nation and to a larger degree the world through its influence and hope. In this book he sets out to explain clearly and with plenty of evidence. While at times I found the depth of ...

    I was introduced to this book by a speaker at BYU's education week, who recommended this for additional reading. Outstanding analysis and insight into why America is slipping and why we need to renew those values we once held dear and which originally made this country great. Prager ou...

    Dennis Prager's most recent book analyzes three political philosophies and their impact, for better or worse, on people and nations. He discusses Leftism, Islamism, and what he calls the "American Trinity" of values: Liberty, In God We Trust, and E Pluribus Unum. As a conservative guy,...

    Meh. I read this book because I wanted to hear a clear and insightful defence of conservatism from someone who was qualified to give it. I realized two things while reading this: 1. I was already familiar with most of the main points from listening to Prager's radio show. 2. These type...

    Prager clearly and convincingly calls out Leftism for what it is. The analysis of the Left's tactics, policies, and results are very hard to refute. I found his commentary on why the Left exaggerates crises and racism, hates Israel and Christianity, supports Islam, and covers for Islam...

    This book more provides an excellent description of what American values are. By boiling it down to Liberty, In God We Trust, and E Pluribus Unum (the American Trinity), he gives us a succinct way of keeping it clear in our minds. It also makes it easier to communicate them to others. ...

  • Andy
    Dec 17, 2013

    Don't you hate it when you read a book that forces you to take a step back and do some serious reevaluation? This book did that to me. Dennis Prager lays out the case for why traditional Conservative, American, Judeo-Christian values are the best hope for the world. So what are Amer...

    Since most American schools, especially high schools teach little American History these days, this book is very informative. It explains the American value system and what is called the American Trinity, E Pluribus Unem, (Out of many, ONE), Liberty, and In God We Trust. (All of which ...

    Dennis Prager is a favorite of mine and here he gives a clear and strong argument for a return to American values and the two forces that are opposing it. This book is profound and what I always appreciate with Prager is that there is none of the type of nastiness and contempt that one...

    Having listened to Dennis Prager for years it is easy to conclude he is among the wisest men in the world. His insite is kind and compassionate for the individual yet critical when necessary of the oversteps by government into the lives of Americans. This is a well written book that...

    I've always liked Dennis Prager because, of all the conservative talk show hosts out there, I believe him to be one of the more level-headed and less offensive ones out there. I'm an admitted conservative which I do not apologize for, yet it saddens me when those I agree with on issues...

    Wow. This was a *stunning indictment* - clear, cogent, thorough, level-headed - of both "Leftism" (think Western Europe, supporters of the ideal of socialism) and Islamism (not Islam per se, but those who support sharia-based rule of law or who feel 9/11 was justified), as well as a...

    This isn't a book I would normally read but I gave it a chance because my husband liked it so much. I tried to keep an open mind but for the most part, all this book did was succeed in making me enraged. I listened to it in the car and found myself yelling at it on a regular basis. ...

    The best book I have read that clearly explains the Left, Islamism, and American Values. His case is clearly made at how American Values from the Founders, though not all Christian, were all God concentric. Without God, the moral values this country is based on will fall. That man is i...

    I am reading this as part of a discussion group. I disagree with about 90% of what Prager says. His biggest methodological error to date is that he takes everything he doesn't like about modern society and lumps it under the term "Leftism." It is an ironic parallel to what hitler did i...

    Should be required reading in middle school history or social studies. I think I will require my daugher to read it. ...

    A well presented argument for why traditional American values are better than the alternatives. Conservative America and liberal America hold different visions for America. The Left wants America to look like Western Europe. ?The Left wants Europe's quasi pacifism, cradle-to-gra...

    I didn't give it the full five stars because I'd actually heard and read most of the points the author made before, while he was preparing the book. Not his fault. This book sets out to describe what American values are, what the alternatives are, and why American values are the best ...

    I'm always hesitant reading books by Radio Talk Show Hosts because I fear it being nothing more than a text version of their programs. Honestly, I have to say that is the case here, but Dennis Prager is so brilliant in his description of America's Culture War, that this book represen...

    Very compelling book. Prager is very sincere and writes with authority. One of the best for the year. y Marc Jacobs Amazon Review This review is from: Still the Best Hope: Why the World Needs American Values to Triumph (Hardcover) This book explains why the American Value System i...

    Prager is a believer. A believer in the American way of life and the core values that helped shape this nation and to a larger degree the world through its influence and hope. In this book he sets out to explain clearly and with plenty of evidence. While at times I found the depth of ...

    I was introduced to this book by a speaker at BYU's education week, who recommended this for additional reading. Outstanding analysis and insight into why America is slipping and why we need to renew those values we once held dear and which originally made this country great. Prager ou...

    Dennis Prager's most recent book analyzes three political philosophies and their impact, for better or worse, on people and nations. He discusses Leftism, Islamism, and what he calls the "American Trinity" of values: Liberty, In God We Trust, and E Pluribus Unum. As a conservative guy,...

    Meh. I read this book because I wanted to hear a clear and insightful defence of conservatism from someone who was qualified to give it. I realized two things while reading this: 1. I was already familiar with most of the main points from listening to Prager's radio show. 2. These type...

    Prager clearly and convincingly calls out Leftism for what it is. The analysis of the Left's tactics, policies, and results are very hard to refute. I found his commentary on why the Left exaggerates crises and racism, hates Israel and Christianity, supports Islam, and covers for Islam...

    This book more provides an excellent description of what American values are. By boiling it down to Liberty, In God We Trust, and E Pluribus Unum (the American Trinity), he gives us a succinct way of keeping it clear in our minds. It also makes it easier to communicate them to others. ...

    Leftism, Islam and Islamism & The American Trinity, parts of the whole that make up this book that took Dennis over 10 years to write. It is hard for me to believe there is anyone out there who thinks things are going well for the U.S. these days. What are the causes, what did ...

    Mr. Prager has rendered an invaluable service to America in the writing of this book. He reminds us of the uniquely American values and precepts that are our common inheritance. If we would only be guided by him and pass along this inheritance to our children, the American experim...

    I listened to the book while driving to and from Utah. It was over 14 hours of listening. I do not recommend listening to it. I think it would be much better read. I found it very interesting. It had a lot of really good information in it. I thought the book was way to long. I thi...

    In my opinion, no conservative thinker comes as close as Dennis Prager does, in making the best arguments for most right wing positions. I don't agree on absolutely everything, but by and large I find myself changing my positions. The examples and stories in this book are great. Mr. Pr...

  • Karl
    Apr 25, 2012

    Don't you hate it when you read a book that forces you to take a step back and do some serious reevaluation? This book did that to me. Dennis Prager lays out the case for why traditional Conservative, American, Judeo-Christian values are the best hope for the world. So what are Amer...

    Since most American schools, especially high schools teach little American History these days, this book is very informative. It explains the American value system and what is called the American Trinity, E Pluribus Unem, (Out of many, ONE), Liberty, and In God We Trust. (All of which ...

    Dennis Prager is a favorite of mine and here he gives a clear and strong argument for a return to American values and the two forces that are opposing it. This book is profound and what I always appreciate with Prager is that there is none of the type of nastiness and contempt that one...

    Having listened to Dennis Prager for years it is easy to conclude he is among the wisest men in the world. His insite is kind and compassionate for the individual yet critical when necessary of the oversteps by government into the lives of Americans. This is a well written book that...

    I've always liked Dennis Prager because, of all the conservative talk show hosts out there, I believe him to be one of the more level-headed and less offensive ones out there. I'm an admitted conservative which I do not apologize for, yet it saddens me when those I agree with on issues...

    Wow. This was a *stunning indictment* - clear, cogent, thorough, level-headed - of both "Leftism" (think Western Europe, supporters of the ideal of socialism) and Islamism (not Islam per se, but those who support sharia-based rule of law or who feel 9/11 was justified), as well as a...

    This isn't a book I would normally read but I gave it a chance because my husband liked it so much. I tried to keep an open mind but for the most part, all this book did was succeed in making me enraged. I listened to it in the car and found myself yelling at it on a regular basis. ...

    The best book I have read that clearly explains the Left, Islamism, and American Values. His case is clearly made at how American Values from the Founders, though not all Christian, were all God concentric. Without God, the moral values this country is based on will fall. That man is i...

    I am reading this as part of a discussion group. I disagree with about 90% of what Prager says. His biggest methodological error to date is that he takes everything he doesn't like about modern society and lumps it under the term "Leftism." It is an ironic parallel to what hitler did i...

    Should be required reading in middle school history or social studies. I think I will require my daugher to read it. ...

    A well presented argument for why traditional American values are better than the alternatives. Conservative America and liberal America hold different visions for America. The Left wants America to look like Western Europe. ?The Left wants Europe's quasi pacifism, cradle-to-gra...

    I didn't give it the full five stars because I'd actually heard and read most of the points the author made before, while he was preparing the book. Not his fault. This book sets out to describe what American values are, what the alternatives are, and why American values are the best ...

  • Peter
    Jun 25, 2012

    Don't you hate it when you read a book that forces you to take a step back and do some serious reevaluation? This book did that to me. Dennis Prager lays out the case for why traditional Conservative, American, Judeo-Christian values are the best hope for the world. So what are Amer...

    Since most American schools, especially high schools teach little American History these days, this book is very informative. It explains the American value system and what is called the American Trinity, E Pluribus Unem, (Out of many, ONE), Liberty, and In God We Trust. (All of which ...

    Dennis Prager is a favorite of mine and here he gives a clear and strong argument for a return to American values and the two forces that are opposing it. This book is profound and what I always appreciate with Prager is that there is none of the type of nastiness and contempt that one...

    Having listened to Dennis Prager for years it is easy to conclude he is among the wisest men in the world. His insite is kind and compassionate for the individual yet critical when necessary of the oversteps by government into the lives of Americans. This is a well written book that...

    I've always liked Dennis Prager because, of all the conservative talk show hosts out there, I believe him to be one of the more level-headed and less offensive ones out there. I'm an admitted conservative which I do not apologize for, yet it saddens me when those I agree with on issues...

    Wow. This was a *stunning indictment* - clear, cogent, thorough, level-headed - of both "Leftism" (think Western Europe, supporters of the ideal of socialism) and Islamism (not Islam per se, but those who support sharia-based rule of law or who feel 9/11 was justified), as well as a...

    This isn't a book I would normally read but I gave it a chance because my husband liked it so much. I tried to keep an open mind but for the most part, all this book did was succeed in making me enraged. I listened to it in the car and found myself yelling at it on a regular basis. ...

    The best book I have read that clearly explains the Left, Islamism, and American Values. His case is clearly made at how American Values from the Founders, though not all Christian, were all God concentric. Without God, the moral values this country is based on will fall. That man is i...

    I am reading this as part of a discussion group. I disagree with about 90% of what Prager says. His biggest methodological error to date is that he takes everything he doesn't like about modern society and lumps it under the term "Leftism." It is an ironic parallel to what hitler did i...

    Should be required reading in middle school history or social studies. I think I will require my daugher to read it. ...

    A well presented argument for why traditional American values are better than the alternatives. Conservative America and liberal America hold different visions for America. The Left wants America to look like Western Europe. ?The Left wants Europe's quasi pacifism, cradle-to-gra...

    I didn't give it the full five stars because I'd actually heard and read most of the points the author made before, while he was preparing the book. Not his fault. This book sets out to describe what American values are, what the alternatives are, and why American values are the best ...

    I'm always hesitant reading books by Radio Talk Show Hosts because I fear it being nothing more than a text version of their programs. Honestly, I have to say that is the case here, but Dennis Prager is so brilliant in his description of America's Culture War, that this book represen...

    Very compelling book. Prager is very sincere and writes with authority. One of the best for the year. y Marc Jacobs Amazon Review This review is from: Still the Best Hope: Why the World Needs American Values to Triumph (Hardcover) This book explains why the American Value System i...

    Prager is a believer. A believer in the American way of life and the core values that helped shape this nation and to a larger degree the world through its influence and hope. In this book he sets out to explain clearly and with plenty of evidence. While at times I found the depth of ...

    I was introduced to this book by a speaker at BYU's education week, who recommended this for additional reading. Outstanding analysis and insight into why America is slipping and why we need to renew those values we once held dear and which originally made this country great. Prager ou...

    Dennis Prager's most recent book analyzes three political philosophies and their impact, for better or worse, on people and nations. He discusses Leftism, Islamism, and what he calls the "American Trinity" of values: Liberty, In God We Trust, and E Pluribus Unum. As a conservative guy,...

    Meh. I read this book because I wanted to hear a clear and insightful defence of conservatism from someone who was qualified to give it. I realized two things while reading this: 1. I was already familiar with most of the main points from listening to Prager's radio show. 2. These type...

    Prager clearly and convincingly calls out Leftism for what it is. The analysis of the Left's tactics, policies, and results are very hard to refute. I found his commentary on why the Left exaggerates crises and racism, hates Israel and Christianity, supports Islam, and covers for Islam...

    This book more provides an excellent description of what American values are. By boiling it down to Liberty, In God We Trust, and E Pluribus Unum (the American Trinity), he gives us a succinct way of keeping it clear in our minds. It also makes it easier to communicate them to others. ...

    Leftism, Islam and Islamism & The American Trinity, parts of the whole that make up this book that took Dennis over 10 years to write. It is hard for me to believe there is anyone out there who thinks things are going well for the U.S. these days. What are the causes, what did ...

    Mr. Prager has rendered an invaluable service to America in the writing of this book. He reminds us of the uniquely American values and precepts that are our common inheritance. If we would only be guided by him and pass along this inheritance to our children, the American experim...

  • Neal
    May 28, 2012

    Don't you hate it when you read a book that forces you to take a step back and do some serious reevaluation? This book did that to me. Dennis Prager lays out the case for why traditional Conservative, American, Judeo-Christian values are the best hope for the world. So what are Amer...

    Since most American schools, especially high schools teach little American History these days, this book is very informative. It explains the American value system and what is called the American Trinity, E Pluribus Unem, (Out of many, ONE), Liberty, and In God We Trust. (All of which ...

    Dennis Prager is a favorite of mine and here he gives a clear and strong argument for a return to American values and the two forces that are opposing it. This book is profound and what I always appreciate with Prager is that there is none of the type of nastiness and contempt that one...

    Having listened to Dennis Prager for years it is easy to conclude he is among the wisest men in the world. His insite is kind and compassionate for the individual yet critical when necessary of the oversteps by government into the lives of Americans. This is a well written book that...

    I've always liked Dennis Prager because, of all the conservative talk show hosts out there, I believe him to be one of the more level-headed and less offensive ones out there. I'm an admitted conservative which I do not apologize for, yet it saddens me when those I agree with on issues...

    Wow. This was a *stunning indictment* - clear, cogent, thorough, level-headed - of both "Leftism" (think Western Europe, supporters of the ideal of socialism) and Islamism (not Islam per se, but those who support sharia-based rule of law or who feel 9/11 was justified), as well as a...

    This isn't a book I would normally read but I gave it a chance because my husband liked it so much. I tried to keep an open mind but for the most part, all this book did was succeed in making me enraged. I listened to it in the car and found myself yelling at it on a regular basis. ...

    The best book I have read that clearly explains the Left, Islamism, and American Values. His case is clearly made at how American Values from the Founders, though not all Christian, were all God concentric. Without God, the moral values this country is based on will fall. That man is i...

    I am reading this as part of a discussion group. I disagree with about 90% of what Prager says. His biggest methodological error to date is that he takes everything he doesn't like about modern society and lumps it under the term "Leftism." It is an ironic parallel to what hitler did i...

    Should be required reading in middle school history or social studies. I think I will require my daugher to read it. ...

    A well presented argument for why traditional American values are better than the alternatives. Conservative America and liberal America hold different visions for America. The Left wants America to look like Western Europe. ?The Left wants Europe's quasi pacifism, cradle-to-gra...

    I didn't give it the full five stars because I'd actually heard and read most of the points the author made before, while he was preparing the book. Not his fault. This book sets out to describe what American values are, what the alternatives are, and why American values are the best ...

    I'm always hesitant reading books by Radio Talk Show Hosts because I fear it being nothing more than a text version of their programs. Honestly, I have to say that is the case here, but Dennis Prager is so brilliant in his description of America's Culture War, that this book represen...

    Very compelling book. Prager is very sincere and writes with authority. One of the best for the year. y Marc Jacobs Amazon Review This review is from: Still the Best Hope: Why the World Needs American Values to Triumph (Hardcover) This book explains why the American Value System i...

  • Evette
    Jun 12, 2013

    Don't you hate it when you read a book that forces you to take a step back and do some serious reevaluation? This book did that to me. Dennis Prager lays out the case for why traditional Conservative, American, Judeo-Christian values are the best hope for the world. So what are Amer...

    Since most American schools, especially high schools teach little American History these days, this book is very informative. It explains the American value system and what is called the American Trinity, E Pluribus Unem, (Out of many, ONE), Liberty, and In God We Trust. (All of which ...

    Dennis Prager is a favorite of mine and here he gives a clear and strong argument for a return to American values and the two forces that are opposing it. This book is profound and what I always appreciate with Prager is that there is none of the type of nastiness and contempt that one...

    Having listened to Dennis Prager for years it is easy to conclude he is among the wisest men in the world. His insite is kind and compassionate for the individual yet critical when necessary of the oversteps by government into the lives of Americans. This is a well written book that...

    I've always liked Dennis Prager because, of all the conservative talk show hosts out there, I believe him to be one of the more level-headed and less offensive ones out there. I'm an admitted conservative which I do not apologize for, yet it saddens me when those I agree with on issues...

    Wow. This was a *stunning indictment* - clear, cogent, thorough, level-headed - of both "Leftism" (think Western Europe, supporters of the ideal of socialism) and Islamism (not Islam per se, but those who support sharia-based rule of law or who feel 9/11 was justified), as well as a...

    This isn't a book I would normally read but I gave it a chance because my husband liked it so much. I tried to keep an open mind but for the most part, all this book did was succeed in making me enraged. I listened to it in the car and found myself yelling at it on a regular basis. ...

    The best book I have read that clearly explains the Left, Islamism, and American Values. His case is clearly made at how American Values from the Founders, though not all Christian, were all God concentric. Without God, the moral values this country is based on will fall. That man is i...

    I am reading this as part of a discussion group. I disagree with about 90% of what Prager says. His biggest methodological error to date is that he takes everything he doesn't like about modern society and lumps it under the term "Leftism." It is an ironic parallel to what hitler did i...

    Should be required reading in middle school history or social studies. I think I will require my daugher to read it. ...

    A well presented argument for why traditional American values are better than the alternatives. Conservative America and liberal America hold different visions for America. The Left wants America to look like Western Europe. ?The Left wants Europe's quasi pacifism, cradle-to-gra...

    I didn't give it the full five stars because I'd actually heard and read most of the points the author made before, while he was preparing the book. Not his fault. This book sets out to describe what American values are, what the alternatives are, and why American values are the best ...

    I'm always hesitant reading books by Radio Talk Show Hosts because I fear it being nothing more than a text version of their programs. Honestly, I have to say that is the case here, but Dennis Prager is so brilliant in his description of America's Culture War, that this book represen...

    Very compelling book. Prager is very sincere and writes with authority. One of the best for the year. y Marc Jacobs Amazon Review This review is from: Still the Best Hope: Why the World Needs American Values to Triumph (Hardcover) This book explains why the American Value System i...

    Prager is a believer. A believer in the American way of life and the core values that helped shape this nation and to a larger degree the world through its influence and hope. In this book he sets out to explain clearly and with plenty of evidence. While at times I found the depth of ...

    I was introduced to this book by a speaker at BYU's education week, who recommended this for additional reading. Outstanding analysis and insight into why America is slipping and why we need to renew those values we once held dear and which originally made this country great. Prager ou...

    Dennis Prager's most recent book analyzes three political philosophies and their impact, for better or worse, on people and nations. He discusses Leftism, Islamism, and what he calls the "American Trinity" of values: Liberty, In God We Trust, and E Pluribus Unum. As a conservative guy,...

    Meh. I read this book because I wanted to hear a clear and insightful defence of conservatism from someone who was qualified to give it. I realized two things while reading this: 1. I was already familiar with most of the main points from listening to Prager's radio show. 2. These type...

    Prager clearly and convincingly calls out Leftism for what it is. The analysis of the Left's tactics, policies, and results are very hard to refute. I found his commentary on why the Left exaggerates crises and racism, hates Israel and Christianity, supports Islam, and covers for Islam...

    This book more provides an excellent description of what American values are. By boiling it down to Liberty, In God We Trust, and E Pluribus Unum (the American Trinity), he gives us a succinct way of keeping it clear in our minds. It also makes it easier to communicate them to others. ...

    Leftism, Islam and Islamism & The American Trinity, parts of the whole that make up this book that took Dennis over 10 years to write. It is hard for me to believe there is anyone out there who thinks things are going well for the U.S. these days. What are the causes, what did ...

    Mr. Prager has rendered an invaluable service to America in the writing of this book. He reminds us of the uniquely American values and precepts that are our common inheritance. If we would only be guided by him and pass along this inheritance to our children, the American experim...

    I listened to the book while driving to and from Utah. It was over 14 hours of listening. I do not recommend listening to it. I think it would be much better read. I found it very interesting. It had a lot of really good information in it. I thought the book was way to long. I thi...

    In my opinion, no conservative thinker comes as close as Dennis Prager does, in making the best arguments for most right wing positions. I don't agree on absolutely everything, but by and large I find myself changing my positions. The examples and stories in this book are great. Mr. Pr...

    Not dry like you may think. Very logical with clarity and distinctions of notions & beliefs that ppl have but may not realize they have been mis-labeling themselves. Great chart in the Appendix to compare ideas. The appendix itself is the one huge reason for buying the book and ...

    If I could give this book no stars- I would. The only redeeming part is the end where he takes a forward view defining American values. The rest is arrogant right-wing propaganda where Prager lumps his side into a meek, intelligent, on G-d's side entity and everyone else who doesn'...

    I believe Dennis has placed a macroscopic wrapper around current religion and politics. The two seem inseparable. Denise makes the rift between left and right understandable. I believe he opens the door for dialogue. ...

    Fresh perspective on American values and valid, poignant arguments as to why anything else will lead only to less freedom, happiness, and human progress. ...

    Wonderful read. Wish it was required reading in our colleges and universities. ...

    Wow! Dennis lays out a very clear case for American Values and why American & her values are a must for peace & prosperity. ...

  • Louis
    Aug 16, 2012

    Don't you hate it when you read a book that forces you to take a step back and do some serious reevaluation? This book did that to me. Dennis Prager lays out the case for why traditional Conservative, American, Judeo-Christian values are the best hope for the world. So what are Amer...

    Since most American schools, especially high schools teach little American History these days, this book is very informative. It explains the American value system and what is called the American Trinity, E Pluribus Unem, (Out of many, ONE), Liberty, and In God We Trust. (All of which ...

    Dennis Prager is a favorite of mine and here he gives a clear and strong argument for a return to American values and the two forces that are opposing it. This book is profound and what I always appreciate with Prager is that there is none of the type of nastiness and contempt that one...

    Having listened to Dennis Prager for years it is easy to conclude he is among the wisest men in the world. His insite is kind and compassionate for the individual yet critical when necessary of the oversteps by government into the lives of Americans. This is a well written book that...

  • Kristen
    Aug 19, 2012

    Don't you hate it when you read a book that forces you to take a step back and do some serious reevaluation? This book did that to me. Dennis Prager lays out the case for why traditional Conservative, American, Judeo-Christian values are the best hope for the world. So what are Amer...

    Since most American schools, especially high schools teach little American History these days, this book is very informative. It explains the American value system and what is called the American Trinity, E Pluribus Unem, (Out of many, ONE), Liberty, and In God We Trust. (All of which ...

    Dennis Prager is a favorite of mine and here he gives a clear and strong argument for a return to American values and the two forces that are opposing it. This book is profound and what I always appreciate with Prager is that there is none of the type of nastiness and contempt that one...

    Having listened to Dennis Prager for years it is easy to conclude he is among the wisest men in the world. His insite is kind and compassionate for the individual yet critical when necessary of the oversteps by government into the lives of Americans. This is a well written book that...

    I've always liked Dennis Prager because, of all the conservative talk show hosts out there, I believe him to be one of the more level-headed and less offensive ones out there. I'm an admitted conservative which I do not apologize for, yet it saddens me when those I agree with on issues...

    Wow. This was a *stunning indictment* - clear, cogent, thorough, level-headed - of both "Leftism" (think Western Europe, supporters of the ideal of socialism) and Islamism (not Islam per se, but those who support sharia-based rule of law or who feel 9/11 was justified), as well as a...

    This isn't a book I would normally read but I gave it a chance because my husband liked it so much. I tried to keep an open mind but for the most part, all this book did was succeed in making me enraged. I listened to it in the car and found myself yelling at it on a regular basis. ...

    The best book I have read that clearly explains the Left, Islamism, and American Values. His case is clearly made at how American Values from the Founders, though not all Christian, were all God concentric. Without God, the moral values this country is based on will fall. That man is i...

    I am reading this as part of a discussion group. I disagree with about 90% of what Prager says. His biggest methodological error to date is that he takes everything he doesn't like about modern society and lumps it under the term "Leftism." It is an ironic parallel to what hitler did i...

    Should be required reading in middle school history or social studies. I think I will require my daugher to read it. ...

  • Cellerina
    Dec 03, 2012

    Don't you hate it when you read a book that forces you to take a step back and do some serious reevaluation? This book did that to me. Dennis Prager lays out the case for why traditional Conservative, American, Judeo-Christian values are the best hope for the world. So what are Amer...

    Since most American schools, especially high schools teach little American History these days, this book is very informative. It explains the American value system and what is called the American Trinity, E Pluribus Unem, (Out of many, ONE), Liberty, and In God We Trust. (All of which ...

    Dennis Prager is a favorite of mine and here he gives a clear and strong argument for a return to American values and the two forces that are opposing it. This book is profound and what I always appreciate with Prager is that there is none of the type of nastiness and contempt that one...

    Having listened to Dennis Prager for years it is easy to conclude he is among the wisest men in the world. His insite is kind and compassionate for the individual yet critical when necessary of the oversteps by government into the lives of Americans. This is a well written book that...

    I've always liked Dennis Prager because, of all the conservative talk show hosts out there, I believe him to be one of the more level-headed and less offensive ones out there. I'm an admitted conservative which I do not apologize for, yet it saddens me when those I agree with on issues...

    Wow. This was a *stunning indictment* - clear, cogent, thorough, level-headed - of both "Leftism" (think Western Europe, supporters of the ideal of socialism) and Islamism (not Islam per se, but those who support sharia-based rule of law or who feel 9/11 was justified), as well as a...

    This isn't a book I would normally read but I gave it a chance because my husband liked it so much. I tried to keep an open mind but for the most part, all this book did was succeed in making me enraged. I listened to it in the car and found myself yelling at it on a regular basis. ...

    The best book I have read that clearly explains the Left, Islamism, and American Values. His case is clearly made at how American Values from the Founders, though not all Christian, were all God concentric. Without God, the moral values this country is based on will fall. That man is i...

    I am reading this as part of a discussion group. I disagree with about 90% of what Prager says. His biggest methodological error to date is that he takes everything he doesn't like about modern society and lumps it under the term "Leftism." It is an ironic parallel to what hitler did i...

    Should be required reading in middle school history or social studies. I think I will require my daugher to read it. ...

    A well presented argument for why traditional American values are better than the alternatives. Conservative America and liberal America hold different visions for America. The Left wants America to look like Western Europe. ?The Left wants Europe's quasi pacifism, cradle-to-gra...

    I didn't give it the full five stars because I'd actually heard and read most of the points the author made before, while he was preparing the book. Not his fault. This book sets out to describe what American values are, what the alternatives are, and why American values are the best ...

    I'm always hesitant reading books by Radio Talk Show Hosts because I fear it being nothing more than a text version of their programs. Honestly, I have to say that is the case here, but Dennis Prager is so brilliant in his description of America's Culture War, that this book represen...

    Very compelling book. Prager is very sincere and writes with authority. One of the best for the year. y Marc Jacobs Amazon Review This review is from: Still the Best Hope: Why the World Needs American Values to Triumph (Hardcover) This book explains why the American Value System i...

    Prager is a believer. A believer in the American way of life and the core values that helped shape this nation and to a larger degree the world through its influence and hope. In this book he sets out to explain clearly and with plenty of evidence. While at times I found the depth of ...

    I was introduced to this book by a speaker at BYU's education week, who recommended this for additional reading. Outstanding analysis and insight into why America is slipping and why we need to renew those values we once held dear and which originally made this country great. Prager ou...

    Dennis Prager's most recent book analyzes three political philosophies and their impact, for better or worse, on people and nations. He discusses Leftism, Islamism, and what he calls the "American Trinity" of values: Liberty, In God We Trust, and E Pluribus Unum. As a conservative guy,...

    Meh. I read this book because I wanted to hear a clear and insightful defence of conservatism from someone who was qualified to give it. I realized two things while reading this: 1. I was already familiar with most of the main points from listening to Prager's radio show. 2. These type...

    Prager clearly and convincingly calls out Leftism for what it is. The analysis of the Left's tactics, policies, and results are very hard to refute. I found his commentary on why the Left exaggerates crises and racism, hates Israel and Christianity, supports Islam, and covers for Islam...

    This book more provides an excellent description of what American values are. By boiling it down to Liberty, In God We Trust, and E Pluribus Unum (the American Trinity), he gives us a succinct way of keeping it clear in our minds. It also makes it easier to communicate them to others. ...

    Leftism, Islam and Islamism & The American Trinity, parts of the whole that make up this book that took Dennis over 10 years to write. It is hard for me to believe there is anyone out there who thinks things are going well for the U.S. these days. What are the causes, what did ...

    Mr. Prager has rendered an invaluable service to America in the writing of this book. He reminds us of the uniquely American values and precepts that are our common inheritance. If we would only be guided by him and pass along this inheritance to our children, the American experim...

    I listened to the book while driving to and from Utah. It was over 14 hours of listening. I do not recommend listening to it. I think it would be much better read. I found it very interesting. It had a lot of really good information in it. I thought the book was way to long. I thi...

    In my opinion, no conservative thinker comes as close as Dennis Prager does, in making the best arguments for most right wing positions. I don't agree on absolutely everything, but by and large I find myself changing my positions. The examples and stories in this book are great. Mr. Pr...

    Not dry like you may think. Very logical with clarity and distinctions of notions & beliefs that ppl have but may not realize they have been mis-labeling themselves. Great chart in the Appendix to compare ideas. The appendix itself is the one huge reason for buying the book and ...

  • John Oss
    Jan 02, 2013

    Don't you hate it when you read a book that forces you to take a step back and do some serious reevaluation? This book did that to me. Dennis Prager lays out the case for why traditional Conservative, American, Judeo-Christian values are the best hope for the world. So what are Amer...

    Since most American schools, especially high schools teach little American History these days, this book is very informative. It explains the American value system and what is called the American Trinity, E Pluribus Unem, (Out of many, ONE), Liberty, and In God We Trust. (All of which ...

    Dennis Prager is a favorite of mine and here he gives a clear and strong argument for a return to American values and the two forces that are opposing it. This book is profound and what I always appreciate with Prager is that there is none of the type of nastiness and contempt that one...

    Having listened to Dennis Prager for years it is easy to conclude he is among the wisest men in the world. His insite is kind and compassionate for the individual yet critical when necessary of the oversteps by government into the lives of Americans. This is a well written book that...

    I've always liked Dennis Prager because, of all the conservative talk show hosts out there, I believe him to be one of the more level-headed and less offensive ones out there. I'm an admitted conservative which I do not apologize for, yet it saddens me when those I agree with on issues...

    Wow. This was a *stunning indictment* - clear, cogent, thorough, level-headed - of both "Leftism" (think Western Europe, supporters of the ideal of socialism) and Islamism (not Islam per se, but those who support sharia-based rule of law or who feel 9/11 was justified), as well as a...

    This isn't a book I would normally read but I gave it a chance because my husband liked it so much. I tried to keep an open mind but for the most part, all this book did was succeed in making me enraged. I listened to it in the car and found myself yelling at it on a regular basis. ...

    The best book I have read that clearly explains the Left, Islamism, and American Values. His case is clearly made at how American Values from the Founders, though not all Christian, were all God concentric. Without God, the moral values this country is based on will fall. That man is i...

    I am reading this as part of a discussion group. I disagree with about 90% of what Prager says. His biggest methodological error to date is that he takes everything he doesn't like about modern society and lumps it under the term "Leftism." It is an ironic parallel to what hitler did i...

    Should be required reading in middle school history or social studies. I think I will require my daugher to read it. ...

    A well presented argument for why traditional American values are better than the alternatives. Conservative America and liberal America hold different visions for America. The Left wants America to look like Western Europe. ?The Left wants Europe's quasi pacifism, cradle-to-gra...

    I didn't give it the full five stars because I'd actually heard and read most of the points the author made before, while he was preparing the book. Not his fault. This book sets out to describe what American values are, what the alternatives are, and why American values are the best ...

    I'm always hesitant reading books by Radio Talk Show Hosts because I fear it being nothing more than a text version of their programs. Honestly, I have to say that is the case here, but Dennis Prager is so brilliant in his description of America's Culture War, that this book represen...

    Very compelling book. Prager is very sincere and writes with authority. One of the best for the year. y Marc Jacobs Amazon Review This review is from: Still the Best Hope: Why the World Needs American Values to Triumph (Hardcover) This book explains why the American Value System i...

    Prager is a believer. A believer in the American way of life and the core values that helped shape this nation and to a larger degree the world through its influence and hope. In this book he sets out to explain clearly and with plenty of evidence. While at times I found the depth of ...

    I was introduced to this book by a speaker at BYU's education week, who recommended this for additional reading. Outstanding analysis and insight into why America is slipping and why we need to renew those values we once held dear and which originally made this country great. Prager ou...

    Dennis Prager's most recent book analyzes three political philosophies and their impact, for better or worse, on people and nations. He discusses Leftism, Islamism, and what he calls the "American Trinity" of values: Liberty, In God We Trust, and E Pluribus Unum. As a conservative guy,...

    Meh. I read this book because I wanted to hear a clear and insightful defence of conservatism from someone who was qualified to give it. I realized two things while reading this: 1. I was already familiar with most of the main points from listening to Prager's radio show. 2. These type...

    Prager clearly and convincingly calls out Leftism for what it is. The analysis of the Left's tactics, policies, and results are very hard to refute. I found his commentary on why the Left exaggerates crises and racism, hates Israel and Christianity, supports Islam, and covers for Islam...

    This book more provides an excellent description of what American values are. By boiling it down to Liberty, In God We Trust, and E Pluribus Unum (the American Trinity), he gives us a succinct way of keeping it clear in our minds. It also makes it easier to communicate them to others. ...

    Leftism, Islam and Islamism & The American Trinity, parts of the whole that make up this book that took Dennis over 10 years to write. It is hard for me to believe there is anyone out there who thinks things are going well for the U.S. these days. What are the causes, what did ...

    Mr. Prager has rendered an invaluable service to America in the writing of this book. He reminds us of the uniquely American values and precepts that are our common inheritance. If we would only be guided by him and pass along this inheritance to our children, the American experim...

    I listened to the book while driving to and from Utah. It was over 14 hours of listening. I do not recommend listening to it. I think it would be much better read. I found it very interesting. It had a lot of really good information in it. I thought the book was way to long. I thi...

    In my opinion, no conservative thinker comes as close as Dennis Prager does, in making the best arguments for most right wing positions. I don't agree on absolutely everything, but by and large I find myself changing my positions. The examples and stories in this book are great. Mr. Pr...

    Not dry like you may think. Very logical with clarity and distinctions of notions & beliefs that ppl have but may not realize they have been mis-labeling themselves. Great chart in the Appendix to compare ideas. The appendix itself is the one huge reason for buying the book and ...

    If I could give this book no stars- I would. The only redeeming part is the end where he takes a forward view defining American values. The rest is arrogant right-wing propaganda where Prager lumps his side into a meek, intelligent, on G-d's side entity and everyone else who doesn'...

    I believe Dennis has placed a macroscopic wrapper around current religion and politics. The two seem inseparable. Denise makes the rift between left and right understandable. I believe he opens the door for dialogue. ...

  • Ryan Hastings
    Jul 01, 2013

    Don't you hate it when you read a book that forces you to take a step back and do some serious reevaluation? This book did that to me. Dennis Prager lays out the case for why traditional Conservative, American, Judeo-Christian values are the best hope for the world. So what are Amer...

    Since most American schools, especially high schools teach little American History these days, this book is very informative. It explains the American value system and what is called the American Trinity, E Pluribus Unem, (Out of many, ONE), Liberty, and In God We Trust. (All of which ...

    Dennis Prager is a favorite of mine and here he gives a clear and strong argument for a return to American values and the two forces that are opposing it. This book is profound and what I always appreciate with Prager is that there is none of the type of nastiness and contempt that one...

    Having listened to Dennis Prager for years it is easy to conclude he is among the wisest men in the world. His insite is kind and compassionate for the individual yet critical when necessary of the oversteps by government into the lives of Americans. This is a well written book that...

    I've always liked Dennis Prager because, of all the conservative talk show hosts out there, I believe him to be one of the more level-headed and less offensive ones out there. I'm an admitted conservative which I do not apologize for, yet it saddens me when those I agree with on issues...

    Wow. This was a *stunning indictment* - clear, cogent, thorough, level-headed - of both "Leftism" (think Western Europe, supporters of the ideal of socialism) and Islamism (not Islam per se, but those who support sharia-based rule of law or who feel 9/11 was justified), as well as a...

    This isn't a book I would normally read but I gave it a chance because my husband liked it so much. I tried to keep an open mind but for the most part, all this book did was succeed in making me enraged. I listened to it in the car and found myself yelling at it on a regular basis. ...

    The best book I have read that clearly explains the Left, Islamism, and American Values. His case is clearly made at how American Values from the Founders, though not all Christian, were all God concentric. Without God, the moral values this country is based on will fall. That man is i...

    I am reading this as part of a discussion group. I disagree with about 90% of what Prager says. His biggest methodological error to date is that he takes everything he doesn't like about modern society and lumps it under the term "Leftism." It is an ironic parallel to what hitler did i...

    Should be required reading in middle school history or social studies. I think I will require my daugher to read it. ...

    A well presented argument for why traditional American values are better than the alternatives. Conservative America and liberal America hold different visions for America. The Left wants America to look like Western Europe. ?The Left wants Europe's quasi pacifism, cradle-to-gra...

    I didn't give it the full five stars because I'd actually heard and read most of the points the author made before, while he was preparing the book. Not his fault. This book sets out to describe what American values are, what the alternatives are, and why American values are the best ...

    I'm always hesitant reading books by Radio Talk Show Hosts because I fear it being nothing more than a text version of their programs. Honestly, I have to say that is the case here, but Dennis Prager is so brilliant in his description of America's Culture War, that this book represen...

    Very compelling book. Prager is very sincere and writes with authority. One of the best for the year. y Marc Jacobs Amazon Review This review is from: Still the Best Hope: Why the World Needs American Values to Triumph (Hardcover) This book explains why the American Value System i...

    Prager is a believer. A believer in the American way of life and the core values that helped shape this nation and to a larger degree the world through its influence and hope. In this book he sets out to explain clearly and with plenty of evidence. While at times I found the depth of ...

    I was introduced to this book by a speaker at BYU's education week, who recommended this for additional reading. Outstanding analysis and insight into why America is slipping and why we need to renew those values we once held dear and which originally made this country great. Prager ou...

    Dennis Prager's most recent book analyzes three political philosophies and their impact, for better or worse, on people and nations. He discusses Leftism, Islamism, and what he calls the "American Trinity" of values: Liberty, In God We Trust, and E Pluribus Unum. As a conservative guy,...

    Meh. I read this book because I wanted to hear a clear and insightful defence of conservatism from someone who was qualified to give it. I realized two things while reading this: 1. I was already familiar with most of the main points from listening to Prager's radio show. 2. These type...

    Prager clearly and convincingly calls out Leftism for what it is. The analysis of the Left's tactics, policies, and results are very hard to refute. I found his commentary on why the Left exaggerates crises and racism, hates Israel and Christianity, supports Islam, and covers for Islam...

    This book more provides an excellent description of what American values are. By boiling it down to Liberty, In God We Trust, and E Pluribus Unum (the American Trinity), he gives us a succinct way of keeping it clear in our minds. It also makes it easier to communicate them to others. ...

    Leftism, Islam and Islamism & The American Trinity, parts of the whole that make up this book that took Dennis over 10 years to write. It is hard for me to believe there is anyone out there who thinks things are going well for the U.S. these days. What are the causes, what did ...

    Mr. Prager has rendered an invaluable service to America in the writing of this book. He reminds us of the uniquely American values and precepts that are our common inheritance. If we would only be guided by him and pass along this inheritance to our children, the American experim...

    I listened to the book while driving to and from Utah. It was over 14 hours of listening. I do not recommend listening to it. I think it would be much better read. I found it very interesting. It had a lot of really good information in it. I thought the book was way to long. I thi...

    In my opinion, no conservative thinker comes as close as Dennis Prager does, in making the best arguments for most right wing positions. I don't agree on absolutely everything, but by and large I find myself changing my positions. The examples and stories in this book are great. Mr. Pr...

    Not dry like you may think. Very logical with clarity and distinctions of notions & beliefs that ppl have but may not realize they have been mis-labeling themselves. Great chart in the Appendix to compare ideas. The appendix itself is the one huge reason for buying the book and ...

    If I could give this book no stars- I would. The only redeeming part is the end where he takes a forward view defining American values. The rest is arrogant right-wing propaganda where Prager lumps his side into a meek, intelligent, on G-d's side entity and everyone else who doesn'...

    I believe Dennis has placed a macroscopic wrapper around current religion and politics. The two seem inseparable. Denise makes the rift between left and right understandable. I believe he opens the door for dialogue. ...

    Fresh perspective on American values and valid, poignant arguments as to why anything else will lead only to less freedom, happiness, and human progress. ...