Synopses & Reviews
This is a book about winning elections in an age when security has trumped almost every other issue and the technology of political effectiveness is evolving with lightning quickness. Hewitt offers real-world tactics for individuals who (1) care about the future of the United States and (2) want to work effectively to help elect candidates who will lead the country-on a national or local level-in the right direction.
In this book, Hugh Hewitt does more than rehash conservative grievances, preach to the choir, or even preach to the choir plus the undecideds. He aims to change the behavior of the choir, one reader at a time. Hewitt includes material targeted to people of faith when appropriate and appeals to all readers who consider themselves conservative or center-right.
The recklessness of our leaders on security and many other crucial issues has never been clearer, and acting in response to that recklessness has never been so urgent. The silly response is anger. The smart response is winning elections.
Hewitt offers real-world tactics for individuals who care about the future of the U.S. and want to work effectively to help elect candidates who will lead the country--on a national or local level--in the right direction.
In his fifth book, the nationally syndicated radio talk show host and columnist for "The Weekly Standard" targets not only people of faith but all readers who consider themselves conservative or center-right, and takes a practical, provocative look at winning elections--national and local--in the gritty new age of American politics.