An Inconvenient Book: Real Solutions to the World's Biggest Problems (Paperback)
Now available in trade paperback, the #1 bestselling "New York Times "author Glenn Beck tackles some of our country's biggest problems in this funny, outrageous, and entertaining book.
Glenn Beck believes that the reason why some of our biggest problems never seem to get fixed is simple: the solutions just aren't very convenient. And as the host of a nationally syndicated radio show and a prime-time television show on CNN Headline News, Glenn Beck doesn't care much about convenience; he cares about common sense.
Take the issue of poverty, for example. Over the last forty years, America's poorest cities all had one simple thing in common, but politicians will never reveal what that is (or explain how easy it would be to change). Global warming is another issue that's rife with lies and distortion. How many times have we heard that carbon dioxide is responsible for huge natural disasters that have killed millions of people? The truth is, it's actually the other way around: as CO2 has increased, deaths from extreme weather have decreased. But that would never be shown in an Al Gore slide show.
Combining honesty with a biting sense of humor, "An Inconvenient Book "contains hundreds of these "why have I never heard that before?" types of facts that will leave readers wondering how political correctness, special interests, and outright stupidity have gotten us so far away from the common sense solutions this country was built on.
About the Author
Glenn Beck, the nationally syndicated radio and former Fox News television show host, is the author of "Being George Washington, Broke, The 7, " and 7 #1 "New York Times" bestsellers: "An Inconvenient Book", "The Christmas Sweater", "Glenn Beck's Common Sense", "Arguing with Idiots, The Original Argument", the children's version of "The Christmas Sweater", and "The Overton Window". He is also the author of "The Real America" and publisher of "Blaze "online. Visit GlennBeck.com.
"Glenn Beck is CNN's chief corporate-fascism advocate." -- Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.
"Finally! A guy who says what people who aren't thinking, are thinking." -- Jon Stewart
"Satan's mentally challenged younger brother." -- Stephen King
"There's something about him that suggests that, one night, he'll say something that will cost him his career...." -- Keith Olbermann
"Glenn Beck shouldn't be on [the air]." -- Al Franken