End Of Discussion: How The Left'S Outrage Industry Shuts Down Debate, Manipulates Voters, And Makes America Less Free (And Fun)

End Of Discussion: How The Left'S Outrage Industry Shuts Down Debate, Manipulates Voters, And Makes America Less Free (And Fun)

  • Publish Date: 2015-06-09
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Author: Mary Katharine Ham Guy Benson
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They want to shut you up. But dont let this be the End of Discussion.

In this fresh and provocative new book, Mary Katharine Ham and Guy Benson, dynamic Fox News and Townhall Media duo, expose how the Left exploits fake outrage to silence their political opponentsin public, on social media, at work, and even in their own homes. Youve felt it and End of Discussion can help you fight it.

The political correctness born on college campuses has mutated into a new hypersensitivity. Its weaponized in Washington, D.C. by a network of well-trained operatives, media, and politicians, and proliferated throughout the country. The new Puritans of the Left are quick to ban comedians and commencement speakers alike for the sin of disagreeing with them. They demand safe spaces while making dissent increasingly dangerous for Americans.

Ham and Benson demonstrate just how dangerous the outrage industrya coalition of mostly liberal blowhards and busybodiesis to America. The media frenzy they create is designed to disqualify opposing viewpoints on everything from health care to education by labeling them racist, sexist, and evil. They punish speech that makes them uncomfortable, demanding boycotts, censures, and peoples jobs. They seek to win political and cultural debates by preventing them from happening.

And if you think this behavior is relegated to political fights or politicians, think again. The same activists are ready to foment outrage over your association with the wrong fried chicken joints, Internet browsers, breast cancer charities, pasta, childrens toys, Halloween costumes, TV shows, schools, and even comedians jokes.

With Ham and Bensons help, readers can cut through the noise and find their voices again, fighting back against the rampant self-censorship and hair-trigger apologies that always make things worse, not better. With fresh reporting and insightful, occasionally tongue-in-cheek analysis, End of Discussion is a timely handbook for anyone who wants to make sure debate doesnt meet an ugly death.

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