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4 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 5 4.00 (258 ratings) (rate this audio book) Author: David Limbaugh Narrator: Don Leslie Publisher: Blackstone Audio Format: Unabridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download Audio Length: Release Date:
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As Americans, liberty is an inalienable right that is granted to us by God, protected by the Constitution, and upheld by our government. Yet Barack Obama doesn’t seem to share that view. To him, liberty is a threat to the government’s power and something to be squashed by any means possible, as bestselling author David Limbaugh shows to devastating effect in Crimes against Liberty. Here, Limbaugh issues a damning indictment of President Barack Obama for encroaching upon and stripping us of our individual and sovereign rights. Laying out his case like he would a criminal complaint, Limbaugh presents the evidence—count-by-count—against Obama. From exploiting the financial crisis for political gain, to restricting our personal freedoms through invasive healthcare and “green” policies, to endangering America with his feckless diplomacy and reckless dismantlement of our national security systems, Limbaugh proves—beyond a reasonable doubt—that Obama is guilty of crimes against liberty. Comprehensive and compelling, this is Limbaugh’s most powerful book yet.

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Quotes & Awards

  • “In Crimes against Liberty my good friend David Limbaugh presents a thorough, incisive, and compelling indictment of Barack Obama and his administration. His research and writing skills and his legal training have never been put to better use—every liberty-loving American has a patriotic duty to read this book.”

    Sean Hannity

  • “The most effective skewering of Obama’s contempt for the Constitution and our nation’s foundations that I have yet read.”

    Mark R. Levin

  • “Reading David Limbaugh on the Obama administration is imperative right now. Week in and week out, his devastating columns provide cathartic relief during these dark days for the republic. In his terrific new book Crimes against Liberty, he has given us a powerful indictment of this administration—its hypocracy, dishonesty, radicalism, and corruption. Arm yourself with knowledge for the coming showdown: Read this book.”

    Ann Coulter

  • “In Crimes against Liberty: An Indictment of President Barack Obama, David Limbaugh charges the egomaniac in the Oval Office with fraudulent campaigning, cold-blooded lying, contempt for free enterprise, and a deep—and disturbing—disrespect for the US Constitution. Limbaugh marshals the often jaw-dropping evidence with a force, clarity, and wit sure to win from any honest jury the verdict Obama deserves: Guilty on all counts.”

    Terence P. Jeffrey, author of Control Freaks: 7 Ways Liberals Plan to Ruin Your Life

  • A #1 New York Times Bestseller

Listener Opinions

  • 3 out of 53 out of 53 out of 53 out of 53 out of 5 by Isaac Hobbs | 2/20/2014

    " Though this book goes into great length to display the hypocrisy and double-talk of President Obama and his failed policies, I never could quite get over the fact that the alternatives implied were not really any better in the long run for liberty. "

  • 3 out of 53 out of 53 out of 53 out of 53 out of 5 by Donalyn | 1/13/2014

    " This book reinforced my dislike and distrust of President Obama. "

  • 4 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 5 by Shannon | 1/9/2014

    " Very well documented - over 100 pages of source material alone. Well researched, detailed book. Highly recommend. "

  • 4 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 5 by Michelle | 1/3/2014

    " Limbaugh seems to play the part of trial lawyer prosecuting Obama for "crimes" against Americans & the Constitution and backs up his claims thoroughly. He defines narcissism and explains in detail why he (and others) believe Obama to be narcissistic. Disturbingly, Adolf Hitler has been psudo-diagnosed as clinically narcissistic by many psychologists & Limbaugh draws some parallels between the 2 men in this book. As a student (and former teacher of) history, I drew even more parallels between Obama & Hitler myself: both known to be mesmorizic speakers, both folded (or attempted to) private businesses/industries into govt control, both claimed gradiose plans for the future of their nations, both lied outright, both were not close to (both strongly desired to be) close to their fathers, both garnered huge almost worshipful crowds while really being ambivilant about the people, both lied outright to get what they wanted, both took advantage of national crisis to gain more power, both using thug-like & bullying tactics to intimidate people or groups of people in order to change govt laws to suit their own agenda or needs, both tried to change history for their own gains (particularly their own early life history), both seemed to carry the attitude that they - and only they - could carry their nation to greatness. I found his description of Obama's tunnel-vision-like pursuit of "ObamaCare" comparison to Capt Ahab's obsessive pursuit of the great white whale (Moby Dick) fascinating. As Limbaugh went on to explain the character, habits, and personality, of Obama I found myself drawing parallels of my own between him & Richard Nixon. As personality goes, Nixon was ill-suited for the Presidency. He was extremely academic & intelligent but was very reluctant to HONESTLY face the media. He believed he knew what was best for the country & he wanted Americans (including the media) to simply accept what he said/did - not question him. He therefore was possibly better suited as a university professor. Obama is more comfortable in front of the cameras than Nixon ever was, but like Nixon, is extremely academic/intelligent and also seems better suited as a college professor. Obama also is as thin-skinned as Nixon who never took critism well from collegues & media either. Obama also seems to want us all to simply take what he says/does & not question or dissent. Also tellingly, Nixon lied outright to Americans: "...I'm not a crook." Well, he WAS a crook! Many of Obama's claims have been outright lies as well! But disturbingly, most of the media seem to worship Obama & don't honestly report him - Nixon never had that, the media HATED him. But both have(had) the attitude of "if you're not with me, then you're against me & you are my enemy & must be destroyed" Nixon tried to use the FBI to spy against his political enemies. Hitler had his own little Stormtroopers to do his dirty work. Obama has used the media to ruin the reputations of opponents/dissenters. Nixon sent men to break into the headquarters of his political opponents. Obama has a history of sending certain minions to hack into email, homes, businesses, etc of opponents. Nixon tried to circumvent laws & the Constitution and over-step his authority (anyone remember that he once "over-rode" Congress' over-ride to his veto?). Obama has circumvented numerous laws & checks/balances of the Constitution with his "czars" & "executive orders." FDR tried to do that as well when he tried to "pack the courts" to circumvent Congress' opposition to his own radical socialist agenda in the 1930s. I found the 1st 1/2 of the book to be an almost play-by-play for the GOP offensive plan for the 2012 election. Over-all, I found this book to be a cautionary tale. People need to do their research. Read/watch the news from many sources, not just one. Read books, discuss events with family & friends. Nixon was stopped before he became too powerful & did enough damage as it was. FDR should have been prevented from running for a 3rd term as we are still feeling the damage from his time in office. Most of all to be remembered: Hitler did not become a powerful dictator over-night. He used the crisis of post-WWI Germany to his advantage & the people let him - little by little. They surrendered their freedoms a little at a time because he made things easier in the immediate future or in the here-and-now: he fed them, protected them, employed them, started programs for their children that seemed so innocent, so good to begin with . . . The brutality came when it was too late for the German people to do anything about it or to fight back. They were lulled into a sense of a false better future for them & their children. They so easily believed what Hitler told them & didn't question until it was too late. "

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