Shooting The Bull

Shooting The Bull In politics everyone lies Voters distrust everything they are told by politicians the media and even their neighbors Despite universal suspicion of news and opinion makers very few people understan

  • Title: Shooting The Bull
  • Author: Guy Smith
  • ISBN: 9780983240709
  • Page: 212
  • Format: Paperback
  • In politics, everyone lies Voters distrust everything they are told by politicians, the media and even their neighbors Despite universal suspicion of news and opinion makers, very few people understand how political lies are created and thus most folk are unable to dissect spin and discover truth Shooting the Bull details how all political falsehoods are created, why thIn politics, everyone lies Voters distrust everything they are told by politicians, the media and even their neighbors Despite universal suspicion of news and opinion makers, very few people understand how political lies are created and thus most folk are unable to dissect spin and discover truth Shooting the Bull details how all political falsehoods are created, why they work and how to detect them Nowhere on the political landscape are lies told than within the churning bowels of the gun control industry Fighting America s revolutionary reluctance to submit and the public s continuing fear of criminals not currently incarcerated in Congress, voters have resisted legislative agendas proposed by The Brady Campaign, Violence Policy Center and the Clinton administration For decades significant victories have eluded their ilk, leaving only one strategy with which to sway voters lying Shooting the Bull serves two purposes First, it catalogs the common canards of politicians and activists Readers will recognize how they have been psychologically scammed by special interests and deceived by elected sycophants They will also experience disquieting revelations as they discover forms of fibs they had previously encountered but not recognized By the end of the book, readers will be infinitely cynical about politicians and propagandists and be equipped to dissect future electoral effluvium The second purpose of Shooting the Bull is to document the deceits peddled by the gun control lobby Each chapter is devoted to at least one major initiative proffered by anti gun activists, exposing their falsities through dissection of their motives, methods and inconvenient facts The art and science of political pretense is illustrated through Senator Dianne Feinstein s assault weapon ban, the Million Mom March s campaign to register all guns and license all owners, Michael Moore s deluded documentaries.

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    About “Guy Smith

    • Guy Smith

      Guy Smith is a writer, songwriter, and political provocateur At times Smith has been a cowboy, surfer, computer guru, and a marketing strategist Smith contributes Op Ed pieces to major metropolitan newspapers San Francisco Chronicle, Oakland Tribune He has published over 150 magazine articles, and writes both fiction and non fiction books.

    837 thoughts on “Shooting The Bull

    • Shooting the Bull by Guy Smith is a no-nonsense book looking at the issue of gun control and how politicians can misuse facts in order to get their point across. I may not share the author's view on the subject, but I do see what his point is, and it is a valid one: propaganda works. Whether it is for or against guns, propaganda rules the airwaves. In making his point, the author does a good job finding the misinformation and matching it up with the statistics that were available to the person m [...]


    • A rollicking good review of gun control claims Mr. Smith's book is a breath of fresh air in the gun control debate. Unafraid to be cowed by authoritarian pronouncements from people in positions of power and influence, he makes his case plainly and dares to tell the truth.


    • So far it's entertaining light reading with some interesting facts introduced that I've never heard. So now I need to check these interesting facts to see if the other side is blowing smoke up my a$$. Is this healthy skepticism? Or paranoia? To quote President Reagan, "Trust but verify"



    • Recieved as a giveaway - just not my cup of tea. I thought to branch out - and I didn't enjoy it.Others might - those who like this type of genre and topic.




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