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Are you ready for the Savage truth? - 11 November, 2002 - News

Hot radio talk-show host writes hard-hitting manifesto

The Savage Nation," radio talk-show host Michael Savage's long-awaited manifesto, is on the presses and set for shipping exclusive to WorldNetDaily customers the first week of December – in time for Christmas delivery – for those who pre-order the book now, announces Joseph Farah, co-founder of WND Books.

Not familiar with Michael Savage? Here's a sample of his machine-gun style prose: "The al-Qaida network is not America's most dangerous enemy. To fight only the al-Qaida enemy is to miss the terrorist network operating within our own borders. Who are these traitors? Every rotten, radical left-winger in this country, that's who."

And that's Savage just warming up in this hard-hitting, pull-no-punches book about American politics and culture. Savage's fiercely independent thinking made him a star of talk radio. His syndicated daily program is heard on more than 300 stations, including WABC in New York, KLIF in Dallas and KSFO in San Francisco, making his program the fourth most-listened-to show in the country.

"The Savage Nation" is available signed and personalized exclusively at the WorldNetDaily online store, ShopNetDaily. Offering autographed books is one of the specialties of WorldNetDaily's e-commerce activities.

Reaching between 3 to 5 million listeners every week, Savage uses bold, biting and hilarious straight talk to take aim at the sacred cows of our ever-eroding culture and wages war against the "group of psychopaths" known as PETA, the ACLU and the liberal media.

That's what he is against. But what is he for? Uphold our patriotism, strong families and traditional American values.

"If you're tired of being attacked in school whenever you celebrate the achievements of America; if you're weary of being trampled on whenever you speak in favor of morality; if, as a Boy Scout, you've become a pariah while the perverts have become the victims, you've come to the right place," writes Savage.

Savage is the son of immigrants, whose love for America and trenchant insights have made him a giant in talk radio. In this book, written in his muscular, electrifying style, Savage warns that our country is losing its identity, becoming a victim of political correctness, unmonitored immigration and socialistic ideals: "When it comes to our culture, we're being told by liberals to let the illegal invaders as well as the legal newcomers redefine and reshape our culture into their image."

"If the price of liberty is eternal vigilance," declares Savage, "then only a more savage nation will enjoy these liberties."

Savage has worked in factories, as a waiter, teacher, New York social worker, medicinal plant explorer and scientist, earning master's degrees in medical botany and medical anthropology and a Ph.D. in epidemiology and nutrition science from the University of California, Berkeley. He is the founder and director of the Paul Revere Society, which supports the nation's responsibility to defend and protect its "Borders, Language and Culture" – a recurrent theme in "The Savage Nation."

"The Savage Nation" is the second release for WND Books, a partnership of WorldNetDaily and Thomas Nelson Publishers. The book will be available for shipping Dec. 6. Advance orders before then guarantee delivery for Christmas. Orders placed after Dec. 10 cannot be guaranteed for Christmas delivery. Purchases of this book entitle customers to a free, three-month, no-risk trial subscription to Whistleblower magazine, WorldNetDaily's offline investigative monthly companion publication.


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