The American Specator: The Right Frequency ‘Is The Book That Explains the History of Talk Radio’

The American Spectator, one of the nation’s most prestigious conservative political magazines, recently included The Right Frequency: The Story of the Talk Radio Giants Who Shook Up the Political and Media Establishment among the books conservatives should read to understand the election and understand conservatism.

“So your burst of sanity from the media world comes from listening to Rush or Sean or Mark or Laura or Glenn or a whole host of others?” The American Spectator’s Jeffrey Lord writes.  This is the book that explains the history of talk radio (it goes back further than you think) and explains how it got to be the lifeline to so many millions of Americans. If you’re interested in the personalities, the history and the impact of talk radio, Fred Lucas has the story.”

The Right Frequency, released this fall, was included on a reading list among some of the important books, written by some of the most important books by some of the most conservative authors such as Mark Levin and David Limbaugh.

Lord writes, “here’s a list of books relevant to understanding the conservative side of this election. From understanding why there are 23 million unemployed to realizing why U.S. Ambassador to Libya Chris Stevens was murdered yesterday, there is something here that helps explain the conservative case — and why the left always gets the same terrible results.”

Click here to order The Right Frequency.

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