Interesting Facets of Politics

Author Interview
Oscar Phillips Author Interview

The Ranting of an Uneducated Reactionary provides a thought-provoking analysis of a variety of topical and philosophical issues facing citizens today. Why was this an important book for you to write?

That it’s the personality and demeanor of a politician and not his or her actual policies that makes life better for Americans.

What is a common misconception you feel people have about U.S. politics today?

That today’s liberalism is just quasi-socialism and that the term “right-wing” means LESS government command and control of the people — NOT more.

What were some key ideas that were important for you to share in your book?

That I presented the reader with intelligent and interesting facets of politics and ideology that no other writer has ever done.

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The Ranting of an Uneducated Reactionary presents us with a thought-provoking analysis on sundry topical and philosophical issues virtually guaranteed to rouse readers of any political stripe. This cerebrally stimulating collection of essays and utterly fascinating random thoughts will interest those with only a junior high school education to those with a PhD from Harvard University. But be forewarned, the conservatism of this book is more than just contentious; it’s outright iconoclastic and even subversive. And although the writings of Mr. Phillips are an absolute joy to read, it’s entirely possible that they could wreak psychological havoc on the intellectually dishonest. “Hyperbole?” say you. Maybe it is…but then again, maybe it isn’t.

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