|In Breakout: Pioneers of the Future, Prison Guards of the Past, and the Epic Battle That Will Decide America’s Future, Newt Gingrich and Ross Worthington write about current and future “breakouts,” which are “bigger and more powerful than breakthroughs” (6) in
In addition, they discuss breakouts from poverty and disabilities.
Unfortunately, Gingrich recommends only revamping NASA and NIH rather than eliminating them entirely, which is what should be done since space exploration and medical research are not within the federal governments limited responsibilities. (See the Constitution.)
This type of research and writing are clearly Newt’s niche and what he should be doing rather than running for president claiming to be a conservative.
I recommend the book to anyone interested in the future.
I found the following videos about Breakout:
In Why John Roberts Was Wrong About Healthcare: A Conservative Critique of The Supreme Court’s Obamacare Ruling, Senator Mike Lee clearly and concisely explains why Justice Roberts was wrong in the majority Supreme Court decision about Obamacare.
The book is only available electronically, and it’s the first one I’ve read on my new Kindle. However, you don’t have to buy a Kindle to read the book because Amazon has Free Kindle Reading Apps for most devices.
My only complaint about the book is that citations are not all separated from accompanying text either in footnotes or, at least, parentheses.
I believe it was Sean Hannity I heard call The Great Destroyer: Barack Obama’s War on the Republic (Washington, DC: Regnery Publishing, 2012) by David Limbaugh an encyclopedia. That is a good description. The book should be considered a reference work and kept on a handy shelf rather than read from beginning to end.
It includes a lot of good information but too much and too much detail for the casual reader to remember.
Limbaugh covers Obama’s war on