by Tucker Carlson

The Fox News anchor argues that America’s ruling class is out of touch with everyday citizens.

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  • @TuckerCarlson I know you're busy. & I'm so sorry for the crap your family & you have been going through. But I jus…
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    • Ship of Fools was delivered yesterday. I just completed it. Hard to put down. Incredible job. As always Tucker Carlson is compelling and clear in his explanations and justifications. You want this book. You need this book. You will thoroughly enjoy this book.
    • Tucker Carlson does a good job, in this book, of laying out the mistakes being made by the Political Establishment in America. He takes both flavors of the Establishment to task. Both the smug, leftist Democrats and the soft Republican RINO's. I thought that I was educated on the problems being caused by this 'Ship of Fools' but Mr. Carlson informed me that things were even worse than I feared.Where the book is weak is in the area of offered solutions. This is why I only gave it 4 stars. Mr. Carlson assumes that the Establishment set is purely driven by greed and a selfish desire for more and more power. So, his 'Solution' is to just tongue-lash them for being so greedy and selfish. He seems to assume that such shaming will force them to reform from within. This is delusional.The Establishment is driven not only by greed and a lust for power. Many of them truly believe in a Marxist-Socialist ideology. They have taken over the education system, the legacy media, Hollywood and many big internet companies. This makes their ideology self-perpetuating. They cannot and will not reform on their own. Mr. Carlson is walking up the gangplank and joining the 'Ship of Fools' if he believes that 'self-reform' is a solution.No, there are only two solutions. One is the election of 'disruptors', like President Trump, who will gradually reform both the Government and the Education System so as to replace Marxist-Socialism with a return to the core American principles of a Representative Republic. The other, I am sad to say, is forcible suppression of the Establishment Class by the American People. The smug elites may imagine that the police and military will support them. However, they won't do it against their own people. Especially for a ruling class that does nothing but belittle both the police and the military at every opportunity.I truly don't want to see this second approach implemented. America already has enough blood-stained pages in her history. Nevertheless, if the Establishment and the Marxist-Socialist Education system is not reined in, it will end up with many of the Establishment Class hanging from lampposts or facing firing squads. I truly hope it does not come to that.
    • As an independent, I was looking forward to reading a non-partisan critique of the American political system and the current group of grifters in Congress and the Senate. Unfortunately, aside from a few barbs against George Bush and Paul Ryan, this is just a unsubstantiated critique against liberals and left leaning ideology. The author completely lost the plot at the end of the book when he critiques science and extols the virtue of corporate polluters. The author is a typical Fox News pundit who is serving the Koch brothers and is seeking a kleptocratic society run by corporations at the expense of the middle class.
    • Very interesting read. I was getting very depressed about our country and the course it has taken. This book explains everything!!! I’m a woman in my late 50s and before Trump came along, I remember the days where America was great. So thankful and blessed to read this wonderful book! Love Tucker Carlson and his humor! The votes for Trump show how many of us love him. But we’re afraid to show it. I’m afraid I’ll get stabbed, shot, or beaten if I wear a trump hat. Pretty sad. The left has so many angry people.
    • I finally gave up on highlighting passages when I realized I really wanted to highlight nearly every paragraph in the book. This is the second best book I’ve read this year, after A Confederacy of Dunces.