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Bozell: New Book Envisions ‘Better World’ Than ‘Insanity’ of Liberalism

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Appearing on Newsmax’s Greg Kelly Reports Monday night, Media Research Center President Brent Bozell discussed his new book, Stops Along The Way, and promised readers an “aspirational” collection of life stories that envision a “better world” than the “insanity” of liberalism.

“There is Brent Bozell, he is the President and founder of the Media Research Center, and he is also the author of the new book, Stops Along The Way: A Catholic Soul, A Conservative Heart, An Irish Temper, And A Love of Life,” host Greg Kelly introduced at the top of the segment. He then cited this “gem” form the book: “If a conservative is a liberal who’s been mugged, then a right-wing nut job is a liberal who just survived a communist machete attack.”

Bozell outlined the purpose of writing the newly released book:

Well, it’s a collection of stories, they’re all true stories. They’re designed to defeat the cliche that if it’s too good to be true, it must not be true. In fact, they’re all true stories, but they’re aspirational stories. They’re stories about, I think, an interesting life, they’re stories about adventures, but they’re stories that aim at a bigger picture. Where – where we project the idea of a world that could be, and there’s no reason it couldn’t be a world of this nature, a world that is much, much better than it is today, much safer than it is today, much – with a better view of family, a better view of community, a better view of the future.

Kelly read another line: “It is that unflinching knowledge of both sides of any issue that makes a conservative out of a liberal. And it is the reason why conservatives always outscore liberals on political knowledge tests.” He remarked: “Number one, I did not know that about the political knowledge.”

Bozell explained: “When you talk about two ideas that are in conflict with another, you have to recognize at all times that the left’s ideas have been implemented throughout history, and every single time they’ve been wrong. And every single time, no exception throughout history…” He then warned viewers: “Therefore, for this country – and let’s face it, that’s where we’re headed – for this country to head in that direction is, in a real sense, insanity.”

Offering hope to readers, Bozell declared: “And again, this book talks about a better world. And when the reader read it, you’re going to read stories that you were never ever aware could actually happen in the world today. And it’s going to give you an idea of a future that is truly aspirational.”

Here is a full transcript of the December 13 segment:

7:51 PM ET

GREG KELLY: There is Brent Bozell, he is the President and founder of the Media Research Center, and he is also the author of the new book, Stops Along The Way: A Catholic Soul, A Conservative Heart, An Irish Temper, And A Love of Life. Here’s a little gem from inside the book, if you don’t mind, Brent. “If a conservative is a liberal who’s been mugged, then a right-wing nut job is a liberal who just survived a communist machete attack.” I like it.

Brent Bozell, welcome. Listen, we’re going to talk about Chris Wallace, but I’d like to talk about the book first, because we ran out of time last time. Congratulations. Why this book? Why now?

BRENT BOZELL: Well, it’s a collection of stories, they’re all true stories. They’re designed to defeat the cliche that if it’s too good to be true, it must not be true. In fact, they’re all true stories, but they’re aspirational stories. They’re stories about, I think, an interesting life, they’re stories about adventures, but they’re stories that aim at a bigger picture. Where – where we project the idea of a world that could be, and there’s no reason it couldn’t be a world of this nature, a world that is much, much better than it is today, much safer than it is today, much – with a better view of family, a better view of community, a better view of the future.

It’s aspirational, with true stories. Some of the stories will be stories unlike anything you’ve ever read before. I promised some of the stories, like the one with the quote you just showed, are going to be more recent stories. But they’re true stories that I think are going to boggle your senses.

KELLY: Alright. Hey, you made an observation about conservatives. They used to be liberals, and you have some data here to back it up, but I want to run that quote, if you don’t mind. Let’s put it up. It is – you should be reading this, by the way, not me – they’re your words, but I’m going to – I’m going to take a crack at it. “It is that unflinching knowledge of both sides of any issue that makes a conservative out of a liberal. And it is the reason why conservatives always outscore liberals on political knowledge tests. Many of us started on the left.” Number one, I did not know that about the political knowledge.

BOZELL: Well, look, this was Jack Cashel, who wrote the foreword of the book, but Jack is a friend and Jack comes from the worldview that has seen the outcome of liberalism. You know, here’s the interesting thing, Greg. When you talk about two ideas that are in conflict with another, you have to recognize at all times that the left’s ideas have been implemented throughout history, and every single time they’ve been wrong. And every single time, no exception throughout history, throughout history, they’ve been proven to be wrong. Therefore, for this country – and let’s face it, that’s where we’re headed – for this country to head in that direction is, in a real sense, insanity.

And again, this book talks about a better world. And when the reader read it, you’re going to read stories that you were never ever aware could actually happen in the world today. And it’s going to give you an idea of a future that is truly aspirational.

KELLY: Brent, I’m sold. I’m downloading it right now. The book is Stops Along The Way: A Catholic Soul, A Conservative Heart, An Irish Temper, And A Love of Life. Folks, I think we should all buy this. Brent, to be continued.

BOZELL: Thank you.

KELLY: You bet.

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