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How the Granola-Crunching, Tree-Hugging, Thug Huggers are Wrecking Our Country [Hardcover]

Lowell Green
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Nov. 3 2006
If this book doesn't get your blood boiling you may need a transfusion!

Tough-minded, humorous, well-researched and proudly politically incorrect, this book will drive Canada's leftists absolutely crazy!

In the unique style that has endeared him to one of Canada's largest and most loyal radio audiences, best-selling author Lowell Green launches an all-out exposé on those Canadians he says are wrecking our country. He tackles issues ranging from our dangerous refugee, immigration and multicultural policies to the soft-on-crime-gang with their needle and crack-pipe handouts, the Kyoto Accord, Canada's homeless "industry," and much more.

Warning: This book is not for the faint of heart; some of the revelations here are shocking. This is a wake-up call for Canadians, by the country's most experienced radio broadcaster, a man with his finger on the pulse of the country he loves. Buckle up!

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"Lowell Green's passion is what makes him so good at what he does. When he takes on a cause, he is passionate about it." -- -- Steve Madely, radio host and commentator

About the Author

This man is a "giant of talk radio," Prime Minister Stephen Harper told some 850 people gathered at Ottawa's Civic Centre in April 2006 for a "roast" marking Lowell Green's 50th year in broadcasting. "I am sure I speak for all your listeners in thanking you for your huge contributions to democratic debate in this great country," said the Prime Minister. Few would disagree.

For the past 50 years, no Canadian has followed as closely or debated as vigorously the issues that define our country and the world. Lowell is the recipient of both the Radio and Television News Directors Association's Lifetime Achievement Award for Outstanding Broadcast Journalism, and the Canadian Association of Broadcasters' coveted Gold Ribbon Award for Outstanding Community Service by an individual broadcaster. The recipient of countless other awards and honours, including the Queen's Golden Jubilee Medal for his work on behalf of veterans, Lowell Green's broadcast views have delighted and infuriated but, most of all, enlightened generations of Canadians. So will this book!

"Lowell Green is a good soldier, fighting the good fight," said General Rick Hillier, Chief of the Defense Staff during a surprise "on air" special presentation in April 2006, during which the veteran broadcaster was thanked by General Hillier for his indefatigable support of Canada's troops, especially our men and women fighting abroad. Over the years, Lowell has fought countless battles for "the little guy" and against what he sees as the country's gradual slide into socialism and the abandonment of personal responsibility.

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22 of 31 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Informative as well as Entertaining Dec 14 2006
By Johnny
This is definitely the best book I have read this year. I was surprised at the level of detail and research that Mr. Green uses in his analysis of the issues. A condiderable amount of time is spent analysing the enigma of global warming. definitely worth a read!
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3 of 5 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Ignorance in Book Form July 6 2012
By Jeff K.
There is no reason to read this book. Unless you are a historian, 100 years from now, who is interested in the kind of ignorant, backwards thinking that pervaded so many people in our time. It shouldn't be surprising, of course. Mr. Green has built a career on yelling into a microphone about how great the good old days were, and how today's kids just ain't right. Tune in every weekday for the angry old man with an inexplicably big megaphone.

Green is Ottawa's resident radio lunatic. Pay him no mind. More importantly, pay him no money. He most certainly does not need more attention from publishing drivel like this.
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9 of 15 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Straight Talker July 20 2010
Lowell, as usual, is able to peel back the layers and layers of leftard lies and hypocrisy to find the ugly truth below.

He was politically incorrect before it was popular. If you've enjoyed reading his other books or listening to him on the radio, this book will not disappoint.
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6 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars No agenda here March 4 2011
If you want to know why Canada will have the same problems in twenty years that Britain does now, read this book. Wake up Canadians.

I would like to add a note to reviewer SMJ. I am disgusted that you read this book for free while taking up space in a coffee shop, I am not surprised that you were dumb enough to admit it, and I am quite aware of your agenda thanks to your praise of Al Gore, whose book is full of lies and hypocrisy. Real lovers of books who have moral values do not read books for free. The book store is not a library and the author should be paid for his work.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Even Worse than the Pork Chops Dec 13 2006
By smj
ok I read the book, I didn't buy it, I read it at Chapters while having a cup of coffee. It's not worth buying, it's a nothing book, full of nonsense from someone who has no profound knowledge or education on the environment, and picked up things here and there on the internet. We could all do the same except Green does it with an agenda, to keep the conservatives in, and to promote his hatred of multiculturism in canada.

Pick up Al Gore's book on the environment. It's actually a good investment, intense in research, profound in its analysis of our world, and rich in contributions from reputable and knowledgeable scientists who have expertise in a field Lowell Green knows nothing about.
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