Yes, the whole point of the title is humorous. There is no "right wing conspiracy," though sometimes I admit it'd be nice if there was more "conspiracy" between people on the right (since the left has developed conspiracy to an artform... just look at the fact that one of the 9/11 commissioners is, in fact, one of the people who THROUGH DIRECT ACTION restricted the ability of our intelligence agencies to do their jobs... and now she's supposely trying to "find the truth???")
The book was a fun read, with short words so even the most extreme leftist could actually comprehend it. Are all the fact 100% accurate? Not sure... though the only argument I've heard so far involved numbers of invertebrates versus vertibrates on the endangered species list. Wooo-hoo. In any case, the arguments are given mainly as a general guideline to how to argue with a liberal, not specifically as a script (unlike the typical "seminar caller" to conservative radio programs, who read from a prepared script as often as not).
The most entertaining part of the whole thing, though, is reading the reviews from those on the left, both here and elsewhere. Man, you know you've hit a nerve when the opposition is reduced to name-calling. Then again, it does seem that name-calling is the most substantiative element of liberal argumentation these days... c'mon, Mikey Moore calling ANYONE "stupid?" Anyone know the one about the pot and the kettle???
This book is not an exhaustive scholarly work, nor is it intended to be. It's a fun read for those of us who understand the reality of the world, and can see the humor in the fact that people who conspire against their own country (not all liberals, just the "elite" ones... you know, the leadership... who tell the "rank-and-file" what they're allowed to think and what they're not allowed to think) go around accusing other people of running conspiracies...