By Kirsten Powers
"A searing and brave indictment of the turning out to be intolerance of the yankee left—written with ardour and eloquence by way of one of many nation's such a lot principled and fair-minded liberals. a huge booklet on a subject matter many are just too afraid to touch."
—Charles Krauthammer, Pulitzer Prize–winning syndicated columnist and writer of the number 1 big apple instances bestseller issues That Matter
"Kirsten Powers convincingly calls out her fellow liberals for being astonishingly intolerant. an exceptional read."
—Brit Hume, Fox information senior political analyst
"Kirsten Powers explodes and skewers 'The Silencing'—the demonizing and repression of alternative perspectives, particularly conservative perspectives. here's a liberal calling out different supposedly liberal those who declare to think in loose speech yet inform all who disagree with them to close up. Hallelujah—you are fortunate to have this e-book on your hands!"
—Juan Williams, Fox information political analyst and big apple occasions bestselling writer of Muzzled
"I salute my buddy Kirsten Powers for boldly and eloquently breaking the spiral of silence on silencing."
—Eric Metaxas, ny instances bestselling writer of Miracles and Bonhoeffer
"Tolerance and loose expression are founding values of our republic and but they are less than assault from the intense wings of the yank political spectrum. Shining a harsh mild at the 'illiberal left,' Kirsten Powers exposes a grim crusade to silence speech. this is often an immense book."
—Ron Fournier, senior political columnist and editorial director of nationwide Journal
"In this exam of the multiplying assaults on freedom of speech, Kirsten Powers casts a funky eye at the damages performed to politics, academia, and civic discourse via the competitive statement of a perverse new entitlement. it's the postulated correct to go through existence with out being disturbed, pissed off, angry, or discomposed by way of the expression of an individual else's thoughts."
—George F. Will, Pulitzer Prize–winning syndicated columnist and writer of the recent York instances bestseller a pleasant Little position at the North part