How to write a book that makes sense for conservatives
The author of the controversial book “The Roots of Obama’s Rage” was recently named an adjunct professor at New York University’s School of the Arts.
The book’s title comes from a speech made by Barack Obama during the 2008 Democratic National Convention in which he attacked George W. Bush for not doing enough to fight global warming.
The book argues that the U.S. is not a leader in combating climate change because it has failed to confront the root causes of the problem, such as income inequality and a lack of economic opportunity.
“What if it was the other way around?
What if we weren’t focused on what the government did and focused on creating a more equitable society?”
“The fact that the top 1 percent own almost as much wealth as the bottom 99 percent makes this election all the more crucial.”
“What happens if you take away that opportunity?” he continued.
“And the result is a more unequal society, because the rich and powerful are more likely to spend their money where they have the most influence.”
The book argues a major role for the state and federal government is to combat inequality, and that government policies should target individuals, not the economy as a whole.
“We’re not going to change society by simply taxing the rich more,” Obama said in 2008.
“We’re going to have to change the economy by taxing the 1 percent less and the corporations less and also by helping the middle class grow and prosper.”
As a result of the economic crisis, millions of Americans have taken out loans to purchase expensive homes and cars.
In some cases, the loans are so high that they are worth more than their homes or cars.
According to the book, the problem with these policies is that the wealth gap between rich and poor has grown to unprecedented levels, with the wealthy owning more wealth than the rest of society.
In “The Race to the Bottom,” Obama contends that the reason this happened was because the U