Are you sick and tired of watching your city, state and country spiral out of control and into the hands of liberals, whether Democrats or “Republicans in Name Only?” If so, you will be inspired to make a difference as you read the passionate battle cry of Scottie Nell Hughes.
In the past, conservative women worked hard to nurture their homes, their churches and their communities, committing their time, talents and resources to the betterment of all concerned. Wherever there was a need, they worked together to meet it…and that was enough. Not anymore.
Thanks to the ongoing efforts of the progressive media and the liberal political leadership, today’s American political and social language has completely changed. Our God-given, constitutionally-protected rights are being threatened on multiple fronts. Our children are being taught ideas we would never want them exposed to. It’s time to take a stand. It’s time to ROAR!
- Women and Politics
Roar by Scottie Nell Hughes is an interesting book about women in politics, politics in general and the effects of inconsistent tolerance against Christians and their beliefs. She covers a lot of the hot topics in the political arena and about how the other side of politics is outwardly tolerant but only when you believe the same things as them.
I am not the intended target of this book and hence my review should be taken in light of this but I didn't really enjoy this book much at all. A lot of the points she made were valid and I do agree of the inconsistent use of tolerance in our society but the American politics side to the book has no relevance in my country, therefore it was of no interest to me.
Also I hated the section on gun laws, coming from a country with strict gun laws and extremely low gun related deaths, I will never understand America's love of guns but if they want them, let them have them.
The narration was quite good as the author read the book and could add the tone and emphasis that she wanted to the text.
Although I didn't enjoy this book, if a woman in America who was interested in politics read it they would probably love it and agree with its contents.
This audio book was gifted as a part of the christianaudio Reviewers Program in exchange for my unbiased review of this work. More information can be found about this and other Christian audio books at christianaudio.com.
- It was short, to the point, and left me looking for the her next book!
In today's politically correct world, tolerance is the ultimate virtue. That is unless you are a conservative woman. In this book, Scottie Nell Hughes gives us a perspective of what it is like to be both a wife and political personality.
She shows us how the left are for women, but not all women. They only cater to those who think like themselves and demonize the rest. She shows how the left is very loving and tolerant to those who agree with them, but very hateful and intolerant to those who don't.
This book is a very easy listen and in some places will make you mad (not at her, but at those who consider themselves the thought police to the rest of us).
Scottie Nell Hughes being both author and narrator, reads with an emphasis on her original meaning. I believe this added another dimension to the book. The quality of the recording is top notch.
I enjoyed this audiobook. It was short, to the point, and left me looking for the her next book.
I give it 5 out of 5 stars.
I enjoyed this book courtesy of the Christian Audio review program at http://christianaudio.com and received the audio book, free of charge, from ChristianAudio.com in exchange for an honest review.
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