Genre- Political Science/ General
No He Can’t: How Barack Obama is Dismantling Hope and Change by Kevin McCullough
Published by- Thomas Nelson
Number of pages- 219
Age Group- Adult/College Age
Description of Book- hardback, list price $19.99, ISBN 978-1-5955-5338-6
Written in four parts, “Economics,” “National Insecurity,” “Erosion of Rights,” and “Accountability to Caesar,” Kevin McCullough describes what and how President Obama has done since he became the 44th president of the United States of America.
Some of the chapter titles include:
- Chapter four: “Opposing Business and Workers”
- Chapter eight: “Advancing the Non-American Agenda”
- Chapter fourteen: “Re-creating the Definition of Person”
- Chapter twenty: “Frozen Paralysis Kills Americans”
All is not gloom and doom though, Kevin McCullough does state what President Obama can do to change his presidency for the better.
About the Author- Kevin McCullough has written many different columns in publications such as, Chicago Tribune, New York Post, and Christianity Today. This is his third book. He is also the host of “The Kevin McCullough Show” and “Baldwin/McCullough Radio.”
My Thoughts- Well for starters, let me say, WOW. There certainly is a lot more to President Obama than I thought there was. I knew about the economic bailouts and the healthcare package, but this book has shown me there is so much more to President Obama’s morals and loyalties. Chapter fourteen: “Re-creating the Definition of Person” was horrific as a parent, Christian and person to read. I cannot believe that U.S. citizens are paying for foreign abortions or President Obama’s view on how doctors should care for their patients. President Obama also doesn’t respect the U.S. by alienating our allies and becoming soft with radical Islam.
Would I recommend? Yes. I think every person of voting age should read this book, because voters need to become aware of what President Obama is doing on behalf of our country and watching the nightly news will not give you that.
Disclosure of Material Connection: I received No He Can’t by Kevin McCullough for free from the publisher through the BookSneeze book review bloggers program. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255.