When You Ride Alone You Ride with Bin Laden by Bill Maher
What the Government Should Be Telling Us to Help Fight the War on Terrorism

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Political provocateur Bill Maher tells it like it is in a useful and hilarious guide for the many Americans who want to do more here at home to help the war effort, but are at a loss as to what. Thirty-three dynamic new posters and several classics from our government's archive accompanied by text from one of our leading pundits and cutting-edge comedians make this the perfect book for this time in our nation's history, the zeitgeist of post-9/11 America. This is the book that will help Americans make connections between what we do and how it can help (or hurt) our troops and us.
 

About Bill Maher

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BILL MAHER is one of the most politically astute humorists in America today. His unflinching honesty has garnered him 18 Emmy nominations— and the respect and admiration of millions of fans. His previous books include "Does Anybody Have a Problem with That?" and "When You Ride ALONE You Ride with bin Laden," which was a "New York Times" bestseller.
 
Published November 1, 2002 by Phoenix Audio. 144 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Humor & Entertainment, Law & Philosophy. Non-fiction

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Anybody who has seen Maher's canceled show Politically Incorrect knows that his driving animus is the long shadow cast by the Greatest Generation during WWII,

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Maher, host of the now-defunct TV debate show Politically Incorrect (which many believe was canceled in response to Maher's riff on the word "cowardly

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Taking his cue from World War II propaganda, the author reminds listeners of the ways in which politicians rallied Americans to support the military.

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