Ship of Fools - Tucker Carlson

Ship of Fools

By Tucker Carlson

  • Release Date: 2018-10-02
  • Genre: Politics & Current Events
Score: 4.5
From 357 Ratings


The host of Fox News Channel’s Tucker Carlson Tonight offers a blistering critique of the new American ruling class, the elites of both parties, who have taken over the ship of state, leaving the rest of us, the citizen-passengers, to wonder: How do we put the country back on course?

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  • Ship of Fools

    By Nicholas Schindler
    A great book by Tucker Carlson! He is someone who always speaks his mind on Fox and he does so here too. He truly cares about the working men and women in this country and he exposed the ruling class in this book for the big government neocons that they truly are! I highly recommend this book to anyone who is worried about the middle class not getting a say in today’s world anymore. A Must Read.
  • Educational

    By Ginger133388
    I enjoy the detail you use in explaining the background studies that the left fail to fully explain to exploit there opinions. Good read and very well thought out
  • Amazing!

    By EvDog2
    So accurate and true
  • Ship of Fools

    By Crackengirl
    Very enlightening! Honestly written and makes you think about what in the world is going to happen to America and the American people in the future of this country if things do not change!
  • A ship of Fools

    By Kika F
    A MUST read! Tucker shows the hypocrisy that exists within the Democratic Party and how the media forces this “idiotology” down our throats.
  • Weak

    By G u i s e
  • Strange

    By Cynmiluska
    How can people leave reviews for a book they haven’t read yet?! Makes no sense, just because you admire/like someone doesn’t mean the book is going to be good. What has this world come to?!
  • Great book

    By Mattpalmq
    Tucker Carlson is an amazing author! I'd love to meet him one day. He seems like my type of guy.
  • Drags quite a bit

    By Charms434
    I try to keep myself a strict independent, that said there are 2 points that really drag this book down. One Carlson aims to be witty or perhaps funny. And it’s just not his strong suit. Second. It’s meant to be an opinion piece. But he relies so heavily on straw men arguments and 1/2 truths, it takes the pleasure out of it.
  • Hard to put down!

    By Jgdrockr
    Extremely well thought out and written. Full of truth and common sense.