Nationally-syndicated talk radio host Laura Ingraham takes on media elites, cultural decay, illegal immigration and more in New York Times best-selling book
Fort Worth, TX (WiredPRNews.com)—Nationally-syndicated radio talk show host and Fox News contributor Laura Ingraham tackles cultural decay, illegal immigration, terrorists, out-of-touch politicians and the elite, leftist media in her New York Times best seller, Power to the People.
Long known by her listeners as funny, intelligent and, when necessary, combative, Ingraham, talks candidly about her successful battle against breast cancer and the loss of her mother to the disease. In the book, Ingraham, a mass-attending Catholic, attacks the bigotry of atheists who demand that Judeo-Christian worship be banished from public view.
The conservative firebrand delivers a scathing critique of the entertainment industry’s increasing sexualization of young girls. Ingraham refers to this disturbing trend as the “pornification” of our culture. In addition, she targets the cable TV network Lifetime for airing movies about women who are often portrayed as victims.
Popular with men and women alike, Ingraham has been unafraid to attack Republicans for excessive spending and advocating open borders. In 2007, she, along with other talk radio hosts, attacked President Bush for his support of comprehensive immigration reform, which would have cost the United States billions of dollars, vastly increased the size of government and weakened the nation’s security.
Ingraham, 44, a former Supreme Court clerk for Justice Clarence Thomas, has the fifth-largest national radio audience and has been broadcasting her three-hour show from WTNT in Washington D.C. for over seven years. Her previous books are Shut Up and Sing and The Hillary Trap. She regularly guest hosts The O’Reilly Factor on Fox News.