Review Sam Waterston - star of Law & Order"This book isn't just about you and your uncle. One of these days, you're going to run into someone who demands to know "What's the matter with Trump?" You're going to wish you had this book with you ... and a copy of the Constitution." John Goodman - Emmy Award winning actor"Finally, a brilliant and funny moral argument for, and snappy comebacks to, the voices in my head!Got you now...bastards!" Ed Asner - winner of 7 Emmy Awards and co-star of films like Up and Elf"This book points out how the right-wing spinmeisters are lying through their goddamn teeth. Truth and facts are not 'alternative facts'." John Densmore - drummer of The Doors and author of NY Times bestseller Riders on the Storm"During the 60's,families were split right down the middle of the dining room table over the Vietnam War. Today's climate feels the same. This little book is a much-needed hand across that table." Dan Castellaneta - Voice of Homer Simpson and TV writer"This book is an invaluable, and humorous how-to-guide to engage in political discourse with your crazy right-wing uncle, dotty uninformed aunt, balmy apathetic cousin, unhinged tea party sister, batty solipsistic nephew, nutty fascistic niece, pixilated non-voting offspring, goofy alt-right grandma, and distracted Whigparty granddad." Rev. Barry Lynn - former Executive Director of Americans United for Separation of Church and State"We liberals don't need to reduce ideas to bumper sticker slogans. But we must learn to speak with the factual clarity, moral focus, and good humor that Sam and Phil provide in this important volume."Roy Zimmerman - satirical songwriter:"Pete Seeger said, "It's a very important thing to learn to talk to people you disagree with."Samuel and Phil have done a very important thing with What to Say to Your Crazy Right-Wing Uncle, and they've done it with humor, heart and disarming levelheadedness." Thom Hartmann - nation's number one progressive radio talk show host"In What to Say, Sam and Phil provide both a template for talking back to your Crazy Uncle (who's not really crazy, just misinformed) and a narrative script, both as example and detail. It's a small but important step in reclaiming truth and sanity in the midst of asinine and often nakedly untruthful media landscape. Read this book, share it,memorize it, and, most important, use it." Product Description What to Say to Your Crazy Right-Wing Uncle is a fun, informative handbook for progressives to counter conservative talking points and disinformation. Full of funny and clever dialogue and political cartoons, this is a perfect gift for your political allies and the loved ones in your life who are driving you nuts. Foreword by Thom Hartmann. About the Author His credits include the movie Off Your Rocker, a comedy-drama about a revolution in an old folks' home starring Milton Berle, Red Buttons, Dorothy Malone and Lou Jacobi. He has written animation episodes for such shows as Duck Tales, Dennis the Menace, Batman: The Animated Series and Beast Wars. In addition to his film and TV credits, Sam is a produced playwright. He wrote the book and co-wrote the songs for the stage musical, Campaign, which had its world premiere in 2010 at the Met Theatre in Los Angeles. In 2010, Sam's comedy about marital infidelity, Two Times Two, had its world premiere in New Orleans. The film Window of Opportunity, which he wrote and directed, is based on his produced stage play of the same name. 2016 saw the world premiere of his play Moral Imperative about morality and murder in the world of academia. It also saw the workshop production of his new musical, Psychosexual: A Love Story. He is also the co-author, with Phil Proctor, of the play God Help Us, starring Ed Asner. He is also an Adjunct Professor of English.Phil shared three Grammy nominations with The Firesign Theatre and three daytime Emmys for voicing Howard DeVille on Rugrats, honored with a star o
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