Thomas Sowell Gives Freddoso’s Obama Book a Big Thumbs-Up

The venerable economist and political commentator Thomas Sowell hailed David Freddoso’s The Case Against Barack Obama (a New York Times bestseller) in a new column. Freddoso, Sowell writes

starts off in the introduction by repudiating those critics of Obama who “have been content merely to slander him– to claim falsely that he refuses to salute the U.S. flag or was sworn into office on a Koran, or that he was born in a foreign country.”

This is a serious book with 35 pages of documentation in the back to support the things said in the main text. In other words, if you don’t believe what the author says, he lets you know where you can go check it out. […]

Why much of the public and the media have been so mesmerized by the words and the image of Obama, and so little interested in learning about the factual reality, was perhaps best explained by an official of the Democratic Party: “People don’t come to Obama for what he’s done, they come because of what they hope he can be.”

David Freddoso’s book should be read by those people who want to know what the facts are. But neither this book nor anything else is likely to change the minds of Obama’s true believers, who have made up their minds and don’t want to be confused by the facts.

We interviewed Freddoso and he cited our Foundation Watch profile of Obama in his book.

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