I'll start off with the disclaimer that J.D. is politically conservative (if you haven't picked that up from his book title) and has some political opinions that you may not agree or believe in-and that is perfectly okay. J.D. offers some opinions that may be considered controversial or even offensive to some people. All that can be asked is that you listen with an open mind and form your own opinions. Some of the things covered: The difference between liberalism now and in the past, why liberalism is considered a "mental disorder" to him, characteristics of extreme political views, hatred in politics (especially liberals), the difference between 'Conservatives' and 'Republicans', the background of the current liberal movement and much more.