Constitutional expert, leading conservative radio talk show host, and author whose books are instant best-sellers, Mark Levin, went against his publishers wishes and announced the name of his new, yet to be released book during his broadcast on Tuesday.
Levin, author of blockbusters Ameritopia, Liberty and Tyranny and The Liberty Amendments, the latter which spearheaded the Convention of the States movement (COS), has very vaguely mentioned his upcoming book to his vast radio audience, but on Tuesday he couldn’t help himself by announcing more.
[banner300 banner=”5517620b381df”][vc_column_text]Saying that he will probably get in trouble with his publisher for letting the cat out of the bag, Levin revealed the name of his next book, even though he said stating the tag line to the title would give away too much of the book scheduled to be released August 4.
“I’m going to do something I’m not supposed to do — something that is going to infuriate my publisher, but I’m going to do it anyway,” Levin said, while informing that the book isn’t even available on Amazon yet.
“The title of my new book, which will come out August 4th — I’m not going to give you the subtitle because that gives too much away…but the title — I don’t even know if I should have started this, but I’m gonna say it, is Plunder and Deceit, and I would consider this book up there with Liberty and Tyranny.”
Levin didn’t reveal any additional details about his book, not wanting to completely eliminate the surprise factor, but did say that it takes him a good year to complete a book, something he writes himself without the use of ghost writers, like some authors do.
I’m glad to see Levin is resurrecting the word, “plunder,” which should be used much more often in today’s society.
Famous free market economist Frederic Bastiat wrote in 1848, in his classic “The Law,” about plunder:
“When plunder becomes a way of life for a group of men in a society, over the course of time they create for themselves a legal system that authorizes it and a moral code that glorifies it.”
The almost sound like our current IRS tax code, which both parties have inflicted on the American people, not that this is what Levin’s book is about.
If his other books are any indication, Plunder and Deceit should be a must read.