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Superb. Historical account that is well written and a very interesting read. If you are a moderate, rational person, nothing more needs to be said except that this is an enlightening read.
If you're an atheist...this is a historical account, free of religious influence, based on researched historical events about one of the most significant people in history. Drop your defensive anti-religious guard, and read this book. Trust me, it's worth your time.
If you're religious...this is NOT supposed to be a divine rendition of the story of Jesus; that's what the Bible gives us. The book is a very well researched HISTORICAL account of the events surrounding the story of Jesus. I predict this book will do more to enlighten people to Jesus than all the fanatical Anti-O'Reilly religious rantings combined. Three cheers to O'Reilly.
For the religious freaks ranting against O'Reilly, I recommend you look up the word "Grace"...
This book exceeded my expectations spectacularly. It wasn't a rehash of a bunch of "Agitator" blog posts- it gave a concise history of policing, where policing has gone wrong in the past, and it spelled out the missteps of politicians making policy based on emotions and anecdotes. The 3rd amendment history lesson is fantastic.
Radley does a great job attacking the system and reiterating that it's not really a "bad cop" thing. He takes an unflinching look at what's going on now and how we've arrived here, without digging up the ghosts of Anslinger and other long-dead drug war propagandists.
He offers some well-thought out solutions to address the problems pointed out.
When I finished the book, I wanted to address policy issues and try to help fix the "system" vs go out and beat some abusive cops. I think that's a huge win.
I recently received my Kindle after searching the internet for pro's and con's concerning digital reading devices. I chose the Kindle and have no regrets. It worked flawlessly out of the box. It is not a difficult device to set up and master--I had a book downloaded easily within minutes of opening the packaging. The range of material accessible to the Kindle is vast and will grow no doubt in the future. I purchased the leather cover as well to protect the Kindle from bumps or bangs from the envoirnment. Both are well thought out, well manufactured, and I am very pleased with the concept, function, and delivery of this device.
I own two of these. The first one, I immediately reformatted and started using "Windows Backup" to schedule my backups. This worked. The second one, I decided to use the "Seagate Dashboard" software that came with the drive. If all you need is a simple backup, this is the way to go. Changing the backup frequency is tricky though. You pretty much need to completely delete the old schedule and create a new one to get it to work right. Maybe a later version of the software will fix that. At the time I bought this, I compared the cost per GB of the several available capacities and the 3TB was the lowest. As 4TB drives become more common, I expect that to change.