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Wallbuilders – ‘‘Historian’ David Barton’s book on Thomas Jefferson pulled from stores’

I recently had an exchange from another ‘Conservstive’ blogger over my post on Paul Ryan on the Constitution.
In the last exchange she suggested that if I wanted to know the real truth of America’s history, I should go to Wallbuilers.

After I stopped laughing…

‘David Barton, an evangelical activist and writer often cited as a “historian” by conservative political figures like former House Speaker Newt Gingrich (R-GA) and former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, stirred up such a firestorm of controversy with his latest book “The Jefferson Lies” that his publisher now claims to have “lost confidence” in the text, opting Thursday evening to pull it from stores’.

‘The announcement by Christian mega-publisher Thomas Nelson comes after readers of The History News Network at George Mason University elected Barton’s latest work as “the least credible history book in print.” It was also challenged by an assemblage of “10 conservative Christian professors” in the recently released book, “Getting Jefferson Right,” which accuses Barton of grossly misrepresenting the nation’s third president’.
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3 thoughts on “Wallbuilders – ‘‘Historian’ David Barton’s book on Thomas Jefferson pulled from stores’

  1. crazycrawfish on said:

    I’m frankly surprised he wasn’t on the “shortlist” for Mitt’s VP. Sounds like he was the most qualified candidate by R standards. 🙂

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