I recently started reading this book by Michael Savage; it was pretty depressing. Not that much of it was new information, but to have so much of Obama's [as well as some previous presidential administrations] laid bare, the outright hypocrisy, the ridiculous amounts money being wasted [while we are told we've got to 'buckle down'] by trivial and personal items [not only by Obama but the rest of the administration, Congress, etc. etc.], and on and on and on... well, like I said, depressing. This book was published in 2010, so the time has come and gone to prevent Obama from being re-elected [one of Savage's goals in his book], but the information may still be revelatory to some; provocative and idiotic to others; and mind-blowing, to say the least, to many others.
Savage is called a neoconservative, while I am not. However, I still found myself agreeing with many of his statements, opinions, and appreciated the research he conducted in his book. If you are as concerned as I am about the state of affairs of our country, it might be worth reading. There is also a "Rational Wiki" page that discusses the book [I encourage you to read the critiques yourself], along with Savage's follow-up book "Trickle Down Tyranny." I haven't started that one yet, but plan to read it at some point.
And, along with finding the "Rational Wiki" page that critiqued Savage's book, I found a link to another more general Rational Wiki blogs that look interesting, but haven't had time to explore yet.
Savage also hosts a radio/internet talk show called "The Savage Nation" that might be interesting to check out, as well.