A Thousand Lies: Lies Every Good American Must Believe - D. W. St.John

A Thousand Lies: Lies Every Good American Must Believe

By D. W. St.John

  • Release Date: 2009-12-15
  • Genre: Politics & Current Events
Score: 3
From 36 Ratings


These are a few of the lies we must believe if America’s political system, culture and world dominance is to endure. Our faith in them insures we never question who we are, how we live or the world we have made.
This list is for all Americans, be they progressive, conservative, moderate or radical. It is guaranteed to offend everyone, regardless of ideology.


  • Gimme a W, Gimme a T, Gimme an F!!

    By Nine-Tails
    This author is a cynic who is too cowardly to believe in anything........at all. He dislikes Christianity, but his "lies" seem to paint some sort of belief in a higher power. He thinks that the U.S. and the U.N. engage in drug trafficking. He is misogynistic, homophobic, and willfully intolerant. He believes that everything is a vast conspiracy, and never accepts simplistic answers. Avoid this crap at all costs...........
  • Where's the meat?!

    By LLesniak
    After reading 20 pages and then skimming through the rest of this "book," I must agree with the other reviewers: this is a compilation of numerous, unsupported opinions that anyone with the time could write down. Some are incredibly obvious lies like "Fast food is not poison." Other lies are just way out in left field like "God is on our side" or "Organ donorship is a bad thing"...really crazy conspiracy stuff or ignorant opinions. And then once in a blue moon you'll find a lie that you didn't think about before and is really profound...one that you think should be realize because societal action could improve the problem the lie exposes...but then there is no research or study to support it which adds to the pointlessness of this "book."
  • Wow

    By Lsuguy26
    You, my fellow man, have a wild outlook on the state of things. Some things you stated were common knowledge, others seemed like you made astounding mental leaps to connect unrelated trains of thought.
  • Don't waste your time

    By Frogdogg
    It's unfortunate that you can't give less than one star. Sure, I guess any cynic can write a thousand ignorant opinions down with no substance to support them and then call it a book. I'll call it what it is, garbage. I just hope no paper was wasted printing it.
  • Description is right

    By c-dogg3
    I read until I read that "the U.S. Constitution is the law of the land" was a lie and I quit. How can the author be an American? It is disgusting .