In Do as I Say (Not as I Do), Peter Schweizer exposed the hypocrisy of liberal elites in Washington and Hollywood. In Makers and Takers, he broadens his scope to examine the damaging effects of liberal philosophy on ordinary Americans. Drawing on national polls and academic studies, as well as the revealing testimony of liberals themselves, Schweizer shows that liberals are, on the whole, less honest, less generous, lazier, and more materialistic than their conservative counterparts. Moreover, conservatives are better parents, spouses, and citizens. Schweizer's portrait is not a mischievous exercise in "gotcha" journalism. Instead, tracing political and social changes over the past fifty years, he argues that the emergence of liberalism as a philosophy of selfishness is a direct result of big government. The enormous expansion of government has fostered the assumption among many Americans that the state is responsible for our financial, social, and moral well-being. From the myth that wealth is the result of luck and exploitation to the insistence that individuaals are not accountable to God or social institutions, the principles of liberalism have corrupted the personal virtues and community values Americans once honored.
Success is the key word for American born author, Peter Franz Schweizer. He was born in 1964, and became an investigative journalist, novelist, author, and political consultant. Peter received his M.Phil.from Oxford University, and his B.A. from George Washington University.
Schweizer's accomplishments are many. He is the president of the Government Accountability Institute, and senior-editor-at-large of Breitbart News, a staple in the right wing realm. He began his Conservative roots in high school and continued from there. He is also a partner in a speech writing company in Washington, DC called Oval Office Writers who write speeches for various executives and politicians.
Peter has written several books that have been translated into many languages. They have also been on the New York Times snd Washington Post bestseller lists. Some of his more successful efforts include: Clinton Cash: The Untold Story of How and Why Foreign Governments and Businesses Helped Make Bill and Hillary Rich; Extortion; Throw Them All Out; Reagan's War; The Bushes:Portrait of a Dynasty; Architects of Ruin; Victory; Do As I Say (Not As I Do); and Makers and Takers.
Schweizer lives in Florida with Rhonda, his wife, and children.