Bozell's Book on Media 'Collusion' Hits #1 in Amazon Category After Limbaugh Touts as a Gift for Liberals

Craig Bannister
By Craig Bannister | July 16, 2013 | 10:14 AM EDT

"Collusion: How the Media Stole the 2012 Election" by Brent Bozell is now the top-selling Political/Social Science book in's Communications and Media Studies category. The book, co-authored by Media Research Center President Brent Bozell and Director of Media Analysis Tim Graham, is the 57th best seller overall in Amazon's top 100.

"Collusion" documents how liberal media censor news that may reflect poorly on liberals, while manufacturing and highlighting news designed to smear conservatives.

Liberal media bias has gotten so bad that conservatives may never win again unless they fight back against it, Bozell warns in his book:

"[N]ever have the news media performed as they did in 2012, and if conservatives don't recognize this and commit themselves to changing the equation, they will not win again-at least not any time soon.

"With the real possibility that the days are numbered for this country's freedoms, it is not just a problem, it is a crisis."

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In an interview with regarding "Collusion," Bozell explains how network and print media suppression of news about liberal scandals, such as Benghazi, has a "devastating" effect on how Americans think and vote.

"Unless they listen to an opinion radio show, they won't know the news that's happening," Bozell says.

On his radio program Monday, Rush Limbaugh declared "Collusion" "the kind of book you give to a liberal and cajole them into reading it." "This is the kind of book you give to people who need to understand how they are being lied to," Bozell added.

Today, "Collusion" surged to the number 41 on Barnes and Nobles' bestseller list, up nearly thirty positions from its previous day's standing.