Mark Levin's Liberty Amendments Spotted Among Cruz's Reading Material
Senator Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) (R – TX) read excerpts from different authors, ranging from Frederich Bastiat to Dr. Seuss to Ayn Rand during his marathon speech on the floor. Cruz read a story relating to the signing of the Declaration of Independence that Rush Limbaugh discussed on his radio show. One book that was sighted among Cruz’s pile of reading material on the floor near his desk that was surrounded by manilla folders and large black binders was The Liberty Amendments, written by conservative talk radio host Mark Levin. Levin’s book has become a popular read among conservatives and is a #1 New York Times best seller.
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