Author Horace Mungin has lived through much of the traumas and triumphs of the modern American experience and he offers his original opinions on it all. Truth & Absurdities contains his commentary on some of the events of the last half century of American history. Written from his personal point of view, many of the essays involves himself and his family as they encounter and react to unfolding floods of American realities; still the reader experiences his creative manner of expression and a chance to validate the truth in his keen observations about some of the absurdities of American society as he hilariously plugs us into them.
This book is both seriously profound and uproarious funny. Mungin expresses an appreciation for ethical behavior with a genuine candor and he dissects irrationalities with his own glowing brand of mockery – see what happens when he places Rush Limbaugh on the Jerry Springer Show, or when he uses the characters Amos ‘N Andy to explain the Obama senate seat fiasco that took place in Chicago and in Washington.
The author delivers his outrage at the irrationalities that has befallen (enough) white people since the election of Barack Obama as president with a modest delight. Through it all; from the over-eager terrorist fist-bump description given by Fox News anchor E. D. Hill to the incivility of the Bill O’Reilly interviews of Barack Obama, this book unmask the malaise of embroidered malarkey infecting much of middle America. Truth & Absurdities invites you to dine on appetizing particulars and drink in the intoxicating wine of reality