True to his last name, the popular and provocative radio host Michael Savage knows that civilization truly is a thin veneer, as he deftly peels away the epiderm to reveal the wild in our politicians, media personalities, celebs, and, to be fair, political commentators, exposing them as snarling, saliva-dripping beasts of prey who slither, crawl, climb, and fly, and who mark their territory in whatever way they can. Illustrated with cartoon drawings accompanied by humorous faux-Latin genus and species names, THE POLITICAL ZOO satirizes notables such as Bill Clinton (Fondlem undgropeum), Ted Turner, and Bono, as well as both Democrats and Republicans. Through all the biting sarcasm, Savage is seriously outraged at what he sees all around us. Keep hands away from the cage and do not feed the animals!
- Biography + Autobiography, Humor, Political Science
- General, Entertainment + Performing Arts
- January 9, 2007
- February 20, 2007
- Michael Savage