“This book needed to be written, needed to be published and needs to be read. Best of all, it's great fun to read." – Brit Hume
“End of Discussion will actually start more conversations than it finishes. Mary Katharine and Guy are two of the bright stars of conservative commentary, and their insight and humor comes together well to showcase the absurdities of manufactured outrage and the benefits of taking a breath before launching an attack. End of Discussion is a smart and charming political page turner that was a delight to read.” —Dana Perino, former White House press secretary and cohost of The Five on Fox News
“Here’s why I can wholeheartedly endorse and recommend this book: Mary Katherine Ham and Guy Benson are really good writers. This book had me laughing out loud on yesterday’s flight.” Jim Geraghty, contributor to National Review
"A brilliant exposé of the left’s outrageous outrage over everything! Free speech isn’t free. It must be fought for. Get in the fight with this fantastic book by Mary Katherine Ham & Guy Benson!"
-- Brad Thor #1 New York Times bestselling author of CODE OF CONDUCT
"I can't think of any two people more qualified than Guy Benson and MaryKatharine Ham to expose the left's decidedly undemocratic efforts to silence opposing views. With their characteristic wit and humor, they take on the outrage industrial complex on behalf of fun- and freedom-loving Americans everywhere."
-- S.E. Cupp, author and nationally syndicated columnist
" This book will make you laugh—and cry—at a world where honest debate is all too rare."
-- Juan Williams, Fox News analyst & author of Muzzled: The Assault on Honest Debate
“Come for the writing and the humor, stay for the point: The ‘outrage industry’ is destroying politics. Benson and Ham have diagnosed a new kind of media cancer, one that is metastasizing and eating away at our ability to survive as a free people, freely debating our future. Yes, that sounds serious for a book with as wonderfully light a touch as this, and one so full of laugh-out-loud moments. But it is true. That’s why you need to read this book.” —Hugh Hewitt