Responsible. Independent. Hard-working. These are qualities which used to define Americans. But now we're a nation of whiners, blamers, and excuse-makers. So says Michael Graham--radio talk show host, former GOP campaign consultant, and journalist--in his new book, That's No Angry Mob, That's My Mom . That's No Angry Mob, That's My Mom taps into the frustration and anxiety felt by hundreds of thousands of taxpayers at Tea Parties nationwide. Frustration that the government is taking over our lives; punishing success while rewarding failure; and fostering a society of Americans who don't take responsibility for their actions and then expect the government--and their fellow citizens--to pick up the bill. Graham, known for his searing wit and controversial comments, also explains who the tea party "activists" really are: ordinary, everyday citizens pushed into action by the threat of higher taxes and increased government intrusion. Tackling everything from the economy and education to health care and the housing market, Graham argues that it's up to us to take control back from the government bureaucrats and to restore the home-spun values of hard work, fair play, and individual responsibility. That's No Angry Mob, That's My Mom shows us how.