Miitant is a good attempt to outline the history of the Catholic Church over the last half century or so and analyse where things went wrong. (As an aside, it is interesting to note that Michael writes exactly as he speaks; reading his words, it is almost impossible to avoid hearing them in his voice.)
As most of the history and the issues are familiar to me, there was not a lot of new material until the last few chapters, which concentrated on the political machinations in the United States, in which seemingly the great majority of bishops appear to be either complicit or too afraid to let their voices be heard (which is practically the same thing). The extent of the damage is scarcely believable, considering that the bulk of it occurred in the last 50 years.
My criticism of the Voris approach is that there are undoubtedly many bishops and priests sitting on the fence who could go either way. There is a real chance that these men, and their followers, could be lost through words which have the potential to crush the bruised wick and quench the smouldering wick.
No regrets what so ever. Catholic? Male? Alpha? Masculine? Spiritual? God fearing? Lost? Michael Voris spells it all out in elaborate detail. Hallelujah, I am not a lone. There is a world out there praying for me, praying with me. And resurrect authentic Catholicism a we must to secure our salvation.