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Truth can hurt but it can also be funny as Hell.
If you are a public figure in Texas and do something stupid or dishonest, Molly Ivens will call you on it - and in a very embarrasing way.
Recommended either as a book on humour, a book on Texas attitudes, or a book on near-current affairs--take your pick.
I am a retired history teacher and Molly Ivins is my hero. I liked the book very much that I got for myself, and then gave it as a gift, also.Published 10 months ago by J.H.D.
Where is Molly when we need her most. I'm sure she is rolling on the floor laughing her ass off at the current political scene. Read morePublished 12 months ago by J. Porter
This is a wonderful, I can do it book, and what every woman should read. I am sure it spurred the independence spark in me.Published 14 months ago by Sharon L. Coyle
I have never learned so much about Texas politics or laughed as much as when I read Molly Ivins. We really need her insight and sense of humor now that we have today's crop in the... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Mary H.
Molly Ivins is not to be missed. Her books are true and hit one's funny bone with a deadly aim.Published 19 months ago by Jane M
I heartily recommend all her works. She had Dubya's number and hammered him like a hand made wok. Her later works are even funnier as long as you are not a fan of George Bush or... Read morePublished 23 months ago by R. S. Kohn
This is a laugh out loud, hold your side, spray your Coke book. It's Ivins' first one, and she had years of material to choose from. The best political book ever.Published on September 21, 2012 by esskayee
I am one of those people that, once started, will always finish a book even if it isn't all that entertaining. That record was broken with this book. I simply could not finish it. Read morePublished on September 16, 2012 by Seamus Avec
Though some of the subject matter in this wonderful collection is dated (George Bush in the White House, war in the mid-East, New Age religions on the rise, tax breaks for... Read morePublished on November 26, 2007 by Cecil Bothwell