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Product Details

  • Paperback: 166 pages
  • Publisher: Jedediah Bila (May 10, 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0983576807
  • ISBN-13: 978-0983576808
  • Product Dimensions: 7.9 x 5.1 x 0.4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (37 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #222,401 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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"Engaging and witty, OUTNUMBERED instantly transports you into the days and nights of a Reagan conservative living in uber-liberal Manhattan. Through her classic no-nonsense tone, Jedediah adeptly shines a light on liberal intolerance, elitism, and hypocrisy, while challenging the Left's false claim on diversity, civility, and feminism. You won't want to miss it."
--MARK R. LEVIN, bestselling author and nationally syndicated talk radio host

"Get ready for something candid, funny, and bold. OUTNUMBERED sharply exposes the Left's bogus talk of compassion and tolerance through their very own contradictory actions. Jedediah's distinctive voice brings to life the true face of left-wing elitism and the striking contrast between the conservative and liberal world view. It's a must-read for all conservatives."
--SEAN HANNITY, bestselling author, television host, and nationally syndicated talk radio host

"The unique, compelling, and earnest voice that characterizes Jedediah's weekly columns comes alive with increased vitality in OUTNUMBERED. She shatters leftist stereotypes about conservatives and exposes the myth of liberal tolerance as she relates her interactions with liberals in everyday life. This narrative, interlaced with commentary and impressions, gives us insight into liberals that books merely about abstract principles do not capture. A fascinating read."
--DAVID LIMBAUGH, bestselling author and syndicated columnist

"Jedediah's courage and wit shine through as she recounts her remarkable personal journey through the Left's assault on every aspect of our lives. Her daily triumph as a conservative living among liberals is a fascinating and inspiring look from the front lines of the culture wars. For all of us interested in restoring our nation to the principles that make it great, Jedediah's moral clarity and terrific storytelling make OUTNUMBERED a must-read."
--TAMMY BRUCE, bestselling author and nationally syndicated talk radio host

About the Author

Jedediah Bila is a conservative columnist and commentator. She contributes to The Daily Caller, Human Events, and the Association of Mature American Citizens' newsletter. She is a regular guest on Fox News and Fox Business, including such programs as Hannity, Fox & Friends, Red Eye w/ Greg Gutfeld, Varney & Co., and America's Nightly Scoreboard, among others. She has also been a guest on MSNBC and talk radio. Jedediah graduated Valedictorian of Wagner College and earned a Master of Arts degree from Columbia University. She lives in Manhattan with her two-year-old Maltese, Emma. For more information on Jedediah, please visit jedediahbila.com.

More About the Author

Jedediah Bila is an author, columnist, and TV and radio personality. Her book, OUTNUMBERED: Chronicles of a Manhattan Conservative, was published in May of 2011. Her columns have been published in/at Human Events, The Daily Caller, Newsmax, FoxNews.com, Breitbart.com, The Blaze, and the Association of Mature American Citizens' newsletter. Topics include politics, culture, media, fitness, music, and more.

Jedediah has guest hosted on 1450 WCTC radio and guest co-hosted Varney & Co. on Fox Business and Red Eye w/ Greg Gutfeld on Fox News. She has been a regular guest on Fox News and Fox Business, including such shows as Hannity, Fox & Friends, Red Eye w/ Greg Gutfeld, Varney & Co., America's Nightly Scoreboard, Follow the Money, America's Newsroom, The Tom Sullivan Show, and Lou Dobbs Tonight. She has appeared on MSNBC, GBTV, and several radio shows, including The Sean Hannity Show, The Mark Levin Show, The Lou Dobbs Show, The Laura Ingraham Show, and The Monica Crowley Show.

Jedediah graduated Valedictorian of Wagner College and earned a Master of Arts from Columbia University. She went on to hold a number of diverse leadership positions. She has taught at the middle school, high school, and college levels.

Jedediah is a featured speaker for both Speakers Access and the Clare Boothe Luce Policy Institute. She is also a Pioneer Mentor at The New Agenda.

For more information on Jedediah, please visit jedediahbila.com

Customer Reviews

This book is an easy and funny read.
Jorge Uzcategui
They will be able to view themselves in Jedediah's magic mirror as they really are, and not through their usual fog of complacent self-delusion.
W. M. Estabrook
This book was a breath of fresh air and there is some hope in this world.
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62 of 67 people found the following review helpful By Student 007 on May 18, 2011
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I have bought many books from amazon but this is the first time I felt compelled to submit a review of a book. Outnumbered is a quick read and it gives a refreshing, unique perspective from an individual who stands so boldly and courageously in what she believes in. As a grad student surrounded by a group of "tolerant scholars", I was inspired and encouraged by Jedediah's responses and reactions to these encounters. I highly recommend this book, no matter what your political affiliation is.
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43 of 48 people found the following review helpful By E. Von Ray on May 31, 2011
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I have to applaud Jedediah Bila for standing up for her beliefs, even in the face of what is a seemingly overwhelming opponent (I use that term somewhat loosely as we are all Americans). I have watched her on FNC for about a year now, I would guess and I always enjoy her opinions, whatever the topic and I admire her for not taking an abrasively adversarial stance, instead being forceful but respectful. I like that.

This book is not so much a platform for her sociopolitical beliefs but rather an experience of the time leading up to the 2008 election and after Obama was sworn in to the Office of President, ending in March of that year, with a brief update in our current year. It is filled with episodes of how people she encountered through the day reacted to her Palin pin, or how she doesn't look like a conservative or how her 'friends' reacted to her coming out as a conservative. I found those very revealing and, sometimes, very sad.

It is basically a diary and it is interesting how often during that time politics played a huge role in our lives. Miss Bila relays that in a casual, effective way, sometimes funny (the restribution of muscle tone was hilarious!), always interesting in her daily adventures, but I was really quite shocked at how many teachers used their positions to persuade their students to think along a very specific political line, mostly Democrat. I am glad my teachers did not do that. Miss Bila clearly wants school to be a process where the kids learn how to make up their own minds about the issues and not just be told what to say and what to think, ala Orwell's 1984. Though she is no longer teaching, she does give me hope for the future teachers in America.

If I have any complaint, and why I took off half a star, it is because the book is too short. I wanted to read more. When I was finished, I felt somewhat disappointed that it had ended already. I guess that is a criticism but also a compliment, in a way.
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37 of 45 people found the following review helpful By PEC on May 17, 2011
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This book is an easy read that really shows the lack of tolerance from those that claim to be tolerant. The design of the book is absolutely fascinating. A chronoligal series of journal type events, the reader though can read any and skip around and still get the feel of the hypocritical, intolerant, attitude on the left. From somebody not from this type of area it is hard for me to relate but it does make me want to assure that where I am from never ends up like this.
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23 of 28 people found the following review helpful By G. Crocker on May 17, 2011
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I loved the book. And at the same time think "This lady is weird." Weird in the sense that she has to be if she remains in such a hostile place to anything conservative. And she definitely is conservative. Weird in that she lives among so many "progressives" that call on everyone to be tolerant - except they are not, unless you agree with their socialistic world view . Miss Bila is a great writer and very witty. This short book reflects that...my only complaint.....I wanted to read more. I highly recommend it....what are you waiting for....get it!
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Winfield Scott on July 19, 2011
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Jedediah has hit a home run. She shows how liberals are really the least liberal people around. It is pitiful that one cannot criticize President Obama without being called racist. And it is such an incredible untruth about conservatives don't care about poor people, immigrants, and minorities. And what is wrong with being a God-fearing, church-going citizen? Where do NYC residents get off thinking so little of people living in places like Kansas? I also don't understand where they get their elitist attitude from. I just hope they never learn about us and I pray that they will stay right where they are. I'll look forward to Jedediah's future writing.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Raul Arteaga on June 8, 2011
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I live in Chicago, is hard to be a "latino" and conservative. this book can teach a lot people>> great work ..love the book tnx
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24 of 32 people found the following review helpful By W. M. Estabrook on May 16, 2011
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We already admired Jedediah Bila for her beauty, wit and charm, and also for her irresistibly compelling analyses of things political; now she has given us a book, and a very good book. She writes with energy honesty and humor, and in a fine crystalline style. One of the many salutary effects of this volume, I believe, will be its value to our pals on the left. They will be able to view themselves in Jedediah's magic mirror as they really are, and not through their usual fog of complacent self-delusion. This work is destined to become a classic, with our heroine afoot in a sinister Wonderland.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By B. Marshall on July 2, 2011
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I bought this for my wife - while we live in Colorado, and don't have the total liberal thing all around us (only pockets of lefties); she is a school teacher - and therefore has a very similar experience at work. Definitely a good read, and really is nice to see tale of others facing similar lefty intolerance and bigotry.
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