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Guilty: Liberal "Victims" and Their Assault on America Paperback – November 10, 2009
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This book's style is not unlike the style in her previous best sellers. But 'Guilty' seems in some places to have an even sharper point to the stick she taunts the liberal establishment, and more so the mainstream media with.
Her research is meticulously accurate, and she shows no mercy to anyone who stands in her path.
As one of my liberal friends who read the book put it "although I totally disagree with her, I must admit she has more stones than any guy I've met". If her style is confrontational, her points are backed up by well documented facts. She does her own research,so there's no one to blame for any factual errors, if you can find one. I've yet to see anyone document any misstatement of fact in her books, no matter what Media Matters claims. She makes no apology for the points she makes, or the way she makes them.
If you're of the conservative mindset, you'll probably love this book even more than her previous works. If you're more liberal, you'll be more enraged. She forces the reader to confront issues with her take no prisoners approach.
That frequently provokes strong reactions from both sides, but it also facilitates a dialog that many are too timid to confront. And it's a dialog that is long over due.
That's what good books do. You might not agree with some of it, or any of it. But if it makes you think, and it promotes the discussion of issues, it accomplishes a purpose beyond just being entertaining. Though it is a very entertaining work as well.
Her writing continues to be timely as we have the administration's most recent victim promotions including
Black children are overly disciplined in school with no discussion if their behavior is different. One might ask if a much more skewed percentage of these black children will be committing violent crime in 10-15 years if the discipline is inadequate.
Black voters discriminated by voter id laws
Black criminals discriminated by disqualification of felons from voting
Blacks are the "victims" of white violence - while the stats show exactly the opposite.
Colter keeps it light but deadly. A great read that will help you deal with your PAL's Perpetually Agitated Liberals
Take for example the comments concerning Bill Ayers on page 90. Coulter makes several telling points concerning the Ayers' concentration on his terrorist days as being the highpoint of his life (and unfortunately giving him a pass on his current activities in training new followers dedicated to the destruction of the US), but then says as a correction that "Ayers is a professor of education, meaning that he is less qualified to teach than the entire population of the United States." I found this comment extremely funny, although it is an exaggeration (education professors are probably less qualified to teach than only about 90% of the population.) However, the mass of readers will not understand the truly abysmal standards in teaching education that exist in the US today and why that comment is both true and hilarious.Read more ›
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I don't remember buying this book although it may have been a gift and I love Ann CoulterPublished 9 months ago by Anthony A. Heying
Excellent read with many details and FACTS that I never knew (and I keep up). It's amazing the crazy things that go on in government that never make it to the general public. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Linda