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How to Talk to a Liberal (If You Must): The World According to Ann Coulter Hardcover – October 5, 2004

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This forceful, sarcastic, and often hilarious book offers tips on arguing with liberals, which include the following: don't be defensive, always outrage the enemy, and never apologize to, compliment, or show graciousness to a Democrat. Welcome to the world according to Ann Coulter. Ever combative, Coulter is unafraid to court controversy or confront her detractors head-on, whether they are mainstream journalists and talk-show hosts who have misquoted her without apology or "weak and frightened conservatives" craving liberal approval. Though the writing is often over-the-top, the book if full of one-liners that will delight conservatives, such as "the best way to convert liberals is to have them move out of their parents' home, get a job, and start paying taxes." But there is more here than just insults and countless jabs at Bill Clinton, and even her most devoted readers will find much new material in the book. Largely a collection of her syndicated columns from the past decade, How to Talk to a Liberal also includes columns that were never released or were rejected by editors--in Coulter's words, "what you could have read if you lived in a free country." --Shawn Carkonen

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Never mind this book’s title; from the writings collected here, it sounds like Coulter has never talked calmly with anyone, much less "liberals." In her view, "liberals" aren’t even "sentient creatures." Rather, they are conspiracy theorists and "street performers" who "traffic in shouting and demagogy." Following her previous bestseller, Treason, this book reprints installments from the last five years of Coulter’s syndicated column. Her modus operandi is to "start with the maximum assertion about liberals and then push the envelope, because, as we know, their evil is incalculable." If the title isn’t clue enough, the "we" in that quote demonstrates her assumption that the reader is as angry as she is, which frees her to make any accusation, whether grounded in reality or not. Coulter’s favorite target, hands down, is the New York Times, which she claims distorts the truth, ignores the facts or gets them wrong altogether. Her proposed solution for the 2001 incident in which China’s "three-foot-tall dictator" held an American flight crew hostage: "give us the Americans and we’ll let them keep any New York Times reporters." Not surprisingly, she was in favor of attacking Iraq, and many of her columns dating back to the first months of the invasion sound exceedingly out of touch now ("The rebuilding in Iraq is going better than could possibly have been expected"). Besides previously printed columns, the book includes a few new pieces on Coulter’s pet peeves (like Democrats’ "double standards"), as well as articles rejected by editors at magazines like the National Review and Good Housekeeping. Frequently funny, if only for its sheer audacity, this book will gratify "cranky conservatives" and outrage everyone else.
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Product Details

  • Hardcover: 368 pages
  • Publisher: Crown Forum; First Edition edition (October 5, 2004)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1400054184
  • ISBN-13: 978-1400054183
  • Product Dimensions: 6.4 x 1.4 x 9.4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (822 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #494,358 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Absolutely a GREAT read. If nothing else is learned, Learn more why voting for Hillary is horribly ill advised.
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Coulter's book covers a period of history from the Clinton to the Bush administrations. Relive history especially the story of the Confederate battle flag, Clinton's impeachment, and the November 2000 Bush-Gore presidential election Florida recounts.
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Excellent thoughts from ms. Coulter, as Always.
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Light read and quite humorous. Plenty of sarcasm. If you are indeed a liberal I doubt you will see the humor at all.
I got a chuckle at the tongue and cheek style she wrote this with.
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Anyone who imagines that Ann Coulter is a feminist should read one of the last items in the book, never published before, which makes it abundantly clear that she has enormous "issues" with feminism. I'm sure plenty of people will call her "mean-spirited" and "ignorant" for failing to toe the Party Line, but for me this essay was by far the best thing in the book.
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The cover title is misleading. I thought i was going to learn how to talk to a liberal e.g. what to say and what not to say. Instead it's a criticism of the liberal media. I still learned from it but not as much as I wanted. e.g. She points out how Hollywood is predominantly liberal and how they love releasing unrealistic-fantasy movies.
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This book should have a strong warning label. My face still hurts from laughing so hard. This book is a masterpiece of sarcasm, irony and a good degree of truth. If you can't take a joke or don't appreciate mild scarcasm, it's probably not for you. But if you are familiar with any of Ms. Coulters prior works or her persona as a talking head, you will enjoy it thoroughly, as I did.
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Love Ann Coulter, her wit and her writing style.
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