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How to Talk to a Liberal (If You Must): The World According to Ann Coulter (2004)

by Ann Coulter

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Was this supposed to be a humor book? I couldn't finish it, as I found it too unbelievable. ( )
  dpevers | Jul 8, 2014 |
lol
  laurelei | Mar 31, 2013 |
Too pleased with herself to provide any decent analysis. The vituperative nature of her text is very negative. I can't imagine that she could have a calm discussion without getting shrill. ( )
1 vote Doey | Mar 31, 2011 |
im "out". i like ann coulter! ( )
  Ameliaiif | Apr 8, 2010 |
Interesting read, often funny, sometimes a bit repetitive. Ann Coulter's famous wit was in evidence throughout, but for me the book lacked a bit of spark. ( )
  boleyn | Mar 25, 2009 |
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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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Ann Coulter on Election 2004
Ann Coulter has become a fixture among the country's leading conservative pundits with her take-no-prisoners approach making for controversial headline copy. She speaks out about Election 2004 in our exclusive interview.

Ann Coulter's Significant Seven
Ann Coulter kindly agreed to take the life quiz we like to give to all our authors: the Amazon Significant Seven. Read her answers here.

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The conservative columnist shares her thoughts on topics from political correctness and foreign policy to the media, in a collection of her commentaries accompanied by responses from readers on both sides of the political spectrum.

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