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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 13, 2006

    Unoriginal Plaigarizing Bimbo

    How thought provoking Susan, very nice. It takes a great mind to copy someone else's picture pose and title and call it your own. Though I will admit, reading Estrich's words is a lot better than hearing them...for Pete's sake, what is wrong with this so-called woman's voice?!? When it comes down to it, all that Susan Estrich has done with this book is prove that Ann Coulter is 100% correct.

    8 out of 15 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 2, 2007

    The Church of Liberalism

    I find it interesting that in Ann Coulter's book, Godless, she exposed the Church of Liberalism and how it exists. The liberals will just say that Coulter is mean. Susan Estrich just takes that route. For some reason the liberals will not take Coulters information and explane exactly how it is wrong. The liberals can't take the facts so they can take the criticism!

    7 out of 13 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 1, 2007

    Shows the poor sad Coulter in her own pitiful marinade

    Estrich has written a very interesting and provocative book exposing Coulter for what she is, a very clever woman who has found her schtick in promoting and culturing the rank nastiness in human nature and making alot of money from the pursuit. That she and her financier/readers try to wrap themselves in the cloak of the Prince of Peace, who espoused love above all, is the ultimate irony here and the ultimate charade she plays on her 'disciples.' We don't need Erlich to point this out but she does an admirable job. Above all though, Ann just makes me proud to be a 'Godless Liberal,' and tithe all the more passionately to positive causes of peace and protection of this planet. I must say too, that I love Erlich's choice to mock the silly poses Coulter predictably festoons her jacket with in the pursuit of manly conservative readership!

    5 out of 12 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 24, 2010

    Thanks for the review!

    After reading the reviews, both right and left, I am more intrigued to read Ann Coulter's book instead. Thank you 'Ms' Estrich for helping Ann to advertise her book, because I know that if it's set's socialists aflame, it must be spot on. Gotta go now to buy Ann's book!

    4 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 4, 2012

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    *Souls Story* Chap. 4- I look to my side and see Fang still asleep. I pad out and sit at the entrance to our abandoned fox hole home. I feel the wind blow on my face and the sunlight warm my pelt. Fang pads out slow, yawning. "I'm going hunting." barks Fang. "Ok, be careful!!" I yelp after him. It is the end of leaf bare and it will snow soon. I hear a crackle in the leaves. I smell a water vole on the breeze, about 5 tail lengths away. I stalk toward it, downwind. I pounce and it slips away just at that second. "Mouse dung!" I mutter to myself. Fang soon arrives coming up the ravine on the left side of our den. He carries a fat raven and we eat. After that we race to the river at the bottom of the ravine. Its soon moonhigh when we return to our den.

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