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365 Ways to Drive a Liberal Crazy
     

365 Ways to Drive a Liberal Crazy

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by James Delingpole
 

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Start every day off RIGHT! Try one of our 365 ways to drive a liberal (even more) crazy. Whether you quote from the Constitution (what, that old relic?) or point out the facts about global warming (as in, the planet has been steadily cooling for the past decade)—this is one sure-fire way to get under a lefty’s (thin) skin.

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Start every day off RIGHT! Try one of our 365 ways to drive a liberal (even more) crazy. Whether you quote from the Constitution (what, that old relic?) or point out the facts about global warming (as in, the planet has been steadily cooling for the past decade)—this is one sure-fire way to get under a lefty’s (thin) skin.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781596986428
Publisher:
Regnery Publishing
Publication date:
01/04/2011
Pages:
417
Product dimensions:
7.10(w) x 7.10(h) x 1.40(d)

Meet the Author

James Delingpole terrorizes liberals on both sides of the Atlantic, writing for the conservative national newsweekly Human Events as well as The Times (of London), The Spectator, and The Daily Telegraph (where he helped break the Climategate story). He is the author of Welcome to Obamaland: I Have Seen Your Future and It Doesn’t Work and How to Be Right: The Essential Guide to Making Left Liberals History, as well as several comic novels, including an ongoing series of World War II novels featuring Dick Coward.

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365 Ways to Drive a Liberal Crazy 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
UncleDennis More than 1 year ago
Not knowing Mr. Delingpole's previous writings, but knowing that Regnery generally has great books, I might have set the bar too high for a book with a title just funny enough to buy. But, it would seem that a smaller number of items (say 52 items to round out a one-a-week rotation) could have focused the writer on his funnier material. Some items are funny, some are factual, some are interesting, and some just don't make any sense. I don't know if it's because Mr. Delingpole is English and thus has a slightly different take on politics, but some of his material is just, well, blah. The bright side to the book is that it is very inexpensive, and considering there are 365 "Ways" given, each one is a quick read so you can skip over the weaker items and savor the good ones. Still worth buying, as there are just enough funny and useful items to make the price worth the purchase.
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