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2. It's a Small World (Unless You're, Like, an Amoeba or Something)
American Exceptionalism, or How to Make Other Countries Feel Bad About Their Bodies
Killing with Kindness, Torturing with Tenderness
Weaponizing Politeness: Fight Like a Canadian!
The United Nations and Other Global Oxymorons
Showing Nature Who's Boss
Repelling Immigrants from Your Southern Border (We Have Experience)
How to Dodge the Draft Without Bringing Your Neighbors Into It
A Simple Solution for Integrating Our Indigenous Peoples (Just Kidding -We Have No Idea)
Un-American Idol: How Reality Shows Can Stop Illegal Immigration
3. The Irony of Being Ironic in a Post-Ironic Age
Making English the Official Language for Native English Speakers
DisneyCorps: Why We Should Turn FOX News over to Michael Bay
Living in Fear: Lessons from Godly Folk
Gun Control: How to Aim Properly
Cults of Personality, or Cults of the Lack Thereof
Rewriting U.S. Law (Citizens United: What Else Can Be People?)
The Internet: Why Are We Trying to Regulate Porn?
The Metric System: Exactly Ten Times More Awesome than Imperial Units
How to Say You're Sorry Without Looking Like a Total Pussy
4. Treating Experts Like Mammals: An Ideological Throwdown!
Science vs Religion (Spoiler: Science Wins in Overtime!)
Grampa Lost His Shins in the Big One: Our Statute of Limitations on Living Off Other Peoples' Sacrifices.
Consuming Our Future: Some Tasty, Post-Apocalypse Recipes
It's Not Easy Being Greenpeace
What To Do With "The Gays"
Health Care: A 10-Part Dental Plan for Hockey Players
Weed. Sweet, Sweet Weed.
Crime and Punishment, and Then Crime Again
Combining Our Icons (Introducing the Eagle Beaver!)
Notes on the American Dream, from the Country You Kick in Your Sleep
Tear-out application forms for elected officials
Mad-libs (How different media outlets get their news)
Campaign promises sprinkled throughout the book
Timeline of U.S. Canadian history
U.S.-Canada comparison chart
Quizzes at the end of each chapter
Posted January 29, 2014
Posted August 1, 2012
As a Canadian-American, I loved the humor (humour) of this book. As an American voter, I loved the not-so-unreasonable platforms offered by the Canada Party. They would certainly have my vote.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.