Dispatches from Bitter America: A Gun Toting, Chicken Eating Son of a Baptist's Culture War Stories

Dispatches from Bitter America: A Gun Toting, Chicken Eating Son of a Baptist's Culture War Stories

by Todd Starnes
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Dispatches from Bitter America 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Mr. Starnes tell the tru like it is.
Tom_Dye More than 1 year ago
With a little tongue in cheek, a little bite your tongue, a little imagination, a little agitation, a little make believe, and a little “you can’t make this stuff up,” author Todd Starnes leaves no sacred cows off the table (metaphorically speaking of course). This book will take you from sentimental to nonsensical, from Christmas to Kwanzaa, from barbeque to Barack Obama, from the food police to the thought police, from DC to the flyover-states, from the schoolhouse to the House of God, with a few stops in between. "A country that knows how to smoke a pork butt is a country worth defending. Friends, our nation is as diverse as the meat it smokes. In the North they smoke hams. In the South we smoke pork. In Texas they smoke beef. In California they smoke pot. Barbecue is not just food; it’s a state of mind." Todd Starnes says he’s a "gun-toting, chicken-eating son of a Baptist," but according to the President of the United States, he’s just a bitter American. If you’re politically left of center, you need to read this book. If you’re to the right, you just gotta read this, seriously folks. "Bitter Americans? Hardly." "Blessed Americans? Absolutely."
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I found this book to be very informative with good humor used to geet a point across. I really enjoyed reading this book, and I learned a lot about Americans across America. I agree that these Americans are blessed not bitter and they know they are blessed. Yet, Americans are worried about the liberties they are lossing. I couldn't put the book down I enjoyed it so much.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I couldn't put this book down! I think I'll read it again!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A review of the current government interferences in our daily lives, written with the typical wit of this author. Sad but true to see how these changes are destroying America's custom and culture.
pharmkat More than 1 year ago
I have the oxford library Of American History. I covers everything from the founding of this nation, to Gore Vs. Bush in the first election. Admittedly more history has been created since then and will be written about soon. Islam is new to all of us just as the idea of same sex marriage, and the increase in poverty, an African-American president. The truth is always the winner in any debate, and the brain washing occurring in Brevard County will be exposed for what it is. This country was the result of people looking for freedom to think, behave, and react to oppressive forces; i.e. the Church of England, the Monarchy, and other works of darkness. I would not hesitate to tell my 3 daughters to think twice before permitting the teaching of Islam in the classroom. The truth of our nation is being robbed from us and we need writers of this character to defend the truth, and send others packing back to the Ottoman empire.
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