Guilty: Liberal

Guilty: Liberal "Victims" and Their Assault on America

by Ann Coulter
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Guilty: Liberal "Victims" and Their Assault on America 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 174 reviews.
lakergirl03 More than 1 year ago
The fact that people who don't read her books feel they need to comment on Ann says alot about the power she has. She tells the truth,isn't afraid to be politically incorrect & makes you laugh through the whole book. Ann takes some very dry issues & makes them funny & very interesting to read. I have read all her books & have never been disappointed.Ann is a talented writer w/a lot to say & a humorous way of saying it. Ignore any of the nasty tings you might have heard & give this book a try,you won't be disappointed.
JSC3716 More than 1 year ago
As can be seen in reviews, like the one prior to this, Ann know how to tweak Liberals. She is as always funny yet truthful. A delightful read. Naturally this will have the lefties crying and whining again, as they always do when the truth is told about them. If only every leftists brother could marry a girl like Ann, I'm sure there would be a lot less lefties in the world. I look forward to her next book.
Twilightreader09 More than 1 year ago
I'm glad she came out with another one. I find myself more and more interested in political books, NOT Obama's but one's with wit. I actually am a liberal and love to hear both sides. I think it keeps the mind sharp and its the way more people should think.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Ann Coulter does what she always does: challenges the things you thought you always believed. She doesn't care that you don't agree and she certainly doesn't care that your masculinity is called into check while she dances intellectual circles around you. "Guilty" is the same scathing narrative you've come to expect and love from Coulter, but this time she's directed her venom towards the liberal media. Never a popular subject among liberals, Coulter dissects the coverage of a myriad of sensationalized news stories and blasts the "victims" that same media force-feeds the general population in the form of "hard-hitting news."

Not only is this book hilarious, though only if you are either conservative or an intelligent enough liberal, but it's also extremely well-documented. A recommended read to anyone who is disgusted by the blurred line between entertainment and actual news.
Mike55 More than 1 year ago
it is always amazing to me to see the lengths that liberals will go to to spread their hate mongering views on others. I guess they hate Ann Coulter and her new book because it is true! Is it difficult to hear? maybe but that doesn't negate its truth. I think liberals need to get a passing familiarity with the US Constitution, and the writings of the founding fathers who stressed liberty, freedom, and the free market economy. The emphasis is on the individual and not the oppressive federal government that they were seeking to break away from. Conservatism is true Americanism, while liberalism is a call for the return of the oppressive intrusive government.

This book is excellent at exposing the challenges of society, and the victim mindset of liberalism, and how it is infecting our nation. If you want something in America you have to work for it, and that is the core of conservatism, hard work, family values, and a commitment to national security. liberals can keep hating Ann, Rush, and Sean, but they are still right!
mattinva More than 1 year ago
Ann takes a lot of heat for her in-your-face writing style. But there's no doubting the accuracy of her work. If you don't believe her, there are numerous footnotes that support nearly every paragraph in the book.

Guilty's chapter on single mothers is a great example. Many people are howling in outrage that she would target single moms. But study after study shows that children from mom-only households are more likely to wind up in jail, in poverty, abused, commit violent crime, earn less, etc. That's not a judgement on any individual mother. That's just fact. Kids from 2-parent households are much more likely to succeed.
AmericanVA More than 1 year ago
I haven't had the opportunity to read the book yet, but I look forward to it. As a gay man in America, who happens to be quite conservative, I, too am appalled at all the liberal crybabies who think they deserve everything without having to actually lift a finger to get it. Be grateful you live in this amazing country where you can piss and moan all you want without consequence. But, please, allow everyone the same freedoms as you. We worship God. You don't have to. You have that right. Amazing isn't it. We want to protect our borders. You don't have to want the same thing. Again, amazing isn't it. More power to Ann for writing what's on her mind. You don't have to like it or read it. Amazing country that we live in. You have a choice. Liberals are selfish. Everything is about them. Think big picture. Think long term. Keep writing Ann.
Capitalist More than 1 year ago
Common sense and keen observations. What a relief!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Very current witty view of today's America, especially the Liberal/Conservative argument. Coulter brings home data-based points (with references) as opposed to opinions to complete a strong statement about politics and the media today.
George_Ranson_Jr More than 1 year ago
While Ann may occasionally go a few steps too far even for my conservative taste, she certainly can hit her mark. I knew I had to buy this book after reading the review of "Anonymous" (such a stout-hearted nom de plume) above. As they say, "the truth hurts" and all of the seething vitriol from the left (including you, Anonymous) is all the sales pitch any good conservative should need.
BobbyJay More than 1 year ago
Great detailed chronology of the far left liberal mendecant mentality .. Ayn Rand would be proud of Ann .. This book is a view into the future should the current administration and the liberal Congress continue their march toward Socialism ..
ron_weasley_fan More than 1 year ago
You either love Ann or hate her. Liberals hate her, and she loves that I'm sure. Here's the thing about this book: it is loaded with FACTS! It's in Ann's style, yes. She is witty and conservative, no denying it. But, in this book, she has all the facts right there to make a fair-minded liberal gap with his mouth open, stammering away to find an out (the only problem is there is no such thing as a fair-minded liberal, but that's something entirely different). If you've never tried an Ann Coulter book, try this one.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was my first Ann Coulter book that I have read and I have found it to be very interesting. I really found that her arguments were very interesting. I liked hearing a different point of view than what we hear everyday on the news. She challenge many in this book, which I liked reading about. She made very valid points that she had back with hardcore facts and made her sources known. This in my opinion was a good choice to read, and to hear another person that challenged what so many believe.
VMAlaska More than 1 year ago
Statistics on social problems related to cheildren of unwed mothers is astounding. Certainly brings into focus the damage government entitlement programs have brought to US society, the injury to our economy, and collective value system. Recommend it to anyone - even if they feel they typically disagree with Ann Coulter's views.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Of course I knew going in that I would agree with the author. Which could make any book pretty dull. But I was most impressed with the way she nailed every point with name and date.
Tunguz More than 1 year ago
Many people, and not just liberal, see red when the name of Ann Coulter is brought up. This has very little to do with the design of her book covers, and everything to do with the perception of her being unduly confrontational and mean-spirited. And yet many of her critics when pressed are seldom able to come up with any particular statement of hers that is outrageous, but rather relay and hearsay and other secondary sources. Granted, she does make many outlandish statements, but they are made as a joke and people who take them too seriously usually don't have very good sense of humor or are unable to appreciate irony. What her critics usually don't hold against her is the factual validity of her writing. Unlike many other pundits with a few books credited to their name, Ann writes and researches all of her books on her own. Despite the healthy dose of humor in her writing, she is not an author of light-reading material. There is a lot of thought-provoking stuff in her books. "Guilty" is no exception. From the opening pages till the end it presents the reader with some of the more outrageous behaviors that have either been neglected or downright praised by the media. The most outrageous of these is the recent cult of single motherhood. As Ann points out, being brought up by a single mother is one of the most significant risk factors for all sorts of problems later on in life. There are many women who with no fault of their own end up raising children on their own, but these are not the women that Ann has an issue with. What's at stake are the women who choose to raise their children with no father around, and these women are increasingly lauded as role models in today's culture. This trend has negative consequences that are already being felt, but are likely only to get worse in the upcoming years. Unfortunately, most of those who criticize Ann for this book miss the point that she was trying to make. This is just one of the examples of the material that is covered in the book. It will inform you, entertain you and outrage you - all at the same time. We are fortunate to have someone like Ann write about these things.
Book_Listener More than 1 year ago
I was almost overwhelmed at the detail in Ann's research. Unfortunately, it simply made me feel powerless to do anything about the presented problems in our government. With all of the recent talk about Iran's potential "revolution", I'm beginning to think that the U.S. is ready for one as well.
TBMO More than 1 year ago
As usual, Ann Coulter provides a witty and irreverent classic on things political. Her research and backgrounding is, as usual, thorough and complete. A very provocative read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Another good book by Ann Coulter. She always writes what I am thinking - wish I could express myself like she does! Never politically correct which is why I like her writing.
DFWReader More than 1 year ago
Ann Coulter can be sarcastic and edgy in person and in print but you have to read her books to know she's also smart and witty as all get out. Her research is thorough and enlightening, even if you think her opinions go too far. Reading Coulter's books is my Guilty pleasure.
MOMATSEVENGATES More than 1 year ago
Go Ann!!!! Bring us some more. We all need to hear more truth and start thinking for oursleves--you inspire that kind of reation.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I bought this book for my husband and he loved it . Read it every weekend until it was done. Now it is my turn. Great for discussion among an appreciative crowd. Liberals would hate it. It paints a very realistic picture of what is going on out there for all those people who love to put their heads in the sand!! Time to look up!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anyone who follows the media and politics has long known much of what Ann Coulter writes in this book. Her research and references are well-documented, as usual, with her acerbic wit a little more hyperbolic than usual. I expect more from her books, insights and connections that are not this easy to pick up from other sources. For those who don't understand the Conservative complaints about the Liberal media, this work provides good examples.
BitsyB More than 1 year ago
Ann Coulter is not for the sheepish! Her razor sharp tongue leaves the foe bleeding. I knew much of what she mentions, but I did learn many new things about the left's plan to socialize our country.
ConservativeinMA More than 1 year ago
If it weren't for Ann Coulter and a few other conservative pundits we would be hard pressed to find true reporting. The left uses smoke and mirrors to cloud issues that don't paint a rosy picture of themselves and the media are complicit. I love the tone, she writes like she speaks, you can hear her voice. This is an eye-opening book, filled with information everyone should know about. Conservative in Massachusetts