As a frequent reader of nearly any political history, satire or analysis, I found Ann Coulter's new book to be even less interesting and more polemic then Treason and Slander. It feels like a homework assignment that was hastily turned in. Also, I'm politically moderate (socially liberal, VERY economically conservative) so although I enjoy a good solid rant and sharp satire, most of this book is just hateful psycho-babble. I was expecting a better counterpoint to Al Franken, Michael Moore etc and this just isn't it. You may enjoy it though if you just hate liberals and want to hear someone confirm what you already know or think you know.
I am an occasional follower of politics and onthe off chance I pick up a book about politics I like to find that there is a lot of substance between its covers. This book had none (note: I barely got through it because it was more or less calling liberals stupid without justification then anything else). So, if you hate liberals and want a book to tell you "you're right" blindly and not challenge your ideas then this is the book for you.
Ann Coulter would have you think that any Democrat alive today who is for "liberal" policies like equal rights, women's right to vote, and eliminating racism are enemies of the state. It is dreadful to think that our country produced this vile bag of putrid. It's a great book if you love hate. If you want knowledge (or, preferably) wisdom that will inform you on politics today, I would suggest starting with the US Constitution, Fulbright's writings in 1966, The Holy Bible, or the writing of the Dalai Lama. Make love, not war... Peace.