Any review that says they liked her other books but disliked this one is not being honest. This was one of her best (if not THE best) book. Its hard to rate them because the topics are so varied and are all of the same general style but if she has "bad" books, this most certainly is not one of them. If I had to pick a bad book from her I would have to say one of the article compilation books, and ONLY because they aren't new material just her putting a year or so worth of her newspaper articles into hardback.
This book reminded me why Ann Coulter is the most insightful political commentator today. There has NEVER been someone like her. She makes so many subtle points in Mugged that you have to read it more than once to "get" while also making you laugh.
This was very informative. I like how fact based Ann's books are and Mugged is full of detailed info on the subject.
Great read. Well-written and well-documented. Another gem by Ann Coulter. Definitely worth a listen.
Ann Coulter reads the story herself, and the way she tells the story, bring a lot to the table.
Thats the DEMS hijacked the civil rights issues.
The depth of the detail of her facts make her arguments for her. She does all the research. Her conclusions are based on facts, and she clearly spells them out. She never follows through an idea without backing them up with the facts to support them. It really makes her books necessary reading for anyone searching for the truth.
You can't absorb all the information in one sitting. I would say you need to listen to this book more than once, and you'll enjoy doing so over and over again. Thats how good this book was.
Ann Coulter's books are wonderful. She has a way of telling a story, supported completely by the facts. It makes you think. It tells you things you definitely didn't already know. She has a unique prospective to any topic. Having her influence the political debate, whether you agree with her or not, is a great thing for our society. Because she has the facts to support her arguments, its difficult for the opposition to win with simply commentary.
Ann Coulter reveals the truth: and the truth is that there are those in America who stir up racial tensions to serve their own purposes. The media purposley select certain stories, often leaving certain facts out to create the perception of white people hate black people and do not want them to succeed in life. If you read Mugged you will understand that we have been duped.
The liberal left want everyone to think they are the party of the Minorities, but they also want the minorities to stay in the place the liberals put them. They do not want to have to contend with them. They will also sell them out if the issue they are fighting at the moment requires a sacrificial lamb. It is more loving to tell a people, pull yourself up, work hard, and no one will ever take what you have earned. No one in the USA is holding minorities down except the modern left!!
The meeting called by Spiro Agnew on the assassination of Martin Luther King
Her voice inflection adds immensely to the experience. Her passin for the subject comes through in her words.
No, it made me think.
Well, first, most people can't handle the Truth. If that's you, you're not going to like this book. On the other hand, if you find an unvarnished , fact-filled narrative of the past 40 years refreshing, it is a book well worth listening to.
Ms. Coulter hammers away relentlessly, as is her style, and presents fact after fact, irrefutably.
I very much enjoy Coulter's work, and I believe I have every one of her audiobooks.
If you have your head buried in the sand , or refuse to believe reality when it slaps you in the face, this is not the book for you.
On the other hand , if you want to face reality, and confront our social and fiscal problems head-on, I suggest you start with her first book, and work your way up from there.
For those so inclined , another , quite different viewpoint , can be found in an excellent
audio book , by Alfonzo Rachel.
Yes. There is so much information. I want to re listen so I can write down the cases and research them myself. I also want to read the books written by other authors she mentions.
The overwhelming evidence of media bias. The shameless race baiting by liberal journalists. They salivate over human misery and create it when it doesn't exist. They will not allow racism to die. They lie. They sympathize with murderers. They are the worst racists of all. They use race to leverage power, and they know they can use racial demagoguery to simultaneously increase power amongst their piers and bully dissenters into silence.
I like watching Ann being interviewed, she is really funny. This is no different.
Yes and no. It is very interesting, but also made me so disgusted I had to take a break now and then.
Like I said, this book will make you sick, in a good way, and it is oddly empowering. If what Ann says is true, then we should all be truly brave like Ann Coulter because to do anything less is cowardly and complicit with the worst kind of bigotry, racism, and evil.
The facts and supporting details of how the DNC have taken advantage of minorities for years.
Good job, Ann. Good emotion.
It made me angry at the DNC's exploitation of minorities.
Read this book!
Yes, because Ann reads it with a passion you could not get from just reading the book
Ann Coulter is my favorite character because you does her homework and lets the facts speak for themselves. She exposes Liberal lies and half truths with facts and then shows how the liberal media is pushing the racial card even when there is not racist component of the story.
Both her research backed by real facts and the way she is unafraid to speak the truth on how the liberal initiative to supposedly help the blacks has and continues to hurt them. It hurts them as individuals, as a minority group, and ultimately is the very thing that keeps them from progressing like other minority groups in America such as the Asian emigrants.
What you hear is not what you always see.
Great Book that should be taught in schools instead of the liberal agenda topics.