Typically acerbic Coulter humor. At once, insightful, bitingly wicked, and hilarious. It would simply be funny if so much of it was not true. If you are from the left side of the aisle you better put on your thick skin. Likely though, if you are you haven't shelled out the coin for this book.
Coulter just cracks me up. It's kind of a guilty pleasure though 'cause she spews the venom with such zeal. Though she has her tongue firmly planted in her cheek the truth is there. If you lean leftward you may find her style objectionable. She is entertaining and that is how I approached this work. I wasn't disappointed.
Make sure you understand the basis for this book. It's not about getting your stuff organized. It's about restoring order to YOU from a spiritual perspective. Good stuff and helps you focus on what is truly important: God, faith, family, others, and how to align what you do with your core values. Very enjoyable and insightful.
The only thing I was whining about after listening to this book was wasting my money on it. The author starts out OK but the book devolves into a series of rants and attacks. Basically the author spends the last half of the book whining about others and what is wrong with their positions, points of view, or personal beliefs. I tried to give him the benefit of the doubt but this guy has his own problems. Don't waste your time.
Good primer. Brief and to the point. Not an extensive review or resource though.
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