Although the narrator of this book does a very good job, we Ann Coulter fans still respond best to the cynical edge of the author's voice.
One minor factual nitpick --- unusual, given Ms. Coulter's strict adherence to facts --- a curious reference is made to an assassination attempt on Teddy Roosevelt's life in "1921" as he was "serving a third term". TEDDY Roosevelt never served a third term (only cousin FDR ever did). The assassination attempt was in 1912, when TR was RUNNING for a third term (and SECOND election, since his first term was the fulfillment of William McKinley's term, follwing McKinley's assassination), having been out of office since January of 1909. TR died in 1919, two years before the stated year of 1921. Perhaps the reader inadvertently reversed the last two digits, or maybe an editor or Ms. Coulter herself did so. But, the statement about Teddy Roosevelt's SERVING a thrid term is inaccurate.
Otherwise, Coulter at her finest.
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