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The book that started it all!

Ann Coulter's debut, High Crimes and Misdemeanors: The Case Against Bill Clinton, is written with Coulter's trademark irreverent wit and now available as an audiobook narrated by one of her biggest fans, Steven Roy Grimsley.

Readers of Ann Coulter's best-selling Slander will love High Crimes and Misdemeanors. In this New York Times best-seller, Coulter mercilessly pillories Bill Clinton and examines his abuses and excesses of power point by point. She also shreds every conceivable defense of the Clintons as she probes the major Clinton scandals of the 1990s, including Monica, Filegate, the China connection, the travel office snafu, and the fundraising fiascoes.

©1998 Anne H. Coulter (P)2014 Regnery Publishing

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"Kiss It"

What did you love best about High Crimes and Misdemeanors?

Even though Clinton turned the people’s house (White House) into the party capital of the country, I could not stop thinking how simple life was back then.

What did you like best about this story?

With the headlines of today, beheadings, burning people alive, sex in the oval office seems tame.

What’s the most interesting tidbit you’ve picked up from this book?

Yes, Bill Clinton should have been impeached and Hillary should be in jail for Whitewater, but the world was a better place.

Any additional comments?

I don’t think Coulter intended this book as a comedy, but as compared to today’s headlines, I found it a wonderful read and a history of a world I long for.

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The things you only thought you knew

This in depth look at the Clinton machine exposes the corrupt nature of real and perceived absolute power at the highest level of government. Ann Coulter explains it all in a straight and compelling work of art. Going beyond what the MSM only reported, this is an important view and telling of some of the most troubling political abuses of all time.

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  • Mr. E. Sheffield
  • 03-08-16

Excellent reading, complex story good repetition

MUST KNOW: Christopher Hitchens' book complements this one, I would say listen to him first to know how to feel about the topic then this one to learn the order of events in more detail.
GOOD TO KNOW: The reader is very good, as required, the story is legalistic in style. There is actually some repetitive parts, not really the best bits either. but that repetition keeps the listener aware of the points being made throughout. Lewinsky is not covered but other scandals are in great detail, very nice to see detail on comparison of Johnson and Nixon against Clinton which is what I bought the book for.