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Never Trust a Liberal Over Three --Especially a Republican

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You have NEVER seen Coulter like this before! Coulter is uncensored, unapologetic, and unflinching in her ruthless mockery of liberals, sissies, morons, hypocrites, and all other species of politician.

Coulter doesn’t stop at the politicians, though. Watch her skewer pundits, salesmen, celebrities, and bureaucrats with ruthlessness and hilarity. No topic is safe! This is Co
Hardcover, 390 pages
Published 2013 by Regnery Publishing
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Mike (the Paladin)
Apr 28, 2014 Mike (the Paladin) rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: political
Every time I rate or review an Ann Coulter book mostly I spend the time just trying to get people to read them before they decide what they "think" about them. Of course it would be more accurate to say "how they feel about them.

Same here. This isn't really "new" in that it's more a collection of Ann's writings that have been compiled.

That said her style is still here...and for many that's the problem. Even if Ann gets the facts right the fact that she's very in your face, goes for the laugh an
Mar 24, 2014 John rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: politics
I'm not big on reading “columns,” but Ann Coulter’s work is not-to-be-missed, regardless of what form it takes. Here’s something you might not know about Ann: she’s really funny. Her most vocal detractors tend to be people who lack both a sense of humor and the ability to recognize sarcasm when they see/hear it. For some reason, many people perceive conservatives as being unaware of how to successfully tell jokes or make nuanced arguments. For anyone with an open mind, this book will prove other ...more
Popzara Press
Oct 23, 2013 Popzara Press rated it liked it
It’s her interpretation of said facts that has made her such a firebrand, of course, and that fire still burns bright in her tenth book, a collection of her syndicated columns, Never Trust a Liberal Over 3 - Especially a Republican. I’m tempted to call it “The First Ann Coulter Book Your Liberal Friends Can Enjoy In Public!”, but that’s like expecting veggie burgers at Burger King to convert your vegan friends to the joys of carnivorism. Yes, Republicans, RINOS, and other GOP losers get their ch ...more
Apr 26, 2014 Kristen rated it did not like it
I can't believe I wasted time and brain power reading this. What an utterly useless piece of literature. Do people actually take this woman seriously?
John Harder
Aug 07, 2014 John Harder rated it really liked it
Never Trust a Liberal Over Three, Especially a Republican is a compilation articles – there is no grand theme as in many of her previous books. The title certainly indicates that Ann believes that many Republicans are liberals (I agree most are).

It is odd however that Ann supports Governor Christie, certainly not a conservative. She defends candidates giving up their staunch conservative stance in order to win in blue states – elections mean something and this is a reflection of her “realpoliti
Don Weidinger
Mar 29, 2014 Don Weidinger rated it it was amazing
history written by pushy liberals with tenure, for liberal ideas to work important to not remember what happened yesterday, control lives drama queens attention getters diversity intolerance, 64Johnson destroyed black family, Andrew Cuomo 2001 increased subsidized lending, dems are rich wall street and low-info the party that opposed slavery with racial programs and the nra helped oppose, 74dems killing fields of southeast asia, LBJ Vietnam 400K Obama Afghan 2167/year, Clinton advisor Larry Flin ...more
Lacy Beatty
Jan 09, 2016 Lacy Beatty rated it it was ok
This was probably an odd choice in books as I am very liberal. But I used to be very conservative and it was by listening to both sides of the issues and remaining openminded that I changed my views. I still strive to be openminded so I got this book. And I definitely agreed with her criticism and outrage on some points. Honestly, I probably would have even rated it 3 stars if it wasn't for her vile name-calling and bashing of everyone. And I do mean everyone. I'm not sure whom she does like. Sh ...more
Петър Стойков
Ан Коултър много обича да плюе по либералите (така в американската политика наричат социалистите), за което е доста недолюбвана в техните среди, а съответно и в медиите (ама за съвместимостта на социалистическата и популистичната политика със мисленето в заглавия на журналистите - друг път).

Тоя път обаче тя насочва острия си език (перо, клавиатура...?) към собствената си партия, критикувайки републиканците, които предават принципите си. Книгата е в крачка с новата тенденция на Ан Коултър от годи
Stephen Boiko
May 12, 2014 Stephen Boiko rated it it was amazing
Should be listed as Humor.
Will Toms
Nov 09, 2013 Will Toms rated it it was ok
Recommends it for: very quick resale.
America is no longer threatened by Osama Bin Laden. Bill Clinton is no longer receiving oral sex from 'chubby Jewish brunettes' in the Oval office, and the troops are coming home. In other words, things could not be worse for Ann Coulter in 2013.

'Never Trust a Liberal' lacks bite when aimed at less polarizing figures than Islamic terrorists and Michael Moore, and it's a sign that subtlety is either unknown, or uninteresting to Coulter. Venomous outbursts without direction are the hand flapping o
Dec 14, 2014 Jessika rated it did not like it
I wanted to expand my reading genre list and this book sounded interesting.
After reading it, I can definitely say that it is not a book for beginners in politics. I suggest, like a fellow commenter said, take it as a bunch of essays piled into a book. Also, if you are a liberal, independent, or feminist, be prepared to be insulted.
Skylar Burris
Mar 13, 2015 Skylar Burris marked it as unfinished
Shelves: politics
Coulter is usually witty enough to at least be amusing, but this book lacked that for me. When she doesn't have a specific theme (McCarthyism, racial demagoguery, etc.) to develop, there's not much of interest in her writing. This came off too much like a series of rants, and I had to abandon it before completion.
Jim Anderson
Feb 14, 2014 Jim Anderson rated it really liked it
Interesting book. I had the pleasure of seeing her in person at an event in Kansas City and received a signed copy of her book. Like all folks that express their political view, you have to take some of it with a grain of salt, so to speak. I do agree with her on several occasions and appreciate her unpacking some of the facts of events to give me and the readers a broader understanding of the 'facts'. She exposes some 'facts' by some in the political and media arena to be only a portion of the ...more
Apr 13, 2014 Corey rated it it was amazing
I like Ann Coulter and I think she's a riot! However, it's a bit of a cheap shot to release a book where 90 percent of the writing is regurgitated columns that can be read on your website for free. Since I got it from the library, didn't cost anything. But still funny, funny, funny!
Michael Labone
Jun 05, 2014 Michael Labone rated it did not like it
The horrifying thing isn't that Ann Coulter believes what she is saying, it is that she has an audience who believes it too.
Dave Jones
Nov 13, 2013 Dave Jones rated it liked it
This book struck me as a greatest hits. A lot of the chapters were short rehashes of topics she raised in previous books. If you enjoy Ms. Coulter's personal brand of snark, you will probably like this book. If you don't like Ms. Coulter, chances are you wouldn't touch this book with a ten-foot pole but I would encourage everyone to at least read the last chapter which includes an unpublished WSJ interview with her mother as well as her eulogies to her father and her mother. Not mauldin or over ...more
Feb 24, 2015 David rated it it was amazing
Great book! This was a collection of her columns. She has a very objective style to her positions on the issues of today. Ann also has a humorous side to her stories. I especially liked her argument for repealing the 26th amendment, lol.
Feb 06, 2014 goddess rated it really liked it
Shelves: politics, own
Another smash hit from Coulter. Ann is articulate, knowledgeable, hilarious, honest. She shows the fallacies of liberalism by countering their weak arguments, pointing out their flawed thinking, and exposing their sensationalized propaganda. Her one-liners and zingers are so creative (and spot on); she's brilliant. Coulter can pack quite a punch in just one sentence.

This is mainly a collection of her columns, but she's included some fantastic ones. And I loved that she added the columns she wrot
Nathaniel White
Jan 30, 2014 Nathaniel White rated it really liked it
A really good book if you don't read her weekly column, but pretty much just a refresher if you've been a long-time reader of Ann's work.
Jul 09, 2015 Garrett rated it really liked it
A collection of Miss Coulter's columns from the past decade, she is without a doubt the most wickedly funny and brutally honest political commentator on the planet. The only thing keeping this from being five stars is that, like all other books collecting discourse on current events, some articles become a tad dated. There are new intros in the chapters but they add little substance. Particularly moving were the eulogy columns for Anne's parents that end the book. Love her or hate her, there is ...more
Nov 20, 2013 Michael rated it really liked it
Shelves: reviewed
Brutal, accurate, frustrating.

This book is not for the feint of heart. It destroys liberals and default liberals alike. If you, like myself, once just voted "D" by default, before formulating your own opinions, you will perceive only hate herein. If, however, you actively choose rationality (even without a particular "God" bias), you'll recognize that "hate", herein, is nothing more than a tactical reflection of the subtle PC brainwashing that drives intelligent, educated, and yet stupid liberal
Mar 10, 2014 John rated it liked it
I'd have to give this a low three. I still mostly agree with Coulter, but I was disappointed that this was mostly old columns rather than a new work.
Greg Chesser
While there is a lot of good information in this book, her biting sarcasm gets old pretty quick.
Jul 12, 2014 Lee rated it liked it
Shelves: political-books
A collection of Ann’s columns with some new information. What you would expect from her.
Chris Sosa
Oct 30, 2013 Chris Sosa rated it really liked it
Another year, another acerbic and witty series of monstrously offensive Ann Coulter quotes. I won't bother reviewing this entry too specifically as it's just an additional cog in the Coulter wheel. A hilarious cog that doesn't disappoint. Feel free to take a peak at my views on Coulter over at Salon.
Ryan Hastings
Nov 05, 2013 Ryan Hastings rated it it was amazing
Perpetually and dependably well-researched and with astringent delight, she slings spirited invective toward all things liberal. Ann delivers with this epistolary collection of past columns. Rife with one-liners, insults, and put downs, she proves that she is still the political Queen of Mean, and as always, is perfectly charming about it.
Larry Thacker Jr.
Dec 26, 2013 Larry Thacker Jr. rated it it was ok
This is mostly a collection of articles Coulter has written over the past ten years or so. If you are a Coulter fan and would appreciate such a collection, this book is for you. There are many great pieces in it, but it's not truly new material. I was disappointed.
Jul 18, 2014 Katie rated it it was amazing
Shelves: very-good
This book was amazing and seriously blew my mind. In this book, Ann Coulter delved into some of my favorite political topics and explained them flawlessly. Her opinions are hysterical and I love almost every word that comes out of her mouth.

I give this book 4.5 out of 5 stars.
Apr 24, 2016 Martine rated it it was ok
Her modus operandi seems to be a) do thorough research, b) compile really interesting stats and data, c) reach completely illogical conclusion.
Jason Thayer
Dec 03, 2013 Jason Thayer rated it really liked it
Ann's quick wit never fails to delight me. I read her column every week.
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Ann Coulter is the author of seven New York Times bestsellers — Guilty: Liberal Victims and Their Assault on America (January 2009);If Democrats Had Any Brains, They'd Be Republicans (October, 2007); Godless: The Church of Liberalism (June 2006); How to Talk to a Liberal (If You Must)(October, 2004); Treason: Liberal Treachery From the Cold War to the War on Terrorism (June 2003); Slander: Liberal ...more
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