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Losing Our Religion by S.E. Cupp
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Jul 06, 11

Read from June 15 to July 06, 2011 — I own a copy, read count: 1

I was surprised to learn that Cupp is a non-believer. Why would she care about the success of Christianity in America? When it comes down to it, the core of the book expresses the need for a truly fair and balanced media.

There were some points where, even though I agreed with her, I felt like she wasn't really giving enough attention to the opposition's positions. If she had gone a little deeper into their beliefs, it could have made her rebuttals even more powerful.

In the end, I thought her analysis about the mainstream media (that it is anything but mainstream) was well-documented and accurate.

From the Book: "Someone once said to me that there are two groups that you're allowed to make fun of now without getting in trouble: Christians and Southerners. It's true - but it doesn't have to be."
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