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Publisher's Summary

A woman of contradictions, "a gun-toting, lesbian, feminist, voted-for-Reagan activist", Tammy Bruce is standing in line to become the next Ann Coulter. The "left wing" is engaged in an enormous conspiracy to make moral values relative, to undercut pride and patriotism in our country, to destroy Christian ideology at any cost, to pollute the minds of our youth by means of leftist professors who rewrite history, and to hijack the justice system through morally bankrupt trial lawyers and sophistical arguments. Bruce's key example is Bill Clinton, whose time unzipped in the Oval Office dealt a heavy blow to our values as a nation. Simultaneously shocking, engrossing, and liable to fill you with fury at "the vast left-wing conspiracy", Bruce's book tells it like it really is.
©2003 Tammy Bruce; (P)2004 Books on Tape
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Critic Reviews

"Bruce presents the evidence of cultural warfare pretty comprehensively and makes her take on it feisty, riveting reading." (Booklist)
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By Mike on 04-19-06

From the mouth of a BABE!

She's good looking, a lesbian, she has a unique perspective on current events, and she can back it up with history. This is a Democrat that longs for what Democrats used to stand for. I would reccommend this to anyone, especially for my fellow conservatives who think that all liberals have lost it. There is hope for all of us, and Tammy Bruce shows that.

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By Book and Movie Lover on 07-26-04

A thoughtful analytical review of moral relativism

There were so many "AHA" moments in this book. I thought it was a great analysis of our society from what you might think is the unusual perspective of a lesbian Republican. (after you listen to the book you may not think that it's so unusual for a lesbian to be a conservative.) I first heard about Tammy Bruce on the Dr. Laura Schlessinger show and while I don't rush out and get every book Dr. Laura recommends this one sounded intriguing and was it ever! Ms. Bruce describes how "damaged" people have control over the left and are because of their skewed perspective are trying to take us all down with them. She cites case after case of crazy incidents (like how Maxine Waters came out and said the LA riots were just some poor black women going out looking for milk for their babies)! A must read!

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By Nicholas on 09-11-06

Bolshy!

Yep shes peeved. The American left have wound this woman up something chronic. This book is a catalogue of stories interlinked by the authors insight of what she saw from the inside (as a feminst lesbian activist) of what she describes as the corrupt and morally bankrupt left liberals of America.

Full of venom and bite, in some ways this book is like a prolonged Daily Mail article. The kind that makes you want to give the world a kick up the behind.

There is a great deal of sarcastic humour, some of the incidents described made me howl (and cringe) - like the distasteful episode of the college art student who passed his course by defacating infront of an audience (it was art).

Other stories made my blood boil, with a particularly brutual description of an horrific murder and the black rights activists support of the perpetrator.

I liked this book. In our morally realtive and religion free times, it is a refreshing stamp of what is right and what went wrong.

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