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Read this a long time ago and you would eally have to be a hard core political nerd with an affinity for Texas hijinks to appreciate Ivins essays However no author has ever made me laugh as hard as she has She is very much missed This is a book of Molly s columns from 1991 to 1993 It covers the presidential campaigns of Bush Clinton and Ross Perot The principal difference between then and 2016 is that the ichest 1 percent then only owned 40 percent of the nation s wealth not the 90 percent that Sanders uotes today The other problems guns gridlock money in politics seem not to have changed at all I can t decide whether Molly would have despaired or just laughed it off This is a collection of columns Molly Ivins wrote from 1991 to 1993 and I had forgotten a lot of the shenanigans that p Let me start this discussion by pointing out that I am not antigun I m pro knife Consider the merits of the knifeIn the first place you have to catch up with someone in order to stab him A general substitution of knives for guns. Molly Ivins one of the nation's toughest and funniest political observers is back with some of her illuminating commentary about the state of our governmentFollowing the terrific success of the unaway bestseller Molly Ivins Can't Say That Can She this biting new collection of provocative writings takes a piercing look at a new egime of leaders and contains fearless hilarious writing from deep in the heart of Texas Nothin' But Good Times Ahead features Ivins's writing about the wild 1992 presidential campaign including her profiles of fellow Texan Ross Perot as well as Presiden.
Y lowballs her attacks on the guy til they e mostly of the Gosh That President varietyI also didn t care much for Ivins writing style in general The columns had a habit of ending abruptly with no summation or true analysis I could find and overall they were a tough slog I started this book January 2nd and it took me til last Saturday to finish it I kept feeling like it was some type of terrible assigned eading for a class I forgot I signed up for There are a few standout pieces one where Ivins does indeed ip Camille Paglia a new one one on women s The Sky Weaver (Iskari, rights a profile of Sam Houston and an astonishingly good one about the Waco tragedy The last is possibly worth the price of admission but this is one book that s headed to the sale pile Molly Ivins was the Texas liberal of Texas liberals Her wit was clever and often cutting but never lacking for a foundation She had the power to be a giant killer but she also held a sympatheticegard for those who were targets of her columns Fun was never had at the expense of wisdo. Hill's Allegations Hit a Nerve with Many Kinds of Women Dallas Times Herald 102191; Gibber Other Misdemeanors The Texas Observer nd; I Am the Cosmos Mother Jones October 1991; United We Stand Divided and Durn Proud of It Fort Worth Star Telegram 7592; With US Media Malice is Absent But so is Attention Fort Worth Star Telegram 92092; Madonna and Other Arthurs Progressive January 1993; They're Regulating Everything Plus the Kitsch in Sync Dallas Times Herald 51792; Who Am I What Am I Doing Here Progressive December 1992; Thank you George Dan Marilyn Fort Worth Star Telegram 11269.
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Would promote physical fitness We d turn into a whole nation of great unners Plus knives don t icochet And people are seldom killed while cleaning their knivesSynopsis A collection of newspaper columns from the early 90s by the late great political commentator Molly Ivins I Niko remember first hearing about Molly Ivinsight around the time these columns were set so late 80s early 90s in my last year of high school maybe and while I didn t Exploring Microsoft Office 2016 Volume 1; MyLab IT with Pearson eText--Access Card--for Exploring Microsoft Office 2016 read any of her work then Iemember hearing about what a stir she was creating on the political commentating scene simply by being critical of George Bush Sr Later on as the Cult of Molly grew I heard about her groundbreaking liberal voice and how daring her criticisms were etc etc And now I ve actually gotten around to POV reading her work I just don t get what the fuss is all aboutIt s true that not many people were being openly critical of Bush Sr and we never heard from the ones who criticized W for a variety ofeasons I didn t find much here to get all up in arms about She eall. T Clinton's early days in Washington Molly Ivins has sharpened her pencil once again and establishes herself as a national treasure and one of the savviest thinkers in AmericaMolly Ivins Can't Say That Can She is also available from Random House AudioBooksAcknowledgmentsBeing an Arthur Mother Jones JanFeb 1992; Deep in the Heart Mother Jones AprilMay 1992; Good Morning Fort Worth Glad to be Here Fort Worth Star Telegram 3192; The ueen and the Reunion A Veddy Interesting Contrast Dallas Times Herald 52691; Reindeer are Counted Better than Homeless Fort Worth Star Telegram 122292;.
American newspaper columnist political commentator and best selling author from Austin Texas