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children of the corn, with a platform … Everyone wants everyone else fired. No one rests until they get a scalp of contrition, a symbol of victory revealing to all that you just bested someone you don’t like.”
Hm. Sound familiar? Such a touchy world. The 216-page hardcover or Kindle book is already No. 1 on Amazon’s lists of political books. It homes in on all the selective and creative outrage, says publisher Crown Forum.
“The double standard: You can make fun of Christians, but God forbid Muslims. It’s okay to call a woman any name imaginable, as long as she’s a Republican. And no problem if you’re a bigot, as long as you’re politically correct about it,” the publisher notes.
Mr. Gutfeld begins a brief national book tour at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, Calif., on Nov. 26. two years ago in Rolling Stone magazine, to be replaced by then-Gen. David H. Petraeus. About 88 percent of Americans who voted in the presidential election support national standards for voting, including the hours polls are open, who is eligible to vote, and the design of ballots, according to a new poll by the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation. Currently, rules and procedures differ from one community to another.
Majorities of Republicans, Democrats and independents also support consistent standards, as do voters from “all races, genders, incomes, and geographic regions,” the survey found.
“On the heels of an election that required some Americans to endure a long line to cast their vote and others to face confusing new requirements, the message from this poll is clear. Our democracy and our electorate deserve better rules and procedures for efficiently administering federal elections,” says MacArthur President Robert Gallucci.