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Ann Coulter's "Godless"

The lamestream media told you:

Ann Coulter's new book, "Godless, The Church of Liberalism," has started a cat fight between author Coulter and Hillary R. Clinton, over Coulter's frank characterizations of widows who have become millionaires and are using their husbands' deaths to promote various political causes.

Cindy Sheehan, whose activity has estranged her husband and entire family, and several wives of men lost in the World Trade Center attacks, are singled out by Coulter, and Coulter is being chastised for it by both Mrs. Clinton and news-media "experts" with access to huge audiences of their own.

The Uninvited Ombudsman notes however that:

While Coulter grabs headlines, Jeff Cooper, "The Father of the Modern Technique of Shooting," has re-released his remarkable guide to surviving a gunfight, which had gone out of print despite ongoing demand. "News" outlets nationally failed to make note of the new edition of "Principles of Personal Defense."

Although it features similar elements to the Coulter-Clinton debacle, with chapters such as "Ruthlessness," "Aggressiveness," and "Surprise," in detailing the brutal tactics needed to dominate an enemy bent on killing you, editors everywhere overlooked it and featured the attractive, slim blonde's book instead.

In other news, a new expanded edition of "You and the Police," a masterful treatment of how to handle a traffic stop or other encounter with police officers, was also ignored in the "news" media's rush to attack (or endorse) Coulter's work.

Written by national provocateur Boston T. Party (the nom de plume of Kenneth Royce), the book offers suggestions especially for Americans who travel armed and may need advice on handling aggressive negative attitudes by some officials when it comes to guns.

Both books are immediately available from Bloomfield Press (linked below), though the Coulter book is not, a point also missed by the national "news" media.

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