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by Molly Ivins

  • ISBN: 0517164299
  • Category: Humor
  • Author: Molly Ivins
  • Subcategory: Humor
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Random House Value Publishing (November 22, 1995)
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In Nothin' But Good Times Ahead, Ivins proved that no one has a steadier gaze or a quicker trigger finger, as she hits the bull's-eye in such targets as George Bush, Bill Clinton, Camille Paglia, the Clarence Thomas hearings, and the ethics-twisting, pols of her beloved Texas. Here's Molly on: The 1992 Republican Convention: "Many people did not care for Pat Buchanan's speech; it probably sounded better in the original German.

Molly Ivins Can't Say That, Can She? was on the New York Times bestseller list for over twelve months. Well, as they often say in Amarillo, "Plus ca change, plus c'est la meme chose". The field about her was strewn with the wounded carcasses of the Bushwazee, members of the Texas Legislature, and assorted other scoundrels, while the state of Texas, the democratic process, and Ann Richards had never looked better. Nothin' but Good Times Ahead is Molly Ivins's second collection, and she hasn't stopped callin' 'em as she sees 'em.

Nothin' But Good Times book There is nothing worse than a political analyst or pundit who looks down on the people and places they write about

Nothin' But Good Times book. Molly Ivins has sharpened her pencil once again and establishes herself as a national treasure, and one of the savviest thinkers in America. There is nothing worse than a political analyst or pundit who looks down on the people and places they write about. No matter how much I might disagree with some of the stuff that comes out of rural Texas, there is nothing worse or more off-putting than condescension.

In Nothin' But Good Times Ahead.

Molly Ivins Can’t Say That, Can She? (1991) - Nothing But Good Times Ahead (1995) - You Gotta Dance With Them That Brung Ya: Politics in the Clinton Years (1998) - Shrub: The Short But Happy Political Life of George.

Molly Ivins Can’t Say That, Can She? (1991) - Nothing But Good Times Ahead (1995) - You Gotta Dance With Them That Brung Ya: Politics in the Clinton Years (1998) - Shrub: The Short But Happy Political Life of George W. Bush (2000) - Bushwacked: Life in George W. Bush's America (2003) - Who Let The Dogs In: Incredible Political Animals I Have Known (2004) - Bill of Wrongs: The Executive Branch's Assault o. HELLRAISERS" PACKAGE - Take 2 We'll send you a full set of Molly’s books (paperback collection).

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In Nothin' But Good Times Ahead, Ivins proved that no one has a steadier gaze or a quicker trigger finger, as she hits the bull's-eye in such targets as George Bush, Bill Clinton, Camille Paglia, the Clarence Thomas hearings, and the ethics-twisting, pols of her beloved Texas.

In Nothin But Good Times Ahead, Ivins proved that no one has a steadier gaze or a quicker trigger finger, as she hits the bulls-eye in such targets as George Bush, Bill Clinton, Camille Paglia, the Clarence Thomas hearings, and the ethics-twisting, pols of her beloved Texas. Heres Molly on: The 1992 Republican Convention: Many people did not care for Pat Buchanans speech; it probably sounded better in the original German

Molly Ivins Can't Say That, Can She? was on the New York Times bestseller list for over twelve months. Well, as they often say in Amarillo, "Plus ca change, plus c'est la meme chose.

Born in California and raised in Texas, Ivins attended Smith College and the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. She began her journalism career at the Minneapolis Tribune where she became the first female police reporter at the paper. Ivins joined The Texas Observer in the early 1970s and later moved to The New York Times



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