8 edition of Molly Ivins can"t say that, can she? found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||F391.2 .I95 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 284 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||284|
|LC Control Number||92050107|
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Molly Ivins CAN say that and does say it wonderfully. Ivins will capture you in her down home warmth and sharp wit and extreme intelligence. Read more. Helpful. Comment Report abuse. Kohn. out of 5 stars Molly Ivins is sorely missed.
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Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Molly Ivins Can't Say That, Can She?/5(57). Rest assured, if someone thinks Molly Ivins 'can't say that' she will. This book was written in the early 90's and focuses on Texas government shenanigans - a subject Ivins, who at the time was a political reporter and contributor to several nationally /5.
Molly Ivins began her career in journalism in the complaint department of the Houstonshe became coeditor of The Texas Observer, which afforded her frequent fits of hysterical laughter while covering TexasIvins joined The New York Times as a political next year, she was named Rocky Mountain Bureau Brand: Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group.
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Molly Ivins proves that keen intelligence and a Southern accent are real good buddies She has wise and often hilarious things to say.” –The New York Times Book Review “Wickedly funny.”- Detroit Free Press “Molly Ivins has birthed a book and it is more fun than riding a mechanical bull and almost as dangerous.”.
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Molly Ivins Can’t Say That, Can She. brings us a liberal from that era in American life when the word didn’t automatically call forth the image of an earnest pantywaist lecturing everybody on.
Molly Ivins began her career in journalism in the complaint department of the Houston Chronicle. Inshe became coeditor of The Texas Observer, which afforded her frequent fits of hysterical laughter while covering Texas legislature.
“Molly is hard to figure out,” says Eden Lipson, a New York Times Book Review editor who counts Ivins among her best friends. “She will tell all sorts of stories making Texans out as the. Molly Ivins Can't Say That, Can She. (Book): Ivins, Molly: A collection of writings by a Texan political columnist.
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13 Ways of Looking at the Novel, Jane Smiley. Molly Ivins (Aug. 30, –Jan. 31, ) was a political commentator with a sharp wit—a take-no-prisoners critic of what she considered silly, outrageous, or unfair. Ivins was based in Texas, and both loved and made fun of her state and its culture and politicians.
She's back. Molly Ivins, our most perceptive, outrageously funny political commentator, has given us an uproarious new book. 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 Brand: Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group.
Molly Ivins, (Mary Tyler Ivins), American political satirist (born Aug. 30,Monterey, Calif.—died Jan. 31,Austin, Texas), wrote a newspaper column from a staunchly liberal point of view that mercilessly and humorously skewered politicians in both her home state of Texas and the federal began her career in as a reporter for the.
Molly Ivins. Molly Ivins's two greatest honors, so she said, are that the Minneapolis police force named its mascot pig after her and that she was once banned from Texas A&M's college folks know her, however, as the nationally syndicated editorial columnist for the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
Molly Ivins became a nationally syndicated columnist and author who. When she opined of one Texas legislator that, "If his IQ were any lower, they'd have to water him twice a day," a reader complained, "Molly Ivins can't say that, can she?".
Her first book, Molly Ivins Cant Say That, Can She. spent more than three months on The New York Times bestselln say about George W. Bush after five years of watching him is that if you think his daddy had trouble with the vision thing, waitll you meet this one%().
The dazzling, inimitable Molly Ivins is back, with her own personal Hall of Fame of America's most amazing and outlandish politicians-the wicked, the wise, the witty, and the witless-drawn from more than twenty years of reporting on the folks who attempt to run our government (in some cases, into the ground).Cited by: 2.
Molly Ivins Cant Say That, Can She. de Ivins, Molly y una gran selección de libros, arte y artículos de colección disponible en Molly Ivins' last column About the only politician out there besides Bush actively calling for a surge is Sen.
John McCain. In a recent opinion piece, he wrote: “The presence of additional coalition forces would allow the Iraqi government to do what it cannot accomplish today on its own — impose its rule throughout the country.
It has the subtitle Politics in the Clinton Years. Trouble is, in the week since first arranging to talk with newspaper columnist Molly Ivins about You Got to Dance with Them What Brung You, politics and Clinton both have done a wildand neither Ivins nor anybody else knows if the truck stops here or keeps onfunny, sharp-penned, and.
Molly Ivins said those things she wasn’t allowed to say, and we are here in part because what her humor so often conveyed was livid rage at injustice, and that was goddamn heroic.
Molly Ivins: Let’s talk about Annie. I’ve been writing about her and thinking about her, and what I remember is that the ’90 campaign was so crazy. Oh, yes, much happier. She was free to. Molly Ivins' new book (with co-author Lou Dubose) is Bushwhacked: Life in George W.
Bush's America. Her stories have appeared in Esquire, The Atlantic Monthly, The New York Times Magazine and The Nation. Her other books include Shrub, about presidential candidate Bush, and Molly Ivins Can't Say That, Can She.
Vintage paperback contracts, Molly Ivins Can’t Say That, Can She?, Audiotapes of books, Janu Correspondence regarding untitled book on. Molly Ivins is a nationally syndicated columnist. Her book with Louis Dubose, Shrub: The Short But Happy Political Life of George W.
Bush, is out in paperback. Do you think free access to. Her column is syndicated in more than three hundred newspapers, and her freelance work has appeared in Esquire, The Atlantic Monthly, The New York Times Magazine, The Nation, and Harper's, and other publications.
Her first book, Molly Ivins Can't Say That, Can She?, spent more than a year on the New York Times bestseller list.4/5(). In life and on the printed page, Molly Ivins was too cool to offer a posthumous valedictory (or even to take a victory lap for her many triumphs over inane, vainglorious, and addlepated politicos).
But in Bill of Wrongs, her final and perhaps greatest book, the irrepressible Molly Ivins really does have the last word. From the Hardcover edition.
That is what Molly Ivins does, who she is and why we’re here to say a not-so-simple thank you. Lewis Lapham Lewis Lapham, former editor of Harper's is launching a. Writing in her native "Texlish," Molly Ivins planted herself squarely in the tradition of plain-spoken and earthy American humor, the big river that runs from Mark Twain straight through to Will.
Molly Ivins is a nationally syndicated political columnist who remains cheerful despite Texas politics. She emphasizes the more hilarious aspects of both state and national government, and Author: Molly Ivins.
The Fun’s in the Fight Even when you can’t kick the bad guys where it hurts, you can still have a real gas trying. Molly Ivins Bio. Share on Facebook; Share on Twitter (I’m takin Author: Molly Ivins. Molly Ivins, in her essay, “Get a Knife, Get a Dog, But Get Rid of Guns”, explains her view on gun control laws and states that they should be banned, or at least restricted.
In order to persuade her audience, she uses a number of techniques such as sarcastic humor and general and political examples to prove that guns are lethal and must be. Be outrageous, ridicule the fraidy-cats, rejoice in all the oddities that freedom can produce. And when you get through kickin' ass and celebratin' the sheer joy of a good fight, be sure to tell those who come after how much fun it was.
As quoted by John Nichols, The Nation, Remembering Molly Ivins, Janu Retrieved February 1,