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Author:
Laura Ingraham
ISBN13:
978-1893554658
ISBN:
1893554651
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Encounter Books; Pbk. Ed edition (December 15, 2002)
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In this book, Ingraham peels back Hillary's facade and reveals the self-styled victim behind the public figure.

In this book, Ingraham peels back Hillary's facade and reveals the self-styled victim behind the public figure. Though Hillary touts herself as a political and social progressive, Ingraham shows that she has never progressed beyond a late 1960's mindset, consistent with her feminist sisterhood.

Ingraham launched The Laura Ingraham Show in April 2001. The show was heard on 306 stations and on XM Satellite Radio. The Hillary Trap: Looking for Power in All the Wrong Places, first published June 2000, it was updated and reissued in paperback December 25, 2005. It was originally syndicated by Westwood One, but moved to Talk Radio Network in 2004. In 2012, Ingraham was rated as the No. 5 radio show in America by Talkers Magazine. In November 2012, she announced her departure from Talk Radio Network, declining to renew her contract with TRN after nearly a decade of being associated with the network.

The Hillary Trap book. In The Hillary Trap, journalist and media personality Laura Ingraham turns a razor sharp eye on this view of Hillary and questions her status as a metaphor for the modern empowered woman. This is the Hillary Trap.

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The Hillary Trap: Looking for Power in All the Wrong Places. Booking fees for Laura Ingraham, or any other speakers and celebrities, are determined based on a number of factors and may change without notice. The Challenge of Governing a Country Divided. Pricing often varies according to the circumstances, including the talent's schedule, market conditions, length of presentation, and the location of the event. Shut Up & Sing: How Elites from Hollywood, Politics, and the UN Are Subverting America is the second book written by conservative radio show host Laura Ingraham. Followed by. Power to the People. The book was first published in 2003 by Regnery Publishing, and details Laura's views on people she calls "elites" from the world of politics, to educational institutions, to the entertainment industry.

Her first book The Hillary Trap: Looking for Power in All the Wrong Places was published in June 2000. She is an author of a total of six books including Shut Up & Sing: How Elites from Hollywood, Politics, and the UN Are Subverting America, Power to the People, The Obama Diaries, Of Thee I Zing, and Billionaire at the Barricades. On October 30, 2017, Laura joined Fox News Channel's prime-time lineup as a host of her own show The Ingraham Angle.

ISBN: 1893554651; Издательство: Encounter Books. Hillary Rodham Clinton has been held up as a role model for all women: a career woman who is also a devoted wife and mother, a pro-family feminist, and a child of the 1960s who embodies her generation's dreams of self-reliance and success. Her heart is in the right place, some say, and she stands up for her beliefs whether it wins her friends or enemies.

in All the Wrong Places. 228 pp. New York: Hyperion. Hillary Rodham Clinton has never quite seemed to rise to the level of rancor her critics have directed at her. The quantity of venom just isn't appropriate for a woman who, as her current opponent in the New York Senate race keeps pointing out, hasn't really done much. But reading Laura Ingraham's book, ''The Hillary Trap: Looking for Power in All the Wrong Places,'' clears up the apparent disconnect. Mrs. Clinton, it turns out, is responsible.

In The Hillary Trap, journalist and media personality Laura Ingraham turns a razor sharp eye on this view of Hillary and questions her status as a metaphor for the modern empowered woman. Ingraham suggests that if anything, Hillary's mix of opportunism, acquiescence, and dependency has set women back rather than leading them forward. This is the Hillary Trap.
  • I'm a Laura subscriber and thought right before the election that I wanted Laura to explain Hillary, who I had worried since 1993 might become President. My original position was that Hillary had no agenda other than she thought she deserved it. After reading Laura's book, I understand where Hillary was in the spectrum of Liberals and Socialists with her comic book agenda, but the whole thing about "I deserve it" still remains. Laura had a great deal to say about women's rights and the women who thought they represented them. I plan on reading more of Laura's books.

  • A great deal at twice the price! This book is riveting, factual and well researched. Laura Ingraham is as insightful and witty in this book as she is on her national radio show (The Laura Ingraham Show). Ingraham, in her own strong and independent way, shows us how Hillary's personal and political belief system, if enacted, would only lead the women (and men) of this great country to an even larger dependence on big, ineffectual federal government. Ingraham corroborates and mocks Hillary's policies that would continue to encourage and enable individuals and groups in our culture that depend on this big government e.g. victim groups, union leaders, and individuals who choose the avoidance of personal responsibility, initiative, and personal accountability for victimhood. Hillary is the modern anti-role model for what a successful, fulfilled, independent thinking woman is (in what ever way they choose). Hillary for President? -- If you care about our future and your freedom as an American -- read this book.

  • The book The Hillary Trap, by Laura Ingraham, is a masterfully researched and beautifully written unmasking of Hillary Clinton and her paper-thin iconic status as the national poster-child for radical feminism. In this book, Ingraham peels back Hillary's facade and reveals the self-styled victim behind the public figure.

    Though Hillary touts herself as a political and social progressive, Ingraham shows that she has never progressed beyond a late 1960's mindset, consistent with her feminist sisterhood. Proclaiming herself as the friend and savior of all women, young girls, education, and health system, it soon becomes clear that she is peddling an age old, one-dimensional solution--"You are a victim...big government can fix it!" How does she know this? Because though she personally benefited from a superior education and had open doors to a promising career, her own poor choices and personal dependancy mindset pushed her into the role of a "victim." And since victims love company, she has made a career of convincing others that they are all victims too.

    Ingraham carefully lays out chapters covering a series of traps Hillary has set for those who would buy into her nanny-state solutions. See covers the Sisterhood Trap, Education Trap, Work Trap, Antigun Trap, Sex Trap, Family Trap, and New Age Trap. In covering these subjects, Ingraham dispels Hillary's illusion of being the feminine role model: a successful career women who is also a devoted wife and mother, a pro-family feminist, and a child of the 1960's who is the image of her generation's dreams of self-reliance and success. The problem with all this is Hillary isn't any of this--through personal compromise, concession, self-deception and her propensity for the role of a dependent have derailed a once promising career in public service, and warped her world view.

    Ingraham brings to this book a wealth of research, sharp analysis, and a fearless desire to get right at the truth of the matter. Sometimes her sharp tongue cuts a bit too deep for some to tolerate. But let's face it, sometimes the truth hurts!

    ere is an example of Ingraham's viewpoint from chapter 3, The Work Trap:

    "This message would do young women a lot more good than the self-pity and gender-oppression rhetoric they currently get in college or from stuck-in-the-sixties types like Hillary. Teaching women to see themselves as victims and to rely on the government to solve all their problems can only undermine them, by discouraging them from making the right (and often difficult) choices and setting their priorities in order." (Page 108)

    My only criticism of Ingraham's book is the lack of cited references. No bibliography, no footnoting diminished the effectiveness of this powerful book. After looking at some of the reviews, I'm not the only one who noted this. However, she often provided enough information in the text to make it clear where the cited information came from. And, for the serious researchers, Ingraham is on the public airwaves and available by both e-mail and telephone for any questions concerning her sources. Yet,some still went so far as to dismiss Ingraham and her first book in part due to this point. I really feel that was unfair, but the lack of cited sources played right into the hands of the anti-Ingraham bias.

    I found Ingraham's analysis of Hillary Clinton and the consequences of her feminist agenda insightful and revealing. Regardless of your viewpoint, The Hillary Trap is a very good read. For those who probably, or definitely don't agree with Ingraham, it is still an excellent exercise for your sensibilities. And best of all, it comes with a guarantee. Huh? Yes, after reading The Hillary Trap, I guarantee that it won't leave a scar, and your hair won't spontaneously burst into flames! I've been told these are the two greatest fears liberals have about reading conservative material. So, go ahead...what do you have to lose?

  • Step by step, one by one, calmly and without hatred, Laura Ingraham removes the layers of lies and hypocrisy that have covered Mrs. Clinton's interactions with the American public. This book contains minor shocks on each page, but the sum total is not explosive, no. In the end one thinks "how dare this woman seek to represent the people of New York?" Has she no shame? Is her fraudulence so massive that it has infiltrated to a biological level, to her cellular DNA?
    Nothing about Mrs. Clinton's politics can stand even a cursory scrutiny. Any place one scratches, the hypocisy flakes off and what is revealed is not pretty. While her husband was busily lying (to wife, to friends, to nation, to God) Mrs. Clinton was converting herself into a living deception. She IS a lie. The "traps" outlined in this book consists of a string of mendacities (about herself, about her beliefs, about her competence) which are the guides to her life.
    There are many in New York (but not too many) who see her as a superior woman, as a strong, capable leader who will improve the lot of all women -- and therefore of all men, if she is given a chance to represent them in the senate. I would beg these people to read this book calmly and decide for themselves if they wish to give Mrs. Clinton the powers of a US senator.
    The book carefully documents its arguments. It is not a "rant" of any kind. It is a carefully documented analysis of the past and present of a person who is seeking an office of great political power -- and why such power should be denied her.
    The lack of index in this book (or in any serious book) is inexcusable and causes me to withold one star.

  • Take a look at Politfact's fact-checking on Laura Ingraham. None of her fact-checked statements have been rated "true" or even "mostly true." Almost 90% have been rated "mostly false" or "false." Buying books written by the truth-challenged is not a good way to educate yourself about reality.