Why Youre Wrong About the Right: Behind the Myths: The Surprising Truth About Conservatives by S.E. CuppAnd on your right, ladies and gentlemen, please observe The Conservative (Conservitus Americanus). This fascinating species in-habits vast territories across middle America, but rarely reveals itself in coastal urban areas. It is commonly believed to be uptight, humorless, and devoid of compassion, and is often characterized as racist, homophobic, and highly eco-unfriendly. Primary behaviors include unnecessary warmongering, tax cutting, and gun collecting. For decades, conservatives have proven to be hopelessly un-hip, and their mating habits dull. They are highly feared and often despised, for so few know and understand their true nature.
Get ready to meet the conservative next door or in the office down the hall, the person you never thought in a million years was one of them. Lively, witty, and thought-provoking, Why Youre Wrong About the Right blows the lid off the stereotypes that have long been associated with the American Right, and reveals the face of todays conservatives: an intellectually and philosophically diverse new breed of young, outgoing, smart, friendly professionals who live and work among liberals everywhere!
Themselves closet conservatives in Leftoid Land (aka Manhattan), S. E. Cupp and Brett Joshpe inject their own unique and colorful points of view into an honest dialogue on conservative ideas in American life and popular culture, and draw from interviews with a roster of renowned writers and political personalities, including Tony Stewart, Tucker Carlson, Brian C. Anderson, Laura Ingraham, Pat Toomey, David Horowitz, Ted Hayes, and many more.
Undercover conservatives, reveal your true colors with pride! Liberals, hug a conservative today! And whichever side you find yourself on, youll be engaged, surprised, and happily re-educated when you discover Why Youre Wrong About the Right.
Why You're Wrong About the Right: Behind the Myths: The Surprising Truth About Conservatives
You get into a discussion about the bears over dinner with a friend and casually make mention of a bear at the South Pole. Your friend laughs a bit and corrects you, saying that penguins live near Antarctica and the bears live near the Arctic Circle. So, you argue about it for 15 minutes. The human brain is quite creative at finding ways to avoid admitting we were wrong. Sometimes, we deny the facts: question the credibility of the source or find a way to make our original belief at least partly true.
And on your right, ladies and gentlemen, please observe The Conservative ( Conservitus Americanus). This fascinating species in-habits vast territories across.
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November 20, pm Updated November 20, pm. But why do they do it? Tim Sharp, chief happiness officer at The Happiness Institute, to explain:. For some, appearing apologetic is congruent to appearing weak, but Sharp says they could not be more wrong, because a good leader admits their mistakes. Citing the upsurge of alt-right political movements around the world, Sharp says how someone approaches a situation will often reveal whether facts or feelings will influence them more. Read Next.