In the constant battle between liberals and conservatives on bookstore shelves, I found something very interesting.
From the far right, Ann Coulter, in her book, "Godless: The Church of Liberalism," puts forth her theory that liberals have for decades done all they can to remove faith-based religion from every aspect of public life, replacing it with a doctrine of secular-progressive ideology. Her point, throughout the book, is that liberals have created their own "religion" out of this, complete with a hierarchy and "don't question, just believe" attitude that mimics faith-based religion.
Coulter's book attacks the ideology of the far left by citing specific actions and attitudes to back up her claims.
In response, far-left author Susan Estrich copied Coulter's book cover to the last detail, and put out "Soulless: Ann Coulter and the Right-Wing Church of Hate," in which she puts forth her theory that Ann Coulter is mean.
It's a great example of how liberals argue when they can't defend their position -- they call you mean and accuse you of being a "hater." They can't say you're wrong, just that you're mean.
And, I have to say this: Estrich copied Coulter's book cover, complete with hairstyle and black dress. ... The only problem is that someone ran over Estrich's face with a tractor, so I suggest not looking at it on a full stomach.
So, head to your local library and get both of these books and see for yourself. You'll have an easier time getting Estrich's book, seeing as the majority of left-wing authors can't give their work away, but you might be able to put your name on the waiting list for Coulter's in the meantime.