Celebrity Picks: Ann Coulter's Favorite Reads of 2016

AnnCoulter-AuthorphotoShe was right, folks. Ann Coulter was one of the first and most unapologetic high-profile Trump supporters, and she even took to a book to declare In Trump We Trust: E Pluribus Awesome! Much of the country agreed, and now he's our Commander-in-Chief.

See Ann Coulter's favorite reads of the year below (which were provided before the election), and look here for more celebrity favorites. Or you can learn more about the Amazon Books Editors' picks for the Best Books of the Year.

 

Ann Coulter's Favorite Reads of 2016

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Culture Matters by Lawrence E. Harrison and Samuel Huntington

In this book, Harvard professor, Huntington (author of Who Are We? The Challenges to America's National Identity) has reproduced a symposium about a topic we’re not supposed to talk about: Why some cultures are successful and some aren’t. Although we are browbeaten with the idea that American culture is the worst and anyone we replace ourselves with will make this a better country, the truth is the opposite. It will come as a surprise to people unfamiliar with this subject that there have been boatloads of studies on different cultures, examining which countries are honest, which are corrupt and what makes them so. And there are clear answers: Years of British rule and Protestantism are the two of the biggest ones. Instead of sharing advantageous cultural attributes with the rest of the world, America’s immigration policy and the EU’s migration policy are intended to destroy cultures that work the best.
 

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The Canterville Ghost by Oscar Wilde

I’d read this story before, but it is so much more fun today, with Brexit and Donald Trump bringing the question of national culture to the fore. Wilde presents a comic contrast of the romantic British – who are terrified of the Canterville ghost – and Americans – who are pragmatic and solution-oriented. E.g.: After a ghost-fearing British housekeeper somberly points to a bloodstain that “cannot be removed,” the American boy leaps up, saying, “That’s nonsense! Pinkerton's Champion Stain Remover and Paragon Detergent will clean it up in no time!” The spirit turns out to be real, but the no-nonsense Americans end up demoralizing the poor ghost by refusing to have heart attacks and instead responding with various product suggestions. There’s more than that — it’s a happy ending, but I won’t give it away.
 

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Adios, America! The Left’s Plan to Turn Our Country into a Third World Hellhole by Ann Coulter and In Trump We Trust: E Pluribus Awesome!

Despite the appearance of narcissism and crass commercialism, these are the two books every American should read. There will be a ton of rushed books purporting to explain “How Trump Did It!” These are the books that said how he’d do before he did it. After 18 months of most major media getting everything wrong, wouldn’t you like to know the truth? And theyre fun to read!

 

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