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viii, 228 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
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The Fox News star outlines his rules and tricks for winning any argument against a liberal by using patience, research, humor, and creative thinking. Revealing the strategies that have helped him keep a steady job for almost three decades. Gutfield gives readers the tools they'll need to argue, influence, and convince their friends, family and foes throughout the 2016 election cycle. --Publisher's description.
Why we're evil -- Why the right loses arguments -- The joke's on you -- The riposte: how to win with left-wing dirty tricks -- Find the right's Obama -- Discarding your outrage -- How to be a successful miscreant, like me -- Don't be a professional -- Outcompassion them! -- Hijack the language -- Co-opt their grievances -- Link real life to fatuous belief -- Break the scold mold -- Embrace the inner skeptic -- Look like them -- Stop eating your moderates -- Ombudsing your buddies -- How to be right: using metaphors, similes, and other crap -- Say junk that people remember -- Three things always beat two things -- Use your mom -- Be Columbo -- Cross-dress -- Fill-ins for liberals -- Use their silence to speak volumes -- Stunts: or, how an idiotic, absurd act of stupidity can reveal a truth about life and other crap -- Find your inner drunk -- The game at the bar.