Harry Stein interviewed about “I Can’t Believe I’m Sitting Next to A Republican” on FOXNews.com:
“If you’ve been booed, hissed, heckled or hollered at … scathed, scapegoated, scanted or screamed at … if you’re the bane of blue states and a gall to all the Greens … you may be feeling lonely, but you’re certainly not alone.
Author Harry Stein has written a book for the elephant in the room. It’s called “I Can’t Believe I’m Sitting Next to a Republican,” and he calls it “a survival guide for conservatives marooned among the angry, smug, and terminally self-righteous.”
Which is to say: liberals.”
Read more here.
Harry Stein on “I Can’t Believe I’m Sitting Next to A Republican” in the NYPost:
“The fact is, conservatives living and working among the liberals, among them but not of them, are not unlike field reporters for “Mutual of Omaha’s Wild Kingdom”; we know them better than they know themselves. Since there is an approved left-of-center position on every subject — just check out The New York Times or NPR — We know in advance how they’ll react to every controversy, every utterance by a public figure; we anticipate, politically and public policy-wise, their sighs, their frowns, their ups, their downs.
Yet, as we are frequently reminded, they know us hardly at all. What they think they know is this: Conservatives are greedy and hard-hearted — when we’re not busy being racist, sexist and homophobic. We’re not merely wrong. We are evil.”
Read more here.
“If God got mad enough at me to make me a liberal (God forbid!), this book would be enough to make me repent, be saved and converted to political conservatism. Since I am not, I am able to read the work of a brilliant writer who has produced one of the most witty and delightful books about liberals that I have ever read. On nearly every page, I found something that made me laugh with recognition of my own experiences; but, even more, I felt a gratifying sense of payback to all of the liberals who seem to go out of their way to be mean and lacking in civility in their dealings with us ‘right-wingers.’”
Ward Connerly, President of the American Civil Rights Institute
“What’s it like to be a conservative in a blue, blue state? Harry Stein takes the reader on a provocative, hilarious, and insightful guided tour of Liberaland, where anti-American zealots like Noam Chomsky are considered mainstream and reasonable people like, well, Harry Stein are denounced by their neighbors as fascists. A dazzling book.”
Brian Anderson, editor of City Journal and author of South Park Conservatives
“By the time I finished Harry Stein’s book, the back of my neck ached from nodding along to so many of Stein’s perceptive musings. Stein reveals what many conservatives have long known about the left: that the most”tolerant” people in the world, are only tolerant as long as you agree with them.”
Greg Gutfeld, Host of Red Eye, Fox News Channel