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Nothin’ But Good Times Ahead

Molly Ivins — one of the nation’s toughest and funniest political observers — is back with some more of her illuminating commentary about the state of our government.

Following the terrific success of the runaway bestseller Molly Ivins Can’t Say That, Can She?, this biting new collection of provocative writings takes a piercing look at a new regime of leaders and contains more fearless, hilarious writing from deep in the heart of Texas. Nothin’ But Good Times Ahead features Ivins’s writing about the wild 1992 presidential campaign, including her profiles of fellow Texan Ross Perot, as well as President Clinton’s early days in Washington. Molly Ivins has sharpened her pencil once again and establishes herself as a national treasure, and one of the savviest thinkers in America.

Molly Ivins Can’t Say That, Can She? is also available from Random House AudioBooks.


Being an “Arthur” — Mother Jones, Jan/Feb 1992; Deep in the Heart… — Mother Jones, April/May 1992; Good Morning, Fort Worth! Glad to be Here — Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 3/1/92; The Queen and the Reunion — A Veddy Interesting Contrast — Dallas Times-Herald, 5/26/91; Reindeer are Counted Better than Homeless — Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 12/22/92; Hill’s Allegations Hit a Nerve with Many Kinds of Women — Dallas Times-Herald, 10/21/91; Gibber & Other Misdemeanors — The Texas Observer, n.d.; I Am the Cosmos — Mother Jones, October 1991; United We Stand… Divided and Durn Proud of It! — Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 7/5/92; With U.S. Media, Malice is Absent — But so is Attention — Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 9/20/92; Madonna and Other Arthurs — Progressive, January 1993; They’re Regulating Everything — Plus the Kitsch in Sync — Dallas Times-Herald, 5/17/92; Who Am I? What Am I Doing Here? — Progressive, December 1992; Thank you George, Dan, Marilyn — Fort Worth Star-Telegram, 11/26/92.

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