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Following up the bestselling A Right To Be Hostile this new collection takes on American life, culture and politics over the past two years with biting observations from Huey Freeman and his crew on everything from the war with Iraq to the Kobe Bryant trial. Including everything from Condoleezza Rice's not-so-red-hot love life (a strip banned from the Washington Post) to President Bush's 'bring it on' taunt to the Iraqi insurgents (a strip banned by the Chicago Tribune and other papers) this is the hilarious McGruder at his most scathing.