New York Times bestselling author and FOX News contributor Katie Pavlich exposes the truth behind the real war on women—the one being waged by Democrats.
Assault and Flattery goes beyond the Democratic Party’s rhetoric and exposes its shocking and sustained assault on American women that has lasted for generations. And in some cases, the word “assault” is quite literal. Katie Pavlich thinks the Democrats have run the conversation for too long—and is out to debunk the sacred cows of the so-called Republican War on Women.
Conservatives are raving about Assault and Flattery. Mark Levin calls it “a thorough and gutsy book that should help set history straight.” Michelle Malkin calls it “a tour-de-force…bold, beautiful, and brilliant.” Sean Hannity calls Katie “one of the country’s top conservative reporters,” and Monica Crowley says she “blows the lid off the lies the Left tells women.”
In Assault and Flattery,Katie Pavlich explains that what the Democratic Party is doing to women, it is doing to us all. By segregating us by gender, they’re harming our future.
Katie Pavlich is the editor for Townhall.com covering the White House and Washington, DC. She is the award-winning author of Assault and Flattery and the New York Times bestseller Fast and Furious. As a Fox News contributor, Katie regularly co-hosts the daytime show Outnumbered, fills in as a guest co-host on The Five and appeared weekly on The O'ReillyFactor and The Kelly File. Katie is a graduate of the University of Arizona with a degree in Journalism and is a former National Review Washington Fellow. She is a current fellow for the Foreign Policy Initiative. Katie has shared her perspective on multiple media venues including Fox News, CNN, MSNBC, CNBC, and Fox Business, in addition to a host of national and local radio shows. She is a regular speaker on college campuses across the country and regularly participates in conference panels. In 2012, Red Alert Politics named Katie as one of the top 30-under-30 young professionals in the conservative movement. In 2013, Katie received the CPAC Blogger of the Year Award from the American Conservative Union and in 2014, she was named Woman of the Year by the Clare Boothe Luce Policy Institute.