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Ann Coulter

Ann Coulter
Ann Coulter is a well-known conservative author, columnist and political commentator.
Ann Coulter is a well-known conservative author, columnist and political commentator. « Show less

Top Ann Coulter Articles

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  • Ann Coulter, Harry Smith: The Interview

     
    Yesterday, as Drudge Report readers are aware, the Drudgster made made note of the fact (actually screamed bloody murder of the fact) that NBC had barred Ann Coulter from the hallowed halls of "Today" because it refused to promote......
  • Octomom! Octo-Trivia! Octo-fun!

     
    I leave for a few days and come back to this: a world gone mad over Octomom. In truth, the world has been Octomad for a couple weeks now, but it seems to be reaching a boiling point in......
  • Adam Carolla: Cry for me, Ann Coulter

     
    by Mark Silva What will FM talk radio -- and there's a concept -- be without the likes of comedian Adam Carolla, who hangs up on conservative commentator Ann Coulter after she calls in late to his radio show and......
  • Keith Olbermann, Ann Coulter feud gets even nastier

     
    I keep getting distracted by people sending me stuff about this spat between Ann Coulter and Keith Olbermann, who have veered from their political differences into trash talk about their respective Cornell degrees. This is terribly unfortunate on the...
  • Naked Ambition

     
    Which was the most fevered lunge for self-promotion by a power player? 1. State Senate Finance Committee Chairman Carl Kruger (D-Brooklyn) proposing a widely panned $1 billion one-shot borrowing plan for MTA financing as an alternative to East River...
  • Michelle Obama in NYC: The corner of glitz and media

     
    The journey from campaign life to White House residency marks the change of a lifetime, they say, and now it is the turn of Michelle Robinson Obama ??? once of Chicago???s working class and later of the Ivy League......
  • 'Republican Party, deep trouble:' Powell

     
    by Mark Silva Men have grown more independent from any political party during the past couple of years, which helps account for the Republican Party's slide in party-identification, Gallup has found. Men are most likely to say they are politically......
  • Limbaugh vs. Powell: Soul of the party

     
    by Mark Silva With a shrinking base of Americans who identify themselves as Republicans, the stakes for leadership of the rebooted Republican Party grow higher each day. Radio's Rush Limbaugh, whom the Democrats, and particularly the Obama White House,...
  • ACORN trapped, congressmen cornered

     
    by Mark Silva Sometimes Washington moves in mysterious ways. A 20-year-old, scantily-clad woman from Florida, Hannah Giles, a Florida International University student whose father is a conservative pastor and TownHall.com columnist, walks into an ACORN...
  • Last week in GOP triage punditry

     
    It's not clear what precipitated this convergence, but the opinion pages of the Los Angeles Times, the New York Times and the Washington Post all devoted space last weekend to op-eds ruminating on contemporary conservatism. For those who missed this odd...
  • Ann Coulter, Carrie Prejean, Michele Bachmann become calendar girls -- and Phyllis Schlafly too

     
    A conservative think tank is issuing once again a calendar with unusul pin-ups--conservative women....
  • Palin vs. Biden: Round two, New York

     
    by Mark Silva "Can I call you Joe?'' Sarah Palin asked Joe Biden during their vice presidential candidates' debate last year. Biden was calling her "Sarah" this week on the campaign trail in upstate New York, where the Republican former......