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Born in December 8, 1961, Ann Coulter is an American conservative social and political commentator, writer, syndicated columnist, and lawyer who is known for on Fahrenhype 9/11 (2004), Hannity (2009) and Comedy Central Roast of Rob Lowe (2016). Before Fame: Before fame, she graduated from Cornell University and University of Michigan.
As of 2016, Coulter has 12 best-selling books, including most recently Adios, America! Born in New York City, New York, Ann is the daughter of John Vincent Coulter, an agent of Irish-German heritage and Nell Husbands Coulter.
If Obama can tell GM and Chrysler that their participation in NASCAR is an "unnecessary expenditure," isn't having public schools force students to follow Muslim rituals, recite Islamic prayers and plan "jihads" also an "unnecessary expenditure"?
Are all those school condom purchases considered "necessary expenditures"?
According to Coulter, the "flatulent raccoon theory" in which a raccoon farts and creates the universe, is as likely to have happened as evolution.
Once news that the "right-wing Judy Garland" would be addressing the convention broke, World Net Daily dropped her as their keynote speaker at their "Taking America Back National Conference".
She claims to vocalize what others in her political sphere are "really thinking" – even going so far to say that Bill Clinton should be executed Her attitude and style have led to her being labelled a lightning rod (and she has used some related metaphors in describing herself), with the main purpose of distracting liberal commentators from less-extreme conservative views.
Even more amazing, by her own quote, she would deny herself the right to vote.
Rush Limbaugh, displaying some wisdom for once, told her,"If you really want to pull something off, don't do it on a day where people are going to immediately doubt it. Car and Driver has a phony page on the website saying Obama has banned Ford, Chevy, and a bunch of others from NASCAR. " Someone so clouded by hate she didn't bother to check out the story, obviously.
Coulter's Godless: The Church of Liberalism prompted a flurry of responses in skeptical circles due to its chapter on evolution written with the "tutoring" of William Dembski and Michael Behe.