I've never been a huge fan of Ann Coulter. While politically I am aligned with many of her perspectives, she struck me as more sensational for the sake of being a sensation than as a person truly interested in helping to solve America's problems. When she did a 180 on many GOP Presidential candidates she … Continue reading Defend the Constitution. Defend principles. Be honest about politicians.
For the next three days I'm going to be flat out. Fr. Stephen Imbarrato of Priests for life who you've seen hosting EWTN's series Defending life, will be doing several events in several cities for WQPH 89.3 and I'll be covering him and those who attend the various, events, masses and dinners over Divine Mercy Sunday. You … Continue reading 10 Thoughts Under my Fedora Fr Imbarrato with WQPH , Jake Tapper, Coulter vs Berkeley and more
Ok you're Berkeley, you imposed strict expensive conditions on conservatives to speak, they still come, when leftist Antifa thugs come to riot you've given them free reign to throw rocks, explosives and pepper spray at conservatives, they still come and eventually overpower and drive the thugs from the field, what can you do to keep … Continue reading Berkeley does Antifa’s work for them Will the Right Copy them?
The time to take over the GOP (state by state) or set up a real third party (let’s call it the conservative party, like NY state), is NOW, after a historic election that demonstrated the ineptness of the “Wizards of Smart”. The time NOT to talk about and vote for a third part candidate, or … Continue reading Ann Coulter and 1st things first
Leslie Winkle: Listen, neither of us are neuroscientists, but we both understand the biochemistry of sex. I mean, dopamine in our brains is released across synapses, causing pleasure. You stick electrodes in a rat's brain, give him an orgasm button, he'll push that thing until he starves to death. Leonard Hoffstadter : Well, who wouldn't? … Continue reading Ann’s Hidden Message
Mr. Howell: Young man are you accusing a Howell of cheating? I'll have you know I'm far too wealthy. Spy Gilligan: To cheat? Mr. Howell: No, to be accused! Gilligan's Island Gilligan vs Gilligan 1966 Talking Points memo is breathlessly reporting the following statement from Ann Coulter The quote that caused them to embed this … Continue reading TPM & Washington Monthly Selective Outrage. Blondes vs Bodies
While I was lying sick in bed last night the team from Granite Grok provided some excellent coverage of Herman Cain's event in Manchester NH and notices a very important point: The volunteers, for the most part, are rather angry - not at Herman but what seems to be the media and the "dirty tricks" … Continue reading Granite Grok covers Herman Cain in Manchester yesterday
Erick Erickson is the latest entry in the Sarah Palin angst among some on the right: To paraphrase Ann, a lot of us fell in love with Sarah Palin because of her enemies and a lot of us have fallen out of love with Sarah Palin because of her fans. He means Ann Coulter who … Continue reading Will She or Won’t She?
...when she can write stuff like this: (6) Are gay rights part and parcel with basic conservatism? If so, why are so many elected Republicans so skittish/unsupportive about the subject? If not, tell me why. No, we don't generally care for identity politics of any sort, much less hearing about people's sex lives, even Nino … Continue reading How can you not love Ann Coulter…
Paul Walderman in his quest to find something positive for the left to write about; discovers what he thinks is a gem on Ann Coulter: Remember Ann Coulter? Seems like just yesterday she was Queen of the Right, the whole political world hanging on her every bile-laced tirade. Yet she's all but disappeared. Not that … Continue reading Paul Walderman misses the point on Coulter
...but stories like this remind me why you couldn't pay me to live there: “The University of Ottawa is really easy to get into, isn’t it?” she said in an interview after the cancelled event. “I never get any trouble at the Ivy League schools. It’s always the bush league schools.” Coulter said she has … Continue reading Canada may be a beautiful country…
So lets take another trip around that wonderful place that is my blogroll: At the Hermeneutic of Continuity Fr finds a wonderful thing, a balanced story about the Pope: It is by no means a hagiography and I wouldn't agree with everything he says, but it is a relief to read something from a commenter … Continue reading Around the BlogRoll 3/23 – 3/24 asleep at the keyboard edition
...than a threat to prosecute you if you say the wrong thing in your country: I would, however, like to inform you, or perhaps remind you, that our domestic laws, both provincial and federal, delineate freedom of expression (or "free speech") in a manner that is somewhat different than the approach taken in the United … Continue reading Nothing lets you know you are living in a free country more…
this is stand-up on steroids. This woman speaks so fast on her feet she risks being ticketed. "We have a long way to go till we get to that perfect libertarian state where we can have all the drugs people want without me having to pay for the people who can't get jobs because of … Continue reading Ann Coulter is going wild on the stage
There is a mighty familiar sound to Ann Coulter thoughts (via The Radio Equalizer) on Sarah Palin: Even though she’s just a state governor, she’s a HUGE national star who is both sought after and attacked as if she is already a president (a Bush, not an Obama). But she basically can’t participate because she’s … Continue reading Ann Coulter on Sarah Palin; boy does that sound familiar