Ann Coulter on Donald Trump, why she supports Attorney General Jeff Sessions, and how the unhinged Left have lost their minds. We discuss Ann’s detractors on the Right, illegal immigration, her thoughts on the upcoming election (remember she famously predicted Trump’s ascendency to much ridicule), whether American politics can ever be civil again and the impact of social media titans on free speech. Ann’s latest book is the best selling Resistance is Futile – How the Trump Hating Left Lost it’s Collective Mind.

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There are 30 comments.

  1. Coolidge

    Excellent visit with Ann. She makes so many good points. I am glad that Trump has this feisty woman on his side.

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    • September 7, 2018 at 8:40 pm
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  2. Member

    Ann is a uniquely superior researcher. 

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    • September 8, 2018 at 6:52 am
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  3. Member

    It wasn’t her affinity with Trump that caused Conservatism, Inc. to anathematize Ann. It was her style – sound familiar? – and her immigration nationalism.

    P. J. O’Rourke did a vicious hit piece on her in the Weekly Standard. National Review doesn’t publish her. Michael Medved, whose Salem Radio show Ann used to appear on often, hasn’t had her on since she became anti-immigration. Commentary doesn’t acknowledge her existence except to slur her. 

    Peter Brimelow was treated the same way and for the same reason.

    The neoconservatives practice purge politics while preaching Big Tent Republicanism. Opposing the fundamental demographic transformation of America through immigration is one of the main ways to become purge-worthy.

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    • September 8, 2018 at 10:46 am
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  4. Member

    How to not become idealistically stupid about immigration and multiculturalism. 

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    • September 8, 2018 at 10:49 am
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    Not sure about this.

    I’m seeing too many lifelong Christians driven to fear and sinful hate in their twilight years from these snake oil salesman.

    God have mercy. Stop these sin schlockers.

    No one cares about multiculturalism as long as it doesn’t get over modulated by the government. 

     

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    • September 8, 2018 at 10:54 am
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    RufusRJones (View Comment):

    Not sure about this.

    I’m seeing too many lifelong Christians driven to fear and sinful hate in their twilight years from these snake oil salesman.

    God have mercy. Stop these sin schlockers.

    No one cares about multiculturalism as long as it doesn’t get over modulated by the government.

    This is the longer clip.

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    • September 8, 2018 at 11:05 am
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  7. Coolidge

    Freesmith (View Comment):

    It wasn’t her affinity with Trump that caused Conservatism, Inc. to anathematize Ann. It was her style – sound familiar? – and her immigration nationalism.

    SNIP

    Peter Brimelow was treated the same way and for the same reason.

    The neoconservatives practice purge politics while preaching Big Tent Republicanism.

    Emphasizing this: Opposing the fundamental demographic transformation of America through immigration is one of the main ways to become purge-worthy.

    This in bold is the point that must not be made. People are not to realize that this is about flipping our society. Period.

    Anyone who turned on their TV and watched the Mainstream News sources this past summer saw how repeatedly the reporters worked to show us: 140 Hondurans fleeing gang violence in their native country. Two hundred and three people from Guatemala coming to our borders due to earthquake devastation.

    But the goal is much bigger than that, which is why this big lie with regards to numbers is being told. The society is being flipped, and all of the many protections that once existed, including how those who came here must learn English, that those who employed the new arrivals must hold up typical standards for whatever industry was using them, those sensible concepts regarding assimilation have all be swept away.

    I left the nursing agencies in the San Francisco area due to how they would not allow for me to follow state law. I was not to “make up” offenses my fellow workers committed – even when the offenses were actual and involved theft and physical abuse of the clients. Any time I reported criminal behavior, I was told that I was the problem, as racism would not be tolerated. (Don’t feel bad for me – I was able to make twice as much after I freed myself from the nursing agencies.)

    I didn’t think it could get worse than that, that theft and physical abuse were swept under the carpet. But twice in the past 6 weeks, friends have called me to say an employee of a nursing home showed up to care for an elderly person who was a friend of theirs. The health aide wanted only to know where the TV remote was, and when it was meal time, they insisted the elderly client make them their meal! (Both clients were frail elderly, over 85 years of age.)

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    • September 8, 2018 at 11:05 am
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  8. Member

    Dave is worried about who is setting themselves up as “the arbiters of hate speech.” He mentions Twitter and Facebook.

    Please.

    There are hundreds of Christian organizations in the United States. Not one of them is offering itself to be an arbiter of what is and is not hate speech. Not one.

    The Anti-Defamation League is. From their website:

    Since 1985, ADL has been a pioneer in confronting cyberhate. We have partnered with industry leaders and legal experts to identify and remove online hate speech. In 2016, we formed the ADL Center on Technology & Society to double down on our strategic investments to advance these efforts.

    Working closely with industry leaders such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube, in 2014 we introduced Best Practices to ensure threats and offensive content violating their community guidelines are taken offline. We have also been instrumental in game-changing breakthroughs like the formation of the Twitter Trust and Safety Council.

    And their Online Hate Index Project shouldn’t worry anybody at all, right? We can trust them.

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    • September 8, 2018 at 11:18 am
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  9. Member

    Remember, this ADL-funded research is being done at the University of California at Berkeley.

    That’s just the campus that Ann Coulter mentioned in the podcast as being the most diverse, or, in other words, having the smallest percentage of white students – 20%.

    What a coincidence, @davesussman

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    • September 8, 2018 at 11:30 am
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  10. Member

    @freesmith Why are you isolating the religious / cultural part? What about the SPLC? 

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    • September 8, 2018 at 11:35 am
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  11. Thatcher

    I like Ann. She has the advantage of her enemies — left and right.

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    • September 8, 2018 at 12:12 pm
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  12. Coolidge

    Freesmith (View Comment):

    Dave is worried about who is setting themselves up as “the arbiters of hate speech.” He mentions Twitter and Facebook.

    Please.

    There are hundreds of Christian organizations in the United States. Not one of them is offering itself to be an arbiter of what is and is not hate speech. Not one.

    The Anti-Defamation League is. From their website:

    Since 1985, ADL has been a pioneer in confronting cyberhate. We have partnered with industry leaders and legal experts to identify and remove online hate speech. In 2016, we formed the ADL Center on Technology & Society to double down on our strategic investments to advance these efforts.

    Working closely with industry leaders such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube, in 2014 we introduced Best Practices to ensure threats and offensive content violating their community guidelines are taken offline. We have also been instrumental in game-changing breakthroughs like the formation of the Twitter Trust and Safety Council.

    And their Online Hate Index Project shouldn’t worry anybody at all, right? We can trust them.

    Thanks for the link to the UC Berkeley woman spokesperson for the “hate speech algorithm.”

    Scott Adams is talking about how this is all algorithm, all the time. With the algorithms being developed by Left wing people whose bias in of the Left, for the Left.

    I think this is the podcast where he gets into that topic:

    http://blog.dilbert.com/2018/09/06/episode-209-scott-adams-nike-the-wh-traitor-mole-the-woodward-book-and-twitter/

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    • September 8, 2018 at 12:17 pm
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    Freesmith (View Comment):

    It wasn’t her affinity with Trump that caused Conservatism, Inc. to anathematize Ann. It was her style – sound familiar? – and her immigration nationalism.

    P. J. O’Rourke did a vicious hit piece on her in the Weekly Standard. National Review doesn’t publish her. Michael Medved, whose Salem Radio show Ann used to appear on often, hasn’t had her on since she became anti-immigration. Commentary doesn’t acknowledge her existence except to slur her.

    Peter Brimelow was treated the same way and for the same reason.

    The neoconservatives practice purge politics while preaching Big Tent Republicanism. Opposing the fundamental demographic transformation of America through immigration is one of the main ways to become purge-worthy.

    P.J. O’Rourke has always been a leftist at heart.

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    • September 8, 2018 at 1:45 pm
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    I love it when the conservative elite ridicule Ann Coulter.

    She’s probably written more well-researched and original books than about 97% of them, especially at her age or younger.

    In 2015, P. J. O’Rourke ridiculed Ann Coulter for being a “kid … born in 1961” even though she is now eligible for AARP? (I guess P. J. O’Rourke prefers supporting women like Hillary Clinton.)

    Peter Brimelow is kind of a tough guy for many conservatives, but somebody had to sound the alarm and write that book. Many of Brimelow and Enoch Powell’s predictions look tame when compared to things like today’s composition and murder rate inside London.

    An American couldn’t have written Alien Nation very well with the sin of slavery and the North American Indians and with American conservatism saturated in globalist libertarianism and a certain forms Christianity and Judaism which quit fighting the libertarians in order to import better “blank slate” Americans which ignores both science and certain aspects of history. American conservatives, at least of the Ronald Reagan variety, are or have been taught to be very optimistic. Britain in some ways has the sin of colonialism which had a few positive aspects too. Many non-elite European conservatives seem to have a better non-utopian view of the differences between right and wrong when living in small countries closer to the Middle East and Africa and with borders which can be difficult to defend especially when living within an Angela Merkel-dominated EU.

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    • September 8, 2018 at 2:43 pm
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    The Cloaked Gaijin (View Comment):
    which quit fighting the libertarians in order to import better “blank slate” Americans which ignores both science and certain aspects of history.

    Bingo 

     

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    • September 8, 2018 at 2:50 pm
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    Freesmith (View Comment):

    Remember, this ADL-funded research is being done at the University of California at Berkeley.

    That’s just the campus that Ann Coulter mentioned in the podcast as being the most diverse, or, in other words, having the smallest percentage of white students – 20%.

    What a coincidence, @davesussman

    Asians by merit, other minorities by racial preference. Tends to squeeze out the non-Hispanic whites.

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    • September 8, 2018 at 4:01 pm
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    Is Coulter still wondering “How many f—- Jews do these people think there are there in the United States.”?

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    • September 8, 2018 at 4:02 pm
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    Hoyacon (View Comment):

    Is Coulter still wondering “How many f—- Jews do these people think there are there in the United States.”?

    She knows. Approximately the same number as there are American Indians.

    How many times were the travails and concerns of American Indians mentioned in the 2016 GOP Presidential debates?

    She knows. About twice as many as Muslims in the United States, a ratio that is shrinking yearly – thanks to immigration. 

    That was Linda Sarsour, the prominent Muslim activist, who I saw prominently featured at the 2017 Women’s Day March and protesting at the Kavanaugh hearing, wasn’t it? And that was Bill Clinton standing with Louis Farrakhan at the Aretha funeral, wasn’t it? And Palestinian rights are becoming more and more important to the Coalition of the Ascendant which makes up the Democratic Party, right? 

    But you keep worrying about Ann Coulter and her annoyance with Republican presidential aspirants paying too much attention to a minority group that overwhelmingly supports the Democratic Party, and has for over 100 years.

    That’s the ticket.

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    • September 8, 2018 at 4:22 pm
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    Freesmith (View Comment):

    Hoyacon (View Comment):

    Is Coulter still wondering “How many f—- Jews do these people think there are there in the United States.”?

    She knows. Approximately the same number as there are American Indians.

    How many times were the travails and concerns of American Indians mentioned in the 2016 GOP Presidential debates?

    She knows. About twice as many as Muslims in the United States, a ratio that is shrinking yearly – thanks to immigration.

    That was Linda Sarsour, the prominent Muslim activist, who I saw prominently featured at the 2017 Women’s Day March and protesting at the Kavanaugh hearing, wasn’t it? And that was Bill Clinton standing with Louis Farrakhan at the Aretha funeral, wasn’t it? And Palestinian rights are becoming more and more important to the Coalition of the Ascendant which makes up the Democratic Party, right?

    But you keep worrying about Ann Coulter and her annoyance with Republican presidential aspirants paying too much attention to a minority group that overwhelmingly supports the Democratic Party, and has for over 100 years.

    That’s the ticket.

    So is that a “yes” or a “no”?

     

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    • September 8, 2018 at 4:24 pm
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    Taras (View Comment):

    Freesmith (View Comment):

    Remember, this ADL-funded research is being done at the University of California at Berkeley.

    That’s just the campus that Ann Coulter mentioned in the podcast as being the most diverse, or, in other words, having the smallest percentage of white students – 20%.

    What a coincidence, @davesussman

    Asians by merit, other minorities by racial preference. Tends to squeeze out the non-Hispanic whites.

    Tell your friends that’s what waiting for their kids if they don’t stop voting Democratic.

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    • September 8, 2018 at 4:26 pm
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    Hoyacon (View Comment):

    Freesmith (View Comment):

    Hoyacon (View Comment):

    Is Coulter still wondering “How many f—- Jews do these people think there are there in the United States.”?

    She knows. Approximately the same number as there are American Indians.

    How many times were the travails and concerns of American Indians mentioned in the 2016 GOP Presidential debates?

    She knows. About twice as many as Muslims in the United States, a ratio that is shrinking yearly – thanks to immigration.

    That was Linda Sarsour, the prominent Muslim activist, who I saw prominently featured at the 2017 Women’s Day March and protesting at the Kavanaugh hearing, wasn’t it? And that was Bill Clinton standing with Louis Farrakhan at the Aretha funeral, wasn’t it? And Palestinian rights are becoming more and more important to the Coalition of the Ascendant which makes up the Democratic Party, right?

    But you keep worrying about Ann Coulter and her annoyance with Republican presidential aspirants paying too much attention to a minority group that overwhelmingly supports the Democratic Party, and has for over 100 years.

    That’s the ticket.

    So is that a “yes” or a “no”?

    She knows. Whether the politicians she was addressing have figured out how many is a question that they can answer with their actions.

     

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    • September 8, 2018 at 5:17 pm
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    Freesmith (View Comment):

    Hoyacon (View Comment):

    Freesmith (View Comment):

    Hoyacon (View Comment):

    Is Coulter still wondering “How many f—- Jews do these people think there are there in the United States.”?

    She knows. Approximately the same number as there are American Indians.

    How many times were the travails and concerns of American Indians mentioned in the 2016 GOP Presidential debates?

    She knows. About twice as many as Muslims in the United States, a ratio that is shrinking yearly – thanks to immigration.

    That was Linda Sarsour, the prominent Muslim activist, who I saw prominently featured at the 2017 Women’s Day March and protesting at the Kavanaugh hearing, wasn’t it? And that was Bill Clinton standing with Louis Farrakhan at the Aretha funeral, wasn’t it? And Palestinian rights are becoming more and more important to the Coalition of the Ascendant which makes up the Democratic Party, right?

    But you keep worrying about Ann Coulter and her annoyance with Republican presidential aspirants paying too much attention to a minority group that overwhelmingly supports the Democratic Party, and has for over 100 years.

    That’s the ticket.

    So is that a “yes” or a “no”?

    She knows. Whether the politicians she was addressing have figured out how many is a question that they can answer with their actions.

    One would assume, then, that “their actions” includes stepping back from support from our one unquestioned ally in the Middle East.

    The problem with a slobbering love affair with Coulter is that she makes her living as a provocateur. This requires increasingly inflammatory positions as the dial moves as to what constitutes “provocation.”

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    • September 8, 2018 at 5:27 pm
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    Hoyacon (View Comment):

    One would assume, then, that “their actions” includes stepping back from support from our one unquestioned ally in the Middle East.

    The problem with a slobbering love affair with Coulter is that she makes her living as a provocateur. This requires increasingly inflammatory positions as the dial moves as to what constitutes “provocation.”

    @hoyacon As I said, you can continue to waste time wondering about what Ann Coulter meant in a 2-year-old tweet (while the oldest political party in the U.S is transformed, like UK Labour, into a bunch of Jew-hating racial socialists); or you can wonder about other, more important things, like how do we slow the steady, massive stream of Jew-hating Third World-ers into America through immigration, an issue that Ann Coulter has been bravely championing despite MSM and Conservatism, Inc. disdain.

    Your choice, of course.

    And about her “increasingly” inflammatory, provocative positions: I’ve been hearing and reading that same complaint about her since people’s heads exploded over her comments about the 9/11 widows.

    Her barbs are no more pointed than before; you just don’t like it when your sacred cow is on the receiving end.

    Then you point and sputter, “Well, I never!”

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    • September 8, 2018 at 5:48 pm
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    Freesmith (View Comment):

    @hoyacon As I said, you can continue to waste time wondering about what Ann Coulter meant in a 2-year-old tweet (while the oldest political party in the U.S is transformed, like UK Labour, into a bunch of Jew-hating racial socialists); or you can wonder about other, more important things, like how do we slow the steady, massive stream of Jew-hating Third World-ers into America through immigration, an issue that Ann Coulter has been bravely championing despite MSM and Conservatism, Inc. disdain.

    Your choice, of course.

    And about her “increasingly” inflammatory, provocative positions: I’ve been hearing and reading that same complaint about her since people’s heads exploded over her comments about the 9/11 widows.

    Her barbs are no more pointed than before; you just don’t like it when your sacred cow is on the receiving end.

    Then you point and sputter, “Well, I never!”

    Your mind reading abilities are indeed significant–if only they were accurate. I don’t wonder any more about Coulter’s arguably anti-Semitic “two-year old tweet” than I do about your appearance in this thread. Sorry if I stepped in on the love fest.

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    • September 8, 2018 at 6:50 pm
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    Hoyacon (View Comment):

    The problem with a slobbering love affair with Coulter is that she makes her living as a provocateur. This requires increasingly inflammatory positions as the dial moves as to what constitutes “provocation.”

    Slobbering?

    Yeah, there has always been a certain amount of professional wrestling with Ann — at least back in the days when the media still had her on TV.

    However, try looking at the twitter feeds of some of these conservatives who hate Trump. Some of these guys only seem to criticize Republicans instead of Democrats. Bill Kristol used to be just about the most solid conservative out there. He’s kind of flipped, although his podcast is still rather good. Rick Wilson auditioning to write pornography? John Podhoretz always seems ready to criticize all conservatives not within his 10% narrow range of thought as he’s gone after D. C. McAllister and Mollie Hemingway who used to be fixtures here. The name Sean Hannity seems to bring out the rage in them even though he’s out there every day on cable television AND radio educating and bringing new conservatives into the fold.

    Yeah, twitter has sort of turned everyone into a bit of a professional wrestler.

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    • September 8, 2018 at 6:59 pm
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    The Cloaked Gaijin (View Comment):
    Bill Kristol used to be just about the most solid conservative out there. He’s kind of flipped, although his podcast is still rather good. Rick Wilson auditioning to write pornography? John Podhoretz always seems ready to criticize all conservatives not within his 10% narrow range of thought as he’s gone after D. C. McAllister and Mollie Hemingway who used to be fixtures here.

    The Niskanen Center Republicans: what do they believe in? what do they want? Why is acting hysterical O.K. ?

    I am so curious about this.

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    • September 8, 2018 at 11:59 pm
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    Freesmith (View Comment):
    It wasn’t her affinity with Trump that caused Conservatism, Inc. to anathematize Ann. It was her style – sound familiar? – and her immigration nationalism.

    I totally disagree with this. What you call style is Ann Coulter being nasty and somewhat bigoted. Just take one example: I am admittedly not that familiar with Thom Tillis’s view on things, other than I presume he is usually conservative on most if not all things. But I doubt he is for open borders. Ann, who is obsessed with immigration, calls anyone who dares to disagree as being in favor of open borders.

    Various publications refuse to deal with her because of her nasty manner. Same with good conservatives like Medved. If she would clean up her act, and talk to and about people in a civil manner, I am sure they’d love to hear her.

    I used to be like that. She can write a wonderful book, full of brilliant research. Then I realized she is only out to sell books. She was on Comedy Central once. It was the bluest thing you ever heard. They insulted her up one side and down the other. She took it – even laughed at it – because she had one of her books on the dias. She has no class and no self-respect. All she wants is to sell books.

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    • September 9, 2018 at 11:29 am
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  28. Coolidge

    George Townsend (View Comment):

    Freesmith (View Comment):
    It wasn’t her affinity with Trump that caused Conservatism, Inc. to anathematize Ann. It was her style – sound familiar? – and her immigration nationalism.

    I totally disagree with this. What you call style is Ann Coulter being nasty and somewhat bigoted. Just take one example: I am admittedly not that familiar with Thom Tillis’s view on things, other than I presume he is usually conservative on most if not all things. But I doubt he is for open borders. Ann, who is obsessed with immigration, calls anyone who dares to disagree as being in favor of open borders.

    Various publications refuse to deal with her because of her nasty manner. Same with good conservatives like Medved. If she would clean up her act, and talk to and about people in a civil manner, I am sure they’d love to hear her.

    I used to be like that. She can write a wonderful book, full of brilliant research. Then I realized she is only out to sell books. She was on Comedy Central once. It was the bluest thing you ever heard. They insulted her up one side snip She took it – laughed at it – because she had one of her books on the dias. She has no class and no self-respect. All she wants is to sell books.

    That is interesting information. I am a new convert to Coulter. I used to turn her off if she was on the TV because I found her overly strident.

    So maybe if a person agrees with her political pronouncements, they can tolerate the snark and intensity. But if they disagree with her, the rudeness quotient is quickly consumed and the individual feels it is easy to turn her off?

    I know this about rudeness – a little goes a long way. I was a lot time admirer of Roseanne Barr. In fact, she took to tweeting with me on a personal level. But she could be so rude. One day I blocked her. Why the rudeness? How does it accomplish anything? In the case of someone who is a comic, as a life calling, a bit more rudeness can be understandable. (The inner censor needs to be locked up sometimes for humor to come out.) But now sadly Barr sees where her rudeness got her.

    Pres Trump would be better off if he was less rude. Bill Clinton got away with so much, because he would be kind and helpful to people who had been extremely insulting. There was a story that made the rounds of a R congressman, who was intensely critical to Bill. That US Rep then got stranded in an upstate NY airport due to a winter storm. And Clinton got him aboard Air Force One, I think was how it turned out. What do you want to bet the next time Clinton needed support for something, his aides could call that person’s Congressional office and be listened to?

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    • September 10, 2018 at 2:18 pm
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    I believe in answering critical theory and Alinsky tactics. That is just the way it is now. Pus she make you think.

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    • September 10, 2018 at 2:23 pm
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    @caroljoy There’s a wise old maxim: “There’s more than one way to skin a cat.” Some folks seem to forget it when it comes to polemics. They think there’s only one worthy, allowable, Right way to make a point and persuade. 

    Those folks bore me. You shouldn’t pay heed to them.

    I, on the other hand, can enjoy the different styles and sensibilities of Ann Coulter and Mollie Hemingway, Victor Davis Hanson and Kurt Schlichter, Charles Kesler and P. J. O’Rourke, Roger Scruton and James Delingpole, Tom Woods and Andrew Klavan. 

    I’m just open-minded, intelligent — and I like to laugh. Political argument should be entertaining as well as thought-provoking; if it isn’t, it’s probably a lecture. 

    Or it’s the Ricochet Main Feed. 

    (That’s a little joke.)

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    • September 10, 2018 at 7:41 pm
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