Ann Coulter is an American conservative social and political commentator, writer, syndicated columnist, and lawyer. She frequently appears on television, radio, and as a speaker at public and private events.
It's weeks like this that make me wish I had a job and didn't have to stay home watching TV. With the impeachment nonsense dragging into its 56th month, I have some random observations, only a few of which have anything to do with impeachment.1) As tempting as it must be for Republican senators to make a headlong rush to the TV cameras at the conclusion of the day's festivities, they would be well advised
Impeachments aren't what they used to be. Today, young people are supposed to be excited that the president withheld taxpayer money from Ukraine -- a half-billion-dollar foreign aid package that ticks off most Americans under any circumstances, going to a country notable for not being our country, and for a purpose other than the wall.Now, Bill Clinton -- that was an impeachment!First, there was the corpus delicti of the case -- a White House intern,
While listening to news reports of what a monstrous threat Iran is, I’ve been wracking my brain to think of a single terrorist attack in this country committed by an Iranian. If there is one, now would be a good time to mention it! But I can’t find any.Nor any child rapes, Medicare frauds, heroin dealing or general anti-social behavior making life in America such a pleasure these days.Even the 9/11 report could tie Iran
America's apparently unstoppable gusher of mass Third World immigration is on track to deliver a sick, dystopian future, where some people will do very well -- cheap maids and all -- but women and children will fare quite poorly.(Finally! A story where women and children really ARE "hit hardest.") (That's Joe Sobran's gag on a typical New York Times headline.)With the major media actively covering up the crimes of immigrants, and big tech companies censoring