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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

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  • Bob Woodward, Carl Bernstein on ‘Face the Nation’

     
    Carl Bernstein, left, and Bob Woodward in 2005, when the identity of Deep Throat was revealed. Photo credit: Win McNamee/Getty Images To mark the 40th anniversary of  the Watergate break-in, Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein will sit for a “Face the...
  • Tonight: ‘Saturday Night Live’; NFL Network; Bill O’Reilly, Bill Maher on ‘Rock Center’

     
    What will “Saturday Night Live” make of Mitt Romney's secretly taped comments to donors in Florida? You don't have to wait till Saturday night to find out. NBC offers an “SNL Primetime Election Special” at 8 tonight. The half-...
  • Bill Clinton, Salman Rushdie on ‘Fareed Zakaria GPS’; Gov. Scott Walker on ‘Fox News Sunday’

     
    “Face the Nation” isn't the only stop for Bill Clinton on Sunday morning. The former president also talks to “Fareed Zakaria GPS” at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. this weekend. Author Salman Rushdie weighs in on religious extremism. Elsewhere...
  • Bill Maher welcomes Ben Affleck, Ann Coulter

     
    The guest list this week on “Real Time With Bill Maher” sounds like the formula for fireworks. The roundtable guests will be actor-director Ben Affleck, whose new movie is “Argo”; Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif.; and Gov. Brian...
  • This weekend: ‘Gold Rush’ returns; World Series continues; Ann Coulter visits Piers Morgan

     
    Sports, reality television and controversial celebrities stand out on this weekend's schedule. A few highlights: 1. ”Gold Rush,” Discovery Channel's most popular series, starts its third season in a big way Friday night. The show will offer...
  • Letters to the editor

    'Limbaugh Challenge' Re “Take the Limbaugh Challenge. I dare you.” Opinion, March 29 I can't tell if Andrew Klavan's piece is serious or satire. If satire, bravo -- it brilliantly captures the reasons why I can't listen to Rush Limbaugh for...
  • Small Wonders: Circling back to Christianity

    Small Wonders: Circling back to Christianity
    This is the first in a three-part series. In August, I voiced my thoughts on same-sex marriage and Anne Rice's much-publicized renunciation of organized Christianity. The feedback I received was, to say the least, energetic. Were I the extremist...
  • Voter Fraud Complaint Against Ann Coulter Dismissed

    The State Elections Enforcement Commission Thursday dismissed a complaint of voter fraud against national conservative columnist Ann Coulter, saying there was "insufficient evidence" to support an allegation that she wasn't a Connecticut resident when she...
  • Small Wonders: Oil on troubled waters

    I've been feeling like one of those oil-covered sea gulls on a beach in Louisiana. Every morning I get up and take a look at the newspaper. I glance at the headline, usually in dismay, then automatically flip to the bottom of the page to see who died....
  • Lizz Winstead brings 'Wake Up World' to Steve Allen Theater

    Lizz Winstead brings 'Wake Up World' to Steve Allen Theater
    Lizz Winstead is on a roll. "I heard Pat Buchanan saying that one of the reasons John McCain lost the election was that Sarah Palin was too pretty. Uh, clearly it was her jarring beauty that cost the Republicans the White House. No doubt people said,...
  • McClellan hearing: 'Book of Month Club'

     
    By Katie Fretland Former White House Press Secretary Scott McClellan testified today that Vice President Dick Cheney has information that has not been shared publicly about the leak of former CIA agent Valerie Plame's name to the press. He also......