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Whether you love or loathe her, the self styled polemicist is arguably one of today’s most well-known conservative authors, columnists and political commentators.
Once described as the “Michael Moore of the right”, the so called ills of liberal American society have come under fire in her columns and novels which regularly top the New York Times bestselling list. During her colourful career, the vociferous republican has evoked both revulsion and praise for lampooning everything from pro-lifers to Islam.
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In her most recent book ‘Guilty: Liberal Victims and Their Assault on America’, the liberal left are persistently blamed for promoting single motherhood – which she opines is a “recipe to create criminals, strippers, rapists and murderers”.
An opponent of President Obama (who she refers to as ‘B. Hussein Obama’ to emphasise his Muslim background ), she claims that, along with celebrities such as Halle Berry and Alicia Keys, he perpetuates America’s “culture of victimhood” by identifying with the ethnicity of his absent black father.
Of the recent Fort Hood massacre, Coulter was quoted as saying “We have a caste system in America with different levels of victimhood. You have the feminists, gays, blacks, Jews. But the number one victims, (...starting on 9/11 when they killed 3,000 Americans), became Muslims.”
Vicious vitriol or a brazen breath of fresh air? What do you think? Send your questions for Ann Coulter and we’ll put a selection of them to her on Wednesday’s show.