Monday, July 24, 2006

COULTER JOKES ABOUT WHITE POWDER SENT TO NY TIMES


















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7/25/2006....Ann Coulter Censored Again By Newspaper
Editor & Publisher, a newspaper trade magazine, slammed Ann Coulter again.


The latest installments in the magazine's jihad against Coulter includes a story that Georgia's Augusta Chronicle has become the second newspaper to drop Coulter's nationally syndicated column. The magazine said Coulter's "stridency" has crossed the line.

Since Coulter's new book, "Godless: The Church of Liberalism," shot to the top of the best-seller lists, liberal media outlets have been furious that Coulter criticized four of the 9/11 widows for their political activities.

7/24/2006....Ann Coulter Jokes About Powder Sent to NY Times;
In yet another report on Ann Coulter, Editor & Publisher magazine (E&P) is now wondering if Coulter meant it when she joked about being the person who sent a letter filled with corn starch to the New York Times.
http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/news/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1002840991

According to Women's Wear Daily (WWD), a source at the Times, known only as anonymous, told WWD that the corn starch attack "makes all of Ann Coulter's comments a little less funny. I wonder if she considers herself at all responsible when lunatics read her columns and she says that we should be killed."

Eager to join the fray, WWD sent an e-mail from the publication's Memo Pad feature to Coulter and promptly got a reply saying: "So glad to hear that the New York Times got my letter and that your friend at the Times thinks I'm funny. Good luck in journalism and please send me your home address so we can stay in touch, too."

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