By reporters who are allowed to interview Ann again.
John Cloud, Time Magazine
“But no one on the right is so iconic… Coulter epitomizes the way politics is now discussed on the airwaves, where opinions must come violently fast and cause as much friction as possible. No one, right or left, delivers the required apothegmatic commentary on the world with as much glee or effectiveness as Coulter. It is almost impossible to watch her and not be sluiced into rage or elation, depending on your views. As a congressional staff member 10 years ago, Coulter used to help write the nation's laws. Now she is far more powerful: she helps set the nation's tone...”
Abigail Tracy, Vanity Fair
“I probably thought what the Never Trumpers think of him now: I thought he was a tacky boor, I suppose, if you had asked me. I feel horrible saying that now, but I never thought of him. I just sort of saw the headlines. So I did not know that he was the kind of person who could actually believe things and was as patriotic as he seems to be, and wouldn’t back down.”
Jamie Glasov, Frontpage Magazine
FP: Let's move on to discuss your own personal background. Tell us, what influenced you to become a Conservative? Were there some people or events that molded your views in your childhood, youth, etc?
AC: There was an absence of the sort of trauma that would deprive me of normal, instinctual reactions to things. I had happily married parents, a warm and loving family, and a happy childhood with lots of friends. Thus, there were no neurotic incidents to turn me into a liberal.
Charlotte Allen, Beliefnet.com
BN: “You say that the Episcopal Church is "barely even a church. Why?”
AC: “Because it's become increasingly difficult to distinguish the pronouncements of the Episcopal Church from the latest Madonna video.”
BN: “Are churches that don't agree with your politics or religious beliefs not really churches?”
AC: “Correct: They're called “mosques.”
Jonathan Freedland, The Guardian
"She has a magnetism that sets her apart from the bulk of the talking-head industry," he wrote. "Once you see her, it's hard to look away. Like a train wreck or a prize fight, something about Ann Coulter makes you sit up and look."
Jonathan Pitts, The Baltimore Sun
“My ideal America would have no liberals and 7-gallon flush toilets in every bathroom.”
Taylor Hill, Jambands.com
“The first two albums Santa gave me when I was around 11 years old were Simon and Garfunkel’s Greatest Hits and American Beauty. I think my parents' reaction was, “Well, at least they're not listening to the Osmonds.”