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    Ann Hart Coulter was born on December 8, 1961, in New York City, to John Vincent Coulter (1926–2008), an FBI agent from a working class Catholic Irish American and German American family in Albany, New York, and Nell Husbands Coulter (née Martin; 1928–2009), who was born in Paducah, Kentucky.

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  2. Ann Coulter (born December 8, 1961) is from the United States.She is a writer and is known for her controversial opinions about politics. She was asked to go on television, radio and speaks at public and private events.

    • Ann Hart Coulter, December 8, 1961 (age 60), New York City, U.S.
    • 1996–present
  3. Ann Hart Coulter (s. 8. joulukuuta 1961) on yhdysvaltalainen konservatiivinen kolumnisti, poliittinen kommentaattori ja kirjailija. Hänet tunnetaan keskustelua herättävistä radikaaleista lausunnoistaan. Coulter syntyi New Yorkin kaupungissa, mutta kasvoi New Canaanissa Connecticutissa.

  4. Ann Hart Coulter, född 8 december 1961 i New York i New York, är en amerikansk författare, advokat och konservativ politisk kommentator.. Biografi. Ann Coulter studerade vid Cornell University där hon var medgrundare till den konservativa studenttidningen Cornell Review, för vilken hon även en tid var redaktör.

    • Speeches at College Campuses
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    • Category:Journalists Accused of Fabrication Or Plagiarism
    • Arrogance
    • Coulter as A Speaker
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    • Joke
    • Trivia

    “Shane Kennedy, then president of the IU College Republicans student group, defended her comments, saying, "I think the guy could have been more respectful to her."” should be removed. “After the speech, during a question-and-answer period, many audience members, including the wife of a soldier stationed in Iraq, voiced their support for Coulter and apologized on behalf of the unruly students.” should be removed. These detract from the rest of the section as they'e completely un-noteworthy comments made by obvious supporters of Ann Coulter. Curiously absent is any comment from her detractors. — NRen2k515:31, 27 January 2007 (UTC) 1. Agreed that it is not NPOV. Once Good Cop agrees to stop fighting everyone over a particular passage, we'll try to unprotect the page and get that changed. --Ubiq 18:36, 27 January 2007 (UTC) 1.1. Seems kind of one-sided to present what the "protestors" said/did, but not to present what the non-protestors said/did. It's all copyrighted material, anyhow....

    So we have two points that are preventing the page from becoming unprotected: College campus speech and Coulter, Canada, and Vietnam War sections. Good Cop seemingly has abandoned Canada and Vietnam War. If Lou doesn't respond with his specific objections rather than ad hominems consisting of "you're not getting the big picture here", can we unprotect this page please? --kizzle03:42, 31 January 2007 (UTC) 1. Seconded. I think my long, detailed rebuttals are wearing them both out, haha. We can request unprotection here if I'm not mistaken. But I'm not quite sure because I've never gone through an unprotection process. You seem like you've got a good grasp of what to do in this situation so I'll let you handle it. But I definitely agree it's time to get this thing unprotected (or perhaps put to semi-protect). --Ubiq 22:42, 31 January 2007 (UTC) 1.1. I'll give Lou another day or so to reply with something beyond an ad hominem regarding the campus speech, then I'll request unprotection...

    I would remove her from this category because Ann Coulter is not a journalist, she is a writer/commentator. As she is not a journalist, she cannot be a journalist accused of fabrication or plagiarism. I just removed Al Franken from the same category for the same reason. She could be in a writers accused of plagiarism category though. Anynobody04:00, 31 January 2007 (UTC) 1. Removed her from said category for said reasons. Anynobody00:38, 2 February 2007 (UTC)

    Was watching Fox News for some strange reason and she said "if a Republican can't get my vote then he has no hope of winning". Is she always so arrogant?, 1 February 2007 (UTC) >>> Arrogance? No! IT IS AN ACT!!! She is selling a product. She has no 'stance'. She has a bank-account. Fini! 1. Yes. It's her schtick. That quote actually seems modest in comparison to the things she normally says. FYI I would advise against watching Fox News, unless you just like being lied to, misled, and generally brainwashed. --Ubiq 19:21, 1 February 2007 (UTC) 1.1. Your point of view is showing. Let's hope you keep it out of your edits. Many people do, many don't. Lou Sander 22:09, 1 February 2007 (UTC) 1.1.1. I really don't know what your problem with me is. All you've done the last 3 or 4 days is attack me and insinuate that I'm biased, or that I don't get some "big picture". If you can find any bias in my editing, feel free to point it out. I could sit here and compile mountains...

    Ann Coulter is a very popular writer of books and columns. She has strong opinions, and she states them bluntly, and those traits are pretty relevant to her popularity and notability. They are present in her books, which are bestsellers; and in her columns, which are run in about 100 newspapers. She also frequently appears on television shows, where she is typically a major figure, and where she typically states her strong opinions bluntly. Like most important thinkers and writers, Coulter also makes speeches, some of them on college campuses. Like speeches anywhere, these have a much smaller audience than her writing or television appearances. Because of her strong opinions and statements, and because undergraduates like to heckle, she frequently has hecklers at her college and university speeches. The fact that she has them is, IMHO, reasonably relevant to her notability. But the individual speeches, hecklers, etc. are something different. Does it matter what an individual heckler...

    I'm suggesting we should semi-protect this. There's been a lot of recent edits like this one, "Ann Coulter is a Fascist blow-up doll" amongst other things. Fascist? Probably. But it doesn't belong here. and as far as I know it has nothing to do with Richard Belzer. Dåvid Fuchs (talk / contribs) 02:17, 2 February 2007 (UTC) 1. Belzer is the guy who called her that. ~Switch t04:13, 2 February 2007 (UTC) I concur. The article was on long-term semi-protection -- {{sprotected2}} -- beginning Nov 30 (diff), and before that had been on "short-term" semi-protection for quite some time, because of incessant vandalism. When it was switched to fully protected, the the semi-protection was "overwritten", and so once the full protection was taken off it became altogether unprotected. I suspect this was a mere oversight, owing to different admin's doing the semi-protection, the full protection, and the un-protection. At any rate, the vandalism has wasted no time in beginning again, so semi-protect...

    I made a few changes regarding this section. I removed the republican group president's comments and replaced that "big distortion of the truth" statement with a relevant and accurate one. My changes can be found here: .Lou Sander has taken it upon himself to make edits as well. I, however, don't agree with them. He removed Ann's response to a question from an audience member of a speech: . He removed the portion that stated what groups the protesters were affiliated with: . I feel both these edits are removing relevant facts that explain the respective situations. I'm 99% sure that most of us did not agree on these changes that he made, and that he's taken, in a sense, a unilateral approach to editing, such that it suits his POV. Are most of us in agreement with his changes and if not, would you guys feel okay pursuing an RfAr in this case? Thoughts would be appreciated. --Ubiq03:17, 2 February 2007 (UTC) 1. Your changes seem pretty biased to me. Every time somebody defends Ms. Cou...

    I just realized two new edits by where he basically just removed relevent, contextual information to the section we all seem to have our eye on: "Speeches at college campuses". These are changes that I'm sure very few people would agree on. I think a semi-protect might be in order, as well as an RfAr. I'm also going to see about getting an admin involved to address this user's various vandalism as well. It's been 12 or so hours since the unprotect and we've already got an edit war on our hands. Sad. --Ubiq11:36, 2 February 2007 (UTC) 1. The second one is the removal of the text I quoted above, which does not fit in the area it was situated in. It did not stir a controversy. Heck, that entire section needs to be culled, it is overly wordy. Kyaa the Catlord11:44, 2 February 2007 (UTC) 2. Um, these edits to Ann Coulter do not meet the definition of vandalism. They even made a coherent edit summary and used the talk page. Protection is not meant to filter out people you di...

    A Google search for "Ann Coulter" Justice Stevens reveals 100,000 hits, including Fox News,, Huffington Post, and Jewish World Review. A one-sentence mention is not going to violate undue weight here. --kizzle19:00, 2 February 2007 (UTC) 1. A Google search for "Ann Coulter" Satan reveals 241,000 hits, so I think we shouldn't let Google's algoriths write articles. That said, the joke was reported by more reliable sources than most of her humor, so should probably stay. Cool Hand Luke 19:10, 2 February 2007 (UTC) 1.1. As above, the google test is a major failure when dealing with Ann Coulter. I scanned the first few pages of that search and the majority of them were blogs. The Huffington Post is a blog, for that matter. Kyaa the Catlord19:12, 2 February 2007 (UTC) 1.2. Of course a Google search means nothing in itself, which is why I also mentioned the notable news/opinion outlets that it was mentioned on as well. --kizzle19:22, 2 February 2007 (UTC)

    Page is filled with trivia. How is including every remark she said that anyone ever took offense at encyclopedic? Pare down. Hipocrite - «Talk»19:11, 2 February 2007 (UTC) 1. The problem is that there is a group of editors who balk and edit war every time someone tries to remove any line from this article. Kyaa the Catlord 19:13, 2 February 2007 (UTC) 1.1. Actually, the problem is that there is a group of editors who want this article to praise Ann Coulter and a group of editors who want this article to defame Ann Coulter, and both of those groups align together to drive off the much smaller group of editors who want this article to describe Ann Coulter. Anyone who sees the problem as being only on the other side is part of the problem. Hipocrite - «Talk» 19:24, 2 February 2007 (UTC) 1.1.1. (stands up and claps) --kizzle19:28, 2 February 2007 (UTC) 1.1.2. Cough. Excuse me? Step off that soapbox and then talk, we're all editors here and the assumption of good faith is required, manda...

  5. Jul 14, 2021 · Ann Coulter, better known by her family name Ann Hart Coulter, is a popular American Journalist. Born on December 8, 1961 in United States of America, Ann Coulter started her career as Journalist . she is one of famous Journalist with the age 59 years old group. We recommend you to check the complete list of Famous Journalist.

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