Entries by Ann Coulter

White People Embarrassing Themselves

Taylor Swift, star of the LVIII Super Bowl, this year’s Grammys and a crackpot Fox News conspiracy theory that she’s a government PSYOP, is also the winner of my award for “Least Embarrassing Way To Attach Yourself to a Black Person When Accepting an Award.” For the uncouth among my readers, modern etiquette dictates that: 1) Black […]

Impeach Him Again

The crisis at the border is the No. 1 issue with voters, and it’s killing the Democrats. To my surprise, my party — the stupid party — has done something smart (which Fox News tried to talk them out of). They’ve forced Democrats to vote on the impeachment of the man orchestrating the invasion, Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas. […]

The Fall of Rome, Updated

Third-worlders killed three Americans in Jordan over the weekend, and our political establishment is ready to start World War III. Which is more of a national security threat: terrorists 6,000 miles away, or our wide-open border?       People have different ways of evaluating threats, but the most basic test is: Which one kills more U.S. […]

Post-Apocalypse America

Having lost a few (lots of) steak dinner bets on whether Trump would be the nominee (I said no), and nursing my bitter disappointment that it won’t be Florida’s miracle governor, Ron DeSantis, I asked one of the steak dinner champions his secret method. Me: How did you know??? How could you possibly have imagined […]

The Next Million Fentanyl Deaths are on You, New Hampshire

Do you care about fentanyl, New Hampshire? Every year, more than 400 of your fellow Granite Staters die from drug overdoses, mostly from fentanyl.       Nikki Haley promises to keep the fentanyl pipeline open. You can’t have missed it — she says it at every speech, debate, town hall, roundtable, meet-and-greet, TV interview and casual conversation: — […]

Prove You’re Not ‘Easily Led,’ Evangelicals

    In 1986, The New York Times described evangelicals as “more easily led than other kinds of voters.” Then in 1993, The Washington Post reported that evangelicals were “largely poor, uneducated and easy to command.” (The Washington Post issued a correction; the Times did not.)      For the past week, the media have been trying to […]

Black Women in Charge 

      The Claudine Gay affair reminds me that we need a reckoning on how the “intersectionality” project is going.      The idea was that after centuries of being kept down by racism and sexism — although that didn’t seem to hurt accomplished Black women like Barbara Jordan, Condi Rice, Jessye Norman, Zora Neale […]