Ann Coulter

Is Trump still the same guy who won in November?

W. James Antle III, Washington Examiner

Ann Coulter isn't exactly alone in thinking that Trump has not delivered on his populist and nationalist mandate. The faction of the administration committed to those policies is somewhat beleaguered. Steve Bannon is out as top White House strategist. Sebastian Gorka is no longer working as a national security aide. Attorney General Jeff Sessions remains, but has been publicly humiliated by the president several times.

And Then There Was The One

Ann Coulter, Human Events

A guy just won the Republican nomination for president by spending no money, hiring no pollsters, running virtually no TV ads, and just saying what he truly believed no matter how many times people told him he couldn’t say that. Coulter says I always hoped I’d see this once before I died, so pay attention, because it’s the last time we’re going to see it in our lifetimes.

Ann Coulter Was Right!

Jay D. Homnick, The American Spectator

When Donald Trump announced his candidacy in June 2015, columnist Ann Coulter said on a TV interview she thought he would win. The audience burst into gales of rippling laughter. A scant eleven months later, Ms. Coulter may be forgiven for returning the laugh.

Ann Coulter Fails Civics, Tweets Fake Trump Endorsement

Steve Berman, The Resurgent

I don’t think it’s a crime to impersonate a non-existent Congressman on Twitter, but it’s a crime against intelligence to blindly retweet his endorsement for a presidential candidate, if you’re a well-known pundit like Coulter. C’mon Ann, even you are better than this.

Save us from Paul Ryan and the Kemp boys

Ann Coulter, Daily Caller

Like Kemp, Ryan acts as if he’s the tribune of blacks and Hispanics, chastising Republicans for “preaching to the choir.” He prefers to preach to the mariachi band — one of which serenaded him on his visit to an immigrant rights group in Chicago, a few months after his failed vice presidential bid.

Ann Coulter Introduces Trump In Iowa

Steve Berman, Biz Pac Review

Ann Coulter got the crowd fired-up for her candidate, calling the media “speech Nazis” when she introduced Donald Trump in Iowa on Tuesday. “Maybe Mitt Romney had to lose,” she mused.  “And maybe Mitch McConnell and John Boehner had to betray us once again to pave the way for President Donald Trump.”

What Does It Take To Be An Establishment Republican “Strategist”?

Any moron can open a Twitter account and start trashing those with whom they disagree, but that doesn’t make that person a political “strategist,” it merely makes them a Twitter troll, like establishment Republicans Cheri Jacobus and Rick Wilson.

No Limit To Number Of Mexicans That Should Be Allowed In America

Matthew Boyle, Breitbart

Conservative columnist and 10-time New York Times bestselling author Ann Coulter steamrolled Fusion host Jorge Ramos in an appearance Tuesday filled with dramatic moments, none more interesting than where Coulter got Ramos to admit he doesn’t believe there should be a limit to how many Mexicans the United States will allow into this country—either legally or illegally.

GOP's Big Idea: Let's Not Have a Wave Election

Ann Coulter, TownHall

The GOP leadership has got to choose between their voters and their donors. They can't have both -- at least as long as the donors keep big-footing the conservative base on immigration. No amount of money in the world is going to help a candidate who's allowed to sell only crap.

Coulter: Get Angry Now

Ann Coulter, Daily Caller

Believe Obama's threat; Executive amnesty is coming if the GOP doesn't win the Senate.

Ann Coulter Gets One Right (Sort Of)

Many conservatives may not like Ann Coulter’s tough and almost personal attack on the motives of Christian overseas missionaries, like Dr. Brantly, but Coulter was right; if we want to save America we need to preach the Gospel and do good works here rather than expecting politics to fix what ails our country.

A Mississippian's Reply to Ann Coulter

Mississippi Conservative Daily

"We’ve had enough of cowardly Repubs., like you, who whimper at the slightest hand raised by Dems. We're proud to stand behind a true conservative fighter in Chris McDaniel. But if you are not going to join our crusade, then do us all a big favor and shut up!"

Coulter Says Mitt Strongest on Immigration, Tops for '16

Jeffrey Poor, Breitbart

On The Howie Carr Show, GOP-E commentator Ann Coulter shocked some conservatives when she said she is making loser Mitt Romney her favorite for the 2016 Republican contest. She also said that Ted Cruz was awful on immigration. Is she nuts?

Ann Coulter: Still Full of It

Ann Coulter’s smorgasbord conservatism is a path to permanent minority status for the GOP because it blurs the lines between the parties and amounts to a grant of lifetime tenure to establishment Republican Senators like Mitch McConnell, Thad Cochran and other Big Government Republicans. 

Coulter Doubles Down on Attack of 'Con Men & Shysters' Using TeaParty

Breitbart TV

On Sean Hannity’s Fox News broadcast, commentator Ann Coulter reiterated a criticism she had offered a few weeks earlier of groups ginning up anger under the Tea Party banner for monetary gains. 

McConnell Backer Ann Coulter Lies About Cruz; Gets Amnesty Push 100% Wrong

Jen Kuznicki, JenKuznicki.com

Once again, Coulter relies on the left to hurt conservatives and bolster the establishment. McConnell is pulling the strings on amnesty, and just as Mark Levin has said, McConnell is working in the shadows to pass it, and that is one of the main reasons MM has to be defeated.

Where Are the Conservative Rallies?

K-Bob, RIght Scoop

"We need to serve notice that activism is necessary. We need to be prepared, each of us, to get involved. We must be very selective. Send contributions only to conservatives and strong Constitutionalists. Attend only rallies for the same. Discourage activism on behalf of the RNC."

Don't Trust Coulter on the TeaParty

Jen Kuznicki, JenKuznicki.com

Ann wants to keep on pumping DC full of more and more liberal squish. She went to great lengths before '12 elections to push out every conservative, played like a conservative enough to fool enough people. Don’t trust her with your voting decisions, or your pocketbook.

Ann Coulter Is Full Of It

Now that the Tea Party movement has grown politically sophisticated enough to adopt the tools that the establishment uses to stay in power, such as PACs, and the Senate Conservatives Fund PAC is being effective against incumbent Big Government establishment Republicans, Coulter wants to disarm the opposition.

Coulter and Hannity Spar Over Tea Party & Establishment

Jason Howerton, The Blaze

Ann Coulter and Sean Hannity clashed over the tactics being used by some Tea Party lawmakers in DC. Hannity commended lawmakers for taking a stand for principles. Coulter criticized Tea Partyers who focus on “defeating estab. Repubs.” instead of Dems. She said GOP should focus on the Senate and Obamacare.