Coulter and Her Syndicate Reach Copyright Agreement After 'Old Arab' Controversy
reported it first that Ann was using Universal's copyright on the bottom of her column (here,) after her "Old Arab" column appeared. "We asked if UPS approves of Ann using the copyright statement on her website and Lisa at UPS said No we dont, and my managers are looking into the matter. Paul then asked Lisa if UPS is going to make Ann remove the copyright clause and she said I dont know Well they made their decision. We are in the process of calling Lisa at UPS to try and get an additional comment.
By Dave Astor of E&P
NEW YORK Universal Press Syndicate and conservative columnist Ann Coulter have reached an agreement on removing Universal's copyright from columns on AnnCoulter.com that differ from columns sent to newspapers.
Meanwhile, the Detroit Free Press reported that 26 members of U.S. Congress have sent a letter to Universal protesting Coulter's Feb. 23 column, in which the conservative writer called liberal columnist Helen Thomas an "old Arab" and implied Thomas was a security threat to President Bush. read on
It's great to see the Congress protest one of her many racist slurs.