She keeps sinking to new depths... "In an email interview with John Hawkins at the Right Wing News web site, Coulter was asked, among other thing
June 15, 2006

She keeps sinking to new depths...
"In an email interview with John Hawkins at the Right Wing News web site, Coulter was asked, among other things, to offer short comments on several individuals. After harmlessly dismissing former Ambassador Joseph Wilson as the "World's most intensely private exhibitionist," she said of Rep. John Murtha, the hawkish ex-Marine and now antiwar congressman: "The reason soldiers invented 'fragging.'"

Fragging, which became a well-known expression --and occurence -- during the Vietnam war, means soldiers attempting to kill their own officers for one reason or another
...read on"

Peter Daou has more: "Ann Coulter Identifies John Murtha as a Target for Murder"

"I posted an extended guest entry on Crooks and Liars earlier today explaining why I think Ann Coulter should not be ignored by the online community. Since Coulter-fatigue is setting in, I'm posting the entire essay below to reiterate why I believe it's premature to drop the issue and why the media should be held accountable for giving her a platform...read on"

Update:

Greg Sargent asks NBC's President some questions...

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