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Is Ann Coulter a nutcase? If she is, she's one listened to and approved of by a frightening number of Americans. Surely, I say, hoping she will concede that she sometimes provokes to amuse, she doesn't believe everything she comes out with. "This is the shocking thing for your readers," she replies. "I believe everything I say."
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Sholto Byrnes, in "Ann Coulter: The blonde assassin" in The Independent (16 August 2004)

 
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