Conservative pundit and author Ann Coulter is coming to the Richard Nixon Library for a reading and book signing on November 4 which goes to show you the scariest thing to happen in OC happens after Halloween. You can order your tickets at this link and a reminder that the speech starts at 7PM.
Coulter has a new book out that bashes Liberals, “Never Trust a Liberal Over the Age of Three, Especially Republicans.” She’s such a comedian.
Here’s a snippet of her first interview about the book with Newsbusters:
“Like many people I think, like many patriots out there, after the last presidential election, I just completely withdrew from politics. I don’t even know what you guys were putting up. You may have withdrawn from politics and been watching Gossip Girl and Revenge like I did. I didn’t listen to political news, and all of my friends were the same way. What was happening on Fox, MSNBC, talk radio, it would be like asking me what happened on Mars for the first three or four months after the election.
And then there were big issues: liberals trying to take our guns away, and amnesty – trying to get the Democrats 30 million new voters. And those two kind of reeled my back in. But other than that, I was just watching Turner Classic Movies. I and all of my most hyper-political friends were that way. I think a lot of conservatives were. We worked really hard on the last election. We had a good candidate. We weren’t as bratty about it as Democrats were – remember how Democrats felt when John Kerry lost to an incumbent in 2004? They were all committing suicide, threatening to move to Canada.
So my idea with this book is it’s a fun book. About 70 percent of it is – and this is way harder than it sounds – the best of the best of the best of my last ten years’ of columns, organized into what I think is a rational grouping with introductions for each one with some points I’ve been meaning to make on some larger subject areas. It begins with a chapter on what I want Republicans to concentrate on – and that is winning elections – and disputing some of the myths about that.
I think whenever something goes wrong, people tend to lunge at easy solutions, and as you know from reading the book, I am disputing both the claim it’s the Tea Party’s fault and the claim it’s establishment Republicans’ fault. A lot of things went wrong. Let’s look at all of them and not make any of these mistakes again. But the main point is concentrate on winning the way the Democrats do.”
Now there’s a part of me that would love to go to the Nixon Library to heckle Coulter. But let’s face it; there are better things to spend money on.