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Ann Coulter Discusses New Book ‘Mugged’ With NB: Racism Dead If Not for Media


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Ann Coulter is an eight-time New York Times bestselling author as well as the legal correspondent for Human Events and a syndicated columnist for Universal Press Syndicate.

She has been a dear friend of the Media Research Center’s for decades and is beloved by NewsBusters readers around the world.


We’re very pleased to have an opportunity to discuss her new book with her entitled, “Mugged: Racial Demagoguery from the Seventies to Obama.”

Mugged.jpgNEWSBUSTERS: Before we get to your fabulous new book which I finished yesterday and think might be the most important piece you’ve ever done, you said on ABC's This Week this morning that you don’t watch any of the shows up for Emmys because you’re “busy watching the children’s hour on MSNBC.” Please explain.

ANN COULTER: I think they might win an Emmy for best children's programming. And Rachel Maddow for best comedy.

NEWSBUSTERS: You and I have talked before about this - you watch a lot of MSNBC.

COULTER: Yes I do. Yes I do. It is something to behold, and that was part of what gave me the idea for the book. Lots of people noticed I was completely undercover for about two and a half months. The idea just came to me in April, and it's a topic I've been interested in for a while. So I had actually read most of the books I cite like “Circle of Six,” and obviously not only have I read all of Thomas Sowell's books, many of them I've read twice, and “Albion's Seed.”


I researched a lot of this already because race and liberal guilt and their despicable history with respect to their race relations in America is a topic that's interested me. But from watching MSNBC, and particularly the Trayvon Martin nonsense, it was like a flashback to the '70s and '80s living in New York where it was just a constant state of racial turmoil and crazy racial demagoguery from the New York Times and all the “respectable” press as if we had the Klan on the New York City police force.




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