Conservative columnist Ann
Coulter was recently fired/quit her post as a regular contributor
to the right-wing publication the National
Review. Here is the who, what, when, where, why and how
in the form of several links...
First came her column in
the days following the Sept. 11 attacks in which Coulter stated
that the U.S. should, "invade (Afghanistan), kill their leaders
and convert them to Christianity." The full text of the article
is available below...
is War" by Ann Coulter
Then, on Sept. 20, Coulter
wrote this follow-up column that the National Review refused
to run in light of the negative reaction of their readership and
sponsors to Coulter's earlier column. The second article was later
posted at Townhall.com
and is available below...
is Janet Reno when you need her" by Ann Coulter
By Oct.3, The National
Review had axed Coulter for "editorial reasons." The
Post picked up on the incident and ran an article on it
in their publication. It is available below...
Review Cans Columnist Ann Coulter" by Howard Kurtz
The "editorial reasons"
listed above were covered by National Review Editor Jonah
Goldberg in Oct. 3 editorial that is available below...
Coulter: Goodbye to all that" by Jonah Goldberg
On the same day that Goldberg's
story ran, another conservative publication, Frontpage Magazine,
picked up Coulter's column and its editor, David Horowitz, wrote
the following editorial welcoming her to the team...
Ann Coulter – FrontPage Columnist" by David Horowitz
As of November 1, Coulter
was back to her old tricks, calling liberals "mincing pantywaists"
and referring to Walter Cronkite as, "president of the Ho Chi
Minh Veneration Society." See her recent work below...
Xanax, Not Cipro" by Ann Coulter