Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Ann Coulter: Dems have more conspiracy nuts
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Dems have more conspiracy nuts

Ann Coulter
Taking aim at both the "birther" movement and Democratic elected officials, Ann Coulter today lists the conspiracy theories Dems and their supporters have believed through the years, from 9/11 to Diebold's "vote stealing."

Writes Coulter in her new column: "[T]rying to revive his failing TV show, MSNBC's Chris Matthews has been denouncing the birthers on 'Hardball' nightly and demanding that every elected Republican who appears on his show do the same.

"How many times has Matthews forced Democratic officeholders to denounce Al Sharpton for the Tawana Brawley hoax? Or for that matter, how many times has he forced Sharpton – a frequent guest on his show – to admit the case was a fraud?

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"Sharpton has veto power over all Democratic presidential candidates. Even Al Gore, a former vice president of the United States, was required to kiss Sharpton's ring."

Coulter also discusses the 1980 "October Surprise" theory, stating: "The only October surprise will come under Obamacare: Order an MRI in April and get it by ... October – surprise!"
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What Ann Coulter represents to the written word, Molotov Mitchell is to the age of video. He's edgy. He's creative. And he's a digital bomb-thrower.

This week, Molotov Mitchell applies "separation of church and state" to secular humanists.
Now you can watch eligibility story
Farah produces 1st feature documentary on Obama mystery
A Question of Eligibility
WASHINGTON - WND Editor Joseph Farah has produced the first major DVD documentary on the critical issues surrounding the constitutional eligibility of Barack Obama to serve as president – but it wasn't easy.

In fact, during the course of shooting and editing "A Question of Eligibility," the award-winning filmmaking team, veterans of many controversial movie projects, made the unusual request to keep its identity secret for fear of retribution from the administration.

"That's how hot this topic is," said Farah. "That's how hot this movie is."

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