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Friday, July 07, 2006

Ann Coulter, Plagiarist?

Looks like famous hatemonger Ann Coulter doesn't always write her own stuff. A very informative article in the New York Post (owned by Rupert Murdoch, last time I checked, and not exactly a bastion of liberalism) documents at least three instances of cribbing in her latest book, "Godless," and numerous more instances in her columns.

She even cribbed a section from one of her frequent targets: Planned Parenthood:

One 25-word passage from the "Godless" chapter titled "The Holiest Sacrament: Abortion" appears to have been lifted nearly word for word from Planned Parenthood literature published at least 18 months before Coulter's 281-page book was released.

And this woman is supposed to be telling us about morality? Yuck on her politics, and yuck on her ethics.


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