Coulter started her career in politics, but switched to journalism in 2008 to write for The New York Observer. She is the author of several New York Times best-sellers and is the president of the Independent Women’s Forum. She led the formation of the organization, which focuses on promoting conservative values in a growing America.
In 1996 Coulter was hired to work as a commentator on the cable news channel MSNBC and immediately made a name for herself with her sarcastic, over-the-top approach to political debate. The following year she was fired after quipping, “No wonder you guys lost,” during the broadcast of an argument with a disabled Vietnam veteran. Coulter insisted that many of her more controversial statements were meant to be humorous—wild exaggerations used to prove a larger point and to amuse herself and her friends. One of her most publicized remarks came shortly after the September 11 attacks in 2001. Reacting to video footage showing Muslims celebrating in the streets, Coulter wrote, “We should invade their countries, kill their leaders, and convert them to Christianity.” Coulter said that her detractors had taken that statement, and others, too literally.
“The Drudge Report is one of the biggest sites on the World Wide Web,” says Ingraham while introducing Drudge to her guests. Ingraham was an MSNBC news host and friend of the “elves,” a group of attorneys that included Coulter who were helping build a case against the president. Another lawyer from the group, George Conway (George Salazar), is also at the party. He dated Ingraham and is Kellyanne (Conway’s) future husband. Yes, the room is full of folks who will play a big role on the Fox News of the future, and in the Trump administration. But for now, they all just want to skewer the Clintons.
www.latimes.com www.latimes.com))“Impeachment” shows how Drudge, along with a constellation of other far-right outsiders, used the Clinton scandal to show folks like Isikoff just how real they were. They would decimate the idea of shared facts, trusted news and credible reporting, largely with angry rhetoric and unsourced hearsay. Clinton (Clive Owen), Lewinsky (Beanie Feldstein), and Linda Tripp (Sarah Paulson) were mere stepping“Impeachment” is full of prescient moments that connect the past to where we are today. It flicks at the horrors to come: the mudslingers and unhinged attention-seekers who helped foster the political divide, and hasten the decline of reliable journalism and fact-based news. (Source