IN THE LATE 1990s, lawyer and author Ann Coulter established herself as one of the most aggressive conservative commentators in America. While other columnists prefer to moderate their criticisms for a politically correct age, Coulter wrote with an instinct for the jugular and the will to employ that instinct. Indeed, Coulter stands apart even from other staunch conservatives, such as Sean Hannity, in the unmitigated ferocity with which she carves into her opponents.

Born in Connecticut, Coulter attended Cornell University and later earned a J.D. degree from the University of Michigan. Coulter enjoyed a prestigious early legal career, serving as an editor of the University of Michigan law review and clerking for Eighth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals Judge Pasco Bowman II, before entering the ...

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