I want to write about serious stuff, and I will later on, but for now I just want to point out that today's New York Times gives Ann Coulter a small taste of her own medicine:
But though she often extols the virtues of places like Kansas City and claims to love the hoi polloi, she seems to like them best at the other end of the television set. Take her taste in ski hills. "Vail was going more family-oriented," she complained, recalling a time when she avoided Aspen because it was full of celebrities from Los Angeles. "I'm sitting enjoying my margarita in the hot tub, and these kids rolled this enormous snowball, like bigger than my entire body, heaved it in the hot tub. And I stormed up to our room and I told my skiing partner: `O.K., that's it. No more Vail. We're going to Aspen.' Who am I kidding? I love superficial L.A. people."
Yes, it's in the Sunday Styles section. No, it doesn't delve very deep into the steaming pile of lies and group slanders Coulter has constructed over the years. And yes, the Times developed the courage to do this only after several conservatives criticized Coulter harshly. Still, it's a start.