THE WOMAN WHO HARDLY EVER MAKES A MISTAKE
From the latest column by Ann Coulter (emphasis mine):
Al-Jazeera also broadcast a TV miniseries last year based on the "Protocols of the Elders Of Zion." (I didn't see it, but I hear James Brolin was great!) Al-Jazeera has run programs on the intriguing question, "Is Zionism worse than Nazism?" (Take a wild guess where the consensus was on this one.) It runs viewer comments about Jews being descended from pigs and apes. How about that for a Newsweek cover story, Evan?
Or perhaps not:
In another incidence of blatantly anti-Semitic programming on an Arab television network, a new dramatic series based on the infamous anti-Semitic forgery, "The Protocols of the Elders of Zion," has begun airing this week on Lebanese satellite television...
...the first episode in the series Ash-Shatat ("The Diaspora") aired October 27 on the satellite television network Al Manar, the official station of the terrorist group Hezbollah, based in Lebanon.
--Anti-Defamation League press release, 10/28/03
In October - November 2002, Egyptian TV featured a similar 41-part series based on the "Protocols of the Elders of Zion," Horseman Without a Horse, which also aired during Ramadan.
--ADL press release, 1/9/04
A television station backed by a Saudi prince has sparked outrage by broadcasting clips that show young children being taught to hate Jews -- referring to them as "apes and pigs" -- and embrace martyrdom.
Recent broadcasts on Iqraa Television, one of the global satellite channels packaged by the Arab Radio and Television Network (ART), a Saudi-based company, features anti-Semitic interviews with a father, a psychiatrist and even a 3-year-old girl.
--Fox News, 6/15/02
Oh well -- she's right about Al-Jazeera airing a discussion of the question "Is Zionism worse than Nazism?" in May 2001. So she's one for three. So that's only two mistakes in one paragraph. (Three, if you count the fact that she said that a show based on the "Protocols" aired last year, rather than one in 2002 and another in 2003.) Two is not a large number, and three isn't, either. I guess that means she doesn't really make a lot of mistakes.