Four Conservative Talk Hosts Correct Author in YouTube Video
Contact: Donna Ballentine, American Right To Life, 888-888-ARTL, office@AmericanRTL.org
DENVER, Mar. 27 /Christian Newswire/ -- American Right To Life today releases a YouTube video, The Ann Coulter Hang-Ups and its associated website, AnnCoulterApology.com, documenting the growing rift between the right-wing pundit and popular Christian pro-family leaders. This cross-country sampling of conservative talk show hosts from Florida, Iowa, Colorado and California confronts the best-selling author on her repeated defense of those implementing homosexual marriage and tax-funded abortion.
More than just the title of her new best-seller, Guilty, may also describe Ann Coulter herself, according to American RTL president and Columbine dad Brian Rohrbough. "If she wants him elected, Ann Coulter will try to cover up a politician's aggressive attacks on children and the family, it seems the only prerequisite is an R after his name."
"Coulter can answer soft-ball criticism from the left," says ARTL vice president and former Colorado Republican party chairman Steve Curtis, "but she always has 'to run' when Christian journalists document her misinformation and ask for a correction?" The Ann Coulter Hang-Ups shows Coulter repeatedly punting and ending interviews instead of answering valid questions. The talk hosts are:
- Bill Keller: Tampa's 50k-watt AM 820 WWBA, two million receive his LivePrayer.com daily devotional
- Steve Deace: Iowa's #1 talker, afternoon drive at Des Moines' 50k-watt AM 1040 Newsradio WHO
- Bob Enyart: on America's most-powerful Christian radio station, Denver's 50k-watt AM 670 KLTT
- Gregg Jackson: emceed the 2007 and 2008 CPAC presidential candidates sessions (Conservative Political Action Conference), authored the best-selling Conservative Comebacks to Liberal Lies, and hosted talk shows at Boston's 50k-watt AM 680 WRKO News Talk and until recently at Salem Radio Network's Los Angeles station KDAR.
American Right To Life's new video and website urges Coulter to publicly correct her record of Republican politician Mitt Romney and then apologize. "Ann Coulter has misrepresented and even defended some of the most egregious and immoral behavior," said Rohrbough. "When Ann covers up aggressively anti-marriage action, and pro-abortion legislation that actually funds the killing of unborn children, she apparently is motivated by a desire to distort the truth and deceive Christians for some personal gain."
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