Ann Coulter's new column is up. Like last week's, it's about the Central Park Jogger case. For now, I'll limit my disgust to Coulter's language: In the two columns, Coulter calls the black men convicted (perhaps erroneously) of the park attack "savages" four times, "animals" three times, and "feral beasts" and "primitives" once each. And Andrew Sullivan can't see a difference between Coulter and Maureen Dowd?
It's obvious that Coulter, like a very young, very bratty child, is testing limits. She wants to find out how long we'll let her get away with the Bob Grant imitation.
So far the answer seems to be: as long as she wants.