Ann Coulter signs copies of her new book in Lake County amid protesters
Outspoken conservative author Ann Coulter stopped in The Villages Saturday to sign copies of her latest book, drawing both fans and protesters who objected to comments she made about Israel during a recent Republican presidential debate.
Coulter's eleventh book, "Adios, America: The Left's Plan to Turn Our Country into a Third World Hellhole," focuses on immigration since 1970, particularly from Latin American countries.
In the book, Coulter attributes societal problems - from children in poverty to Medicare fraud, terrorism and high school dropout rates - to what she calls... read more
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