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Wednesday, 21 July 2004

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Right-wing columnist Ann Coulter

NEW YORK- Ann Coulter's controversial new book hits the shelves this Friday, but she's having a difficult time promoting it.

Her book, The Satan-Worshiping Liberal Media: How did liberals get control of the media, and what can we do to destroy them?, has been understandably difficult to promote. News Anchors don't want to discuss the obvious liberal bias they show in reporting the news.

Coulter was on The O'Reilly Factor last night talking about her problems in promoting her book.

"Liberals just have too much control over the media," she said to O'Reilly. "It's just gotten embarrassing, and most of all, it's very dangerous to an effective democracy. There are just no Conservatives in the media."

She added, "I'm just fortunate that there are still a few Conservatives left. Besides you, Bill, there aren't very many true conservatives left. That has been the main problem in making sure my book reaches people; liberals just will not have me on their shows."

Later in the week, Coulter will be cautioning the world about the unchecked power of the liberal media on Special Report with Brit Hume, Hannity and Colmes, Your World With Cavuto, Scarborough Country, Meet the Press, On the Record with Greta van Susteren, Studio B with Shepard Smith, Lou Dobbs Tonight, Anderson Cooper 360, and Paula Zahn Now.

Coulter will also be promoting her book on the radio shows of Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Michael Savage, G. Gordon Liddy, Oliver North, Alan Keyes, Michael Reagan, and Mike Gallagher.

Coulter's nationally syndicated op/ed column may also increase sales of her book and, Coulter added, "It may help show America how pervasive this liberal bias in the media really is."

"I really hope this book produces the desired effect," Coulter said. "If not, we'll all be in a lot of trouble, for the Evil Liberal Media will just be too strong."

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