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Ann Coulter – To Be At NYC’s Radio City

While we are on the subject of the great Ann Coulter, we thought it would be a public service to note that she will be appearing at New York City’s legendary Radio City Music Hall (along with Bill Maher) on March 9th:


Speaker Series: The Minds That Move The World

Mar 9 at Radio City Music Hall

MSG Entertainment is proud to announce the second annual “Speaker Series: The Minds That Move The World,” a timely and important series of events that will provide attendees with a unique framework for understanding America’s current political landscape and place in world politics, through the insights of some of the most prominent political figures of our time.

In light of the new political environment that faces our nation, the “Speaker Series: The Minds That Move The World” will undoubtedly generate heated discussion as the best political minds of our day examine the most talked about topics surrounding current events.

2009 NEW YORK RADIO CITY MUSIC HALL SPEAKER SERIES

MARCH 9 Bill Maher and Ann Coulter

Ticket Prices: $49.50 – $179.50 (*VIP)

VIP seats include a formal pre-show reception in the Roxy Suite with the evening’s speakers. Cocktails and hors d’oeuvres will be served.

Coulter (and Maher) will also appear in the same format in Boston on March 10th and in Chicago on March 11th.

Visit www.speakerseries2009.com for more information.

This article was posted by Steve on Monday, January 12th, 2009. Comments are currently closed.

5 Responses to “Ann Coulter – To Be At NYC’s Radio City”

  1. GetBackJack says:

    I sure hope she wears a tactical vest and RCMH has superb and intimidating security. Because you know, and I know the Walking Dead are crazy with insane hatred to publicly go after her.

  2. wardmama4 says:

    I can’t even imagine why Ann Coulter would agree to be in the same vicinity as Maher (who *cough* *cough* could never, ever in his wildest dreams be:

    some of the most prominent political figures of our time. )

    Other than his repeated and immature attacks of religion (Catholicism mostly) and Bush – he has little to offer. I use to enjoy watching his show because he was (usually) better than the idiots on it. Now he makes them look sane and setient.

    I just can’t figure this one out – I wish that I could attend – just to listen to the drivel (which I figure is the only reason Mahr and other libs would agree to this) that is spewed in the name of discussion and debate.

  3. Coulter and Maher at the same venue. That should be a riot.

  4. Voice of Reason says:

    It would almost be worth the 180 bucks to get into the VIP lounge and get close enough to actually throttle that pompous ass Maher.

    I wonder how many straight right hands his face could eat before security hauled me away?

    Just considering it has me smiling bigger than I have since November 4 of last year.

  5. Alice L. says:

    Bill Maher is a dope. Ann rocks – if we are attacked again by Islamofascists I want Ann in front of me with her uzi! And I will kick box the invaders!


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