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le skank goes to Kansas:

Coulter received several standing ovations during her speech, but she also found herself interrupted several times by a small, scattered group of hecklers.

“I think there are some people in the audience who meant to be at the sexual reorientation class down the hall,” Coulter said, in response to the heckling.

I’m sure it was an honest mistake.

We also see that Ann draws her usual quota of freaks and geeks:

John Altevogt, a conservative GOP activist from Wyandotte County, also welcomed Coulter.

“Ann Coulter is logical, rational and an independent thinker,” he said. “In essence, everything the left hates in their womenfolk.”

That would be flat-earther John Altevogt

…who is quite the charmer:

After a decade of frustration, John Altevogt and several fellow conservative Republicans saw a way to get back at a group they’d battled regularly. They took the group’s name.

Their target was the Mainstream Coalition, a Prairie Village nonprofit with the stated goal of keeping church and state separate. It has been in an ideological brawl with conservatives over issues such as abortion and gay rights.

The name now belongs to a corporation Altevogt helped form earlier this year, and he says the nonprofit group increases its legal risk every time it uses the name publicly, as it still does. He says his corporation is likely to sue.

While the nonprofit and its allies see grabbing its name as political prank — and some conservatives find it amusing as well — Altevogt said his goal was a serious one. He calls the Mainstream Coalition a hate group akin to the Ku Klux Klan.

“I’m going to do everything I can to put this group out of business and have it recognized for what it is,” he said during a recent interview.

Caroline McKnight, the group’s executive director, said its activities were continuing as planned. As for the dispute, she said, “There’s seemingly no limit to some of the idiocy.”

…and he has professional standards:

My Philosophy
I try to treat each client as a personal friend. I am an advocate for my clients and act accordingly. I am a professional and attempt to maintain the highest professional and ethical standards.

Which are fungible depending on the circumstances…

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