Number 47…

47And climbing;)

  • Coolness!

  • Dana Garcia

    Great, but where is Steve Sailer?

    • Brett_McS

      With Derb in the naughty corner.

  • Xavier

    She got #1 Quote of the Day over at Ace’s last week. Impressive.

    • andycanuck

      And a couple of Instapundit links too.

    • Drunk_by_Noon

      What was the quote?
      I don’t read him.


        “I love how The Nation is now scolding people for believing the received wisdom about “poor, meek, untrained, ordinary church lady” Rosa Parks that their fellow “progressives” have shoved down our throats for 60 years.”

        • Drunk_by_Noon

          Thank you!

        • Justin St.Denis

          Ouch! That must have pinched them in the ass hard!

  • WhiteRabbit3

    Ann Coulter in third place? Yecccchh. Coulter is more interested in being controversial and making the headlines than in shedding light.

    • Dana Garcia

      Ann Coulter should be #1. Her recent book, Adios America, is her best yet and should be required reading for every member of Congress because of its clarity on nation-killing immigration.

  • Drunk_by_Noon

    Outstanding and congrats!
    You earned it Kathy!

    Now quickly jot off an article for TakiMag on how ‘the Jooos’ promised you a higher slot on this year’s list, and sit back and watch the fun happen! 🙂

  • Frances

    Congratulations, Kathy. You should be higher!!

    • Frances

      Or do I mean lower on the list? Nearer #1, anyway.

  • Justin St.Denis

    Attitude? But of course! KS is – at least to me – first and foremost a poet.

    KS received an award some years ago for an under-known and under-read volume of genuinely great poetry. That is an accomplishment in spades in my book because the vast majority of contemporary verse really, really sucks. KS’s work stood out as the exception to that rule, and a copy of her award-winner proudly stands beside Stephen Spender in my small poetry collection. 😉