True to form, Coulter politicized her eulogy for M. Stanton Evans. Coulter turned the loss of a colleague she has known for two decades, someone she has suggested was a mentor, and used it to further her own personal and political agenda.
Her lead paragraph quoted Evans on immigration, Coulter’s current cause célèbre.
Remember, CPAC was integral to Evans’ life, yet Coulter churlishly and vindictively attacked his institutional love.
Coulter remains insistent that Romney can win the presidency, again comparing him to Reagan:
“Reagan ran for president a third time, won the presidency and saved the country.” (Coulter noted that Evans was wrong to reject Reagan!)
Lest we fail to grasp her advocacy for Romney, she added:
“(One thing you must always remember, right-wingers: Never run the same guy for president three times. Look how that turned out!)”
“Stan gave me a few teaser documents for my book Treason: Liberal Treachery from the Cold War to the War on Terrorism, which liberals denounced on the grounds that I wore short skirts and also that it was insufficiently ‘scholarly.’”
Lengthy sections on Reagan, Romney, and Coulter’s pet issues, but scant mention of Evans’ life, work, and legacy.
 Ann Coulter, “The Great, Amazing, Incomparable Stan Evans is Dead, 3/4/15.