Has Ann Coulter just admitted she committed a felony? It's well known she's said she thinks the New York Times' Bill Keller should face the death penalty for Treason, but has she just copped to sending the Times an envelope containing a suspicious white powder? It seems so according to Memo Pad. They contacted her when news of the envelope broke and she not only replied, she said, "So glad to hear that The New York Times got my letter and that your friend at the Times thinks I'm funny," she wrote back. "Good luck in journalism and please send me your home address so we can stay in touch, too.
An Illinois man was convicted of pulling a similar prank and was sentenced to seven years in the pokey.
I am sure our Department of Justice will diligently investigate the incident and maybe we'll see old Ann get the frog march.