It’s no blue dress, but Matt Drudge has himself a little scoop today. The title—and the strikingly familiar—cover of Ann Coulter’s latest book. Sites like Pandagon and Gawker were intrigued by Random House’s title-less touting of Ms. Coulter’s next book (“Controversial. Confidential. Coulter,” was all the publisher would say), but leave it to Mr. Drudge to get the scoop:
Set for release first week of January, the book exposes and mocks, in graphic detail, the media’s love affair with all things Democrat and Obama. Coulter presents exhibits A through Z.
The cover of the book, which features the sylphlike Ms. Coulter in a sleeveless black dress standing against a white background above the word “Guilty” (in all caps) is nearly identical to her last book, Godless. Had Ms. Coulter worn a different dress, it would be a dead-ringer for her 2004 book Treason.
In April 2005, Time‘s John Cloud profiled Ms. Coulter, writing, “She’s an omnivorous reader (everything from her friend Matt Drudge’s website to the works of French philosopher Jacques Ellul)…”