The COGs tend to lean to right in regards to politics. I do not condemn for this but it is important to note that they are right wing because this explain so much about the political positions they decide to take.
Let's take a look.
Mark Jenkins cites Ann Coulter in a 2007 article which vilifies liberals as suppressing Conservative speakers.
Even the scheduling of a conservative speaker necessitates debate. Ann Coulter is currently scheduled to appear at Cleary College in Michigan in October, and the bloggers have already launched into action—thus far, unsuccessfully. But consider the mentality behind it: “I, for one, will not rest until I hear that Ann Coulter is not going to appear in October,” Julielyn Gibbons, one leader of the opposition, said. Coulter is often deliberately controversial, making it somewhat less shocking when she is publicly confronted. But the censorship of conservative speakers is general in nature. (Mark Jenkins, Tyranny in Universities, May 4, 2007.)Ron Fraser quoted Ann Coulter in a 2009 article scare mongering that the United States would soon collapse written soon after the crisis of September 2008.
Oberservers [sic] may well have taken Russian Igor Panarin’s predictions of America’s impending collapse with a grain of salt. After all, he’s been at it for decades. The Russian academic’s prediction that the United States would collapse in 2010 must have seemed so laughable to those whom conservative commentator Ann Coulter has termed the “former frat boys who populate Wall Street” as they guzzled their champagne, swaggered around town in their German saloons funded by annual bonuses of indecent proportions, participating in the shameless mass robbery of millions of clients to the tune of multiple billions. (Ron Fraser, America’s Collapse, January 5, 2009.)Joel Hilliker cited Ann Coulter to condemn her acceptance of GOProud within CPAC.
Predictably, though, the move rankled those who actually favor preserving traditional norms. GOProud’s presence at CPAC drove some folks to boycott the event, including the Family Research Council and the Heritage Foundation. GOProud’s executive director, Jimmy LaSalvia, said the boycotters “have chosen to marginalize themselves out of the conservative movement.” The fact that such right-wing luminaries as Sarah Palin, Andrew Breitbart and Ann Coulter supported GOProud’s presence would suggest he’s correct. Clearly, Republican organizers felt they had more to gain by courting homosexuals than they had to lose by alienating social conservatives. (Joel Hilliker, Amazing What Passes for ‘Conservative’ These Days, February 16, 2011.)Ron Fraser quotes Ann Coulter numerous times in an article complaining that there is now less of a stigma associated with single motherhood.
Take the United States. Here’s an excerpt from Ann Coulter’s column last week (Human Events; emphasis added throughout):In the article cited above Ron Fraser also bizarrely accuses the 1955 movie Blackboard Jungle of somehow causing sexual promiscuity among teenagers.
The dregs of society need to be assessed a fee for their abuse of government services and thrown in debtors prison in the unlikely event that they can’t pay.
As I described in my last book, Guilty, the leading cause of all social pathologies is single motherhood. One way or another, Casey Anthony’s refusal to give up Caylee for adoption was going to cost society—and cost Caylee.
The statistics are so jaw-dropping that not giving up an illegitimate child for adoption ought to be considered child abuse.If those words are too strong for you, then I suggest that you have allowed your moral conscience to be seared by our perverted education and media industries. Coulter simply airs the truth on the results of marital breakdown in an Anglo-Saxon society caught in the throes of its inevitable decline and fall. ...Again, quoting Coulter on facts readily available from legitimate, unvarnished sources: “Single mothers are six times more likely to be in poverty than married families. More than 80 percent of homeless families are single mothers. [C]onsider the burden single mothers place on law enforcement because of their higher likelihood to neglect or kill their children. Eighty-five percent of mothers who kill their children through neglect are single mothers.”One of the devil’s main tools in enacting such a horrific negative impact on our society is, as Coulter rightly infers, “the active social policy of liberals. They enjoy experimenting with other people’s lives and leaving the taxpayer with the bill. The mainstream media and Hollywood studios are constantly issuing propaganda about the joys and triumphs of single mothers.”...
As Ann Coulter cuttingly puts it: “[O]ne can’t help noticing how many more illegitimate children there are—and the accompanying child abuse, neglect, suicide, runaways and murders—now that the stigma is gone.” (Ron Fraser, The Shame of Single Motherhood, July 11, 2011.)
In 2000 LCG's William Bowmer mentioned Ann Coulter in an article that exploits the recent origins of Kwanzaa to denigrate Christmas as forbidden for LCG's members. It is strange that Bowmer would quote a statement that equates Kwanzaa with something made by the virulently anti-Semitic individual and former Ku Klux Klan member, David Duke.
Yet Kwanzaa did not exist before 1966, when it was invented by African-American activist Dr. Maulana Karenga. Commentators seized on the President's statements, mocking him for supporting this recently manufactured holiday; columnist Ann Coulter wrote that "it is as if David Duke invented a holiday called 'Anglica' and the President of the United States issued a proclamation honoring the synthetic holiday" ("Kwanzaa: Holiday from the FBI," Town Hall, January 1, 2001). Coulter and others mock Kwanzaa's "synthetic" origins. (William Bowmer, Kwanzaa, Christmas and God's Word, Tomorrow's World, November-December 2000.)
One UCG minister, Peter Eddington, mentions in a sermon that a UCG minister's writings are cited alongside Ann Coulter.
There's been quite a variety of interest in quoting our literature. Much more than in previous years; in fact, it's picked up in just the last couple of months. That's an encouraging trend, when others see our material as authoritative.
Now, here are some from online at Daycares Don't Care. It says, "Cecil E. Maranville, in an article for World News & Prophecy published by United Church of God, wrote the following to help readers increase their awareness and understanding of the debate over the use of daycare from a Biblical perspective." It's a very popular site, so Cecil Maranville is being quoted and, alongside quotes by Dr. Laura Schlesinger and Ann Coulter, are numerous references and quotes from Cecil Maranville, World News & Prophecy author. (Peter Eddington, Preach the Gospel to Every Creature, no date.)