While Coulter insists that she often speaks at institutions she doesn’t necessarily endorse, some conservatives, such as WorldNetDaily, host of the upcoming “Taking America Back National Conference,” have already dropped her from their itineraries. But, other conservatives think “Conservatism and gay rights are actually natural allies,” as columnist S.E. Cupp told Politics Daily.
“Conservatism rightly seeks to keep the government out of our private lives, and when you strip away the politics of pop culture, it’s this assertion of privacy and freedom that the gay rights movement is essentially making,” Cupp said. Conservatives for freedom? That’s fantastic! Now, if only we could get Rush Limbaugh to show up at Fetishcon 10…
In other fantastic news, it’s Mad Men to X-Men for January Jones—the sultry star of HBO’s retro series has signed on to play buxom telepath Emma Frost for the new superhero installment.
We’re used to seeing Jones as Betty Draper, garbed in demure ’60s dresses—but now it seems we’ll get a chance to gander at Jones in a latex-tight white superhero costume. Slated for a June 2011 release X-Men: First Class, will give us plenty of time to enjoy Betty on TV before her telepathic counterpart graces the silver screen.
In other Betty news—Betty White, beloved Golden Girls star and recent Saturday Night Live pop hit, has been signed to write two books that promise to bring plenty of saucy talk to the table. Scheduled to be released next spring, the first book entitled Listen Up! will include the venerable Ms. White’s thoughts on getting older, being a celebrity, love—and sex. Ah, Betty; thank you so much for being a friend.