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By Mangosuthu Buthelezi
Memories of a long brotherhood tempered in common struggle
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Topic - Haley Barton
Conservative commentator Ann Coulter shrugged off a few hecklers and took aim at liberals and President Barack Obama during her University of Wyoming speech intended to counterbalance an appearance at the school last year by a former 1960s radical.
"Personally I think bringing Ann Coulter to our campus as a reaction to Bill Ayers is kind of inappropriate," UW student Haley Barton of Lander said, holding a sign reading "We don't want your hate."