- The Washington Times - Monday, July 24, 2006

Had two more “Beckendorf” e-mails over the weekend, this time from a claimed address at Yahoo’s e-mail service. I wrote asking for a response to my original post and — surprise! — nothing’s come back. The way Yahoo e-mail works — I have a Yahoo! account m’self — it is indeed possible for “someone” to set up a “Celeste Beckendorf” e-mail account without being that person. It’s not easy, but I’ll bet it can be done.

By the way, the “Beckendorf” e-mail attacks author Ann Coulter for not quoting the Bible in her new book, “Godless.” Well, here’s another surprise: “Beckendorf” is wrong: among other places, Ms. Coulter quotes the New Testament book of Romans on page one.

Seems as if “Beckendorf,” in the words of that noted political philosopher, Trace Adkins, is “all hat and no cattle.”

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