Did “Privacy Advocate” Palin Violate McGinniss’s Privacy Rights?

By: Saturday November 6, 2010 1:00 pm

Now, both characters in this drama will have new books to sell soon. But the stunning lack of irony, or self-assessment, on Sarah Palin’s part continues to amaze. Do she and her show make this privacy point knowing full well that McGinniss will have a claim against them, thus bumping up the buzz? Or does she simply not get the point? Or do they not care, since McGinniss is in her world a lower form of life, known as ‘other people?’

Sarah Palin’s Tea Party Protege Joe Miller Crashing and Burning in Alaska

By: Sunday October 31, 2010 11:30 am

Looks like The Quitter’s recent, last-ditch efforts to save her grifter cabana boy have all been for naught.

Because If Anyone Knows Shallow and Irresponsible Comments, It’s Sarah Palin

By: Monday June 21, 2010 10:30 am

On Sunday, Rahm Emanuel said this about Joe Barton’s (R-TX) apology to BP’s CEO. “That’s not a political gaffe, those are prepared remarks,” said Emanuel. “That is a philosophy.” But the Quitter wasn’t having any of it.

Palin Viewed Unfavorably by Nearly 40% of Iowa Republicans

By: Friday June 11, 2010 10:30 am

A new Iowa poll shows Willard leading the pack for 2012, with the Quitter close behind.

Sarah Palin: My Confident, Nationally-Televised Prediction of a Republican Victory in PA-12 Made No Sense

By: Monday May 24, 2010 10:30 am

Just common sense, people! I mean, what kind of brain-dead idiot would actually predict on national television that the Republican candidate would beat a Democrat in a conservative district that John McCain and Sarah Palin won in 2008!? You’d really have to be some brainless half-wit lamestream media talking head to say something like that.

New Light on the Dangers of Millennialism to our Military

By: Saturday April 24, 2010 8:00 am

A young Army Major’s Masters thesis is making the rounds. Some believe his essay presages the persecution of Christans by the anti-Christ Obama. Others see in his thinking a message that goes beyond the dangers of Christian millennialism and touches upon the perils our country encounters by endorsing or cursing any fundamentalism, without engaging the issues through clear thinking.

Palin Drives Libertarians out of Tea Party

By: Monday February 8, 2010 8:00 am

Palin thought she could endorse Rand Paul and they’d all throw flowers at her feet. Instead they’re having a melt down over her speech trying to figure out how to keep the neocons out of future conventions.

Surprise! Charges of Favoritism in Arrest of Levi’s Mom

By: Sunday January 4, 2009 11:30 am

The delay in arresting Sherry Johnston–mother of Levi Johnston the 18 years-old who sired Gov. Palin’s first grandson Tripp–seems to smack of favoritism charges a drug investigator with the Alaska State Troopers.

The 3R’s: Republicans, Rhetoric, Rocks…

By: Sunday October 12, 2008 4:00 pm

American Political Violence…It would hardly be a problematic issue if there were no American citizens out there who feel that it’s acceptable to settle a grievance at the barrel of a gun, or with fisticuffs or perhaps the more subtle rock thrown through a window belonging to an opponent. The McCain campaign seems to somehow be suffering from a distorted “50 first dates” syndrome…

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