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Why would she now call further attention to her lies and obfuscations of the truth nearly six years after she abandoned her governorship? Because it pays for her to do so.
(h/t RealClearPolitics) Palin weighed in on some Republicans she feels are capable of being the Commander-In-Chief, including
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin (R) was one of the first political figures to defend Phil Robertson, star of A&E's "Duck Dynasty," when he came under fire for making anti-gay comments in an interview with GQ.
Along with Palin, Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal (R) and Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) rushed to defend Robertson, who also claimed
In an interview last week with Fox News, Palin pointed a finger at the network for suspending Robertson and described an
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin (R) weighed in on the resignation of Martin Bashir, the MSNBC host who suggested someone should
Palin brought McCain into the argument, saying she didn't think he "would be hurt or harmed" at her sharing his stance on
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin (R) said she won't be happy if former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton becomes a serious
"What it got us was a list of these scandals," Palin said about the "self-censoring" done by the McCain campaign. "This is
"I think there will be a lot of us who start saying, 'GOP, if you abandon us, well, we have nowhere else to go except to
(h/t Mediaite) On Fox Saturday, Palin also dismissed Edward Snowden, the man who leaked information about the National Security
Sarah Palin continues to have a negative image nationally, according to a new HuffPost/YouGov poll.
The Huffington Post has teamed up with YouGov to conduct daily opinion polls. You can learn more about this project and take
Sarah Palin returned to Fox News on Monday with an appearance on the network's morning show, "Fox & Friends." The network
Fox News announced on Thursday that Sarah Palin will rejoin the network as a paid contributor. The Drudge Report was first
"I think clearly he wants to play a role and he wants to get back into public life, and you know why shouldn't he?" Wallace
5. Create products for hockey moms. Who knows hockey moms and what they need better than Sarah Palin? Palin should cash in
As Palin leaves her national audience on Fox News, though, we have to at least give her credit for her staying power. Even lefties, if they're honest, will admit that they're kind of going to miss Sarah. Granted, it's in a Nixonian "to kick around" sort of sense, but still.
Leave it to Fox News, the network that cranked the amp on John McCain's once-naïve ingenue to 11 and made her a political force well past her expiration date, to be the one to drop the hammer on Sarah Palin's career once and for all.
Sarah Palin's time at Fox News is over, and so is her $1 million-per-year salary. Now, a university study has chronicled just exactly how much the former vice presidential candidate was making when she did each interview on the network.