Is there anything left to say about Sarah Palin? Going Rouge, the just-released liberal answer to Palin's memoir, has something to say, which is that strikingly little has changed about her a year later. That's both good and bad news.
Yes, Palin has shaken off the McCain entourage and that pesky government gig. Levi Johnston has broken with the family values narrative and is visiting with Sodom and Gomorrah. But the major memes are unchanged: her breezy embrace of ignorance is still only slightly tempered by a new round of handlers; she still unblinkingly co-opts feminist language; she still mesmerizes and infuriates.