After being denied a second date with destiny, a tango with tracking data, an electric slide with the electorate, Sarah Palin, the Axl Rose of the GOP, will not speak the the Republican convention in Tampa later this month. Though some clearly insane observers had suggested — back when the Republican field was an…
For most students, college is a time to experiment with identity and find out who you really are (the answer is usually "a drunk"). So what happens when you happen to share a name with one of the most famous and controversial figures in American politics? You get a lot of emails, that's what.
You weren't alone in thinking Sarah Palin's use of the term "blood libel" was anti-Semitic — or perhaps just a sign that she doesn't know what the hell she's talking about. It turns out Fox News Presidnet Roger Ailes wasn't happy about it either, and this time "going rogue" may have put her at odds with a powerful…
In a recent Fox News interview, Sarah Palin responded to the news that in an episode of Glee that airs next week, Kathy Griffin plays a sectionals judge described as a "recent Tea Party candidate and home schooler — a Sarah Palin type." Palin says Kathy's, "A 50-year-old adult bully, a has-been comedienne."
Yesterday a listing appeared on Amazon.com for Untitled Bristol Palin Memoir, a 304-page tome due June 21. It's now disappeared, leaving us to wonder if we'll ever learn more fascinating details about the private life of Levi Johnston.
Harper Collins has released the cover for Palin's new book, America by Heart. It will be available to deface come November. For now, we have to satisfy ourselves with judging just the image - with some help from the experts.
Washington City Paper's Sexist blog has a smart analysis of Palin's brand of "feminism," which "contains none of the messy political agendas of former feminist waves-it is all personality, all self-reliance, and no politics. It's about speaking your mind, even when you don't know what you're talking about." And…
So we've narrowed the Going Rogue contest down to three finalists, and we'd like you to vote on the winner. Read the choices after the jump:
• Sad, sad news: Going Rogue beat Hillary Clinton's memoir in sales with 700,000 to Clinton's 600,000. However, the awesome Secretary of State received a much bigger advance of $8 mil, while Palin was only offered five. •