Sarah Palin has her girl Christine O'Donnell's back. After a bizarre turn of events, in which O'Donnell was invited, then disinvited, then re-invited, to speak before Palin, a source close to Palin told The Wall Street Journal that the former governor wouldn't speak either. The source said Palin was concerned about…
Two ladies who are not doing much of anything lately in terms of actual political power would like the world to remember that they exist too, and that they were doing this far-right gaffe-happy brunette thing before a certain Minnesota congresswoman. Yes, Christine O'Donnell is the warm-up act for Sarah Palin's…
Once upon a time, Sarah Palin was a genuinely effective, bipartisan legislator. No, really.
"He is bending down to dictators, and he is brown-nosing the elites that are in Europe, and he's babying the jihadists," Bachmann recently said. "He's accomplishing something nobody thought even possible: He's making Jimmy Carter look like a Rambo tough-guy."
Here's the secret of how ultra-conservative talking heads reconcile their activism with their stay-at-home values: They don't, really.
Did you miss her? She'll be back in August 2011 with a book that will go "behind the scenes of her race for the Senate and embody O'Donnell's identification with America's frustrations and concerns with the current political climate."
Right-wing women, said Tina Fey last night, are great for all women, "unless you don't want to pay for your own rape kit...[or] you're a lesbian who wants to get married to your partner of 20 years."
Republicans took the House in a historic sweep, but failed to take the Senate — or elect rich-lady candidates (Meg Whitman, Carly Fiorina, Linda McMahon) and sundry crazy people (Sharron Angle, Christine O'Donnell, Carl Paladino). Here's a complete rundown.