If you're one of the eight or so people watching Bristol Palin: Life's a Tripp, then you know that this family really makes you reevaluate the popular notion that the Kardashians are talentless, because they are least, watchable. The only thing remotely interesting about Palin's new show is the teen mom's…
Her popularity plummeting, repeated political head fakes losing their traction, and thickly framed glasses returning to fashion with a vengeance, it may seem to the casual observer that Sarah Palin's star is fading, that it's only a matter of time before her flirtation with power becomes a horrible, distant memory.…
Says the comedienne, who, unlike you, refrained from swearing on New Year's Eve, "I've already gone for Sarah, Todd and Bristol obviously, but I think it's Willow's year to go down." But what about Track, Kathy? What about Track?
Despite the fact that Sarah Palin did not hold public office at any point in 2010, she resolutely refused to go away. Let's take a look back at her book-pluggin', fish-clubbin', common-sense-defyin' year.
The Palin daughters have faux-apologized for using gay slurs on Facebook. "Willow and I shouldn't have reacted to negative comments about our family. We apologize," Bristol wrote on her page, presumably as her mother held a gun to her head.
TMZ, having reported on Willow Palin's egregious use of homophobic slurs and terrible grammar on Facebook, is asking readers to grade "Sarah's child rearing skills." (A majority have given her an F). What happened, exactly?
• Fifteen-year-old Willow is the latest Palin kid to wind up in trouble. The National Enquirer claims that "Willow has been running with the wrong crowd…regularly involved in underage drinking and smoking dope." •