Well, here's an interesting little email (PDF) in the newly-released Sarah Palin collection. In late June, 2008 around the time oil prices skyrocketed due to what we now understand to be rampant speculation, Koch Industries reached out to
Other things happened, but you'd never know it to watch the majority of prime-time cable shows this week. So I thought a quick review might be in order. Things that make me want to stomp my feet in frustration White House contemplates payroll
Dear Sarah Palin, You are an ass. A moose's ass. You just opened the lid on Pandora's Box -- a lid you can't slam shut easily, and now I'm gonna call you on it. Now that you've been completely hosed and defeated over the Birther issue that
Like Survivor, the alliances are beginning to form in advance of the first round of primary purges. And like leeches on a willing host, Sarah Palin and Michele Bachmann are aligning around front-runner Donald Trump. It really is pathetic.
The headlines screamed: Barack Obama Discovers Cure for Cancer. While throngs in capitals across the globe spontaneously massed to cheer the president’s astounding stamp on the history of humankind, the GOP stampeded to Twitter to spit their
Who paid for that trip? India, paid speaking engagement, natch. Israel, we're assuming SarahPAC, because "dithering" over running for President means free overseas travel for the whole fam. Open thread below....
As far as I can tell, the reaction to Palin's video statement and President Obama's speech has been pretty disparate, and interesting. One theme shines through: Both were commenting on the same event, but the focus was very, very different. The
Judson Phillips at the Tea Party Nation has decided Sarah Palin should run for head of the Republican National Committee. Here's the text of the letter they sent asking her to run: Dear Governor Palin, John Kennedy once said, “ask not
Sometimes the pictures tell the story. Sarah Palin's latest Twitter favorite comes to us via Ann Coulter's tweets: What is Ann's new church that Sarah thought was so cool she saved it as a favorite (one of only three, by the way)? If
The omnipresent non-President has spoken, and in his latest interview with ABC News, John McCain admits that the Republican Party and the Tea Party are interchangeable parts, and predicts an end to the GOP if they don't jump on the Tea Party
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