As Americans gathered to celebrate their independence this past Fourth of July weekend, for some the festivities were tinged with sadness by the mounting evidence that many simply don't know their own nation's history. While a new study showed
Stephen Colbert defended Sarah Palin and her Paul Revere gaffe by showing us how Revere could have ridden a horse while ringing a bell and firing multiple warning shots from a front-loading musket. And because Wikipedia locked down their Paul
I wonder if the Washington Examiner's Mark Tapscott was one of the Sarah Palin fan-boys trying to edit the Paul Revere Wikipedia page to cover for her after her gaffe this week. MSNBC, Chris Jansing and whoever her show's producers are should be ashamed of themselves for this segment.
Matt Lewis Defends Palin's Hostility Towards The Press By Claiming They Questioned Whether Trig Was Her Child
I've heard a lot of lamebrained excuses for Sarah Palin constantly playing the victim card and claiming that the "lamestream" media just wants to ask her "gotcha" questions, but this one takes the cake. The Daily Caller's Matt Lewis, who apparently also has a book coming out about Palin titled The Quotable Rogue: The Ideals of Sarah Palin in Her Own Words, claimed on CNN's Reliable Sources that Palin has every right to treat the media hostilely because they questioned whether Trig was actually her child.
Failed former Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin insists that she didn't flub the history of Paul Revere. The former Alaska governor was widely mocked last week when she offered a skewed version of the Revere story. "He who
Fox News continues its promotion of the tea party, this time by touting former Northern Exposure actress Janine Turner's new web site, Constituting Am