If she successfully runs the investigatory gauntlet…

    The army of lawyers, PIs and muckrakers are underway in Palin’s familiar haunts according to Fund at the WSJ online.wsj.com/article/SB122098190668515511.html?mod=opinionjournalpolitical_diary, and Gibson is set for a “no holds barred” two days of interviews with the governor. At the same time news agencies are busy racing around town with their mics and cameras trying to get something of substance. If Palin successfully runs this gauntlet and | Read More »

    Devil’s Advocates

    Peggy Noonan, who did not mention her off-the-air slip a few days ago, made an interesting point in her recent op-ed piece. She pointed to the sense of “foreboding” in the political air. “This new war on new turf is not good, and carries the potential of great harm. Everyone really ought to stop, breathe deep, and think. I am worried they won’t. A friend | Read More »

    If Sarah Palin was a Democrat …

    This was supposed to be posted prior to the speech yesterday, but my computer decided to crash and die on me just as I was about clicking ‘save’ …{snarl} Well … the past few days have been quite a revelation, haven’t they? John McCain (who seems to have wisened up considerably) introduced the nation to his pick for the Vice-Presidency and the media quickly set | Read More »

    Roger Simon of Politico In A Snit: “Why The Media Should Apologize” To Governor Palin?

    I read the Following article at Politico and just had to reply: [url=http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0908/13143.html]Why the media should apologize[/url] I thought this was a joke at the beginning of the column. I thought it was a parody of the Leftist arguments in defense of their despicable treatment of Governor Palin. It turns out it’s a juvenile and amateurish attempt at a serious response to Republican complaints of | Read More »

    The utter hypocrisy of the AP (Advocacy Press) and their Yahoo facilitators

    My fellow RS posters, you have to go to YAHOO and see this to believe it! At the very top of the main page is a photo of Governor Palin from last night’s speech, and to your right is this caption for a ‘news’ story. RNC speeches fact-checked Sarah Palin and her fellow RNC speakers weren’t completely truthful at times. » Claims versus facts Now | Read More »

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    Edwards Coverage versus Palin Coverage

    As I was watching Governor Palin’s family parade onto the stage after her speech at the convention, it came to mind that the coverage of Palin and her daughter seem to be completely different than that of the coverage of Edwards.

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