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Malia Litman
Malia Litman is best known as the author of Rebuttal to the Rogue, which resulted from her passion for women’s issues and her commitment to educating women regarding candidates for political office.

Malia grew up in a very modest home in Tulsa, Oklahoma with her four siblings. Sharing the responsibility of her college tuition, Malia worked various jobs as a nurse’s aid, gift wrapper and making cold calls for an insurance salesperson.

Nursing was her first love and she graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing from the University of Oklahoma. Realizing that nursing would not allow her the independence that she sought, Malia went on to law school at OU. While in law school, Malia worked as a Registered Nurse in the Intensive Care Unit and the Burn ICU. In her third year of law school she taught Business Law to undergraduates in the business school at OU.

Due to dyslexia, Malia had difficulty gaining admittance to law school. After clearing the waiting list, Malia began her studies at OU Law School. She graduated in the top 10% of her class, was awarded an American Jurisprudence Award, and was a member of the OU Law Review and the Moot Court Team. Malia was selected by the faculty as the “Outstanding Law Student” from her graduating class.

Upon entering the practice of law, Malia specialized in litigation becoming a Board Certified Trial Attorney. She achieved the position of Senior Partner with the prestigious Dallas law firm of Thompson & Knight. Malia was a frequent speaker at Continuing Legal Education Programs around the State of Texas where fellow attorneys were her audience. She enjoyed the reputation of being a very successful trial attorney.

Twelve years after beginning her career as an extremely successful trial attorney, Malia made the difficult decision to “opt out” of her career to devote herself to raising her three children and ensuring the success of her marriage. Fourteen years later, with two kids in college, and a third in high school, none of whom have been incarcerated or attended high school graduation with a baby in tow, she is still married to her first husband of 25 years.

Malia was happy with her family but not with the state of the country. For the first time in her life, Malia became involved in politics working locally in Dallas, and for a short time in Ohio, to ensure the election of Barack Obama.
Even though Malia never aspired to become an author, she felt passionately that women around the country should take note of the accomplishments of women in the election of 2008. As a former trial attorney Malia was accustomed to making people accountable for the truth of what they said, and in the event Malia saw things differently than a witness, it was her job to present the opposing side, and let the jury/audience be the judge. Rebuttal to the Rogue is Malia’s attempt to ensure that all the facts are presented regarding Sarah Palin and to give people around the country the opportunity to be the judge.

Blog Entries by Malia Litman

Sarah Palin Speaks at Fundraiser but Receives Money for Her Own "Special Needs"

Posted May 12, 2010 | 15:01:30 (EST)

On May 11, 2010 Sarah Palin appeared at another fundraising event. This time the speech was to benefit Rainbow Omega, a non-profit organization devoted to adults with developmental disabilities. This facility is located about 45 minutes east of Birmingham Alabama. According to Stentson Carpenter, the Board Chairman and...

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Sarah Palin Lacks Common Cents!

Posted May 10, 2010 | 15:39:32 (EST)

It doesn't take an expert to realize that the national debt is the single most challenging problem facing our country at this time in history. During the election of 2008 McCain "suspended" his campaign to focus on the economy. Gas was $4.00 per gallon; the rate of unemployment was frightening;...

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Sarah Palin's Unalienable (sic) Rights Come From God

Posted May 7, 2010 | 17:29:06 (EST)

Few of us think that we have an inside connection to God. Yet even those who lack a personal connection to the Almighty know about the Ten Commandments. Any child who has attended a religious school knows that one of the Ten Commandments prohibits the misuse of the Lord's name....

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The Common Bond Between Draft Dodger, Ted Nugent, and Sarah Palin

Posted May 5, 2010 | 16:35:00 (EST)

The May 10th 2010 edition of Time Magazine arrived in the mail with the cover story "The 100 Most Influential People in the World". I have to admit that given the publicity surrounding Sarah Palin, and the fact that people have been willing to pay her $100,000 for...

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The Gulf Coast Spill and Sarah Palin Are Both Toxic

Posted May 2, 2010 | 21:25:35 (EST)

On April 3, 2010, before I began writing for Huffington Post, I published an article on my personal blog entitled Palin Prefers Homilies to Homework - "Drill Baby Drill." This post was written two and one half weeks before the tragic explosion in the Gulf Coast...

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What's Wrong with Sarah Palin?

Posted April 29, 2010 | 15:21:40 (EST)

For over one year I have been researching, reading, and writing about the multitude of things that have led me to believe that Sarah Palin is unfit to serve in any capacity, at any level of government. The list of her failings is long and impressive. When someone asks me...

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Does Anyone Know the Real Sarah Palin?

Posted April 26, 2010 | 19:08:29 (EST)

Going Rogue, Sarah Palin's memoir, has been on our book shelves for five months, and "Yet even now, few Americans know who this remarkable woman really is." Palin's book was published by Harper Collins, and was made available in November of 2009. Game Change, also published by Harper...

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An Example of Palin's Form of Patriotism?

Posted April 21, 2010 | 16:32:11 (EST)

What could possibly send a person so over the edge that he feels compelled to spew vitriolic, racist and homophobic insults at an elected official? The answer is the rhetoric of Sarah Palin. As Palin crisscrosses the country inciting her followers with phrases such as "take back our...

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Career Counseling for Sarah Palin in 2013

Posted April 21, 2010 | 12:45:39 (EST)

Sarah Palin will be looking for another job by January of 2013. Normally I would expect that she has already made enough money to provide for herself for an entire lifetime. However since Sarah may be responsible for the lifetime support of Trig, Bristol and Bristol's child, money could get...

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Can You Smell What Palin Is Shoveling Now?

Posted April 16, 2010 | 18:37:55 (EST)

For over one year we have been inundated with news concerning Sarah Palin. We have been given many examples of the hypocrisy of Palin's rhetoric, from telling us that she said "thanks, but no thanks" to the Bridge to Nowhere, when she originally supported it, to her statement that she...

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If Sarah Palin Represents "Newer Feminism", I Want a Sex Change!

Posted April 14, 2010 | 13:33:38 (EST)

Newsmax magazine, the beacon of modern thought, and progressive intellect, in its wisdom has labeled Sarah Palin as a Leader of the "Newer Feminism". As a woman, a wife of 25 years and mother to three children, I never wanted a sex change operation until now. Newsmax identified Palin as...

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What Does Sarah Palin Have in Common with Bowling, Booze and the GOP?

Posted April 12, 2010 | 17:35:44 (EST)

Most celebrities think of themselves as having one or two charitable or political issues which they feel so passionately about that they devote most of their free time to raising money for those causes. In the past, I thought of Sarah Palin as focusing on the GOP and abortion. However...

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Sarah Palin Stars in Bad Disney Movies

Posted April 8, 2010 | 20:55:21 (EST)

Within seven days of John McCain's introduction of Sarah Palin at the Republican National Convention, Matt Damon expressed his concern that Sarah Palin was like a really "bad Disney movie".

Matt was really scared because she would have the nuclear codes. More than one year has passed...

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