In the weeks before Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin announced her resignation, she spoke privately with a range of prominent Republican officials -- including...
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In response to a question as to whether Dick Cheney's view of the Vice Presidency was right, not only did Sarah Palin say it was, but hinted that she'd like even more power, as VP.
When Sarah Palin was announced as John McCain's running mate, President Bush said that she "had the executive appearance and that's what it takes to b...
Sarah Palin is now the power of the Republican ticket. And even if John McCain does not see what has happened to him, you can bet his wife is figuring it out.
Community organizing -- or any sort of genuine grassroots effort -- is a real threat to Bush, McCain, and Palin. On that level, people start looking at actions instead of words.
American voters -- wary of the Cheney experience -- will think long and hard about the next person they trust to uphold the role of the vice president.
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