It should have come as no surprise to anyone who has watched Sarah Palin's erratic and dysfunctional behavior over the past four-and-a-half years that when it comes to Republican Party loyalty, she has none.
The GOP has a fundamental flaw -- an identity crisis -- and the only way they can cover it up is to have an actor be their presidential candidate. Consider the Republican candidates of the last thirty years.
Anyone who has watched Sarah Palin closely in recent months can only marvel at the "magical thinking" she embraces with respect to the potential outcome of the Republican Party primary for president. It's clear that Palin still has her sights set on the White House for 2012.
Either Palin repudiates any notion that she may still be a candidate in any form or she gets suspended at least until after there is a nominee. Otherwise, Fox News will effectively become something even worse than what the left already thinks it is.
The only logical explanation for Palin's bizarre "endorsement" of Newt Gingrich is that she knows that he can't win and that she is using him to create this false narrative of an evil "establishment" keeping the noble Tea Party down.
Romney, Santorum and Paul should be asked whether they would consider Governor Palin for such a post. A "yes" even to a question as benign as"consider?" is enough not only to doubt their judgment, but more than enough to be frightened for our future.
After having faithfully and meritoriously served in the armed forces of these United States for 20 years, suddenly I am not a real American, just because I am not a Republican -- or a member of the Tea Party?
The GOP is yet again manipulating the American Jewish vote for the upcoming election.
Regardless of what one may think of Palin as a bona fide political candidate for the Republican nomination for president, in the end she's exposed herself for what she actually was, is and always has been: a political poseur.
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin announced Wednesday in a statement that she's not running for president. By not running, Palin said she would be "unsh...
Go to Barnes & Noble. Read pages 137-142. Put the book back on the shelf. After reading The Rogue, Joe McGinniss' new book on the life and meteoric rise of Sarah Palin, that's my advice.
"What will Sarah do?" has been a question on the minds of many in the run-up to the Republican primary season next year.
If Sarah Palin could, as a third-party candidate in the 2012 election, draw anywhere close to Ross Perot's result in the 1992 presidential election, in which he obtained 18.9 percent of the popular vote, her reputation would remain solid.
Following the resignations of the Gingrich campaign manager and fifteen of the campaign's most senior aides, sources report that the campaign's candidate may now be heading for the door.
Hillary Clinton and Sarah Palin share next to nothing in political ideology or background. Here's what they do have in common: both woman candidates were victims of a media smear campaign which played a major factor in their temporary political demise.
How can politicians and their consultants expect voters to "re-remember" reality? Perhaps because they know that's how the brain works.