Didn't it just seem apt that the once-future star of Fox News and the Tea Party movement lost her national media platform just days after the president she tried to demonize for four years basked in the glow of his easy reelection victory?
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.
I constantly have to ask the Palins to turn the music down. Every night they play the same song over and over at ear-splitting levels. How many times can you listen to "Barracuda?"
For the umpteenth time, we find ourselves back in this very familiar spot that forces us to debate the merits of covering what's happening in Sarah Palin's life when anyone can plainly see that the answer is absolutely nothing.
Countless articles, books and television shows have pondered the strange case of Sarah Palin, but finally someone's captured her in the right medium....
We have a dangerous dearth of credibility in the United States these days, and when no one has the confidence of a majority of Americans, there is fertile ground for con artists and demagogues. Sarah Palin understands this.
The narrative of Palin's book is the same narrative that has dominated American religious history and has proven so detrimental to those who do not fit into the white Protestant fold.
A Palin presidential bid that GOP leaders once chuckled at is no longer a laughing matter. She is the most polarizing Republican since Lincoln.
America By Heart creates a implicit foil: America By Mind. Elitists believe they can think their way to understanding America, and by extension to solving its problems. But real Americans know that they need to feel their way there.
Get out your double strength Dramamine, or your shiatsu pressure point wrist bands or whatever you use. Because we're going on a cruise. Sarah Palin's new book has a title, and a release date, publisher HarperCollins announced Tuesday.
"Shoot with accuracy; aim high and remember it takes blood, sweat and tears to win" is a frightening statement, Sarah. It is not funny; it is threatening.
As far as American values are going, there is nothing more American in terms of values than quitting.
My point wasn't about who quotes whom properly, it was about all the shameful mistakes, lies and mis-attributions that appear in Going Rogue. The book is an insult to everything John Wooden stood and stands for.
I was a little leery reading Palin's book and wondering if she really had read Aristotle and Plato. Somehow I didn't think so. But I thought, maybe, just maybe, she might have read Sir John. Apparently not.
We're in hard times, it's reasonable to expect that people will look for saviors and fantastical escapes -- be they in the form of vegetarian vampires or meat eating pseudo-author/pseudo-politicians.