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.
If your family is as patriotic as mine, your Thanksgiving dinner ends like ours does: the women clear the dishes while the men loosen their pants, and the children make me recite passages from Republican political memoirs.
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Lots of people on the right and left agree about the problems with the bailouts and the White House has no answers for them. How do you think that will play at the polls?
Last Wednesday, a media firestorm erupted after a seventeen-year-old girl named Jackie was interviewed by MSNBC's Norah O'Donnell while standing in line during Sarah Palin's Michigan book signing.
I watched the lines of people waiting for Sarah Palin at a Grand Rapids book signing, and had to wonder, as I have many times in the past: what's the attraction?
We have yet to hear any pitch from Palin's supporters that elevates her above any other Republican in the current field of candidates. She's famous. And. Hmm. She's famous. That's it.
After rogue interviews with Oprah Winfrey and Barbara Walters, Sarah took to the airwaves with a man who not only liked her book, but called it one of the most substantive policy books he's ever read!
Whenever Going Rogue was discussed, Going Rouge would be brought into the frame too. We had to become the skunk at Palin's garden party.
If Palin is indeed a cancer on the GOP, why can't the Republican establishment retire her to a quiet life of moose hunting in the political wilderness? Why won't she listen to, or abide by, conventional political wisdom?
Excerpts from Sarah Palin's Going Rogue have been released by several news agencies that have received advanced copies. Here are the first ten lies from the memoir.
Is Going Rogue a good book? Who knows? Who cares? Generally speaking, books by politicians of any ideological persuasion have the shelf life of a grape.
The only question that is left is whether the promised popularity of her book says more about her or about those who buy her book.
In a time where too few journalists try to tackle subjects that are controversial, Lynn Vincent is a bit of a maverick. Lynn is witty, funny, and like it or not, evangelical. And she's co-authoring Sarah Palin's new book.