Being heard is not a problem -- being taken seriously, that's becoming a lost cause. We should be grateful that she pronounces most of her complaints on Twitter, since 140 characters seems to be the limit of her depth.
Hillary Clinton, who put 18 million cracks in the highest, hardest glass ceiling, was "a prism through which the country's attitudes about sex, power, and the place of women in society were going to be projected."
Perhaps disappointed and bemused with the incessant bickering, backbiting and slandering, God finally agreed to set the record straight about the proposed Ground Zero Mosque in an interview with Katie Couric.
Palin is the most polarizing Republican since Lincoln. If the GOP were crazy enough to nominate Palin, the 2012 election would make the FDR-Hoover and Johnson-Goldwater landslides look positively benign.
Okay Governor Christie, if you want to continue your drama queen act about a "death threat" which no one took seriously, at least take a principled stand against your own party members when they do worse.
A study found that voters evaluate women politicians more on beauty and approachability, while they look for competence and dominance in male politicians. If we're aware of this tendency, let's stop the senseless speculations.
If the McCain campaign was hoping to make the issue of experience a determining factor... it just took that issue completely off the table. Welcome Gov. Palin to the national stage and the collective sounds of shocked gulps from your own party.