There may be some whoppers, but as I scan the lists of nominees in each category it occurs to me that there are few (if any) nominees this year that do not deserve to be included.
Clearly other options she is looking to explore/Maybe she'll join Bristol on her abstinence tour/Or take a class in geography/Then tell us what other places she can see.
Palin's bolt-from-the-blue resignation was a Politiku dream come true. Politiku, by the way, is a contemporary English interpretation of Japanese Haiku poetry. Read: very concise political commentary.
Sarah's resignation confirms what her values actually are by defining what is most important to her. Governor Palin is going to keep as much of her newfound money as she can.
The Women's Media Center was packed with women active in old and new media, advocacy, and culture.
When will us girls get our own immature, perverted, inappropriate, screwy and hilarious buddy comedy?
A lot can happen in three years but one thing is clear, Sarah Palin will get a lot of attention.
Sarah, how creepy is it that NOW is jumping on your bandwagon? Trying to be friends with the alpha popular princess by sweeping abortion, pay parity, stem cell research under the rug!
Sarah Palin is outraged about nothing, but is so intent not to be forgotten that she stoops to the lowest levels. It's time for the Media to act responsibly and help her fade away.
Ms. Palin, you're simply a side-show freak in the corner of the Republican tent that everyone points and titters at as you continue to bark and sell tickets to your own dwindling, embarrassing performances.
Here are my suggestions for the top programs and performers in the drama and comedy series categories.
If Jack Donaghy were a real person, what would he give you for father's day? A life-size cut-out of Tom DeLay. I think he may have misunderstood why I keep a life-size cut-out of Sarah Palin.
What about the black political variety on U.S. television? To whom have Richard Pryor and Dick Gregory passed the baton of African American comedic observation?
Back for a second season on Showtime's Sunday lineup, Tracey Ullman mixes over-the-top comedic entertainment with astute observation.
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