Why would she now call further attention to her lies and obfuscations of the truth nearly six years after she abandoned her governorship? Because it pays for her to do so.
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The one common denominator that links the old Sarah Palin with the new isn't her political ideology (she has none), it's her blatant opportunism. Sarah Palin has always been about Sarah Palin.
The Alaska State Trooper at the center of Sarah Palin's so-called "Troopergate Scandal" has broken his more than year-long silence since his embattled divorce with Palin's sister.
Walt Monegan's become one of the most talked-about individuals in the 2008 presidential campaign -- and his profile was never bigger than it was on Friday.
Palin has left a wide swath of human collateral damage in her wake. Now add the inimitable Meg Stapleton to the list.
MSNBC posted 1,200 emails obtained through a records request with the State of Alaska. The level of involvement of Todd Palin is higher than most of us who called him the "Shadow Governor" thought.
Perhaps the title is meant to encapsulate Sarah Palin's fierce, independent spirit. But there are many here in Alaska who heard Going Rogue, and were horrified by the ugly irony of her book title.
Those of us who live in Alaska, and who have been following this story from the beginning, know the real root of that phrase "going rogue," and will understand the ugly irony of Palin's memoir title.
We have entered the surreal world of Republicangate, where distortions of truth and contempt for the law saturate the Republican brand.
When it comes to taking responsibility for her failures, Sarah Palin is completely unaccountable. Her finger is always pointed at the most convenient scapegoat.
When it comes to taking responsibility for her failures, Sarah Palin is George W. Bush with lipstick: nothing is ever her fault.
As far as Gov. Sarah Palin is concerned, "troopergate" is behind her and she won't provide a transcript of testimony she gave in an investigation into...
Georgia, Georgia, no peace I find...
No sooner had she committed to hunkering down in Alaska to "...
New allegations have surfaced in Alaska charging Governor Sarah Palin with additional violations of the Alaska Executive Ethics Act.
Perhaps the most significant questions that remain are whether or not Governor Palin and her husband, Todd, committed perjury in their sworn affidavits to the personnel board.
Alaskans will stick up for Alaskans despite party. When it's ten below and snowing sideways, you don't check bumper stickers to see if you'll help so...
The Anchorage Daily News reports:
The state Personnel Board investigation of Gov. Sarah Palin's firing of Walt Monegan has broadened to include othe...
As frightening as a Palin Vice Presidency (and possible Presidency) would be, this story is really about John McCain.
One would think that the Republican juggernaut of the blogosphere would at least want to spin the Alaska Committee's report. Is Palin such an embarrassment to mainstream conservative America that not even Drudge will rise to her defense?
Why the secrecy? Why try so hard to cover up your e-mail trail? What exactly is Gov. Palin trying to hide?
McCain's folks have come to my small state to attack my friends, and people I respect, for political gain. In my book, that's not OK.
"She's not telling the truth when she told ABC neither she nor her husband pressured me to fire Trooper Wooten," said Walt Monegan, the Alaskan offici...
ANCHORAGE, Alaska — The lawyer for Sarah Palin, the Alaska governor and Republican vice presidential candidate, is moving swiftly to head off the co...
One of Gov. Sarah Palin's top aides was supposed to be interviewed under oath Wednesday as a key witness in the ongoing investigation into her firing ...
Gov. Sarah Palin wants a state board to review the circumstances surrounding the dismissal of Public Safety Commissioner Walt Monegan -- taking the un...
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