Category Archives: Sarah Palin

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Obama, Coal and Journalism

From the Kansas City Star, Yael Abouhalkah reports: Hopping on comments promoted by conservative blogs, Palin said the media are trying to hide Barack Obama‘s comments that his pollution proposal could bankrupt coal plants. The audio of the interview with … Continue reading

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Election Choice

In the WSJ, Daniel Henninger writes on the historic nature of this election’s choice: Push past the historic candidacy, however, and one sees something even larger at stake in this vote. One sees what Joe (The Plumber) Wurzelbacher saw. The … Continue reading

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Palin Policy Speech – Oct 29th (Energy)

Thank you all very much. I appreciate the hospitality of Xunlight Energy, and all the people of Toledo. The folks at Xunlight are doing great work for this community and our country. Every day, when there are no cameras around … Continue reading

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Palin Policy Speech – Oct 24th (Choice)

On October 24th, Governor Sarah Palin gave the following policy speech regarding special-needs children: Thank you all very much. I appreciate the hospitality of the people of Pittsburgh, and I’m grateful to all the groups who have joined us here … Continue reading

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Sarah Palin: Salem Civic Center, Oct 27th

Sarah Palin’s rally in Salem on Monday has been moved to a larger venue, McCain-Palin campaign officials said today. Officials decided to move the event from the Salem Civic Center to the nearby Salem Football Stadium because of an overwhelming … Continue reading

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Dylanesque Palin

Palin said if she and husband Todd had had a sixth child, they had already picked a name for a boy joining siblings Track, Bristol, Willow, Piper and Trig. “I always wanted a son named Zamboni,” she said.

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Testing Obama

ABC News’ Matthew Jaffe Reports: Sen. Joe Biden, D-Del., on Sunday guaranteed that if elected, Sen. Barack Obama., D-Ill., will be tested by an international crisis within his first six months in power and he will need supporters to stand … Continue reading

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Sarah Palin on SNL

Sarah Palin live on Saturday Night Live (Oct 18, videos of both skits), some media reactions at the Anchoress. Older posts here (Aug 30) and here (Oct 3).

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Sarah Palin’s Hopeful Culture

Sarah Palin’s remarks at Johnstown, PA rally: “In this same spirit, as defenders of the culture of life, John McCain and I believe in the goodness and potential of every innocent life. I believe the truest measure of any society … Continue reading

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Obama’s Three Strikes

At American Thinker, Dunn writes about Obama’s Three Strikes: ….A terrorist bomber, what may be the largest vote-fraud operation in history, and a political party calling for a socialist revolution in the United States. Obama has certainly been a busy … Continue reading

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On Sarah Palin

Update: Sarah Palin live on Saturday Night Live (Oct 18). At American Thinker, Kyle Anne Shiver contends that Palin Has Everything That Counts [click on link for full article]: For all the talk about the smallness of the governments Mrs. … Continue reading

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Words Changing Meaning

Elizabeth Scalia writes: ….Likewise, the word “woman“ has undergone an abrupt reconfiguration. Formerly defined as a human of specific gender, organs, and bodily functions, we have been treated to several essays by angry women declaring that Gov. Sarah Palin, with … Continue reading

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Palin Speech on Iran

I am honored to be with you and with leaders from across this great country — leaders from different faiths and political parties united in a single voice of outrage. Tomorrow, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad will come to New York — to … Continue reading

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The Palin Effect

From The Weekly Standard | September 29, 2008 edition | Noemie Emery Now that the dust is beginning to settle from the whirlwind descent of Hurricane Sarah, it may be time to stand back a little and assess in perspective … Continue reading

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Lynn Forester de Rothschild

Today the McCain-Palin campaign announced the endorsement of Lynn Forester de Rothschild, a prominent Hillary Clinton supporter and member of the Democratic National Committee’s Platform Committee. “In an election as important as this, we must choose the candidate who has … Continue reading

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Defining Partisan Events?

From a NY Times blog: ….Several leading American Jewish organizations are sponsoring the rally outside the United Nations on Sept. 22 to protest Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. Mrs. Clinton, who sought the Democratic presidential nomination this year and is now … Continue reading

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Gibson’s Interview with Palin

The first part of the Gibson interview first part of the Gibson interview with Sarah Palin is very interesting, both rhetorically and for the content itself. To what extent do these interviews put pressure on the Democratic ticket to do … Continue reading

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Elitism

In the WSJ, Lynn Forester de Rothschild writes: ….While Obama supporters attempt to dismiss the charges about their candidate’s perceived hauteur, they confuse privilege and elitism. Elitism is a state of mind, a view of the world that cannot be … Continue reading

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Todd Palin

Todd Palin picture from 2007: From Capitol City Weekly: Entries from across Alaska came to KTOO / Alaska One this year for the 13th annual Reading Rainbow Young Writers & Illustrators Contest. Sponsored by the award-winning PBS television series Reading … Continue reading

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