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Former Fox News Analyst Says Network Forbid Conservatives From Criticizing Trump, Sarah Palin

A longtime former Fox News analyst explained his departure from the cable news network, saying executives blacklisted him for being a conservative who refused to fawn over President Donald Trump.


Katie Couric says 2008 Palin interview would have opposite impact today

Katie Couric says her 2008 interview with then-Republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin would likely be a “badge of honor” for the former Alaska governor if it took place today.


Sarah Palin spotted at Spurs game behind bench; Pop asked about appearance

SAN ANTONIO - The Spurs had a surprise guest at their home game against Denver Monday night at the AT&T Center. Former 2008 vice presidential candidate and former governor of Alaska Sarah Palin attended the game and sat right behind the team bench.


Sarah Palin Seen Cheering on Spurs at AT&T Center Last Night

Former 2008 vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin was among the fans cheering on the Spurs during Monday night's home game. Palin attended the game with her grandson Tripp, who is reportedly a big Spurs fan. Tripp is the son of Palin's daughter Bristol, whose teenage pregnancy brought controversy


Sarah Palin on Pop: 'I love watching him'

SAN ANTONIO – Sarah Palin may have been the 2008 Republican vice-presidential candidate, but that doesn't mean she isn't a fan of left-leaning Spurs coach Gregg Popovich. Palin sat behind the Spurs bench with her grandson Tripp during Monday's game with the Denver Nuggets at the AT&T center, where s


Former VP candidate Palin at Spurs-Nuggets game with 10-year-old grandson

SAN ANTONIO — Former Republican vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin expressed admiration for Spurs coach Gregg Popovich's commitment to fundamental basketball during halftime of the Spurs-Denver Nuggets on Monday night at the AT&T Center.


Allen Johnson: From Palin to Trump: We saw the evolution right here

The immovable object in the White House — who probably could shoot someone “in the middle of Fifth Avenue” and get away it — didn’t arrive there overnight. We should have seen this coming, when, more than a decade ago, Donald Trump Version 1.0, namely Sarah Palin, charmed us with her aw-shucks perso


Eric Swalwell, who threatened gun owners with nukes, tries to revive the Sarah Palin crosshairs debacle

It wasn’t that long ago — August 2017, actually, — that The New York Times had to append a correction to an anti-gun editorial because it repeated the media-established myth that a map put out by Sarah Palin “targeting” certain districts with “crosshairs” incited Jared Lee Loughner to shoot Gabby Gi


Saturday Night Live: Idris Elba hosts and the R Kelly jokes land … just about

The cold open spoofs Gail King’s CBS interview with “R&B star Robert Kelly, also known as R Kelly, also known as individual who number ones”. Kelly (Keenan Thompson) asks to be called “victim” and hopes to clear his name against charges he keeps a harem of young girls and started a cult. Asked by Ki


OPINION: Drill, baby, drill beats the Green New Deal

Because we are relentlessly assured that there is no such thing as media bias, it is surely unnecessary to compare the treatment of Sarah Palin and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez by the national press corps.


Some political thoughts from the road

Ever wonder why conservatives are called “right” and liberals are called “left?” Traveling west on Highway 30, I came across a billboard that read, “Read the Bible for guidance.” So, I took up the challenge. According to Ecclesiastes 10:2, “A wise man’s heart is at his right hand, but a fool’s heart


Sarah Sanders Dumps Bucket Of ICE COLD Water On Smollett Case, Says What It Was Really About

The White House is not holding back in its condemnation of a case involving actor Jussie Smollett, perhaps best known for his role in “Empire.” Smollett initially claimed he was attacked by two Trump supporters who allegedly beat him, used homophobic and racial slurs, hung a rope around his neck and


Track Palin Reportedly Released Early From Halfway House

Track Palin, the eldest son of former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, was reportedly released from the halfway house he has been living in since his domestic violence conviction early on Thursday.


Sarah Palin's Attempt To Mock 'Literal Loser' Stacey Abrams Backfires On Twitter

Former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin attempted to mock Stacey Abrams as a “literal loser” on Tuesday. But Palin ― the former Alaska governor who was on the literal losing ticket in 2008 when she ran on the Republican ticket alongside John McCain against Barack Obama― tweeted:


Political Pretzels

It didn’t take long for the President’s critics to pounce. Upon announcing that he was willing to meet North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un without specific deliverables, the vitriol came pouring out— “inexperience and reckless judgment,” “coddling enemies and alienating allies,” “fanciful … that we co


Marc Thiessen: Imagine if Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez were a conservative

If Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., were a conservative, all anyone would be talking about is how uninformed she is. She would be facing trick questions from reporters designed to expose her lack of knowledge, and brutal sketches on "Saturday Night Live" mocking her intelligence and fitness fo


Convicted Bristol Palin stalker now working in the Capitol

A man convicted of stalking Bristol Palin is now working in the Capitol in Juneau. Peter Paul Ferrero, who goes by Peter Paul on Facebook, was convicted of stalking the daughter of former Governor Sarah Palin in 2014. According to Court View, he pled guilty to the charge. This ADN article, Florida m


Sarah Palin Fast Facts

Here's a look at the life of 2008 Republican vice presidential nominee and former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin. Marriage: Todd Palin (August 29, 1988-present) Children: Trig, April 18, 2008; Piper, March 19, 2001; Willow, July 5, 1994; Bristol, October 18, 1990; Track, April 20, 1989.


The Windfall Of A Losing Presidential Candidacy

In presidential races, only one person wins, but the fringe benefits are spread around. Even some failed candidates step into a world of hefty speaking fees, book deals, cable news gigs and consulting fees amounting to a small mint.


Governor Dunleavy paying woman nearly 2.5 times less than man for same job

A recent records request from the Alaska Landmine to the Department of Administration has exposed a massive pay gap between two employees of the Dunleavy administration who have the same job. Lynn Gattis and Jim Sackett are both regional directors. Sackett is Director of the Governor’s Fairbanks Off