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Going Rogue, Chapter 3

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On November 21, 2009

I realize this is a pedantic complaint, but would it be possible for Sarah Palin to launch her chapters with epigraphs that aren’t of dubious origin? The first chapter, for example, opens with a

Track? Mat? Court?

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On November 20, 2009

The esteemed Dr. Noon is not the only blogger to be studying Going Rogue in depth. See also Going Commando, who supplies indispensable detail on the naming conventions within the Palin family… S

Going Rogue, Chapter 2

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On November 19, 2009
The funniest sentence thus far in Going Rogue occurs about a third of the way through the second chapter when our heroine — speaking through the Palinese translator Lynn Vincent — declares that “life is too short to hold a grudge.” This is a warm piece of advice that Sarah Palin predictably spends much of […]

Going Rogue, Chapter 1

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On November 18, 2009
I should note at the outset that Going Rogue is substantially worse than even I could have predicted. The opening chapter is clearly supposed to bear several loads, including (1) establishing Palin’s geographic and cultural bona fides; and (2) conveying her abiding love for Jeebus, family and Ronald Reagan. In each case, the results are […]

QOTD

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On November 15, 2009

Spackerman responds to Sarah Palin’s claims that the United States is too fragile to withstand the rule of law: What’s an actual insult to the victims of 9/11 is the idea that America is not s

Sarah Palin Hack Watch

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On November 13, 2009
Shorter Verbatim Matthew Continetti: “An October Gallup poll put Ms. Palin’s favorable number at 40%, her lowest rating to date. In a November Gallup survey, 63% of all voters said they wouldn’t seriously consider supporting her for the presidency. Yet Ms. Palin isn’t as unpopular as John Edwards.” Yes, if there’s a more promising basis […]
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